Adult learning and part-time course guide 2018/2019 - Northbrook

Adult learning and part-time course guide 2018/2019 - Northbrook

Adult learning and part-time course guide 2018/2019 - Northbrook

18 Adult learning and part-time course guide 2018/2019

Adult learning and part-time course guide 2018/2019 - Northbrook

Contents Why choose the MET . . 2 Where are our campuses . . 3 College facilities . . 4 Higher Education . . 8 Services for employers . . 10 Apprenticeships . . 12 Courses for international students . . 14 Opening doors . . 16 Central Brighton . . 17 East Brighton . . 71 Broadwater, Worthing . . 81 West Durrington, Goring-by-Sea . . 105 Shoreham Airport . . 125 Access to Higher Education Business and Professional Central Brighton 47 Broadwater 95 Catering and Hospitality/cookery Business and Professional Central Brighton 30 West Durrington 107 Leisure and hobby West Durrington 124 CIPD Business and Professional Central Brighton 21 Broadwater 83 Counselling Business and Professional Central Brighton 22 Broadwater 84 Creative writing Leisure and hobby Central Brighton 58 Broadwater 100 Decoration and maintenance Business and professional/ Leisure and hobby East Brighton 77 Education and training Business and professional Central Brighton 23 Broadwater 84 West Durrington 106 European languages Business and professional Central Brighton 68 Broadwater 104 West Durrington 123 Electrical installation Business and professional East Brighton 75 Filmmaking Business and professional Central Brighton 59 History Leisure and hobby Central Brighton 64 Engineering Business and professional Broadwater 88 Leisure and hobby Broadwater 103 English and mathematics Business and professional Central Brighton 43 Broadwater 93 ESOL Business and professional Central Brighton 44 Broadwater 94 IT and computing Business and professional Central Brighton 25 Broadwater 87 Graphic and web design Business and professional Central Brighton 26 Hairdressing and barbering Business and professional Central Brighton 40 Broadwater 92 Mobile air conditioning Business and professional Shoreham Airport 126 Photography and digital arts Leisure and hobby Central Brighton 60 West Durrington 122 Music Business and professional West Durrington 108 Leisure and hobby Central Brighton 59 Plumbing Business and professional East Brighton 76 Sport Business and professional East Brighton 79 Motor vehicle maintenance Leisure and hobby Central Brighton 78 Dressmaking and embroidery Leisure and hobby Broadwater 102 Art, design and crafts Business and Professional Central Brighton 28 West Durrington 110 Leisure and hobby Central Brighton 52 Broadwater 101 West Durrington 112 Beauty and holistics Business and Professional Central Brighton 31 Broadwater 90 Leisure and hobby Central Brighton 62 Broadwater 98 Accountancy Business and Professional Central Brighton 18 Broadwater 82 Business and management Business and Professional Central Brighton 20 Broadwater 86 Carpentry and joinery Business and Professional East Brighton 73 Broadwater 89 Leisure and hobby Broadwater 103 Aircraft maintenance Business and Professional Shoreham Airport 126 Art History Leisure and hobby Broadwater 99 British Sign Language Leisure and hobby Central Brighton 70 Courses . . 17 Important information . . 129 Paying for a course . . 130 Enrolling on a course . . 132 Applying for a course . . 133 Course conditions . . 135 College services . . 136 Prince’s Trust . . 138 Browse by course Browse by campus Contents Why choose the MET . . 2 Where are our campuses . . 3 College facilities . . 4 Higher Education . . 9 Services for employers . . 10 Apprenticeships . . 12 Courses for international students . . 14 Opening doors . . 16 Access to Higher Education Business and Professional Central Brighton 47 Broadwater 95 Catering and hospitality/cookery Business and Professional Central Brighton 30 West Durrington 107 Leisure and hobby West Durrington 124 CIPD Business and Professional Central Brighton 21 Broadwater 83 Counselling Business and Professional Central Brighton 22 Broadwater 84 Creative writing Leisure and hobby Central Brighton 58 Broadwater 100 Art, design and crafts Business and Professional Central Brighton 28 West Durrington 110 Leisure and hobby Central Brighton 52 Broadwater 101 West Durrington 112 Beauty and holistics Business and Professional Central Brighton 31 Broadwater 90 Leisure and hobby Central Brighton 62 Broadwater 98 Accountancy Business and Professional Central Brighton 18 Broadwater 82 Business and management Business and Professional Central Brighton 20 Broadwater 86 Carpentry and joinery Business and Professional East Brighton 73 Broadwater 89 Leisure and hobby Broadwater 103 Aircraft maintenance Business and Professional Shoreham Airport 126 Art history Leisure and hobby Broadwater 99 British Sign Language Leisure and hobby Central Brighton 70 Courses . . 17 Important information . . 129 Paying for a course . . 130 Enrolling on a course . . 132 Applying for a course . . 133 Course conditions . . 135 College services . . 136 Prince’s Trust . . 138 Browse by course

Adult learning and part-time course guide 2018/2019 - Northbrook

2 3 Why choose the MET? Over 150 years of innovation and expertise Greater Brighton Metropolitan College (MET) was created from the merger of City College Brighton and Northbrook College. It draws on 150 years of heritage, history and experience. We operate across five campuses in Brighton, Shoreham and Worthing, and teach around 7,500 adult learners. Our experienced teaching staff are passionate about their areas of expertise and are committed to helping you to attain your learning goals and meet your personal aims.

A wide variety of courses run throughout the year Whether you want to achieve a professional certification or try out a new hobby, we have a course for you. We run a wide range of courses, scheduled to accommodate busy lives. With this in mind, we offer part-time and evening options, with courses starting at various points throughout the year. Facilities for students Access to quality teaching resources, rooms and studios Online access to course documents, resources and study support Library and computing facilities at all campuses Access to our student services, including career advice and additional learning support Cafés and coffee bars offering a wide range of reasonably-priced meals, snacks and drinks Hair and beauty salons (Central Brighton and Broadwater) offering exceptional value (open to the public) Access to full-equipped gyms (East Brighton and Broadwater) Onsite travel agency (Central Brighton) Free minibus between Central and East Brighton campuses Where are our campuses? Broadwater Campus Central Campus East Campus Shoreham Airport Campus West Durrington Campus BRIGHTON STATION SHOREHAM-BY- SEA STATION WORTHING STATION GORING-BY-SEA STATION Central Brighton Campus: Pelham Street, Brighton BN1 4FA A five-minute walk from Brighton station and two minutes from London Road bus stops. East Brighton Campus: Wilson Avenue, Brighton BN2 5PB A free minibus runs between Central and East Brighton Campuses regularly. The Campus is also served by two local bus routes, and free onsite parking is also available.

Broadwater Campus: Broadwater Road, Worthing BN14 8HJ A 15-minute walk from Worthing station and served by local bus routes. Limited student parking is also available. West Durrington Campus: Littlehampton Road, Worthing BN12 6NU A five-minute walk from Goring-by-Sea station and served by local bus routes. Free student parking is also available onsite. Shoreham Airport Campus: Shoreham-by-Sea BN43 5FF Served by a local bus route. Free onsite parking is also available. COURSES More details on our course-specific facilities on page 4.

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Adult learning and part-time course guide 2018/2019 - Northbrook

4 5 Whatever your chosen subject, we have the facilities to ensure you get the most out of your learning experience. College facilities East Brighton Campus Construction and Trades Centre Our new £9million centre opened in September 2017, with specialist facilities for carpentry, electrical, multi-trades, painting and decorating, and plumbing. Motor vehicle workshop Our state-of-the art 446 sqm motor vehicle workshop benefits from the latest diagnostic MOT-standard equipment, and access to a full engineering workshop.

Music studios We have music recording and performance studios, as well as a Mac suite with professional music software. There is also a synthesiser lab with booths, and film and games sound booths. Sports Our fully-equipped gym includes all the latest cardiovascular exercise and weights machines. We also have a boxing ring and training facilities. Onsite there are also two full-size all-weather pitches, grass sports fields and an indoor sports hall (within Stanley Deason Leisure Centre). METRO Hair and Beauty Salon Our professional salon offers a wide range of hair and beauty treatments to the public. Hair and beauty students work in the salon, gaining valuable work experience.

Computer suites We have a number of Mac and PC suites, each with industry-standard software and hardware, such as the Adobe suite and A1 Giclee Inkjet printing facilities. Central Brighton Campus Art and photography studios Our studios provide the ideal atmosphere to be creative. We have well-equipped and spacious art studios, and an onsite art supplies shop. We also have top-of-the-range digital facilities and traditional darkrooms, as well as a video studio. Kitchens and restaurant We have four industry-standard training kitchens, as well as a working restaurant that is run by catering and hospitality students and is open to the public. NEW METRO HAIR & BEAUTY SALON 4 5

Adult learning and part-time course guide 2018/2019 - Northbrook

6 7 College facilities West Durrington Campus Art and photography studios Our photography studios have specialist lighting, an infinity wall and darkrooms. Theatre and performance arts We have make-up and rehearsal studios, along with a fully operational theatre, with fly tower and professional lighting/sound equipment. Music studios Alongside state-of-the-art recording studios, we also have a suite of music live rooms and control rooms. Textile workshops Our facilities include traditional and digital printing machinery and equipment, a dye lab, knitting and sewing resources, electronic pattern cutting, laser cutting and 3D printer.

Craft studios We have specialist workshops for wood, metal, ceramics, plaster, resin and plastics. Kitchens and restaurant Our on-campus restaurant and bistro are run by our hospitality and catering students, and are open to the public - providing a real work training environment. Broadwater Campus Engineering and trades workshops We have state-of-the-art machinery for general, mechanical and electronic engineering, including 3D printers, robotos, lathes, vertical and horizontal milling machines, drilling machines and welding equipment. We also have computer labs with the latest computer hardware and software. METRO Hair and Beauty Salon Our professional salon offers a wide range of hair and beauty treatments to the public. Hair and beauty students work in the salon, gaining valuable work experience.

Computing suites We have the latest hardware and technologies, including Intel I7 PCs with 16GB RAM and 2TB hard drives. Shoreham Airport Campus Our Shoreham Airport Campus is specialised for teaching aeronautical, automobile and motorsport engineering. Aeronautical The hanger houses several aircraft, as well as engines and components. Motor vehicle workshop We have a range of vehicles, engines and state-of-the-art diagnostic equipment. METRO HAIR & BEAUTY SALON 6 7

Adult learning and part-time course guide 2018/2019 - Northbrook

8 9 Higher Education The MET’s high-quality, professionally-focused undergraduate courses equip students with the skills needed to succeed in a variety of industries. Our foundation degree and Higher National Diploma (HND) courses blend academic and work-related learning, and cover the key knowledge and skills employers are looking for. Studied over two years, these courses use a variety of methods including placements, industry-related teaching and assessment, and career planning. All Foundation Degree courses are validated by the University of Brighton, and students have access to some of their services, such as membership to the Students’ Union.

At the end of a foundation degree or HND, students can choose either to graduate and find employment, or progress to a one year top-up course which leads to a full Bachelor’s Degree with Honours. Some of our higher education courses are offered part-time and suited to mature students. See our part-time Fine Art degree on page 110, Music degrees on page 108 and Engineering HNC on page 88. We also offer one-year Access to Higher Education diplomas in a range of subjects. These courses are designed for students who wish to progress to university but do not have the required formal qualifications. Please see page 47 for Central Brighton courses and page 95 for courses at Broadwater Campus, Worthing.

Business Fashion and textiles Fine art Games design Graphics and illustration Hospitality (Events) Media and photography Motorsport Music Teaching Theatre arts performance Theatre design and production Subjects available More details: please visit our website for specific course details, including entry requirements and which campus the course is taught at. gbmc.ac.uk/university Thank you for creating an environment where we can ‘grow’ with the support and inspiration of the tutors. Frances Robinson, BA Fine Art 8

Adult learning and part-time course guide 2018/2019 - Northbrook

10 11 Centre for Leadership The College’s Centre for Leadership was established to meet local organisations’ training requirements relevant to their individual business needs. We will work with you to design and deliver training that ensures your employees develop and adapt, in turn contributing to the success of your organisation. Training programmes include: • Assertiveness • Building and leading teams • Conflict resolution • Customer service excellence • Interview and selection • Planning and conducting appraisals • Presentation skills • Stress management • Transformational leadership • Leadership and Management Academy programme Services for employers Bespoke training Our Training Advisers can work with you to deliver the bespoke training and development needs of your business within the time and budgetary constraints you might have.

Distance learning Your employees can gain valuable knowledge and accredited qualifications in their area of work or to support their ongoing CPD. • Delivered through online or paper-based workbooks • Study in their own time • A dedicated personal tutor provides feedback on assessments and support from induction to completion • No exams or end tests Rooms for hire Whether you need a space for company training, a meeting or a presentation - large or small - we can accommodate your needs. Find out more Visit our website: gbmc.ac.uk/employers Get in touch 01903 273 732 business.solutions@gbmc.ac.uk Our dedicated team offer an extensive range of high-quality business skills, industry-focused qualifications and bespoke training opportunities to help individuals and businesses enhance their efficiency and effectiveness - and gain that much sought after competitive edge in today’s challenging market.

Adult learning and part-time course guide 2018/2019 - Northbrook

12 13 Apprenticeships Become an apprentice Please contact 01903 273126 (Worthing) or 01273 667788 ext 2529 (Brighton) or email: apprenticeship.team@gbmc.ac.uk. Recruit an apprentice If you are an employer and are looking to recruit an apprentice, please contact 01903 273732 or email business.solutions@gbmc.ac.uk. We will book you an appointment with one of our Specialist Skills Advisers to discuss your company’s requirements. Apprenticeships we offer* Please see our website for more information regarding current and developing apprenticeship programmes. Levels: 2 3 4 5 Accounting Assistant Accountant Professional Accounting Taxation Technician Business/Administration/Customer Service Business Administration Business Administrator Business and Professional Administration Customer Service Customer Service Practitioner Construction Building Services Design Technician Building Services Engineering Crafts Person Building Services Engineering Service and Maintenance Engineer Carpentry & Joinery Maintenance Operations Painting & Decorating Plumbing Trowel Occupations (Brickwork) Wood Occupations (Carpentry) Early Years Children and Young People's Workforce Early Years Educator Digital/IT Data Analyst Digital Marketer Digital Marketing Infrastructure Technician IT Application Specialist IT, Software, Web and Telecoms Professionals Software Developer Software Development Technician Engineering/Manufacturing/Electrical Electrical and Electronic Engineering Electrical Installation Engineering Technician Maintenance and Operations Engineering Technician Performance Engineering Operations Mechanical Hairdressing/Barbering Barbering Hairdressing Health and Social Care Adult Care Worker Care Leadership and Management Healthcare Support Worker Lead Adult Care Worker Senior Healthcare Support Worker Hospitality and Catering Commis Chef Food Production and Cookery Hospitality Team Member Hospitality Supervisor Professional Cookery Senior Chef Production Cooking Human Resources HR Support HR Consultant/Partner Leisure, Travel and Tourism Activity Leadership Leisure Operations Leisure Management Exercise and Fitness Management/Leadership Leadership and Management Management Operations/Departmental Manager Team Leader/Supervisor Team Leading Sales and Telesales Project management Associate Project Manager Project Management Supporting Teaching and Learning School Business Professional Specialist Support for Teaching and Learning Support Teaching and Learning Supporting Teaching and Learning in Physical Education Sustainable Resource Management Tour Operators - Field Staff Travel and Tourism (Tour Operators - Field Staff) Travel and Tourism (Tour Operators - Head Office) Vehicle Maintenance and Repair Heavy Vehicle Light Vehicle Mechanical Maintenance Motor Vehicle Service and Maintenance Technician (Light Vehicle) Warehouse Operative Warehouse Operative Senior Warehouse Person / Team Leader Identity elements Logo Versions There are five versions of the Apprenticeships logo for use in different design situations. Standard colour on Aubergine backgrounds 2 Standard colour on white backgrounds 1 *as at April 2018 Apprenticeships are a fantastic way to gain a nationally recognised qualification and valuable skills whilst working. We are a major provider of apprenticeships in the South East, helping employers to find the right apprentice for their business or upskill existing employees, and supporting individuals to succeed.

Adult learning and part-time course guide 2018/2019 - Northbrook

14 15 Courses in this guide marked with are open to applications from international (non EU/EEA) students. These courses meet UKVI visa requirements. Courses which do not meet UKVI visa requirements may be suitable for international students, depending on individual circumstances. Please contact the international office for further information. Fee: please contact the international office for information on fees and entry requirements for international students. Contact: international@gbmc.ac.uk +44 (0)1273 667752 | gbmc.ac.uk/international The MET is an excellent choice for English language learning. Our year-round courses will help you to improve your English language skills, specific to your particular level or need. If you want to pass an exam, learn and improve your speaking and listening, or focus on reading and writing, then we have a class for you.

Our classes are multinational and you will study alongside students who have a similar level of English to you. These courses are suitable for anyone whose first language is not English. Please refer to the MET’s international brochure for dates and prices, and full-time course options. General English: Available at a range of levels, flexible learning plans. Start any week. Part-time and flexible English language courses: Focus on different English language skills. Start any week. IELTS examination preparation courses: IELTS is the International English Language Testing System and is accepted by thousands of institutions worldwide. It is recognised internationally by universities, workplaces and governments as an assessment of your English language proficiency.

Cambridge English examination preparation courses: Gain an internationally recognised English language qualification. Cambridge English exams are accepted by over 20,000 universities, employers and governments around the world. + table Courses for international students From the first day, I found the College outstanding, with great facilities and most importantly the friendly and helpful staff. Ivan Garcia Peris, international student Course Dates Times Hours per week General English Any week Monday–Friday 9am–12.30pm 15 English skills Any week Monday and Wednesday 1.30pm–4.30pm 5 English skills: Communication Any week Tuesday and Thursday 1.30pm–4.30pm 5 IELTS exam preparation (12 weeks) Start dates published online at gbmc.ac.uk Tuesday and Thursday 6pm–9pm 5 Cambridge Exam Preparation (18 weeks) Start dates published online at gbmc.ac.uk Tuesday and Thursday 6pm–9pm 5

Adult learning and part-time course guide 2018/2019 - Northbrook

16 17 Opening doors *Free courses for job seekers Our flexible courses help you develop the skills and knowledge you need to get back into employment. Eligibility: • Aged 19+ • Unemployed • Currently seeking work and claiming JSA or ESA Bookkeeping Gain a solid understanding of basic bookkeeping, including how to complete a range of bookkeeping entries using the double entry system. Starts: Various | 2 weeks Health and Social Care Accredited Level 1 qualification. The perfect entry qualification for a career in the healthcare industry.

Starts: Various | 3 weeks Business Administration Level 1 Business Administration qualification. Starts: Various | 2 weeks IT Skills This intensive course will teach you the essential computer skills employers need. Starts: Various | 1 week Graphic Design Two accredited qualifications in Graphic Design and Interactive Media. A fun and interactive course taught by creative media professionals. You will create a portfolio of work or self-promotional materials such as a business card and CV. Starts: Various | 4 weeks FREE* For more details or to apply: commercial@gbmc.ac.uk | 01273 667712 16 Business and professional courses Brighton Central Brighton Campus 17

Central Brighton Campus Business and professional AAT Level 2 Certificate A solid introduction to bookkeeping and accountancy. A combination of both classroom and self-directed study allows you the flexibility to pace your study according to your personal circumstances. We will explore both manual and computerised bookkeeping, as well as management accounting and work skills. The fees include initial AAT membership costs and the first exam of each unit. Retakes incur additional costs. AAT Advanced Diploma (Level 3) This course includes units on financial and management accounting; using spreadsheets; professional ethics; and VAT. Successful completion will leave you well-placed to enter the job market. The cost of the first exam is included. Retakes incur additional costs. AAT membership fees are not included.

18 19 Accountancy Bookkeeping This short course covers all the books and records businesses need to keep; how to maintain these; and how to complete a range of entries using the double entry system. Entry requirements: A good level of numeracy and literacy. September 2018, January 2019, April 2019 Part-time | Daytime | 10 weeks | £235 AAT Level 1 Award in Bookkeeping This course will develop your practical bookkeeping skills and allow you to progress onto further study in either accountancy or bookkeeping with AAT, or into employment. It is particularly suited to students with minimal work experience or adults seeking to validate their existing skills Entry requirements: Interview required. September 2018, January 2019, April 2019 Part-time | Evening | 12 weeks | £350 September 2018 | Part-time Daytime and Evening | 31 weeks | £999 January 2019, April 2019 | Evening 31 weeks | £999 We also run accountancy courses at our Broadwater Campus in Worthing. See page 82. + September 2018, January 2019 | Part-time Evening | 36 weeks | £1,910 Entry requirements: Completion of the AAT Level 2 Certificate. Excellent spoken and written English. Interview required.

AAT Professional Diploma (Level 4) You will develop a range of advanced skills in financial and management accounting and budgeting. There are two optional units, allowing you to concentrate on specialist areas. The cost of the first exam is included. Retakes incur additional costs. AAT membership fees are not included. Entry requirements: Completion of the AAT Level 3 Diploma. Excellent spoken and written English. Interview required. September 2018, January 2019 | Part-time Evening | 42 weeks | £1,987 For full course details, including start dates, times, fees and how to apply, please visit gbmc.ac.uk/PT Courses open to international students. More details on page 14. Eligible for an Advanced Learner Loan. More details on page 130.

Entry requirements: Interview required. Funding maybe available for this course depending on your circumstances.

Central Brighton Campus Central Brighton Campus Business and professional Business and professional 21 Business and management CIPD Principles of Leadership and Management ILM Level 3 Certificate Gain a range of management skills that you can apply to your role, including; building your leadership capabilities; motivating and engaging teams; performance management; and managing work relationships. Entry requirements: Interview required. Access to a workplace suitable to complete necessary assignments. Starts: September 2018, January 2019 Part-time | Evening | 25 weeks | £724 Human Resource Practice CIPD Certificate in HR level 3 This course covers the role of HR within an organisational context; and how to record, analyse and use HR information effectively. You will need to allocate a minimum of two hours self-directed study per week.

Entry requirements: CIPD membership (not included in course fees). Work experience in a related occupation is preferable. Interview required. Starts: September 2018, January 2019 Part-time | Evening | 36 weeks | £1,265 Learning and Development Practice CIPD level 3 Certificate You will learn the importance of learning and development within the wider organisation. You will be introduced to the concept of documenting relevant information so it can be interpreted and used beneficially, and study how to deliver related activities. You will need to allocate a minimum of two hours self-directed study per week.

Entry requirements: CIPD membership (not included in course fees). Interview required. Starts: September 2018, January 2019 Part-time | Evening | 36 weeks | £1,265 Human Resources Management CIPD Diploma Level 5 conversion Enhance your CIPD Level 5 Intermediate Certificate to a Diploma level, gaining a qualification highly respected by employers. You will increase your depth of knowledge and understanding of how HR functions are structured and operate across different sectors and sized of organisations. Entry requirements: CIPD membership (not included in course fees). 32 credits gained through the completion of a CIPD Level 5 Intermediate Certificate in HR Management. Interview required. Starts: January 2019 | Part-time | Evening Part-time | 10–12 weeks | £450 Human Resources Management CIPD Certificate in HR Level 5 Build on your expertise and gain CIPD Associate membership. The course is formed of three core units; developing professional practice; business issues and the context of HR; and using information in HR.

Entry requirements: CIPD membership (not included in course fees). Level 3 Certificate in HR Practice or equivalent. Experience in an HR role at administrator/adviser level. Interview required. Starts: September 2018, January 2019 Part-time | Evening | 36 weeks | £2,100 Leadership and Management ILM Level 5 Certificate This course is designed for project managers, department heads, and other practising middle managers and is delivered in a mix of classroom and distance learning units. Develop your skills and experience, improve your performance and prepare for senior management responsibilities. See our website for full details.

Entry requirements: Completion of an ILM Level 3 management course or equivalent. Starts: September 2018, January 2019 Part-time | Evening | 25 weeks | £1,880 We also run ILM courses at our Broadwater Campus in Worthing. See page 86. We also run CIPD courses at our Broadwater Campus in Worthing. See page 83. + + 20 For full course details, including start dates, times, fees and how to apply, please visit gbmc.ac.uk/PT Eligible for an Advanced Learner Loan. More details on page 130. Courses open to international students. More details on page 14.

Business and professional Business and professional Central Brighton Campus 22 23 Counselling Education and training Counselling (Helping Skills) NCFE Level 2 Award This course will help you build upon and consolidate your interpersonal skills and knowledge. It is also designed to further careers in counselling; health and social care; childcare; or learning and development. You will learn effective communication skills and engage in a one-to-one helping relationship. Entry requirements: 18+. Some related experience. Interview required. September 2018, January 2019, April 2019 Part-time | Daytime or Evening | 10 weeks | £320 Education and Training NCFE Level 3 Award This introductory course is designed as a ‘survival guide’ for those entering the teaching or training market for the first time, or if you are an existing teacher/trainer who would like a recognised qualification. We will cover key issues such as overcoming barriers to learning; planning; delivery; and assessment. Increase your confidence and broaden your repertoire of effective, evidence-based teaching methods. Entry requirements: Level 2 English skills. Interview required.

September 2018, January 2019, April 2019 Part-time | Daytime or Evening | 12 weeks | £435 TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) Preparatory This course is the essential first step if you are interested in teaching English as a Foreign Language (EFL) or English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) as a career. Entry requirements: Interview required. September 2018 | Part-time | Evening 12 weeks | £335 TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) Certificate (CertTESOL) Level 5 This intensive course will give you the skills you need for Teaching English as a Foreign Language. Trinity College, London TESOL Certificate is an internationally recognised qualification that will enable you to teach in the UK or overseas, and within the British Council. Fees include the Trinity College moderation fee.

Entry requirements: Trinity College interviewing procedure consists of a language awareness test, self-awareness test, a short essay on a general topic and an interview with a tutor. Candidates who have not completed the preparatory course will need to complete the distance learning pack prior to interview. Starts: January 2019 | Part-time + Weekend Daytime and Evening | 12 weeks | £1,575 Counselling Skills and Theory NCFE Level 3 Award If you are seeking to enhance your functional role (e.g. a social worker or practising nurse) through the use of counselling skills, this course is for you. It is also suitable for those seeking a career change who wish to become a professional counsellor. Entry requirements: 19+. Completion of the Level 2 in counselling skills or equivalent. Awareness of diversity, ability to benefit from self development, and emotional stability. Interview required. September 2018, January 2019, April 2019 Part-time | Daytime | 13 weeks | £618 July 2019 | Part-time | Daytime Intensive | 6 weeks | £618 We also run counselling courses at our Broadwater Campus in Worthing. See page 84. We also run education and training courses at our Broadwater Campus (page 84) and our West Durrington Campus (106).

+ + Central Brighton Campus For full course details, including start dates, times, fees and how to apply, please visit gbmc.ac.uk/PT Post-16 Teacher Education Professional Graduate Certificate in Education (ProfGCE) and Certificate in Education (Cert Ed) This two-year nationally recognised qualification is validated by the University of Brighton. It is suitable for you if you are currently teaching/training post-16s or have 50+ hours confirmed for the coming academic year. As a ‘blended’ course, not all sessions are delivered face-to-face. Entry requirements: A degree plus a Level 2 qualification in English and maths at Grade 5 (C) or above, or equivalent. Teaching hours and a mentor in place. Interview required.

Starts: September 2018 Part-time | Evening | 30 weeks | £3,000 Both courses Courses open to international students. More details on page 14.

£ A B C £129 £97 25 Central Brighton Campus Introduction to PHP and MYSQL Server side processing is at the core of many major websites, whether booking tickets or shopping, or messaging on social media sites. This course is a practical introduction to programming server side applications. We start by introducing programming using the PHP language and then databases using MYSQL. We will then use these skills to build simple server side applications. Entry requirements: Competency using folders, editing text and navigating around the c: drive. Starts: May 2019 Part-time | Evening | 8 weeks | £304 Introduction to HTML, CSS and Javascript 1 This fast-paced course provides an introduction to modern web design. You will learn to write HTML and CSS in a text editor to produce complaint web pages, and how to program a client side programming language (Javascript and JQuery) to make pages dynamic and interactive. We will also introduce web design techniques that allow pages to be viewed on both desktop and mobile. Suitable for teachers wishing to introduce coding to the curriculum.

Entry requirements: Basic computing skills. Starts: November 2018, February 2019 Part-time | Evening | 8 weeks | £304 Business and professional IT and computing We also run IT and computing courses at our Broadwater Campus in Worthing. See page 87. + IT Skills for Work Gain a solid grounding in the Microsoft Office suite, developing the key IT skills needed for working in an office environment or managing a business from home. You will learn how to use Word to create documents, posters and mail-merge letters; Excel to create spreadsheets with formula and charts; and PowerPoint to create presentations. We also cover organising files and folders; using internet resources; creating and querying an Access database.

Entry requirements: Basic experience with computers - not suitable for complete beginners. September 2018 | Part-time | Daytime or Evening January 2019 | Part-time | Daytime Both: 10 weeks | £129 For full course details, including start dates, times, fees and how to apply, please visit gbmc.ac.uk/PT Courses open to international students. More details on page 14. £65 Discounts available depending on your circumstances. More details on page 130. £ Introduction to Programming using Python This course is suitable if you want to learn programming from scratch; if you are thinking about studying computing/computer science or web development and want to know if it is for you; if you are a teacher delivering programming for the first time; or if you are a parent who wants to understand computer science homework.

Entry requirements: Basic computing skills. Starts: September 2018 Part-time | Evening | 8 weeks | £304

Business and professional 26 27 Graphic and web design Central Brighton Campus Central Brighton Campus Introduction to graphic design This course covers the building blocks of graphic design, including; typography; layout and composition; colour, shape and line and illustration. We will explore how to combine these elements through practical step-by-step tutorials and professional design projects. You will also be introduced to the latest versions of industry-standard design software, including Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign. Entry requirements: None.

Starts: September 2018, January 2019 Part-time | Evening | 30 weeks | £540 Web design 2 This course covers the building blocks of graphic design, including; typography; layout and composition; colour, shape and line and illustration. We will explore how to combine these elements through practical step-by-step tutorials and professional design projects. You will also be introduced to the latest versions of industry-standard design software, including Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign. Entry requirements: None.

Starts: September 2018, January 2019 Part-time | Evening | 10 weeks | £235 Graphic Design Professional Development Course This more in-depth, year-long course explores graphic design through idea generation; design theory; and practical workshops to help you develop a high-quality professional portfolio to help enhance career potential. The course covers; typography; logo design and branding; illustration; page layout; advertising; packaging design; web graphics and much more. Entry requirements: Experience in visual arts preferable. Access to Adobe Photoshop and InDesign outside of class. Interview required. Starts: September 2018 | Part-time Daytime and evening | 28 weeks | £1,350 Introduction to web design Learn the basic skills required to design and build your own website to modern standards. We will cover HTML; stylesheets; design principles; optimising images; and the essential components needed to put a site together and publish it. Entry requirements: Comfortable with file management.

September 2018, January 2019, April 2019 Part-time | Evening | 10 weeks | £235 Digital Design for Web Professional Development Course This more in-depth, year-long course offers those wishing to enhance career potential, a practical look at current web design software and practices, including; User Interface (UI) and User Experience (UX) design; coding in html and CSS; Wordpress; mainstream web creation tools such as Wix and Squarespace; eCommerce; and much more. On completion, you will have created six websites including an online portfolio.

Entry requirements: Access to Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator and Dreamweaver outside of class. Interview required. Starts: September 2018 | Part-time Daytime and evening | 28 weeks | £1,350 For full course details, including start dates, times, fees and how to apply, please visit gbmc.ac.uk/PT Courses open to international students. More details on page 14.

Business and professional Art and design UAL Level 2 Diploma in Art & Design Progress your previous experience and develop your creative potential. Visual thinking and problem solving are major themes, exploring the mediums of drawing, painting, image making and basic 3D construction. As your work develops, you may discover other areas of specialism, including graphics, textiles and 3D design projects. Entry requirements: A portfolio of art and design work and sketchbooks. Interview required. Starts: September 2019 | Part-time Daytime | 33 weeks | £1,995 UAL Level 3/4 Diploma in Foundation Studies - Art & Design Part-time pathway year Explore the breadth and diversity of the creative sector, working in a range of media to make an informed choice about which specialist pathway to take. This is the preferred progression route to specialised art and design Higher Education study, and our course has an excellent track-record of placing students at prestigious universities and art colleges across the UK.

Entry requirements: 19+. Completion of the Level 2 Diploma or equivalent, or a strong portfolio which meets exploratory assessment criteria. Interview required. Starts: September 2019 | Part-time Daytime | 33 weeks | £3,465 Introduction to Art & Design This highly practical course will develop your skills in art and design, with the aim of producing a portfolio of work. You will explore a wide range of basic skills, experimental techniques, processes and different media, through the completion of project work.

Entry requirements: Informal review with course tutor. Starts: September 2018 Part-time | Daytime | 10 weeks | £340 Intermediate Art & Design Build upon your existing portfolio, developing your skills in line; tone; texture; colour; form; and composition. You will further explore experimental techniques, processes and different media, both in two and three dimensional approaches. Entry requirements: Informal review with course tutor. Starts: January 2019 Part-time | Daytime | 10 weeks | £340 29 28 Central Brighton Campus Central Brighton Campus We also run art and design courses at our West Durrington Campus in Worthing. See page 112. + Each week we had a new topic, a new medium and a new way of looking at something, so not only have I felt really inspired, but I’ve now got a body of work and ideas that I can really use to keep creating!

Sara Reeve Eligible for an Advanced Learner Loan. More details on page 130. We’re given the chance to try so many different types of art which not only means we’re building a varied portfolio, but also experiencing life as an art student, which is helping inform future career decisions Caroline Beavon Courses open to international students. More details on page 14. For full course details, including start dates, times, fees and how to apply, please visit gbmc.ac.uk/PT

30 31 Business and professional Catering and Hospitality Professional Cookery Level 1/2 Diploma This course will build on your knowledge, training and enthusiasm for cookery, and teach you how to prepare new types of food and sauces. We will also cover health and safety; and how the catering and hospitality industry operates. Your tutor will assess whether you are at Level 1 or 2 during the course. Entry requirements: Catering experience preferable. Starts: September 2018 | Part-time Daytime | 36 weeks | £1579.50 We run catering and hospitality courses at our West Durrington Campus in Worthing. See page 107. We also run hobby courses at Central Brighton Campus, please see our website. + Central Brighton Campus Central Brighton Campus For full course details, including start dates, times, fees and how to apply, please visit gbmc.ac.uk/PT Complementary therapies Complementary therapies VTCT Level 3 Diploma During this advanced course, you will learn how to professionally administer a range of therapies, including Swedish body massage, reflexology and aromatherapy. We will also cover theory related to anatomy and physiology; health and safety; maintaining a healthy lifestyle; and business practice. An ideal entry into the industry, or self-employment, as a therapist.

Entry requirements: A good standard of English (reading, writing, comprehension). Able to devote time to the course at home (4/5 hours per week plus approximately 200 hours of practical home case studies). Interview required. Starts: February 2019 Part-time | Daytime | 35 weeks | £3,800 Anatomy and physiology VTCT Level 3 Certificate A combination of hands-on classes and lectures will give you a better understanding of the body’s working systems. Whether you wish to develop your holistic skills in the therapy industry or progress to Higher Education, this course will provide you with the required knowledge and experience. Entry requirements: A good standard of written English. Able to devote time to the course at home. Interview required.

Starts: January 2019 Part-time | Daytime | 18 weeks | £382 £ Business and professional Eligible for an Advanced Learner Loan. More details on page 130. Discounts available depending on your circumstances. More details on page 130. Courses open to international students. More details on page 14. £ City & Guilds VRQ Level 2 Certificate in Food and Beverage Service Develop the skills and techniques required to deliver food and beverage service to customers, allowing you to work in a variety of establishments such as hotels and restaurants, or at specialist catering events.

Entry requirements: Interview required. Starts: October 2018 Part-time | Evening | 24 weeks | £599 We also run beauty and holistics courses at our Broadwater Campus in Worthing. See page 98. +

32 33 Reflexology VTCT Level 3 Diploma You will learn skills in practical foot and hand reflexology; anatomy and physiology; business awareness; and health and safety. On successful completion, you can either be a self-employed therapist or work in a salon/spa. Entry requirements: A good standard of written English. Able to devote time to the course at home. Interview required. Starts: TBC - check our website Part-time | Daytime | 18 weeks | £999 Indian Head Massage VTCT Level 3 Certificate This course will prepare you to provide Indian head massage treatments. We will also cover health and safety practices; client care and communication; and promoting and selling products and services. Entry requirements: Previous experience and a related Level 2/3 qualification desirable. Interview required.

Starts: July 2018, July 2019 Part-time | Daytime | 4 weeks | £350 Infant Massage Baby massage promotes both health and bonding between parent and child. This course will enable you to teach baby massage to individual parents or within a group setting. Entry requirements: Interview required. Kit must be purchased. Starts: July 2018, July 2019 Part-time | Daytime | 3 days | £170 Stone Massage Therapy VTCT L3 Certificate This course will develop your technical skills, enabling you to prepare the body; use a stone heater and place stones; and provide relaxing massage treatments using basalt stones and a variety of techniques.

Entry requirements: Completion of, or working towards a Level 3 Beauty/Complementary Therapy/ Massage qualification. Starts: TBC - check our website Part-time | Daytime | 15 weeks | £800 £ £ £ £ Thermal Auricular Therapy VTCT Level 2 Award A relaxing, healing therapy helping problems such as headaches, sinusitis, excessive or compacted ear wax. We will cover anatomy of the ear, as well as client care and communication, and health and safety. Entry requirements: Interview required. Kit must be purchased.

Starts: June 2019 Part-time | Daytime | 4 days | £288 Eligible for an Advanced Learner Loan. More details on page 130. Discounts available depending on your circumstances. More details on page 130. £ Central Brighton Campus Central Brighton Campus Body Massage VTCT Level 3 Certificate This course will teach you the skills needed to deliver a professional standard of body massage. You will also develop your knowledge of anatomy and physiology, and how to apply this effectively to your massages. Entry requirements: Completion of or willing to work towards the Level 3 Certificate in Anatomy and Physiology. Interview required.

Starts: January 2019 Part-time | Evening | 18 weeks | £599 Aromatherapy Massage VTCT Level 3 Diploma Develop your skills in aromatherapy, blending essential and carrier oils tailored for each client. You will also develop your massage techniques and how to communicate effectively with clients. Entry requirements: Ideally completed the Diploma in Anatomy and Physiology and a massage qualification. Kit and uniform must be purchased (approx. £200). Starts: TBC - check our website Part-time | Daytime | 13 weeks | £620 £ For full course details, including start dates, times, fees and how to apply, please visit gbmc.ac.uk/PT Courses open to international students. More details on page 14.

Business and professional 34 Make-up and hair artistry Central Brighton Campus Please note that for all one-year makeup courses: Design and create fashion and photographic make-up VTCT Level 3 Award An exciting and intensive course which will develop your creative skills for fashion and photographic make-up work. Combined with an extensive study of associated theory, you will design and create looks for fashion; bridal; commercial; fantasy; period; and catwalk. Hair and make-up artistry VTCT Level 2 Diploma (1 year) This course will develop your knowledge and skills to plan for and provide make-up applications; hair preparations; fashion and editorial makeup; and face and body painting. We will also cover relevant anatomy and physiology, and health and safety. On successful completion, you may progress to the Level 3 Extended Diploma in Theatrical and Media Hair and Makeup course.

Entry requirements: GCSE grade 9-3/4 (C/D) or equivalent in English (reading, writing and comprehension). GCSE Science is highly desirable. Demonstration of core competencies may be required. Starts: September 2018 Part-time | Daytime | 35 weeks | £1,699 Theatrical and media make-up VTCT Level 3 Extended Diploma (1 year) This course is aimed at those who wish to pursue a career as an employed or self-employed make-up artist. We will cover health and safety in the salon; cosmetic makeup science; media make-up (character/special effects); photographic make-up; anatomy and physiology; airbrush make-up; false eyelash application; styling and dressing hair; design visualisation; and more. You are also required to complete a weekly minimum of 4-5 hours of home study.

Entry requirements: GCSEs grade 9-3 (A*-C) in science, maths and English or equivalent. Level 2 Hair and Makeup Artistry qualification. Portfolio of work. Starts: September 2018 Part-time | Daytime | 35 weeks | £2,583 Please be aware that the bursaries will not cover childcare for these hours. Entry requirements: Make-up knowledge or Level 2 beauty therapy qualification preferred. You are expected to provide your own models for the final assessment. Compulsory uniform and kit must be purchased. Starts: January 2019 Part-time | Daytime | 10 weeks | £750 £ £ Central Brighton Campus • We require a minimum of 95% attendance and you will be required to make up any missed hours • Courses are approximately 2/3 days a week • You are required to complete a minimum 30 hours’ work experience outside of your core hours • You must show commitment and flexibility as due to exams, trips and training days, timetable changes may occur • Bursaries will not cover childcare for these hours • Compulsory uniform and kit must be purchased for these courses (costs available at gbmc.ac.uk) Eligible for an Advanced Learner Loan.

More details on page 130. Discounts available depending on your circumstances. More details on page 130. £ For full course details, including start dates, times, fees and how to apply, please visit gbmc.ac.uk/PT Courses open to international students. More details on page 14. 35

36 Beauty Therapy Central Brighton Campus Beauty therapy VTCT Level 2 Extended Diploma This course will develop your skills for facials; eye treatments; waxing; manicure; gel polish; pedicure; and makeup. We will also cover health and safety procedures, and reception duties. On successful completion, you will have the option of progressing to Level 3 or gaining employment. There is a strong element of theory, including anatomy and physiology, and a weekly minimum of 4-5 hours of home study. Entry requirements: A friendly mature attitude, good communication skills, punctuality and impeccable attendance, as well as taking pride in your personal appearance. A good level of English reading, writing and comprehension. Grade 3 (C) or equivalent in GCSE English and Science is desirable but not essential. Aged 19+. Starts: September 2018 Part-time | Daytime | 35 weeks | £1,761 Beauty therapy VTCT Level 3 Extended Diploma This course covers micro-dermabrasion; electrical facial and body treatments; body analysis; Swedish body massage; mechanical massage; social media/ marketing; and more. You will need to complete a weekly minimum of 4-5 hours home study, and complete salon sessions outside class time to ensure that you maintain your Level 2 and Level 3 beauty skills.

Entry requirements: 19+. Level 2 Beauty Therapy qualification. A good level of English (reading, writing and comprehension). A good reference. Starts: September 2018 Part-time | Daytime | 35 weeks | £3,345 Epilation VTCT Level 3 Certificate This course will develop your skills using electrolysis for hair removal, enabling you to provide electrical epilation treatments. You will develop a sound knowledge of health and safety, client care and communication. On successful completion, you can progress into employment or onto an advanced Level 4 epilation course.

Entry requirements: Completion of or working towards a Level 3 beauty therapy qualification. Compulsory uniform and kit must be purchased (approximately £150). Starts: April 2019 Part-time | Daytime | 10 weeks | £567 Nail technology VTCT Level 2 Certificate You will learn a range of skills including, how to professionally administer manicures and pedicures; apply gel nails; and maintain salon health and safety. You will also learn about nail technology, plus anatomy and physiology. On successful completion, you could work as a nail technician. Intimate waxing On this short course you will learn about removing hair from intimate areas using various waxing techniques. You will learn how to consult with the client, prepare for the waxing service and produce a treatment plan. In addition, how to provide treatment advice, particularly around the avoidance of certain activities and home care advice.

Entry requirements: Level 2 waxing qualification. Maintain effective health, safety and hygiene procedures and demonstrate a professional and ethical approach throughout. Kit to be purchased (cost to be confirmed). Starts: July 2019 Part-time | Daytime | 1 week | £82 £ £ Central Brighton Campus Please note that for all beauty therapy courses: • We require a minimum of 95% attendance and you will be required to make up any missed hours. • You are required to complete a minimum 30 hours’ work experience outside of your core hours as well as a minimum of 5 days in the Metro salon • You must show commitment and flexibility as due to exams, trips and training days, timetable changes may occur • Bursaries will not cover childcare for these hours • Compulsory uniform and kit must be purchased for these courses (costs available at gbmc.ac.uk) Business and professional We also run beauty and holistics courses at our Broadwater Campus in Worthing. See page 98. + Eligible for an Advanced Learner Loan. More details on page 130.

Discounts available depending on your circumstances. More details on page 130. £ Entry requirements: Interview required. If accepted, you will need to purchase the nail extensions and manicure kits. Starts: September 2018, January 2019 Part-time | Daytime | 18 weeks | £796 For full course details, including start dates, times, fees and how to apply, please visit gbmc.ac.uk/PT Courses open to international students. More details on page 14. 37

Sports massage and advanced massage techniques Register your interest courses Central Brighton Campus Business and professional 38 Sports massage VTCT Level 3 Certificate If you have little or no knowledge of massage but wish to work in the sports industry, then this course is a great starting point. You will be taught anatomy and physiology, massage techniques, routine body analysis, and sports injury management. On successful completion, you could progress into employment or onto the Level 4. Entry requirements: Interview required. You will need to attend various sports activities to gain additional practical experience.

Starts: February 2019 Part-time | Daytime | 22 weeks | £1,100 Sports Massage Bridging Course If you have completed a Level 3 beauty or massage qualification and would like to progress directly to the Level 4 Sports Massage, this course is for you. You will build on your existing massage knowledge and be provided with the foundations for the Level 4. Entry requirements: Completion of a Level 3 beauty and complementary therapy or massage qualification. Starts: May 2019 Part-time | Daytime | 7 weeks | £361 Enhancing Eyebrows with Microblading Techniques VTCT Level 4 Certificate An advanced therapies qualification aimed at 18+ learners, who wish to pursue a career as a microblading technician. You will learn to develop your communication skills; consultation and client care skills; as well as how to apply your practical knowledge of microblading.

Entry requirements: 18+. Completion of a Level 3 qualification in a related discipline. Interview required. Laser and Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) Treatments VTCT Level 4 Certificate This course focuses on reducing hair growth and photo rejuvenation of the skin using intense pulse light and laser treatments. You will also develop skills to carry out IPL and laser treatments; tailoring services to individual clients; and managing health, safety and security of the salon. Entry requirements: 18+. Completion of a Level 3 qualification in a related discipline. Interview required.

Advanced/Deep tissue massage techniques Deep tissue massage is the most popular treatment. This course is essential to anyone looking to extend their knowledge. We will cover deep tissue techniques; trigger points; palpation; and hands- free techniques; for the full body. Entry requirements: Studying for or completion of a Level 3 Massage qualification. Starts: May 2019 Part-time | Daytime | 1 day | £59 Sports Massage VTCT Level 4 Certificate Increase your understanding of the advanced anatomical, physiological and pathological principles of sports massage. You will acquire advanced palpation skills, and learn how to analyse posture and movement, whilst developing a wide range of advanced massage skills and techniques to prevent and manage injury.

Entry requirements: Completion of a Level 3 Sports Massage qualification. If you hold a Level 3 Anatomy and Physiology or Body Massage Certificate, you attend the bridging course to prepare you for this course. Interview required. You will need to attend various sports activities to gain additional practical experience. Starts: September 2018 Part-time | Daytime | 18 weeks | £1,020 Kinesiology taping In this one day workshop, qualified massage therapists will learn how to stabilise a specific area of instability, off-load pain through ‘decompression’ and control swelling.

Entry requirements: A Level 3 Sports Massage qualification. You will need to purchase a minimum of 3 rolls of tape (£14 each) which can be purchased from the tutor on the first day of the course. Starts: April 2019 Part-time | Daytime | 1 day | £59 Potential new courses If you are interested in the following courses, please register your interest with our Admissions team - 01273 667704 admissions-brighton@gbmc.ac.uk For full course details, including start dates, times, fees and how to apply, please visit gbmc.ac.uk/PT Eligible for an Advanced Learner Loan. More details on page 130.

Central Brighton Campus Courses open to international students. More details on page 14.

40 41 Hairdressing City & Guilds Level 2 Technical Certificate in Hairdressing-Colouring Services (year 2) During the second year of this industry recognised qualification, you will gain experience in colouring and lightening hair; styling; and finishing services; and improve your cutting skills. You will also have the opportunity to gain valuable work experience within the MET’s professional salon. The course is approximately three quarters practical and one quarter theory. Entry requirements: Five GCSEs at 9-3 (A*-E) to include maths and English or demonstrable numeracy and literacy.

Starts: September 2018 Full-time | Day-time | 35 weeks | £1,761 Central Brighton Campus City & Guilds Level 2 Technical Certificate in Cutting and Styling (year 1) This industry recognised qualification is ideally suited to those aged 19 or over who wish to embark on a career in hairdressing. You will gain experience in shampooing and conditioning; style, set and dress; plaiting and twisting; cutting; and salon health and safety. You will also have the opportunity to gain valuable work experience within the MET’s professional salon. The course is approximately three quarters practical and one quarter theory. Entry requirements: Five GCSEs at 9-3 (A*-E) to include maths and English or demonstrable numeracy and literacy.

Starts: September 2018 Full-time | Day-time | 35 weeks | £1,761 City & Guilds Level 3 VRQ Diploma in Hairdressing This course will extend your skills, teach you specialised techniques and prepare you for senior supervisory roles. It could also provide a route into teaching hairdressing, provided you have enough salon experience. You will develop and enhance your creative hairdressing skills, learning to style and dress; creatively colour and lighten hair; carry out colour correction services; cut hair using a combination of techniques; and contribute to the planning and implementation of promotional activities.

Entry requirements: Working in the industry as a senior stylist, manager, salon trainer or salon owner. A good standard of technical ability is required with good communication skills, standard of education and professional personal presentation. Hairdressing Level 2 in Cutting and Colouring. Interview required. Starts: September 2018 Full-time | Day-time | 35 weeks | £3,345 £ £ £ Central Brighton Campus Business and professional Discounts available depending on your circumstances. More details on page 130. £ For full course details, including start dates, times, fees and how to apply, please visit gbmc.ac.uk/PT Please note for hairdressing courses: • You will require a minimum of 95% attendance and will be required to make up any missed hours • You are also required to complete a compulsory minimum 30 hours work experience outside of your core hours and additional days on Metro salon to gain practical experience under our assessors supervision • Please be aware that the bursaries will not cover childcare for these hours • Compulsory uniform and kit must be purchased for this course (price TBC) We also run hairdressing and barbering courses at our Broadwater Campus in Worthing. See page 92.

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Pre GCSE English Functional skills This course will prepare you for starting a GCSE English course. In a supportive environment, you will learn spelling, punctuation and grammar, and reading for understanding. Entry requirements: Interview required. Starts: September 2018 | Part-time | 36 weeks Free subject to assessment GCSE English Language This qualification is essential for many other courses and job. You will develop your spoken communication; language; reading; and creative writing skills. We will study a variety of texts, develop your writing skills and participate in listening activities.

Entry requirements: Assessment of your English skills to ensure you are at a sufficient level for the course. Starts: September 2018 | Part-time | 36 weeks Free if you do not hold a grade 4 (C) or above GCSE Maths Develop a positive attitude towards maths and the ability to solve problems. Learn to enjoy using, applying and also maths with confidence and gain this qualification often sought by employers. Entry requirements: Assessment of your core maths skills to ensure you are at a sufficient level for the course.

Starts: September 2018 | Part-time | 36 weeks Free if you do not hold a grade 4 (C) or above Pre GCSE Maths Functional skills This course will prepare you for starting a GCSE Maths course. In a supportive environment, you will learn the skills to improve your maths up to a GCSE standard. Entry requirements: Interview required. Starts: September 2018 | Part-time | 36 weeks Free subject to assessment Central Brighton Campus 42 43 Central Brighton Campus Business and professional City & Guilds Level 2 Technical Certificate in Barbering This industry recognised qualification is ideally suited to those aged 19 or over who wish to embark on a career in Barbering. You will gain experience in shampooing and conditioning; cutting hair using barbering techniques; cutting facial hair; creating basic outlines and detailing hair; and drying and finishing. You will also have the opportunity to gain valuable work experience within the MET’s professional salon. The course is approximately three quarters practical and one quarter theory. Entry requirements: Five GCSEs at 9-3 (A*-E) to include maths and English or demonstrable numeracy and literacy.

Starts: September 2018 Full-time | Day-time | 35 weeks | £1,761 City & Guilds Level 3 Advanced Technical Diploma in Barbering This course will extend your skills, teach you specialised techniques and prepare you for senior supervisory roles. It could also provide a route into teaching barbering, provided you have enough salon experience. You will develop and enhance your creative barbering skills, learning to cut hair using a combination of barbering techniques; design and create facial hair shapes; complete shaving services; and contribute to the planning and implementation of promotional activities. Entry requirements: Working in the industry as a senior stylist, manager, salon trainer or salon owner. A good standard of technical ability is required with good communication skills, standard of education (a Level 2 NVQ or Technical Certificate in Barbering) and professional personal presentation. Interview required.

Starts: September 2018 Full-time | Day-time | 35 weeks | £1,761 £ £ English and mathematics Barbering Business and professional We also run English and mathematics courses at our Broadwater Campus in Worthing. See page 93. + Please note for barbering courses: • You will require a minimum of 95% attendance and will be required to make up any missed hours • You are also required to complete a compulsory minimum 30 hours work experience outside of your core hours and additional days at the Metro salon to gain practical experience under our assessors supervision • Please be aware that the bursaries will not cover childcare for these hours • Compulsory uniform and kit must be purchased for this course (price TBC) Discounts available depending on your circumstances. More details on page 130. £ For full course details, including start dates, times, fees and how to apply, please visit gbmc.ac.uk/PT We also run hairdressing and barbering courses at our Broadwater Campus in Worthing. See page 92.

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Central Brighton Campus General ESOL courses A suitable course whether you are already living in the UK or are planning on settling here. You will improve your grammar, vocabulary and functional English through speaking, listening, reading and writing, as well as by learning about British life and culture. We have classes for beginners through to advanced level. Most courses have a final Edexcel ESOL exam in speaking and listening, reading or writing. Reading and writing courses A suitable course whether you are already living in the UK or are planning on settling here. You will improve your grammar, vocabulary and functional English through speaking, listening, reading and writing, as well as by learning about British life and culture. We have classes for beginners through to advanced level. Most courses have a final Edexcel ESOL exam in speaking and listening, reading or writing.

Reading and Writing courses Basic Computing for ESOL Starts: January 2019 | Part-time 11 weeks | £299 Starts: April 2019 | Part-time 11 weeks | £299 Starts: September 2018 | Part-time 13 weeks | £299 Starts: September 2018 | Part-time 13 weeks | £299 Starts: September 2018 | Part-time 10 weeks | £130 Starts: April 2019 | Part-time 10 weeks | £299 ESOL Basic/ Elementary Communication Central Brighton Campus For full course details, including start dates, times, fees and how to apply, please visit gbmc.ac.uk/PT For full course details, including start dates, times, fees and how to apply, please visit gbmc.ac.uk/PT ESOL Writing Entry 1 - Level 2 Starts: April 2019 | Part-time 11 weeks | £335 ESOL Reading Entry 1 - Level 2 Starts: January 2019 | Part-time 11 weeks | £335 Starts: September 2018 | Part-time 13 weeks | £325 ESOL Speaking and Listening Entry 1–Level 2 Introduction to Read/Write Learn to read and write in English with a skilled Basic Literacy teacher. Designed for students who have little or no literacy in either English or in their own language.

Read/Write Entry 1 or 2 For students who need more support with their reading and writing skills at. Entry 1 or Entry 2 level. Integrated skills This course is designed to support Entry 3-Level 1 students who need more support with writing. If you are hoping to progress onto Functional Skills or pre-GCSE English, you will benefit from this course. Beginner computing for ESOL The course teaches ESOL students how to find and save documents, use email and other basic IT skills. 44 45 ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages) Starts: January 2019 | Part-time 11 weeks | £299 Starts: January 2019 | Part-time 11 weeks | £130 Business and professional Some of our ESOL courses are eligible for discounts, depending on your circumstances. More details on page 130.

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For full course details, including start dates, times, fees and how to apply, please visit gbmc.ac.uk/PT 46 47 Access to Higher Education The aim of our Access courses is to inspire passion in your subject, build your confidence and put you at ease with achieving university-level standards. Access courses are accepted by UK universities and are an ideal route to higher education for 19+ students who do not have A-Levels. FEES If you are aged 19–23 and studying your first full Level 3 qualification, you will not need to pay for this course. If this does not apply to you, the course is eligible for an Advanced Learner Loan (see page 130). If you go on to complete a Higher Education course following your Access course, the loan for the Access course is written off so you do not have to repay it.

Central Brighton Campus Business and professional We also run Access courses at our Broadwater Campus in Worthing. See page 95. + Biomedical Sciences LASER Learning Awards Level 3 An introduction to a science-related degree, providing you with a solid foundation to eventually work in the medical healthcare industry. We cover both theoretical and practical biology and chemistry, with supporting maths skills. You will also choose your own topic to produce an independent research project. Entry requirements: GCSE grade 9-4 (A*-C) in English and maths (or recognised equivalent). Starts: September 2018 Part-time | Day-time | 36 weeks | £3,384 Business Studies LASER Learning Awards Level 3 This course will help you to decide which area of business you wish to pursue, whilst developing academic skills such as essay writing and research. We cover a variety of topics including law; finance; marketing; and economic environments both local and international.

Entry requirements: GCSE grade 9-4 (A*-C) in English and maths (or recognised equivalent). Applicants with a grade 3 (D) in GCSE Maths can retake alongside this Access course. Starts: September 2018 Part-time | Day-time | 36 weeks | £3,022 Eligible for an Advanced Learner Loan. More details on page 130.

48 49 I found the College very supportive - they even funded my travel to an open day at Durham University - and my tutors always had time to provide help when I needed it. Jamie Allington: Winner of ‘Outstanding Academic Achievement’ award in The Keith Fletcher Memorial Access to HE Learner Prize 2016 Central Brighton Campus Access to Higher Education Central Brighton Campus Business and professional For full course details, including start dates, times, fees and how to apply, please visit gbmc.ac.uk/PT Computing LASER Learning Awards Level 3 An exploration of the diverse world of computing, ranging from games development and software; to network administration; and business analysis. We also cover database application; programming; hardware and software; and maths for computing. You can then progress to a variety of IT or computing degrees.

Entry requirements: GCSE grade 9-4 (A*-C) in English and maths (or recognised equivalent). Starts: September 2018 Part-time | Day-time | 36 weeks | £3,928 Health and Health Sciences This course will provide you with an in-depth knowledge of areas such as anatomy and biology; genetics; human physiology; chemistry; and psychology. You can then progress to one of many health-related degrees. Entry requirements: GCSE grade 9-4 (A*-C) in English and maths (or recognised equivalent). Starts: September 2018 Part-time | Day-time | 36 weeks | £3,384 Humanities and Social Sciences LASER Learning Awards Level 3 This course is aimed at those considering a career in local government; the Civil Service, Trade Unions; Social Services; voluntary organisations, charities or NGOs; or similar. We will cover politics; current affairs; history; culture; and issues in contemporary society such as power, class, gender and race. Entry requirements: GCSE grade 9-4 (A*-C) in English and maths (or recognised equivalent). Applicants with a grade 3 (D) in GCSE Maths can retake alongside this Access course. Starts: September 2018 Part-time | Day-time | 36 weeks | £3,384 Childhood & Youth Studies LASER Learning Awards Level 3 Hone your practical skills for use with an educational organisation, whilst exploring the development of the educational system in the UK. We also examine key aspects of psychology and sociology relating to society, family and education. This course is ideal for aspiring teachers or social workers who can then progress to a teacher training or social work degree, or if you wish to train in related occupations working with families and young people.

Entry requirements: GCSE grade 9-4 (A*-C) in English and maths (or recognised equivalent). Applicants with a grade 3 (D) in GCSE Maths can retake alongside this Access course. Starts: September 2018 Part-time | Day-time | 36 weeks | £3,384 Media, Literature and Culture LASER Learning Awards Level 3 Literature, poetry, drama and film studies are just some of the topics this course covers. We explore the connections between these and the impact of culture/counter culture and media on society. You can also develop your video production skills by creating your own media product.

Entry requirements: GCSE grade 9-4 (A*-C) in English and maths (or recognised equivalent). Applicants with a grade 3 (D) in GCSE Maths can retake alongside this Access course. Starts: September 2018 Part-time | Day-time | 36 weeks | £3,384 Psychology LASER Learning Awards Level 3 This course will prepare you for degrees in psychology; mental health work; criminology; forensic psychology; and counselling. We cover topics such as social behaviour, conformity and obedience; psychopathology; and research methods, developing the research and academic skills required at degree-level. Entry requirements: GCSE grade 9-4 (A*-C) in English and maths (or recognised equivalent). Applicants with a grade 3 (D) in GCSE Maths can retake alongside this Access course. Starts: September 2018 Part-time | Day-time | 36 weeks | £3,022 See fees page 130 £ Eligible for an Advanced Learner Loan. More details on page 130.

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52 53 Central Brighton Campus Central Brighton Campus Leisure and hobby Art and design Drawing Skills - Beginners Begin drawing or rediscover a passion for it! Subject matter is chosen to stimulate and help you to express yourself using traditional and experimental techniques. We will use a range of materials, such as graphite, pencils, charcoal, ink and pastels, with guidance provided throughout. If you are planning a career in the creative industries, see our professional courses on page 28. + Discounts available depending on your circumstances. More details on page 130. £ Drawing Skills - Intermediate You will build on previous experience covering shading, line drawing and colour, as well as learning new techniques in scaling up from a photograph, drawing animals and creating a composition. You will also be able to work with your preferred materials and techniques to develop your individual style. Entry requirements: Completion of the beginners course or equivalent.

For full course details, including start dates, times, fees and how to apply, please visit gbmc.ac.uk/PT Leisure and hobby Jewellery making Jewellery making in metal - Beginners Learn to design and create jewellery. You will be taught soldering; piercing with a jewellery saw; filing; and polishing. Your first project will be to design and make a ring, and then another piece of your choosing. You will need to buy your own metal and stones. Entry requirements: None September 2018, January 2019, April 2019 Part-time | Evening | 10 weeks | £155 Designing and making silverware Beginners will be taught the basics of silversmithing, including piercing; forming; soldering; and finishing. Those with some experience will focus on creating a small sculptural and individualised piece incorporating techniques such as press-work; forging; mitering; and scoring. You will need to pay £30–£60 for your materials (either copper or silver). Entry requirements: None.

September 2018, January 2019, April 2019 Part-time | Evening | 10 weeks | £160 Silversmithing and jewellery – Design by project This intermediate course will allow you to develop your skills in either/both silversmithing and jewellery disciplines by following your own design project with guidance from the tutor. You will benefit from peer-learning due to the anticipated diversity of projects within your group. You will need to pay £30–£60 for your materials (either copper or silver). Entry requirements: A beginners course or previous experience with silversmithing or jewellery making.

September 2018, January 2019, April 2019 Part-time | Evening | 10 weeks | £160 Jewellery making in metal - Advanced Further develop your design and production skills, whilst we help you to discover your own style. Your first project will be to design a piece of jewellery using a cabochon stone. You will then explore new techniques and create more complicated pieces, such as pendants, earrings and bracelets. You will need to buy your own metal and stones. Entry requirements: Completion of the beginners course.

September 2018, January 2019, April 2019 Part-time | Evening | 10 weeks | £155 Entry requirements: None September 2018, January 2019, April 2019 Part-time | Evening | 10 weeks | £129 September 2018 | Part-time Evening | 10 weeks | £129 January 2019, April 2019 | Part-time Evening | 10 weeks | £129 Courses open to international students. More details on page 14. £ A B C £129 £97 £65 £ A B C £129 £97 £65 £ A B C £129 £97 £65 £ £ A A B B C C £155 £160 £117 £120 £78 £80 £ A B C £155 £117 £78 £ A B C £160 £120 £80

Dressmaking - Beginners and improvers Develop your sewing skills and learn how to make your own clothes using a commercial pattern. To start, you will be taught how to thread up a sewing machine, and sew a variety of basic and more decorative seams. The course will then take you through the whole process of making a garment, including adapting patterns to your shape; sewing darts, pleats and seams; inserting zips; stitching hems; and more. Overlocking machines are also available for your use. Entry requirements: None. Starts: September 2019 Part-time | Evening | 20 weeks | £423 55 Central Brighton Campus Leisure and hobby Fashion, sewing and textiles Fashion design Gain an insight into the fashion industry and develop your design skills. This inspirational and practical course will immerse you into the design process. The course will cover all key elements, as well as more advanced design and drawing techniques. Entry requirements: None.

Starts: September 2019 Part-time | Evening | 20 weeks | £464 Creative pattern cutting This creative course will teach you to how to adapt a pattern to your own design, and then create your finished garment. Entry requirements: Experience of basic pattern cutting. Access to a sewing machine at home. Starts: September 2018, January 2019 Part-time | Evening | 10 weeks | £300 £ I would absolutely recommend the course even if you don’t know anything. The teacher spends four weeks doing general techniques with you before you go near making anything. It is a really gentle introduction but it is fast paced, and we are all quite good at this stage.

Susan Clanoillon, Dressmaking Discounts available depending on your circumstances. More details on page 130. £ Courses open to international students. More details on page 14. £ A B C £423 £318 £212 £ A B C C £464 £348 £232 For full course details, including start dates, times, fees and how to apply, please visit gbmc.ac.uk/PT

Central Brighton Campus 56 57 Central Brighton Campus Leisure and hobby Stained glass Stained glass A practical course which takes you through the basic steps of making a stained glass panel. Learn how to design a pattern; cut glass; lead; solder; and cement, whilst exploring other techniques such as copper foiling. If you have some previous experience, you will be able to work on an individual project of your choosing. Basic tools are available but you will need to provide your own materials, such as glass and lead as your progress to individual projects.

Entry requirements: Due to the use of lead, this course is not suitable for women who are pregnant or are planning to become pregnant in the near future. Starts: September 2018 Part-time | Evening | 30 weeks | £270 You’re learning something new and working with glass. It is so satisfying to make a lovely piece and enjoy the journey of making it. Will What I like about the course is that I do like art, but I’m not that good at drawing. With this course, you don’t need to be fantastically artistic as you can get good results just by doing something simple. You first start out with something simple that you’re working on together, and people can go at their own pace.

Paul For full course details, including start dates, times, fees and how to apply, please visit gbmc.ac.uk/PT Discounts available depending on your circumstances. More details on page 130. £ Courses open to international students. More details on page 14. Leisure and hobby Floristry Introduction to floristry Learn to create bespoke floral arrangements using a wide variety of flowers, foliages and sundries. Some traditional elements of floristry will be taught alongside care and conditioning of your flowers. Materials cost £10–£20 per week. Entry requirements: None.

September 2018, January 2019, April 2019 Part-time | Evening | 10 weeks | £160 Floristry - Intermediate We will build on your prior knowledge of floristry, covering aspects of bridal, bespoke and traditional floral arrangements. Materials cost £10–£20 per week. Entry requirements: Completion of the introductory course or equivalent. September 2018, January 2019, April 2019 Part-time | Evening | 10 weeks | £160 £ A B C £160 £120 £80 £ A B C £160 £120 £80 £ A B C £270 £203 £135

58 59 Music production Leisure and hobby Filmmaking Digital film editing Learn how to use to create your own films using any digital editing package. We will cover importing and editing media; different types of footage; using transitions and effects; adding titles and sound; and exporting. Entry requirements: None. Starts: September 2018, January 2019 Part-time | Evening | 8 weeks | £235 Introduction to filmmaking Develop operational camera skills, whilst learning about film grammar and effective shot selection. The course also includes workshops for lighting, sound recording, microphone techniques and script writing.

Entry requirements: None. Starts: September 2018 Part-time | Evening | 10 weeks | £295 For full course details, including start dates, times, fees and how to apply, please visit gbmc.ac.uk/PT Central Brighton Campus Central Brighton Campus Discounts available depending on your circumstances. More details on page 130. £ Introduction to Logic Pro An extensive course covering; recording and editing audio; recording, editing and programming MIDI; programming drums; sampling; manipulating tempo and time stretching; as well as routing and inserting effects; and mixing and mastering.

Entry requirements: IT knowledge useful. Starts: October 2018, January 2019 March 2019, May 2019 Part-time | Evening | 6 weeks | £190 Courses open to international students. More details on page 114. Leisure and hobby Creative writing Write away! Creative writing for beginners This workshop-based course introduces aspiring writers to various kinds of creative writing in a friendly and supportive environment. We will cover several genres, including autobiography, poetry, and fiction. You will develop your writing skills and improve your style, whilst exploring techniques and tapping into your creativity!

Entry requirements: Suitable for complete beginners or those who have already begun writing for fun, fame or fortune. September 2018, January 2019, April 2019 Part-time | Evening | 10 weeks | £125 Pottery Pottery - Introduction Learn the basic hand-building techniques of working with clay, including pinching, coil and slab building, and create pieces to take home. NB. This course does not involve the use of the pottery wheel. Entry requirements: You can start as a beginner or with previous experience of working with clay. Starts: September 2018 Part-time | Evening | 10 weeks | £260 Pottery - Intermediate This practical and fun pottery course will develop your existing knowledge of pottery techniques and processes. Work with a variety of building techniques and create your own finished clay pieces. NB. This course does not involve the use of the pottery wheel.

Entry requirements: Previous experience or completion of an introductory course. Starts: September 2018 Part-time | Evening | 10 weeks | £260 £ A B C £125 £94 £63 We also run Music courses at our West Durrington Campus, Worthing. See page 108. +

60 61 Photography Learn how to use your DSLR camera During this day, you will learn how to use your camera without the AUTO setting, including how to measure light through ISO, and using shutter speed and aperture. Entry requirements: You will need a DSLR or bridge/mirrorless camera with manual settings. Starts: February 2019 Weekend | Daytime | 1 day | £67 Digital Photography - Beginners Learn the basic practical skills needed to get the most from your digital camera, including white balance, ISO settings and image sizes. We will also cover flash photography; downloading and saving images; editing; printing; and social networking. Entry requirements: You must have a DSLR or camera with manual settings.

September 2018, January 2019, April 2019 Part-time | Evening | 10 weeks | £185 Photoshop for beginners A chance to explore the endless possibilities of this powerful image manipulation program. You will use Adobe Photoshop to enhance digital photographs; scan and repair old photographs; create montages and posters; and prepare images for sharing by email or online. Entry requirements: None. Starts: September 2018 Part-time | Daytime | 10 weeks | £129 Documentary Photography and Photojournalism Master the art of working with both single images and a series of images and text to create a photo essay. We will look at the history of photojournalism, publishable ideas, editing techniques, adding text, and image/text relationships. The tutor will support you through your chosen concepts, offering constructive advice.

Entry requirements: You must have a digital camera and an idea to develop visually. Starts: February 2019 Weekend | Daytime | 5 weeks | £135 Central Brighton Campus For full course details, including start dates, times, fees and how to apply, please visit gbmc.ac.uk/PT Leisure and hobby We also run photography courses at our West Durrington Campus in Worthing. See page 122. + Discounts available depending on your circumstances. More details on page 130. £ Courses open to international students. More details on page 14. £ A B C £185 £139 £93 Digital Photography - Intermediate This digital photography course is aimed at learners who have completed a beginners course or have a basic understanding of exposure. You will use many practical skills needed to raise the standards of your photographs up to a higher level.

You will learn about a range of technical skills needed to get the most out of a digital SLR camera including practical sessions working in RAW, using metering modes, a tripod, researching and well-known photographers. There will be practical exercises in street photography, still life, landscape, flash, portraiture and composition. You will also use camera flash photography, natural lighting, advanced colour and monochrome settings. Entry requirements: You must have a DSLR or camera with manual settings, plus a tripod. Completion of the beginners course or equivalent. September 2018, January 2019, April 2019 Part-time | Evening | 10 weeks | £185 £ A B C £185 £139 £93 Digital Photography - Advanced This advanced course will develop your pre-existing photography skills, learn about different photographers and genres to create visually dynamic images, whilst you work towards producing a series of images to develop a portfolio/ body of work in print with text. You will learn a range of advanced camera and postproduction techniques including metering modes, in camera filters, composition, subject, framing, and location photography.

Entry requirements: All students must have DSLR or camera with a manual setting and have completed Beginners and Intermediate course or equivalent course and knows how to use ISO, shutter, aperture settings and white balance settings. Starts: April 2019 Part-time | Evening | 10 weeks | £185 £ A B C £185 £139 £93 £ A B C £129 £97 £65 £ A B C £135 £102 £68

Brighton Additional Worthing and Shoreham 62 63 Beauty and holistics Massage Aromatherapy and massage for autumn and winter Discover oils to combat bugs, stress, depression, SAD, and to help with skincare. The course will combine these skills with basic massage and relaxation techniques. Enrol with a friend/partner or work with another member of the class. Entry requirements: Suitable for beginners. If you have any concerns about your health or ability to participate in class, check with your doctor. Starts: September 2018 Part-time | Evening | 5 weeks | £88 Aromatherapy and massage for spring and summer You will be taught relaxation massage using safe and effective techniques to release muscular aches and pains around the shoulders and neck, finishing with a gentle face massage. Warming oils such as ginger, rosemary and chamomile are used. Enrol with a friend/partner or work with another member of the class.

Entry requirements: Suitable for beginners. If you have any concerns about your health or ability to participate in class, check with your doctor. Starts: January 2019 Part-time | Evening | 5 weeks | £88 For full course details, including start dates, times, fees and how to apply, please visit gbmc.ac.uk/PT Back, neck and shoulder massage Learn an effective, healing massage which relieves muscular aches and pains around the back, neck and shoulders. We will use an array of oils, such as ginger, juniper and rosemary. Enrol with a friend/ partner or work with another member of the class Entry requirements: Suitable for beginners. If you have any concerns about your health or ability to participate in class, check with your doctor. Starts: January 2019 Part-time | Evening | 5 weeks | £88 Starts: June 2019 Part-time | Evening | 4 weeks | £88 Leisure and hobby We also run beauty and holistics courses at our Broadwater Campus in Worthing. See page 98. + 63 Discounts available depending on your circumstances. More details on page 130. £ Ayurvedic face massage Learn to administer this soothing massage by using a blend of safe oils appropriate to skin type. You will also discover how vitamins and certain nutrients are essential for skincare.

Entry requirements: If you have any concerns about your health or ability to participate in class, check with your doctor. Starts: November 2018 Part-time | Evening | 5 weeks | £88 Thai foot massage Based on traditional Thai foot massage, you will learn how to stimulate reflex points and administer a therapeutic massage to the legs and feet. Entry requirements: If you have any concerns about your health or ability to participate in class, check with your doctor. Starts: April 2019 Part-time | Evening | 5 weeks | £88 Central Brighton Campus Courses open to international students. More details on page 14.

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64 65 History Conflict and Revolution: The Stuart Age 1603–1702 This exciting period of history witnessed the commercial development and importance of overseas trade, as well as agriculture, industry, technology and science – all impacting on our modern society. We will look at the foundation of the Bank of England (1694) and the growth of London, along with changing fashions and social pastimes. Entry requirements: None. Starts: September 2018 Part-time | Evening | 10 weeks | £119 Elegance and Enlightenment: English society in the eighteenth century A course for lovers of the arts and social history, looking at elegant Georgian life, the many innovations and developments in the time of enlightenment and advances in all aspects of eighteenth century life - for rich and poor. Entry requirements: None.

Starts: September 2018 Part-time | Daytime | 10 weeks | £119 Leisure and hobby Central Brighton Campus Central Brighton Campus The Novel as Social History: London Within every piece of fiction is a wealth of information on culture and social life. We study the social and cultural history by exploring background information we are absorbing unwittingly. Join the lively discussions within this book club. Entry requirements: None. Starts: September 2018, January 2019 Weekend | Daytime | 5 weeks | £62 The Edwardians: A Golden Age (1900–1910) In the panelled Macquoid Room, we study the short ‘Golden Age’ before ‘the black pit of war’ that was to change the idyll of elegant living for the wealthy socialising on a grand scale. This period was also a tarnished age for the poor living in slums. Entry requirements: None.

Starts: October 2018 Part-time | Daytime | 8 weeks | £96 Please note: This course takes place at Preston Manor, Brighton. The Novel as Social History: London - Second impressions We take a further look at London, as our theme. Writers include Charles Dickens, Henry James, Agatha Christie, Julian Barnes, Muriel Spark and P.G. Wodehouse. Entry requirements: None. Starts: January 2019 Part-time | Weekend | 5 weeks | £62 £ A B C £62 £47 £31 For full course details, including start dates, times, fees and how to apply, please visit gbmc.ac.uk/PT A House in Mourning We study how death and mourning were part of everyday life in Victorian England. Death played an intricate and symbolic role. Mourning was filled with ritual and spawned much industry in the way of clothing, jewellery, teapots, stationery and everything associated with undertaking. Entry requirements: None.

Starts: October 2018 Weekend | Daytime | 1 day | £25 Please note: This course takes place at Preston Manor, Brighton £ A B C £119 £90 £60 £ A B C £119 £90 £60 £ A B C £96 £72 £48 £ A B C £62 £47 £31 Discounts available depending on your circumstances. More details on page 130. £ Courses open to international students. More details on page 14.

66 67 History An Edwardian Christmas We go back in time to study how Edwardian families celebrated the festive season and how their servants prepared for it. We look at some of the customs, traditions, food and entertainments of the period and discover the origins of father Christmas, Christmas crackers, tree and cards. Entry requirements: None. Starts: December 2018 Weekend | Daytime | 1 day | £25 Please note: This course takes place at Preston Manor, Brighton Culture and Society Between the Wars 1918–1939 In the panelled Macquoid Room, we study how life changed after the First World War—high living for the wealthy declined with lack of servants, but cultural life took on a particular aspect reflected in architecture, design, fashion, music, literature, cinema and the distinctive style of Art Deco and Modernism. Entry requirements: None.

A Sussex Christmas: Customs, Myths and Legends of Winter in the Festive Season We study the origins, meaning and significance of winter and Christmas customs—from Pagan to mid-twentieth century—and how these traditions have evolved. Discover who Saint Nicholas was and some of the myths surrounding Christmas in Sussex from Winchelsea to Rye. Entry requirements: None. Starts: December 2018 Weekend | Daytime | 1 day | £25 Keep the Homefires Burning – Women in the First World War The domestic, working and social life of women on the Homefront during World War One—the impact it had during this period and its life-changing effects post-war. Part 2, Women, Wartime and the Homefront (WWII) starts in March 2019. Entry requirements: None.

Starts: November 2018 Weekend | Daytime | 1 day | £25 Starts: January 2019 Part-time | Daytime | 8 weeks | £96 Please note: This course takes place at Preston Manor, Brighton Gorgeous Georgians – Life in eighteenth century England Gorgeous, grand, ghastly, grotesque, greedy, gin-drinking, gluttonous, gamblers – the colourful, inventive, fabulously wealthy, devastatingly poor Georgians. We look at high and low society, including some interesting personalities of the period. Entry requirements: None.

Starts: January 2019 Part-time | Daytime | 10 weeks | £119 A Grand Tour of Georgian and Regency Indulgence An insight into the late Georgian and Regency period of Brighton and its development. We will cover high and low society, highlighting some interesting personalities of the time. We will also look at different influences in architecture and fashion, and read from Jane Austen and other writers and romantic poets. Entry requirements: None. Starts: April 2019 Part-time | Daytime | 5 weeks | £62 Space, Light and Speed: Art Deco and Modernism 1918–1939 The distinctive iconic style of space, light and speed, utilised modern technology and innovations such as plastic, chrome, aluminium and electricity. We will look at the iconic style of Art Deco and clean lines of Modernism, the differences between the two and their influences.

Entry requirements: None. Starts: April 2019 Part-time | Evening | 5 weeks | £62 Summer in the City: exploring Brighton’s unique history The fascinating history of Brighton, providing a brief historical overview and looking at early maps. On three field trips we will get to know our unique city, discovering hidden gems and finding out how a small Georgian fishing town became the vibrant seaside resort it is today. Entry requirements: None. Starts: May 2019 Weekend | Daytime | 5 weeks | £62 Women, Wartime and the Homefront (WWII) Following on from Part 1, Keep the Homefires Burning – Women in the First World War, we study life for women during wartime and how they coped during the later 1940s after war had ended and life had changed completely.

Entry requirements: None. Starts: March 2019 Weekend | Daytime | 1 day | £25 Central Brighton Campus Central Brighton Campus Leisure and hobby For full course details, including start dates, times, fees and how to apply, please visit gbmc.ac.uk/PT Central Brighton Campus Discounts available depending on your circumstances. More details on page 130. £ Courses open to international students. More details on page 14. Summer reading: Books, books and more books! Recommendations, discussion, background social history and novels to read before class. If you like books, literature and social history — this is for you! A different, unusual, exciting way of reading and learning in a friendly, relaxed group. Entry requirements: None.

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Central Brighton Campus 68 European languages French - Year 1 We will focus on speaking and listening skills, with grammar only taught as necessary for comprehension. You will master pronunciation and simple phrases for everyday communication, such as greetings, ordering food and drink, and asking for directions. Entry requirements: You will need to be reasonably computer literate and able to access websites recommended for self-study. Starts: September 2018 Part-time | Evening | 30 weeks | £320 Italian - Year 1 This course is designed to ensure you are able to understand basic Italian and become confident in everyday scenarios quickly. We will cover conversational themes such as greetings; talking about yourself and your family; ordering food; and asking for and giving directions.

Entry requirements: You will need to be reasonably computer literate and able to access websites recommended for self-study. Starts: September 2018 Part-time | Evening | 30 weeks | £320 Holiday Spanish This course will enable you to interact with native speakers. You will develop basic language skills for ordering food and drink, shopping, and everyday communication. Entry requirements: None. Starts: September 2018 Part-time | Evening | 10 weeks | £145 Starts: November 2018, June 2019 Weekend | Daytime | 5 weeks | £88 French - Year 2 If you already have a basic grasp of French or remember some from school, this course is set at your level. We will focus on speaking and listening, with some written and grammatical work assigned as homework. You will learn to speak in both present and past tense about topics such as work and leisure, accommodation, travel, and health. We will work in pairs and groups to maximise practice. Entry requirements: You will need to be reasonably computer literate and able to access websites recommended for self-study.

Starts: September 2018 Part-time | Evening | 30 weeks | £320 69 Further Spanish Further develop your knowledge of Spanish. We will focus on speaking and listening, with some written and grammatical work assigned as homework. You will learn to speak in both present and past tense about topics such as work and leisure, accommodation, travel, and health. We will work in pairs and groups to maximise practice. Spanish - Year 1 We focus on speaking and listening skills, with grammar only taught as necessary for comprehension. You will master pronunciation and simple phrases for everyday communication, such as greetings, order food and drink, and asking for directions. Entry requirements: You will need to be reasonably computer literate and able to access websites recommended for self-study.

Starts: September 2018 | Part-time Daytime or Evening | 30 weeks | £320 Starts: January 2019 Part-time | Evening | 20 weeks | £214 Spanish - Year 2 We will focus on speaking and listening, with some written and grammatical work assigned as homework. You will learn to speak in both present and past tense about topics such as work and leisure, accommodation, travel, and health. We will work in pairs and groups to maximise practice. Entry requirements: Completion of the beginners course or basic knowledge of Spanish. You will need to be reasonably computer literate and able to access websites recommended for self-study. Starts: September 2018 Part-time | Evening | 30 weeks | £320 Entry requirements: Completion of the beginners course or basic knowledge of Spanish. Starts: September 2018 Part-time | Evening | 30 weeks | £320 Central Brighton Campus Leisure and hobby We also run language courses at our Broadwater Campus in Worthing (page 104) and our West Durrington Campus, Worthing (page 123).

+ For full course details, including start dates, times, fees and how to apply, please visit gbmc.ac.uk/PT Discounts available depending on your circumstances. More details on page 130. £ Courses open to international students. More details on page 14. £ A B C £320 £240 £160 £ A B C £320 £240 £160 £ A B C £320 £240 £160 £ A B C £88 £66 £44 £ A B C £320 £240 £160 £ A B C £320 £240 £160 £ A B C £320 £240 £160 £ A B C £214 £161 £107

70 British Sign Language Introduction to BSL Learn the basic vocabulary and grammar of British Sign Language (BSL) in order to communicate with deaf people. We will cover meeting people; exchanging personal information; describing objects and locations; getting around; food and drink; and more. You will also find out more about the Deaf community and Deaf culture. Entry requirements: None. Starts: September 2018 Part-time | Evening | 30 weeks | £263 Intermediate BSL Following on from the Introduction course, you will improve your knowledge of the vocabulary and grammar of British Sign Language (BSL). We will cover describing objects and locations; getting around; food and drink; numbers; calendars; emotions; weather; and more. You will also find out more about the Deaf community and Deaf culture. Starts: September 2018 Part-time | Daytime | 20 weeks | £263 Starts: September 2018 Weekend | Daytime | 20 weeks | £191 Starts: January 2019 Part-time | Daytime | 10 weeks | £145 Entry requirements: Completion of the Introduction course or knowledge of the language. Starts: January 2019 Part-time | Daytime | 20 weeks | £263 Central Brighton Campus Leisure and hobby For full course details, including start dates, times, fees and how to apply, please visit gbmc.ac.uk/PT Business and professional courses Leisure and hobby courses East Brighton Campus Discounts available depending on your circumstances. More details on page 130. £ Courses open to international students. More details on page 14. £ A B C £263 £198 £132 £ A B C £263 £198 £132 £ A B C £263 £198 £132 £ A B C £191 £144 £76 £ A B C £145 £109 £73 71

73 Carpentry and Joinery City & Guilds Level 1 Foundation Diploma As a beginner you may wish to develop your carpentry and joinery skills for DIY purposes. Alternatively you may be aiming for a career change. Either way, this course provides an ideal opportunity to gain the necessary practical skills; learn how to use hand and power tools safely; and adopt relevant health and safety working practices. This course leads to an accredited City & Guilds Construction Skills qualification and, upon successful completion, the opportunity to progress to Level 2.

Entry requirements: Interview required. Starts: September 2018 Part-time | Evenings | 36 weeks | £1,519 Level 2 Architectural Joinery NVQ This NVQ is delivered in your workplace and can start at any point throughout the year. It has been designed to develop and recognise your skills, knowledge and competence so that you can work as a bench joiner or architectural joiner or progress onto further learning. There are four compulsory units covering health, safety and working practices, and manufacturing routine architectural joinery products, plus one additional unit chosen by you. Entry requirements: Working in industry as a joiner. Two GCSEs at 9-1 (A*-G) or equivalent. Interview required.

Starts: various On-site assessment | 18 months | £1,250 Level 2 Site Carpentry NVQ This NVQ is delivered in your workplace and can start at any point throughout the year. It has been designed to develop and recognise your skills, knowledge and competence so that you can work as a site carpenter or progress onto further learning. There are three compulsory units covering health, safety and working practices, and three additional units chosen by you from topics such as installing first fixing components; maintaining non-structural carpentry work; and erecting non-structural carcassing components. Entry requirements: Working in industry as a carpenter. Two GCSEs at 9-1 (A*-G) or equivalent. Interview required.

Starts: various On-site assessment | 18 months | £1,250 Bench Joinery City & Guilds Level 2 Diploma This course will develop your practical skills, knowledge and understanding of bench joinery and the construction industry. You will gain experience using a range of construction site tools and equipment in our workshops which simulate the workplace. Upon successful completion, you may enter employment or progress onto Level 3. Entry requirements: You may not be offered a place if you do not have relevant experience or a Level 1 qualification.

Starts: September 2018 | Part-time Daytime/Evening | 33 weeks | £1,519 East Brighton Campus Business and professional For full course details, including start dates, times, fees and how to apply, please visit gbmc.ac.uk/PT page 5 See our facilities on

74 75 Site Carpentry City & Guilds Level 2 Diploma This course is designed to develop your practical skills, knowledge and understanding of bench joinery, and knowledge of the construction industry in general. Our workshops are designed to provide you with learning facilities which simulate the workplace. This enables you to gain experience using a range of woodworking machinery and equipment as part of the workshop programme. Upon successful completion, you will be able to either find employment or progress onto Level 3. Entry requirements: You may not be offered a place if you do not have relevant experience or a Level 1 qualification.

Starts: September 2018 | Part-time Daytime/evening | 36 weeks | £1,519 Site Carpentry City & Guilds Level 3 Diploma Designed to further develop your practical skills, knowledge and understanding of bench joinery and the construction industry. We will explore issues of sustainability and the impact the construction industry has on the environment. You will gain experience using a range of construction site tools and equipment in our workshops which simulate the workplace. Entry requirements: A Level 2 NVQ or Diploma in Carpentry. Interview required. Starts: September 2018 Part-time | Daytime | 36 weeks | £3,345 Carpentry Bench Joinery City & Guilds Level 3 Diploma Designed to further develop your practical skills, knowledge and understanding of bench joinery and the construction industry. We will explore issues of sustainability and the impact the construction industry has on the environment. You will gain experience using a range of woodworking machinery and equipment in our workshops which simulate the workplace.

Entry requirements: A Level 2 NVQ or Diploma in Carpentry. Interview required. Starts: September 2018 Part-time | Daytime | 36 weeks | £3,345 Level 2 Diploma in Electrical Installations This course is designed for new entrants to the industry, providing you with the basic skills and experience you need to progress onto further training (Level 3) within electrotechnology. You will gain experience working in our workshops which simulate the workplace. Entry requirements: Two GCSEs at 9-1 (A*-G) or equivalent. Interview required.

Starts: September 2018 Part-time | Evening | 36 weeks | £1,475 Level 3 Diploma in Electrical Installations The next step towards becoming a qualified electrician. Along with health and safety principles, you will learn about different types of cables and working environments, as well as inspection, testing and commissioning of electrical installations. You will also gain experience working in our workshops which simulate the workplace. On successful completion, you will be at an Improver/Electrician’s Mate level.

Entry requirements: Completion of a Level 2 Electrical Installations qualification within five years of starting this course. Two GCSEs at 9-4 (A*-C) or equivalent. Interview required. Starts: September 2018 Part-time | Evening | 36 weeks | £3,450 Electrical installation Eligible for an Advanced Learner Loan. More details on page 130 East Brighton Campus East Brighton Campus Business and professional For full course details, including start dates, times, fees and how to apply, please visit gbmc.ac.uk/PT page 5 See our facilities on

sS See our 76 77 Plumbing City & Guilds Level 1 Diploma in Plumbing Studies This course will provide you with basic knowledge of plumbing principles. Our workshops are designed to provide you with learning facilities which simulate the workplace. On successful completion, you can progress to a Level 2 Diploma or NVQ. Entry requirements: Two GCSEs at 9-1 (A*-G) or equivalent. Interview required. Starts: September 2018 Part-time | Evening | 30 weeks | £1,475 City & Guilds Level 2 Diploma in Plumbing Studies This course will progress your knowledge of plumbing, drainage and heating systems, as well as electrical principles, sanitation, and health and safety. Our workshops are designed to provide you with learning facilities which simulate the workplace. On successful completion, you will be at an Improver/Plumber’s Mate level. Entry requirements: Completion of a Level 1 Diploma in Plumbing Studies. Two GCSEs at 9-1 (A*-G) or equivalent. Interview required. Starts: September 2018 Part-time | Evening | 36 weeks | £1,475 For full course details, including start dates, times, fees and how to apply, please visit gbmc.ac.uk/PT Decorative Effects - Part 1 This introduction to decorative paint effects will cover specialist skills such as graining, marbling and broken colour. Working in our workshop which simulates real life working conditions, you will build up a portfolio of skills to use at home or for prospective clients. Parts 2 and 3 will follow. Please check our website for updates. Entry requirements: None.

Starts: January 2019 Part-time | Evening | 6 weeks | £258 Level 2 Painting and Decorating Diploma This course will teach you the skills you will need to work within the painting and decorating industry. You will practice in our workshop that simulates real working conditions. On successful completion, you can enter employment or progress onto Level 3. Entry requirements: Demonstrable knowledge of maths, drawing skills and written communication. Starts: September 2018 Part-time | Daytime | 36 weeks | £2,055 Introduction to Furniture Making During this short course you will learn the basics of furniture design, how to use the appropriate tools and develop your carpentry skills by making an occasional hardwood table. On completion you could progress to an accredited carpentry course. Entry requirements: None.

September 2018, January 2019, April 2019 Part-time | Evening | 10 weeks | £380 DIY Basic Home Maintenance Learn a variety of home maintenance skills including basic plumbing repairs; grouting, cutting and laying tiles; repairing plastered walls; cutting skirting boards/dado rails; and putting up shelves on different surfaces. Entry requirements: None. November 2018, January 2019, February 2019 Part-time | Evening | 6 weeks | £232 East Brighton Campus Business and professional / Hobby and leisure Decoration and maintenance More courses page 78 Courses open to international students. More details on page 14. page 5 See our facilities on

79 78 Motor Business and professional MOT Testing (Classes 4 and 7) City and Guilds Level 2 Award If you want to become a qualified MOT tester, you must successfully complete this qualification. The final part of the MOT qualification is an on-site assessment of you conducting an MOT by a DVSA inspector. Entry requirements: Hold the required driving licence for the class of vehicle you wish to test, and appropriate industry-recognised qualifications. Minimum 4 years’ experience within the trade. Starts: Various Full-time | Daytime | 4 days | £800 Light Vehicle Maintenance and Repair Competence City & Guilds Level 3 Diploma For anyone developing a career in the motor industry. This practical qualification will demonstrate your skills on the job, in your own workplace, and show that you meet national standards for automotive workers.

Entry requirements: Two GCSEs at grade A*-G (9-1) or equivalent. Interview required. September 2018 | Part-time | Evening 36 weeks + 6 months onsite assessment | £5,421 For full course details, including start dates, times, fees and how to apply, please visit gbmc.ac.uk/PT Sport Business and professional Gym Instructor YMCA Level 2 Certificate If you are interested in sport and leisure, this course will launch your career in the ever-expanding fitness sector, for roles such as a personal trainer or gym instructor.

Entry requirements: None. Starts: October 2018, January 2019 Part-time | Evening | 14 weeks | £629 Personal Training YMCA Level 3 Certificate This qualification will recognise the skills, knowledge and competence required to work unsupervised as a personal trainer. We will cover baseline assessment; nutritional advice; and progressive programming; all specific to an individual’s needs. This course also includes free enrolment to the NCFE Level 2 Certificate in Understanding Nutrition and Health. Entry requirements: Completion of a Level 2 gym instructor qualification or equivalent. Starts: September 2018 Part-time and Weekend | Evening and Daytime 17 weeks | £1,600 Eligible for an Advanced Learner Loan. More details on page 130.

Level 2 Painting and Decorating NVQ This NVQ is delivered in your workplace and can start at any point throughout the year. It has been designed to develop and recognise your skills, knowledge and competence so that you can work in decorative finishing and industrial painting occupations, or progress to further training. There are five compulsory units covering health, safety and working practices, as well as preparing surfaces and applying paint systems. Entry requirements: Working in industry carrying out painting and decorating tasks. Two GCSEs at 9-1 (A*-G) or equivalent. Interview required. Starts: Various On-site assessment | 18 months | £1,250 Level 2 Building Maintenance, Multi-trade Repair and Refurbishment operations NVQ This NVQ is delivered in your workplace and can start at any point throughout the year. It has been designed to develop and recognise your skills, knowledge and competence so that you can work in two or more of the following, including carpentry and joinery, painting and decorating, tiling, roofing or trowel operations, or progress to further training. Entry requirements: Working in industry carrying out maintenance operations. Two GCSEs at 9-1 (A*-G) or equivalent. Interview required. Starts: Various On-site assessment | 18 months | £1,250 Decoration and maintenance East Brighton Campus East Brighton Campus Courses open to international students. More details on page 14.

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82 83 Accountancy CIPD AAT Level 1 Award in Bookkeeping This course will develop your practical bookkeeping skills and allow you to progress onto further study in either accountancy or bookkeeping with AAT, or into employment. It is particularly suited to students with minimal work experience or adults seeking to validate their existing skills Human Resource Practice CIPD Certificate in HR level 3 This course covers the role of HR within an organisational context; and how to record, analyse and use HR information effectively. You will need to allocate a minimum of two hours self-directed study per week.

Entry requirements: CIPD membership (not included in course fees). Work experience in a related occupation is preferable. Interview required. Starts: September 2018, January 2019 Part-time | Evening | 36 weeks | £1,265 Learning and Development Practice CIPD level 3 Certificate You will learn the importance of learning and development within the wider organisation. You will be introduced to the concept of documenting relevant information so it can be interpreted and used beneficially, and study how to deliver related activities. You will need to allocate a minimum of two hours self-directed study per week.

Entry requirements: CIPD membership (not included in course fees). Interview required. Starts: September 2018, January 2019 Part-time | Evening | 36 weeks | £1,265 Human Resources Management CIPD Certificate in HR Level 5 Build on your expertise and gain CIPD Associate membership. The course is formed of three core units; developing professional practice; business issues and the context of HR; and using information in HR. Entry requirements: CIPD membership (not included in course fees). Level 3 Certificate in HR Practice or equivalent. Experience in an HR role at administrator/advisor level. Interview required. Starts: April 2019 Part-time | Evening | 36 weeks | £2,100 AAT Advanced Diploma (Level 3) This course includes units on financial and management accounting; using spreadsheets; professional ethics; and VAT. Successful completion will leave you well-placed to enter the job market. The cost of the first exam is included. Retakes incur additional costs. AAT membership fees are not included. Entry requirements: Completion of the AAT Level 2 Certificate. Excellent spoken and written English. Interview required.

Starts: September 2018 | Part-time Daytime or Evening | 38 weeks | £1,910 AAT Professional Diploma (Level 4) You will develop a range of advanced skills in financial and management accounting and budgeting. There are two optional units, allowing you to concentrate on specialist areas. The cost of the first exam is included. Retakes incur additional costs. AAT membership fees are not included. Entry requirements: Completion of the AAT Level 3 Diploma. Excellent spoken and written English. Interview required.

Starts: September 2018 | Part-time Daytime or Evening | 40 weeks | £1,987 AAT Level 2 Certificate A solid introduction to bookkeeping and accountancy. A combination of both classroom and self-directed study allows you the flexibility to pace your study according to your personal circumstances. We will explore both manual and computerised bookkeeping, as well as management accounting and work skills. The fees include initial AAT membership costs and the first exam of each unit. We also run accountancy courses at our Central Brighton Campus. See page 18. We also run CIPD courses at our Central Brighton Campus. See page 21. + + Business and professional Business and professional For full course details, including start dates, times, fees and how to apply, please visit gbmc.ac.uk/PT Eligible for an Advanced Learner Loan. More details on page 130.

Worthing | Broadwater Campus Worthing | Broadwater Campus Entry requirements: Interview required. September 2018, January 2019, April 2019 Part-time | Evening | 12 weeks | £350 Entry requirements: Interview required. Starts: September 2018 | Part-time Daytime and Evening | 31 weeks | £999 Starts: January 2019 Part-time | Evening | 31 weeks | £999 Courses open to international students. More details on page 14. Funding maybe available for this course depending on your circumstances.

84 85 For full course details, including start dates, times, fees and how to apply, please visit gbmc.ac.uk/PT Counselling We also run Counselling courses at our Central Brighton Campus. See page 22. + Counselling CPCAB Level 2 Award This qualification will give you the underpinning knowledge, skills and competencies to use counselling skills ethically and safely in a variety of contexts and roles. This qualification could lead to employment, or provide additional skills if your work involves supporting others.

Entry requirements: 18+ but no previous training/ experience required. Starts: September 2018 | Part-time Daytime or Evening | 1 year | £830 Counselling CPCAB Level 3 Award This qualification is for those with a recognised qualification in counselling skills who wish to take the next step in training to become a counsellor, or learn more about counselling theory, ethics and mental health. Entry requirements: 19+. Completed the Level 2 (75 guided learning hours) or equivalent. Interview required. Starts: September 2018 Part-time | Daytime | 1 year | £999 Education and Training NCFE Level 3 Award This introductory course is designed as a ‘survival guide’ for those entering the teaching or training market for the first time, or if you are an existing teacher/trainer who would like a recognised qualification. We will cover key issues such as overcoming barriers to learning, planning, delivery, and assessment. Increase your confidence and broaden your repertoire of effective, evidence-based teaching methods. Assessing Competence in the Work Environment Level 3 This course is run on a 1:1 basis. The main focus is quality assurance of other’s assessment decisions, and comprises of a mandatory unit and a selection of optional units.

Entry requirements: Interview required. Starts: Various Part-time | 12 weeks | £670 Education and training We also run education and training courses at our West Durrington Campus (page 106) and our Central Brighton Campus (page 23). + Business and professional Business and professional Business and professional Business and professional TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) Preparatory This course is the essential first step if you are interested in teaching English as a Foreign Language (EFL) or English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) as a career. Entry requirements: Interview required. Starts: September 2018 Part-time | Evening | 12 weeks | £335 Internal Quality Assurance of Assessment Processes Level 4 This course is run on a 1:1 basis. The main focus is quality assurance of other’s assessment decisions, and comprises of a mandatory unit and a selection of optional units.

Entry requirements: Interview required. Starts: Various Part-time | 12 weeks | £670 TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) Certificate (CertTESOL) Level 5 This intensive course will give you the skills you need for Teaching English as a Foreign Language. Trinity College, London TESOL Certificate is an internationally recognised qualification that will enable you to teach in the UK or overseas, and within the British Council. Fees include the Trinity College moderation fee. Entry requirements: Trinity College interviewing procedure consists of a language awareness test, self-awareness test, a short essay on a general topic and an interview with a tutor. Candidates who have not completed the preparatory course will need to complete the distance learning pack prior to interview.

Starts: April 2019 | Part-time + Weekend Daytime and Evening | 12 weeks | £1,575 Entry requirements: Level 2 English skills. Interview required. Starts: September 2018, January 2019 Part-time | Daytime or Evening | 12 weeks | £435 Worthing | Broadwater Campus Worthing | Broadwater Campus Courses open to international students. More details on page 14.

86 87 IT and computing We also run IT and computing courses at our Central Campus in Brighton. See page 25. + Introduction to Programming using Python This course is suitable if you want to learn programming from scratch; if you are thinking about studying computing/computer science or web development and want to know if it is for you; if you are a teacher delivering programming for the first time; or if you are a parent who wants to understand computer science homework. Entry requirements: Basic computing skills. Starts: September 2018 Part-time | Evening | 8 weeks | £304 Introduction to PHP and MYSQL Server side processing is at the core of many major websites, whether booking tickets or shopping, or messaging on social media sites. This course is a practical introduction to programming server side applications. We start by introducing programming using the PHP language and then databases using MYSQL. We will then use these skills to build simple server side applications. Entry requirements: Competency using folders, editing text and navigating around the c: drive. Starts: May 2019 Part-time | Evening | 8 weeks | £304 Introduction to HTML, CSS and Javascript 1 This fast-paced course provides an introduction to modern web design. You will learn to write HTML and CSS in a text editor to produce complaint web pages, and how to program a client side programming language (Javascript and JQuery) to make pages dynamic and interactive. We will also introduce web design techniques that allow pages to be viewed on both desktop and mobile clients. Suitable for teachers wishing to introduce coding to the curriculum.

Entry requirements: Basic computing skills. Starts: November 2018, February 2019 Part-time | Evening | 8 weeks | £304 For full course details, including start dates, times, fees and how to apply, please visit gbmc.ac.uk/PT Business and professional Business and management We also run Business and management courses at our Central Brighton Campus. See page 20. + Principles of Leadership and Management ILM Level 3 Certificate Gain a range of management skills that you can apply to your role, including; building your leadership capabilities; motivating and engaging teams; performance management; and managing work relationships.

Entry requirements: Interview required. Access to a workplace suitable to complete necessary assignments. Starts: September 2018, January 2019 Part-time | Evening | 25 weeks | £724 Leadership and Management ILM level 5 Certificate This course is designed for project managers, department heads, and other practising middle managers and is delivered in a mix of classroom and distance learning units. Develop your skills and experience, improve your performance and prepare for senior management responsibilities. See our website for full details.

Entry requirements: Completed an ILM Level 3 management course or equivalent. Starts: September 2018 Part-time | Evening | 30 weeks | £1,880 Business and professional Worthing | Broadwater Campus Worthing | Broadwater Campus Eligible for an Advanced Learner Loan. More details on page 130.

88 89 Engineering Business and professional Business and professional Carpentry Engineering City & Guilds Level 3 This course provides underpinning knowledge and practical training in complex machining techniques, and pneumatic and hydraulic systems. It fulfils the role of a Technical Certificate. Entry requirements: GCSE English and Maths at 9-4 (A*-C), Level 2 Certificate in Engineering or relevant industry experience with GCSE Maths 9-4 (A*-C). Interview required. Starts: September 2018 | Full-time Daytime | 2 years | £1,672.50 per annum General Engineering BTEC HNC Gain the technical knowledge to progress to a variety of degree-level courses and careers. We will cover mechanical principles; engineering materials; computer aided design and manufacture; and more. Entry requirements: BTEC National Certificate or Diploma in Engineering, or other related BTEC Level 3 qualification or related work experience plus a successful completion of a maths assessment that will take place at interview.

Starts: September 2018 | Full-time Daytime | 2 years | £1,570 per annum Electrical/Electronic Engineering BTEC HNC This course will provide you with the technical level of competence to progress onto a variety of degree courses and careers. We will cover engineering science; microprocessor systems; business management techniques; operational amplifiers; and more. Electronic Engineering EDEXCEL Level 3 Diploma Learn the underpinning knowledge and skills needed to work as a technician within electrical/ electronic engineering. We will cover analogue and digital electronics; microelectronics; testing and fault finding; and more. On successful completion, you could progress to a degree-level course. Entry requirements: Four GCSEs at 9-4 (A*-C) including Mathematics and Science or BTEC First Diploma in Engineering (or equivalent). Interview required.

Starts: September 2018 | Full-time Daytime | 2 years | £2,710.50 per annum Mechanical Engineering EDEXCEL Level 3 Diploma You will learn the underpinning knowledge and skills required to undertake work as an technician engineer within mechanical and manufacturing engineering. On successful completion, you could progress to a degree-level course. Entry requirements: Four GCSEs at 9-4 (A*-C), including maths and science or a BTEC First Diploma in Engineering (or equivalent). Starts: September 2018 | Full-time Daytime | 2 years | £2,711 per annum For full course details, including start dates, times, fees and how to apply, please visit gbmc.ac.uk/PT £ £ £ Carpentry and Joinery City & Guilds Level 1 Diploma Our industry-experienced staff will teach you hand tool skills, allowing you to form basic woodworking joints and progress onto more complex projects such as small window frames. We will also cover the principles of building and construction, and health and safety.

Entry requirements: A reasonable standard of literacy and numeracy. Interview required. Starts: September 2018 Part-time | Evening | 1 year | £1,475 £ £ £ Entry requirements: BTEC National Certificate or Diploma in Engineering or other related Level 3 qualification. Interview required. Starts: September 2018 | Full-time Daytime | 2 years | £1,570 per annum Worthing | Broadwater Campus Worthing | Broadwater Campus Discounts available depending on your circumstances. More details on page 130. £

90 Beauty and holistics Beauty therapy VTCT Level 2 Extended Diploma This course will develop your skills for facials, eye treatments, waxing, manicure, gel polish, pedicure, and make-up. We will also cover health and safety procedures, and reception duties. On successful completion, you will have the option of progressing to Level 3 or gaining employment. There is a strong element of theory, including anatomy and physiology, and a weekly minimum of 4–5 hours of home study Entry requirements: A friendly mature attitude, good communication skills, punctuality and impeccable attendance, as well as taking pride in your personal appearance. A good level of English reading, writing and comprehension. Grade 3 (C) or equivalent in GCSE English and Science is desirable but not essential. Aged 19+. Starts: September 2018 Part-time | Daytime | 35 weeks | £1,761 Hair and make-up artistry VTCT Level 2 Diploma (1 year) This course will develop your knowledge and skills to plan for and provide makeup applications; hair preparations; fashion and editorial makeup; and face and body painting. We will also cover relevant anatomy and physiology, and health and safety. On successful completion, you may progress to the Level 3 Extended Diploma in Theatrical and Media Hair and Makeup course.

Entry requirements: GCSE grade 9-3/4 (C/D) or equivalent in English (reading, writing and comprehension). GCSE Science is highly desirable. Demonstration of core competencies may be required. Starts: September 2018 Part-time | Daytime | 35 weeks | £1,699 Theatrical and media make-up VTCT Level 3 Extended Diploma (1 year) This course is aimed at those who wish to pursue a career as an employed or self-employed makeup artist. We will cover health and safety in the salon; cosmetic makeup science; media makeup (character/special effects); photographic makeup; anatomy and physiology; airbrush makeup; false eyelash application; styling and dressing hair; design visualisation; and more. You are also required to complete a weekly minimum of 4-5 hours of home study Entry requirements: GCSEs grade 9-3 (A*-C) in science, maths and English or equivalent. Level 2 Hair and Makeup Artistry qualification. Portfolio of work.

Starts: September 2018 Part-time | Daytime | 35 weeks | £2,583 Beauty therapy VTCT Level 3 Extended Diploma This course covers micro-dermabrasion; electrical facial and body treatments; body analysis; Swedish body massage; mechanical massage; social media/ marketing; and more. You will need to complete a weekly minimum of 4–5 hours home study, and complete salon sessions outside class time to ensure that you maintain your Level 2 and Level 3 beauty skills. Entry requirements: 19+. Level 2 Beauty Therapy qualification. A good level of English (reading, writing and comprehension). A good reference. Starts: September 2018 Part-time | Daytime | 35 weeks | £1,761 £ £ £ £ Please be aware that bursaries will not cover childcare for these hours. • Massage • Nail treatments such as manicures, pedicures, nail technology • Threading Register your interest We are also planning on running the following short courses. If you are interested, please register your interest with our Admissions team: 0845 155 60 60 or admissions-worthing@gbmc.ac.uk We also run beauty therapy courses at our Central Brighton Campus. See page 31. + Please note that for all one-year make-up and beauty courses: • We require a minimum of 95% attendance and you will be required to make up any missed hours • Courses are approximately 2/3 days a week • You are required to complete a minimum 30 hours’ work experience outside of your core hours • You must show commitment and flexibility as due to exams, trips and training days, timetable changes may occur • Bursaries will not cover childcare for these hours • Compulsory uniform and kit must be purchased for these courses (costs available at gbmc.ac.uk) Business and professional Business and professional Eligible for an Advanced Learner Loan. More details on page 130.

Discounts available depending on your circumstances. More details on page 130. £ For full course details, including start dates, times, fees and how to apply, please visit gbmc.ac.uk/PT Worthing | Broadwater Campus Worthing | Broadwater Campus 91

92 93 English and mathematics Hairdressing and barbering Hairdressing VTCT Level 2 Diploma Embark on your hairdressing career with the practical experience and knowledge you will gain from this course. Learn how to wash, cut, colour and lighten, set and dress, and style hair. Gain valuable work experience in our professional salon. Entry requirements: 19+. Five GCSEs at 9-3 (A*-C) including maths and English, or demonstrable numeracy and literacy. Interview required. Starts: September 2018 Part-time | Daytime | 36 weeks | £1,710 GCSE English Language This qualification is essential for many other courses and jobs. You will develop your spoken communication, language, reading, and creative writing skills. We will study a variety of texts, develop your writing skills and participate in listening activities.

Entry requirements: Assessment of your English skills to ensure you are at a sufficient level for the course. September 2018 | Part-time | 36 weeks Free if you do not hold a grade 4 (C) or above GCSE Maths Develop a positive attitude towards maths and the ability to solve problems. Learn to enjoy using and applying maths with confidence and gain this qualification often sought by employers. Entry requirements: Assessment of your core maths skills to ensure you are at a sufficient level for the course. September 2018 | Part-time | 36 weeks Free if you do not hold a grade 4 (C) or above £ Hairdressing VTCT Level 3 Diploma This course will prepare you for senior supervisory roles or for teaching hairdressing. Develop your creative hairdressing skills, whilst also learning how to contribute to the planning and implementation of promotional activities.

Entry requirements: Working as a senior stylist, manager, trainer or salon owner. Completion of a Level 2 Diploma in Hairdressing. Interview required. Starts: September 2018 Part-time | Daytime | 36 weeks | £3,345 £ Barbering VTCT Level 2 Diploma Learn how to wash and cut hair using barbering techniques; cut facial hair; and dry and finish men’s hair. You will also gain valuable work experience in our professional salon. Entry requirements: 19+. Five GCSEs at 9-3 (A*-C) including maths and English, or demonstrable numeracy and literacy. Interview required.

Starts: September 2018 Part-time | Daytime | 36 weeks | £865 £ For full course details, including start dates, times, fees and how to apply, please visit gbmc.ac.uk/PT Business and professional Business and professional Business and professional Business and professional We also run hairdressing and barbering courses at our Central Campus in Brighton. See page 40. + We also run English and mathematics courses at our Central Campus in Brighton. See page 43. + Worthing | Broadwater Campus Worthing | Broadwater Campus Discounts available depending on your circumstances. More details on page 130. £

94 95 ESOL Read - Write Edexcel ESOL This course is designed to support ESOL students with literacy skills. Courses have two lessons per week. September 2019, February 2019 Part-time | Daytime | 17 weeks September 2019, February 2019 Part-time | Evening | 17 weeks UK/EU: £490 Non EU: £680 £ ESOL courses are designed for people living in the UK who want to improve their English. You will improve your grammar, vocabulary and functional English through speaking, listening, reading and writing, as well as learning about British life and culture. Most courses have a final Edexcel ESOL exam in Speaking and Listening, Reading or Writing.

To apply, please contact the ESOL department on 01903 273166. We also run ESOL courses at our Central Brighton Campus. See page 44. + English for Speakers of Other Languages Access to Higher Education Health & Health Sciences LASER Learning Awards Level 3 Access to Higher Education This course will prepare you to study at university-level for a range of health professions such as medicine, nursing, paramedic science, midwifery, and osteopathy. Entry requirements: GCSE grade 9-4 (A*-C) in English and maths. GCSE Science (Biology) preferable. Interview required. Starts: September 2018 Part-time | 1 day per week | 1 year Social Sciences LASER Learning Awards Level 3 Access to Higher Education This course will prepare you to study at university-level for a range of careers such as teaching, social work, psychology, and criminology. Entry requirements: GCSE grade 9-4 (A*-C) in English and grade 9-5 (A*-D) in maths. Additional GCSEs may be required by your chosen university. Interview required.

Starts: September 2018 Part-time | 1 day per week | 1 year The aim of our Access courses is to inspire passion in your subject, build your confidence and put you at ease with achieving university-level standards. Access courses are accepted by UK universities and are an ideal route to higher education for 19+ students who do not have A-Levels. If you are aged 19–23 and studying your first full Level 3 qualification, you will not need to pay for this course. If this does not apply to you, the course is eligible for an Advanced Learner Loan (see page 130). If you go on to complete a Higher Education course following your Access course, the loan for the Access course is written off so you do not have to repay it. See fee information above See fee information above I would not be in my second year at university now studying to become a paramedic if it wasn’t for this Access course.

Holly Thornton, Access to Health & Health Sciences Doing this Access course was the best decision I made and I’m now studying midwifery at Kings College London. Hannah McMilllan, Access to Health & Health Sciences Business and professional Business and professional Business and professional Business and professional For full course details, including start dates, times, fees and how to apply, please visit gbmc.ac.uk/PT Worthing | Broadwater Campus Worthing | Broadwater Campus Eligible for an Advanced Learner Loan. More details on page 130.

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98 Beauty therapy and holistics Massage 99 Aromatherapy for autumn and winter Discover aromatherapy for autumn and winter, supporting ailments such as anxiety, coughs and colds, beauty and skincare, SAD, aches and pains and more. The essential oils will be experienced through some gentle massage. Enrol with a friend/ partner or work with another member of the class. Entry requirements: Suitable for beginners. If you have any concerns about your health or ability to participate in class, check with your doctor. Starts: October 2018 Part-time | Evening | 5 weeks | £88 Back, neck and shoulder massage Learn an effective, healing massage which relieves muscular aches and pains around the back, neck and shoulders. We will use an array of oils, such as ginger, juniper and rosemary. Enrol with a friend/ partner or work with another member of the class. Entry requirements: Suitable for beginners. If you have any concerns about your health or ability to participate in class, check with your doctor. Starts: January 2019 Weekend | Daytime | 1 day | £55 Starts: February 2019 Part-time | Evening | 5 weeks | £88 Natural facelift Learn to administer a soothing massage which has been compared to a natural face lift. You will also discover how vitamins and certain nutrients are essential for skincare.

Entry requirements: Suitable for beginners. If you have any concerns about your health or ability to participate in class, check with your doctor. Starts: April 2019 Part-time | Evening | 5 weeks | £88 Indian head massage An introduction for anyone wishing to learn the seated practice of Indian head massage, which can help alleviate stress tension, back pain, depression and anxiety. Relax and work with a friend/partner or another class member. Entry requirements: Suitable for beginners. If you have any concerns about your health or ability to participate in class, check with your doctor. Starts: March 2019 Weekend | Daytime | 1 day | £55 For full course details, including start dates, times, fees and how to apply, please visit gbmc.ac.uk/PT We also run beauty therapy courses at our Central Brighton Campus. See page 31. + Leisure and hobby Art History Leisure and hobby Art history - Late 20th century This course is suitable for the complete beginner or the experienced student who wishes to find out more about the challenging art of the late 20th Century – generally after WWII to 2000. Entry requirements: None.

Starts: September 2018 Part-time | Daytime | 30 weeks | £325 Worthing | Broadwater Campus Worthing | Broadwater Campus Discounts available depending on your circumstances. More details on page 130. £ Courses open to international students. More details on page 14. £ A B C £88 £66 £44 £ A B C £88 £66 £44 £ A B C £88 £66 £44 £ A B C £325 £244 £163

100 101 Creative writing Floristry Creative writing Want to write more, improve your technique or just get started? This workshop-based course aims to move your writing forward. Through individual and group work, we will explore various forms of creative writing. Entry requirements: None. September 2018, January 2019, April 2019 Part-time | Evening | 10 weeks | £125 It’s only words - How to write with clarity and style As students bring in their own work to read to the class, you will experience a variety of different writing styles within a stimulating and creative atmosphere. Each week there will also be a teaching focus or a structured writing task. Entry requirements: None.

September 2018, January 2019, April 2019 Part-time | Daytime/Evening | 10 weeks | £125 Summer writing surgery This one-day course is designed for writers to bring along their works in progress and share them with other students for either general encouragement or specific advice. Entry requirements: None. Starts: July 2019 Part-time | Daytime | 1 day | £40 Poetry workshop You can bring along your own poetry for feedback, although not a course requirement. We will work on a number of poetry-writing exercises and explore a variety of poems by contemporary poets. Entry requirements: None.

Starts: July 2019 Part-time | Daytime | 3 weeks | £33 Inspired by favourite writers As students bring in their own work to read to the class, you will experience a variety of different writing styles within a stimulating and creative atmosphere. Each week there will also be a teaching focus or a structured creative writing task. Entry requirements: None. September 2018, January 2019, April 2019 Part-time | Daytime/Evening | 10 weeks | £125 From flash fiction to novels - the rules of writing As students bring in their own work to read to the class, you will experience a variety of different writing styles within a stimulating and creative atmosphere. Each week there will also be a teaching focus or a structured writing task. Entry requirements: None.

September 2018, January 2019, April 2019 Part-time | Daytime/Evening | 10 weeks | £125 Floristry - An introduction Learn how to produce bespoke flower arrangements using a wide variety of flowers, foliages and sundries. Some traditional elements of floristry will be taught alongside care and conditioning of your flowers. Entry requirements: Ideal for those with little or no experience. September 2018, January 2019, April 2019 Part-time | Evening | 10 weeks | £160 Floristry - Intermediate We will cover several aspects of advanced floristry, including bridal, bespoke and traditional arrangements at a higher level.

Entry requirements: Completion of the introductory course or previous experience. Floristry workshop The workshop covers creating a hand tied bouquet, symmetrical arrangement and a corsage which you get to take home. Then you can enhance your new skills with the introduction to floristry course. Entry requirements: Ideal for those with little or no experience. January 2019, March 2019 Weekend | Daytime | 1 day | £52 For full course details, including start dates, times, fees and how to apply, please visit gbmc.ac.uk/PT January 2019, April 2019 Part-time | Evening | 10 weeks | £160 Leisure and hobby Leisure and hobby Worthing | Broadwater Campus Worthing | Broadwater Campus Discounts available depending on your circumstances. More details on page 130. £ Courses open to international students. More details on page 14. £ A B C £125 £94 £63 £ A B C £160 £120 £80 £ A B C £125 £94 £63 £ A B C £125 £94 £63 £ A B C £125 £94 £63 £ A B C £160 £120 £80

102 103 Dressmaking and embroidery Engineering Carpentry Dressmaking for beginners Learn how to read a commercial pattern to construct a basic garment such as a skirt, trousers or a dress. Use a sewing machine with confidence. Entry requirements: For beginners or those with a basic knowledge of sewing. September 2018, January 2019, April 2019 Part-time | Evening | 10 weeks | £190 Embroidery – Machine embroidery cushion cover Learn how to make a free-motion embroidered design on a basic envelope cushion cover using an embroidery hoop and sewing machine, incorporating appliqué into your design. Entry requirements: Suitable for all levels and a good introduction to those considering the beginners dressmaking course.

Starts: January 2019 Weekend | Daytime | 1 day | £50 Embroidery – Machine embroidery lampshade Learn how to make a free-motion embroidered design on a drum lampshade using an embroidery hoop and sewing machine, incorporating appliqué into your design. Entry requirements: Suitable for all levels and a good introduction to those considering the beginners dressmaking course. Starts: March 2019 Weekend | Daytime | 1 day | £50 Dressmaking - Intermediate Learn how to make a lined coat/jacket. The course is aimed at those who have preferably completed the dressmaking for beginners course and have a reasonable amount of sewing machine confidence, attention to detail, and knowledge of commercial patterns.

Entry requirements: None. Starts: September 2018, January 2019 Part-time | Evening | 10 weeks | £190 For full course details, including start dates, times, fees and how to apply, please visit gbmc.ac.uk/PT Dressmaking - Make do and mend This course is for students who have a good understanding of basic sewing skills and sewing machine confidence, who want to revive their current garments. Entry requirements: None. Starts: April 2019 Part-time | Evening | 10 weeks | £190 Engineering - Open Access This course provides access to an engineering workshop with a wide range of equipment to enable you to complete your own projects, such as working on car parts or vintage motorcycle repairs. We also offer professional engineering qualifications (see page 88).

Entry requirements: None. Starts: September 2018 Part-time | Evening | 30 weeks | £406 Woodwork for beginners An introduction to woodworking, with an emphasis on furniture making. Suitable for all abilities Entry requirements: None. Starts: September 2018 Part-time | Evening | 30 weeks | £325 Leisure and hobby Leisure and hobby Worthing | Broadwater Campus Worthing | Broadwater Campus Discounts available depending on your circumstances. More details on page 130. £ Courses open to international students. More details on page 14. £ A B C £190 £143 £95 £ A B C £190 £143 £95 £ A B C £190 £143 £95 £ A B C £406 £305 £203 £ A B C £325 £244 £163

104 105 European languages Spanish - Beginners Get in touch with the Spanish culture and basic grammar and expressions, which you will find useful when travelling to Spanish-speaking countries. Designed for people with little or no knowledge of Spanish. On completion, you may wish to progress to intermediate courses - see page 123. Entry requirements: None. Starts: September 2018 Part-time | Evening | 30 weeks | £320 Italian - Beginners If you have no or little knowledge of Italian, this course will provide you with the basic vocabulary and pronunciation, alongside listening, reading and writing skills. By the end of the course you will be able to greet people; ask for information; order food and drink; book accommodation and talk about hobbies.

For full course details, including start dates, times, fees and how to apply, please visit gbmc.ac.uk/PT Leisure and hobby Worthing | Broadwater Campus Discounts available depending on your circumstances. More details on page 130. £ Business and professional courses West Durrington Campus £ A B C £320 £240 £160 £ A B C £320 £240 £160 French - Beginners If you have no or little knowledge of French, this course will help you to learn the basic vocabulary and grammar through a variety of listening, speaking and writing activities. By the end of the course you will be able to introduce yourself and others, and hold a basic conversation about everyday life situations.

Entry requirements: None. Starts: September 2018 Part-time | Evening | 30 weeks | £320 £ A B C £320 £240 £160 £ A B C £320 £240 £160 Spanish - Lower intermediate For those who have completed the beginners course or have previous knowledge of the basics of Spanish. Entry requirements: None. Starts: September 2018 Part-time | Evening | 30 weeks | £320 Entry requirements: None. Starts: September 2018 Part-time | Evening | 30 weeks | £320 105

Business and professional Business and professional 106 107 Education and training Catering and hospitality For full course details, including start dates, times, fees and how to apply, please visit gbmc.ac.uk/PT City & Guilds VRQ Level 2 Certificate in Food and Beverage Service Develop the skills and techniques required to deliver food and beverage service to customers, which will allow you to work in a variety of establishments such as hotels and restaurants, or at specialist catering events. Entry requirements: Interview required. Starts: October 2018 Part-time | Evening | 24 weeks | £599 Teaching Assistant Level 2 Certificate in Supporting Teaching and Learning in Schools If you are new to working with a teacher in primary, secondary, mainstream or special schools, this course is for you.

Entry requirements: 18+. You will need to arrange a work placement within a school for a minimum of four hours per week during the course. Level 2 qualifications in literacy and maths recommended. Interview required. Starts: September 2018 Part-time | Daytime | 1 year | £955 Teaching Assistant Level 3 Diploma in Specialist Support For experienced teaching assistants working within primary, secondary, mainstream or special schools, with specific responsibility for intervention strategies. Entry requirements: 18+. You will need to arrange a work placement within a school for a minimum of six hours per week during the course. Completion of the Level 2 Certificate preferred. Interview required.

Starts: September 2018 Part-time | Daytime | 1 year | £1,600 Art, Design & Media PGCE This postgraduate teaching qualification will develop your practical skills and personal confidence as a professional teacher in further education. You will also gain practical teaching experience at our dedicated creative arts campus. Entry requirements: An Hons degree in an appropriate discipline. Grade 5 (C) or above in GCSE English or maths, or equivalent Level 2 qualification. Evidence of teaching experience. Interview required. Please see our website for more details.

Starts: September 2018 Full-time | Various | 1 year | £8,100 Professional Cookery City & Guilds Level 2 If you’re looking to take the first steps into a career within the catering and hospitality industry this course is the perfect starting point. This course will introduce all aspects of cookery and prepare you to progress to the Level 3 Advanced Professional Cookery Diploma. Entry requirements: Interview required Starts: September 2018 | Part-time Daytime and Evening | 1 year | £1579.50 Professional Cookery City & Guilds Level 3 Enhance the skills learnt from the Level 2, whilst learning new techniques and discovering new skills. You will also prepare and cook food for our onsite restaurant.

Entry requirements: Experience of or employed in the catering industry, or completion of the Level 2 qualification. Interview required. Starts: September 2018 | Part-time Daytime and Evening | 2 years | £1,672.50 Personal Licence Holders HABC - Level 2 This qualification is required by law to authorise the sale of alcohol in England and Wales. We will cover essential knowledge of the legal framework. This course will run subject to demand and can be taught in the workplace for groups of 10+. Entry requirements: None.

Starts: Various Part-time | Daytime | 1 day | £113 £ £ We also run leisure cookery courses. See page 124. + We also run education and training courses at our Broadwater Campus (page 84) and at our Central Brighton Campus (23). + Worthing | West Durrington Campus Worthing | West Durrington Campus Discounts available depending on your circumstances. More details on page 130. £ Courses open to international students. More details on page 14.

108 109 For full course details, including start dates, times, fees and how to apply, please visit gbmc.ac.uk/PT £ £ £ Business and professional Music Music Business and Management BA (Hons) Top-up your foundation degree, extending and applying your music business learning in one of the most rapidly evolving sectors of UK business. Entry requirements: A foundation degree or HND in Music. Depending on application, interview may be required. Application may be made through the Acquired Prior Experiential Learning (APEL) process. See our website for more details. Starts: September 2018 | Part-time Daytime | 2 years | £4,500 per annum Music Performance Foundation Degree This course will equip you with the skills, knowledge and understanding to forge a career as a professional musician, whilst developing your own personal style.

Entry requirements: Depending on application, interview may be required. Application may be made through the Acquired Prior Experiential Learning (APEL) process. See our website for more details. Starts: September 2018 | Part-time Daytime | 4 years | £4,500 per annum Music Composition for Film and Media BA (Hons) Create music and sound for a variety of different media. We will analyse the different styles of various composers and genres, and explore the different stages of practical production. Entry requirements: A foundation degree or HND in Music. Depending on application, interview may be required. Application may be made through the Acquired Prior Experiential Learning (APEL) process.

Starts: September 2018 | Part-time Daytime | 5 years | £4,500 per annum £ £ £ We also run Music courses at our Central Brighton Campus. See page 59. + Music Production Foundation Degree Using a combination of analogue and digital technology, you will develop your knowledge and practical skills, from recording through mixing to mastering. Entry requirements: Depending on application, interview may be required. Application may be made through the Acquired Prior Experiential Learning (APEL) process. See our website for more details. Starts: September 2018 | Part-time Daytime | 4 years | £4,500 per annum Music Business and Management Foundation Degree Learn the fundamentals of music industry structure, copyright and contracts, alongside practical, real-world music projects, such as artist management, A&R, releasing and marketing records.

Entry requirements: Depending on application, interview may be required. Application may be made through the Acquired Prior Experiential Learning (APEL) process. See our website for more details. Starts: September 2018 | Part-time Daytime | 4 years | £4,500 per annum Music Performance BA (Hons) Top-up your foundation degree with this two-day a week course. This course will help you to develop your professional skills, and prepare you for a variety of roles within evolving music and creative technology industries.

Entry requirements: A foundation degree or HND in Music. Depending on application, interview may be required. Application may be made through the Acquired Prior Experiential Learning (APEL) process. Starts: September 2018 | Part-time Daytime | 2 years | £4,500 per annum Our part-time music degrees are the same as our full-time courses, but are taught a few days a week over a longer time. Worthing | West Durrington Campus Worthing | West Durrington Campus Discounts available depending on your circumstances. More details on page 130, £

Additional Worthing and Shoreham 111 110 For full course details, including start dates, times, fees and how to apply, please visit gbmc.ac.uk/PT Business and professional Art and design Interior Design City & Guilds Level 2 Certificate in Creative Techniques This introductory course covers colour scheming; spatial layout; drawing to scale; lighting; furniture; furnishings; and presenting your designs to a professional standard. Suitable for those planning a career in interior design or those with a personal interest.

Entry requirements: Interview required. Starts: September 2018 Part-time | Evening | 1 year | £592 Portfolio Building: Creative Arts Practice Whether you are planning to apply to an art and design course or simply wish to develop your creative practice, our experienced tutors (who are also working artists/designers) will help you to build a portfolio of work. Entry requirements: Interview required. Starts: January 2018 Part-time | Daytime | 12 weeks | £350 Fine Art BA (Hons) Develop self confidence in establishing your artistic identity and capacity to critically analyse work. You will also develop skills in drawing, painting, sculpture, printmaking, installation or digital imaging.

Entry requirements: Individual conditions vary - please see our website. Interview required. Starts: September 2018 | Part-time Daytime | 5 years | £4,500 per annum £ We also run education and training courses at our Broadwater Campus (page 112) and at our Central Brighton Campus (52). + Eligible for an Advanced Learner Loan. More details on page 130. Discounts available depending on your circumstances. More details on page 130. £ Worthing | West Durrington Campus Leisure and hobby courses West Durrington Campus 111

112 113 For full course details, including start dates, times, fees and how to apply, please visit gbmc.ac.uk/PT Leisure and hobby Art and design Painting for beginners This Beginners course is aimed at those wishing to learn the basics of acrylic painting. You will be guided, step-by-step through the various stages of planning and creating a range of painted works Entry requirements: None. September 2018, January 2019, April 2019 Part-time | Evening | 10 weeks | £125 Painting and drawing A new programme of creative projects using water-based media or oil if preferred. Follow the tasks or develop your own ideas with plenty of advice and support.

Entry requirements: Suitable for all abilities including beginners. Starts: September 2018 Part-time | Daytime | 20 weeks | £242 Drawing - So you think you can’t draw? This course is ideal for anyone who would like to take up drawing but has always thought they cannot. Entry requirements: None. Starts: September 2018 Part-time | Evening | 10 weeks | £125 Painting the natural world in oils Oil paint is the perfect medium to capture on canvas the beauty of nature and the environment. Subjects include landscape, wildlife and natural forms. This course is for those who love using oils and those who would like to try.

Entry requirements: None. Starts: September 2018 Part-time | Daytime | 10 weeks | £125 Painting and drawing - Intermediate This creative course is for those with experience who would like to practice and develop traditional and experimental drawing, and painting skills, in a supportive and friendly environment. Ideal for portfolio building. Paint like a Surrealist workshop We will look at the work of the German Surrealist Max Ernst and his use of collage, frottage and decalcomania. You will learn how to paint in a unique way.

Painting and drawing - Intermediate This course is suitable for students who are already experienced in some aspects of painting and drawing and want to develop their skills further. Entry requirements: None. Starts: September 2018 Part-time | Evening | 30 weeks | £332 Painting and drawing portraits Create portraits in paint or drawing media from direct observation, with advice on colour mixing and how to begin. Entry requirements: Suitable for all abilities and portfolio building. Starts: September 2018, January 2019 Part-time | Daytime | 10 weeks | £161 £ £ We run art and design courses at our Broadwater Campus. See page 110. We also run courses at our Central Brighton Campus. See pages 28 and 52.

+ Entry requirements: None. Starts: September 2018 Part-time | Daytime | 30 weeks | £414 Entry requirements: Suitable for beginners or those wanting to try something different. Starts: November 2018 Weekend | Daytime | 1 day | £41 Worthing | West Durrington Campus Worthing | West Durrington Campus Discounts available depending on your circumstances. More details on page 130. £ Courses open to international students. More details on page 14. £ A B C £125 £94 £63 £ A B C £125 £94 £63 £ A B C £125 £94 £63 £ A B C £242 £182 £121 £ A B C £332 £248 £165 £ A B C £414 £311 £212 £ A B C £161 £121 £81

114 115 For full course details, including start dates, times, fees and how to apply, please visit gbmc.ac.uk/PT Life drawing - Beginners This beginners course is aimed at those new to observational life drawing and those with experience who wish to develop their life drawing practice. Entry requirements: None. Starts: September 2018, January 2019 Part-time | Evening | 10 weeks | £161 Drawing - Line, tone and colour Explore drawing with line, tone and colour using a range of drawing media. This creative course is suitable for all abilities from complete beginners, and is ideal for building a portfolio of work. Entry requirements: None.

Starts: April 2019 Part-time | Daytime | 10 weeks | £125 Painting with watercolours A short course exploring basic and creative techniques for using watercolours paints, including wet into wet; line and wash; and how to create the appearance of texture. Entry requirements: Suitable for all abilities, including beginners. Starts: April 2019 Part-time | Daytime | 10 weeks | £125 Summer art course Immerse yourself in this creative course and widen your knowledge of art and materials. The practical workshop sessions will be fun,inspirational and informative.

Entry requirements: Suitable for all abilities and portfolio building. Starts: July 2019 Part-time | Daytime | 4 days | £160 Collage Explore a wide range of mixed media techniques and learn to express your ideas through collage. Each session will include a short introduction to the history of collage. Entry requirements: Suitable for all abilities. Starts: April 2019 Part-time | Evening | 10 weeks | £125 Drawing - Exploring Drawing We shall try unconventional approaches to build up a knowledge of drawing that goes beyond the basics. By the end of the course you will be able to draw in several different ways and have found new ways to make images.

Entry requirements: Suitable for students who have completed the “So, you think you can’t draw?” and “Keep drawing” courses, or for those who can draw but want to do more. Starts: April 2019 Part-time | Evening | 10 weeks | £125 Drawing - Keep drawing This course is suitable for students who have completed the “So you think you can’t draw?” course, or for those who can draw but want to find time for their art. Entry requirements: None. Starts: January 2019 Part-time | Evening | 10 weeks | £125 Life drawing workshop We will explore creative ways to approach drawing the life model and finish with a long pose, drawing in a medium of your choice.

Entry requirements: Suitable for complete beginners or those who want to brush up on their drawing skills. Starts: January 2019 Weekend | Daytime | 1 day | £41 Life drawing A short course exploring different ways of working from a life model. Entry requirements: Suitable for all abilities and for portfolio building. Starts: April 2019 Part-time | Evening | 10 weeks | £161 Worthing | West Durrington Campus Worthing | West Durrington Campus Discounts available depending on your circumstances. More details on page 130. £ Courses open to international students. More details on page 14. £ A B C £161 £121 £81 £ A B C £161 £121 £81 £ A B C £125 £94 £63 £ A B C £125 £94 £63 £ A B C £125 £94 £63 £ A B C £125 £94 £63 £ A B C £125 £94 £63

116 117 Crafts For full course details, including start dates, times, fees and how to apply, please visit gbmc.ac.uk/PT Pottery A relaxed and friendly course covering a wide variety of hand-building, throwing and finishing techniques. Entry requirements: Suitable for a complete beginner, those with experience or a those continuing the course. Starts: September 2018 Part-time | Evening | 26 weeks | £402 Sculpture – Intermediate This course will help you to develop your own sculptural work with an increased awareness/use of the language of space, form, materials, scale and texture.

Entry requirements: Some experience of working in 3D. Starts: January 2019 Weekend | Daytime | 4 days | £172 Sculpture – An introduction For anyone who would like to explore working in three dimensions but who previously has had little opportunity to do so. Students will be encouraged to work creatively whilst developing their skills in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere. Entry requirements: None. Starts: October 2018 Weekend | Daytime | 4 days | £172 Creative textiles - Surface design Learn to create a range of fabulous surface designs, using textile techniques such as printmaking; appliqué; quilting; and hand stitching. Entry requirements: Suitable for all abilities. September 2018, January 2019, April 2019 Part-time | Evening | 10 weeks | £125 Jewellery making in metal - Beginners Learn the basics of jewellery making, including sawing and piercing; silver soldering; creating pattern and texture with hammers and the rolling mill; and polishing. By the end of the course you will be able to design and make a silver ring and other simple pieces of metal or silver jewellery. Entry requirements: None.

September 2018, January 2019, April 2019 Part-time | Evening | 10 weeks | £155 Collage, cut-paper and mixed media Exploring collage and exquisite cut-paper art forms, past and present, this course will inspire you to create beautiful artworks with papers and paint. Entry requirements: Suitable for all abilities. Starts: January 2019 Part-time | Daytime | 10 weeks | £125 Leisure and hobby Worthing | West Durrington Campus Worthing | West Durrington Campus Discounts available depending on your circumstances. More details on page 130. £ Courses open to international students. More details on page 14. £ A B C £402 £302 £201 £ A B C £125 £94 £63 £ A B C £125 £94 £63 £ A B C £155 £117 £78

Leisure and hobby Leisure and hobby 118 119 Crafts Printmaking For full course details, including start dates, times, fees and how to apply, please visit gbmc.ac.uk/PT Crochet for Beginners For anybody who is interested in learning the basic stitches of crochet. Join us for a fun day making something practical and colourful with a modern twist. Entry requirements: None. Starts: November 2018 Weekend | Daytime | 1 day | £41 Lino printing A fun, hands-on workshop in linocut printing for both beginner and those with some experience of printmaking. Students will be guided through all the stages from design to printing Entry requirements: None. Starts: September 2018 Part-time | Evening | 8 weeks | £146 Lino printing - Intermediate Build on the knowledge and skills learnt on the previous course or for those who have experience of relief printmaking.

Entry requirements: None. Starts: January 2019 Part-time | Evening | 8 weeks | £146 Screen printing workshop A fun and hands-on workshop in screen printing. You will be guided through all stages from design to printing. Entry requirements: Suitable for beginners and those with experience. Starts: January 2019 Weekend | Daytime | 1 day | £46 Printmaking An enjoyable, hands-on printmaking course suitable for complete beginners or those with experience. You will experiment with four different techniques, monoprinting, lino printing, drypoint etching, and screenprinting.

Entry requirements: None. Starts: April 2019 Part-time | Evening | 8 weeks | £146 Mixed media screen printing workshop A fun and hands-on workshop combining screen printing with mixed media methods. You will be guided through all stages from design to printing on paper. Entry requirements: Suitable for beginners and those with experience. Starts: January 2019 Weekend | Daytime | 1 day | £46 Crochet for Intermediate – freestyle and yarnbombing Anybody with basic crochet skills can join us to explore the freedom of freestyle creating. No need to follow a pattern, this workshop is a fun group activity to make something completely unique, modern and colourful.

Entry requirements: None. Starts: February 2019 Weekend | Daytime | 1 day | £41 Porcelain paper Clay – Jewellery, porcelain bunting and decorations Learn how to use porcelain paper-clay to make beautiful decorations, bunting or jewellery. A relaxed and friendly day, suitable for the complete beginner or those with experience. Entry requirements: None. Starts: February 2019 Weekend | Daytime | 1 day | £46 Porcelain paper clay – Christmas decorations A relaxed and friendly day where you will learn how to use porcelain paper clay to make some beautiful Christmas decorations.

Entry requirements: Suitable for the complete beginner or those with experience. Starts: November 2018 Weekend | Daytime | 1 day | £46 Starts: November 2018 Weekend | Daytime | 1 day | £46 Worthing | West Durrington Campus Worthing | West Durrington Campus Discounts available depending on your circumstances. More details on page 130. £ Courses open to international students. More details on page 14. £ A B C £146 £110 £73 £ A B C £146 £110 £73 £ A B C £146 £110 £73

120 121 Stained glass For full course details, including start dates, times, fees and how to apply, please visit gbmc.ac.uk/PT Stained glass A general introduction to stained glass. You will learn to make leaded light and copper foil pieces, and will be encouraged to progress to your own projects. Entry requirements: Suitable for all levels of experience. Starts: September 2018 Part-time | Evening | 30 weeks | £375 Christmas decorations Get into the festive spirit by making stunning stained glass hanging Christmas decorations. A relaxed and enjoyable day where you will learn how to cut, foil and solder glass together. No experience necessary, all materials included.

Entry requirements: None. Starts: December 2018 Weekend | Daytime | 1 day | £50 Christmas decorations and gifts Impress your friends and family with some beautiful handmade presents and decorations this Christmas. Beginners and more experienced makers will make a selection of unique hanging and 3D gifts using the copper foil glass technique. Entry requirements: None. Starts: September 2018 Weekend | Daytime | 10 weeks | £135 Make a leaded light panel Learn how to make a beautiful traditional leaded light panel to hang in your window or frame (not provided). A relaxed and enjoyable day where you will learn how to cut, foil and solder glass together. Entry requirements: None.

Starts: October 2018 Weekend | Daytime | 1 day | £50 Make a leaded light panel for the garden Learn how to make a beautiful traditional leaded light panel to plant in your garden. A relaxed and enjoyable day where you will learn how to cut, foil and solder glass together. Entry requirements: None. Starts: February 2019 Weekend | Daytime | 1 day | £50 Copper foil mirror workshop Make a beautiful decorative mirror using the copper foil (Tiffany) technique. A relaxed and enjoyable day where you will learn how to cut, foil and solder glass together.

Entry requirements: None. Starts: March 2019 Weekend | Daytime | 1 day | £50 Introduction to copper foil An introduction to the making of copper foil pieces. You will learn basic techniques such as cutting glass, grinding glass and applying copper foil, and soldering, before progressing to your own project. Entry requirements: Suitable for beginners and those with more experience. Starts: April 2019 Part-time | Evening | 10 weeks | £135 Introduction to leaded lights An introduction to the traditional art of making stained glass leaded lights. You will learn basic techniques such as cutting class, leading and soldering, before progressing to your own project. Entry requirements: Suitable for beginners and those with more experience.

Starts: January 2019 Part-time | Evening | 10 weeks | £135 Leisure and hobby Worthing | West Durrington Campus Worthing | West Durrington Campus Discounts available depending on your circumstances. More details on page 130. £ Courses open to international students. More details on page 14. £ A B C £375 £282 £188 £ A B C £135 £102 £68 £ A B C £135 £102 £68 £ A B C £135 £102 £68

Leisure and hobby 122 123 Photography and digital art For full course details, including start dates, times, fees and how to apply, please visit gbmc.ac.uk/PT DSLR Camera - Beginners You will learn how to use your camera’s manual functions, and understand aperture, shutter speed and IS0, and explore how to use these creatively. Entry requirements: You will need a DSLR camera. Starts: September 2018, April 2019 Part-time | Evening | 8 weeks | £148 Photoshop – Digital Art This Apple Mac-based digital art course is aimed at those wishing to learn the basics of Adobe Photoshop and creatively explore this software. We will also cover the basic tools including panel, layers, filters, masking, and how to import and export images.

Entry requirements: Basic knowledge of using an Apple Mac. September 2018, January 2019, April 2019 Part-time | Daytime | 10 weeks | £129 Leisure and hobby European languages Spanish - Intermediate For those who already know Spanish verbs in the present and past tenses, and have some knowledge of basic structures and grammar. Entry requirements: None. We also run photography courses at our Central Brighton Campus. See page 60. + We also run language courses at our Central Brighton Campus (page 68) and at our Broadwater Campus, Worthing (page 104).

+ Worthing | West Durrington Campus Worthing | West Durrington Campus Discounts available depending on your circumstances. More details on page 130. £ Courses open to international students. More details on page 14. £ A B C £148 £111 £74 £ A B C £320 £240 £160 £ A B C £129 £97 £65 Starts: September 2018 Part-time | Evening | 30 weeks | £320

Additional 124 125 Worthing - West Durrington Campus Cookery For full course details, including start dates, times, fees and how to apply, please visit gbmc.ac.uk/PT For full course details, including start dates, times, fees and how to apply, please visit gbmc.ac.uk/PT 7 dishes in 7 weeks Learn to cook a variety of sweet and savoury dishes with an experienced chef and improve your practical skills in the kitchen. Entry requirements: None. Starts: October 2018 Part-time | Evening | 7 weeks | £135 Cakes and desserts Whilst learning to cook a range of cakes and desserts, you will use a variety of ingredients and cooking methods. Suitable for anyone looking to gain practical cooking skills.

Entry requirements: None. Starts: January 2019 Part-time | Evening | 8 weeks | £151 6 countries in 6 weeks Excite the taste buds as we explore a different cuisines each week, including Thai and Indian. This fun course includes practical demonstrations and one-to-one tuition all delivered by a professional chef. Entry requirements: None. Starts: February 2019 Part-time | Evening | 6 weeks | £125 8 dishes in 8 weeks Learn to cook a variety of sweet and savoury dishes with an experienced chef and improve your practical skills in the kitchen.

Entry requirements: None. Starts: April 2019 Part-time | Evening | 8 weeks | £151 Vegan cookery Learn how to make a variety of vegan dishes with a professional chef who understands the challenges of delivering interesting and nutritional food that meets the vegan ethos. This fun course includes practical demonstrations and one-to-one tuition. Entry requirements: None. Starts: January 2019 Part-time | Evening | 6 weeks | £125 £ We also run professional qualifications. See page 107. For Brighton courses please visit our website. + Leisure and hobby Worthing | West Durrington Campus Business and professional courses Shoreham Airport Campus Discounts available depending on your circumstances. More details on page 130. £ Courses open to international students. More details on page 14. £ £ £ £ A A A A B B B B C C C C £135 £151 £125 £151 £102 £114 £94 £114 £68 £76 £63 £76 125

Business and professional 126 127 Shoreham Airport Campus Aircraft maintenance Mobile air conditioning For full course details, including start dates, times, fees and how to apply, please visit gbmc.ac.uk/PT IMIAL Level 3 Award in Automotive Refrigerant handling (F-Gas Regulation) This qualification will certify you to meet the European Union F Gas regulations for working with motor cars and car derived vans–a legal requirement for MAC technicians. Entry requirements: Basic knowledge of the operation of mobile air conditioning systems containing fluorinated greenhouse gases, and procedures for environmentally friendly recovery of those gases.

Starts: Various Full-time | Daytime | 1 day | £400 BTEC HNC Diploma Aeronautical Engineering (RQF) This Level 4 HNC will provide you with a broad introduction to aeronautical engineering through a variety of core and student-chosen specialist modules. On completion, you could progress on to an HND ready for a career within aerospace engineering, aircraft flight control systems, amongst others. £ Entry requirements: BTEC National Certificate or Diploma in Engineering or other related Level 3 qualification. Interview required. Starts: September 2018 Part-time | Daytime | 36 weeks | £1,620 Discounts available depending on your circumstances. More details on page 130. £ Courses open to international students. More details on page 14.

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130 131 The full price course fee is published in this course guide with the course details. If marked with a discounts may apply depending on your circumstances. The following guide outlines the different categories. Please refer to the course listing on our website to check what fee applies to each category. If you are not claiming any benefits, you will need to pay the full course fee. For those claiming housing benefit, council tax benefit, income support or pension credit. For jobseekers claiming JSA or ESA. If you are aged 19–23 when your course begins and this is your first Level 2/3 course, you will not pay any fees.

If you will be aged 19+ when your course begins, are studying a Level 2 and are unemployed, claiming benefits and completing the course to improve your employability, you will not pay any fees. If you are aged 19+ when your course begins, are studying a Level 2 (or lower) and categories 1 and 2 don’t apply, you will pay a subsidised fee. If you are aged 19+ when your course begins, are studying a Level 3 (or above) and category 1 doesn’t apply, you will need to pay the full fee. However, some courses are eligible for an Advanced Learner Loan.

Full cost courses If discounts do not apply to your course, and it is over £200 and longer than 12 weeks in duration, part-pay options are available. Contact our Admissions team for more information. Brighton: 01273 667767 Worthing: 0845 155 60 60 Fees for international students Please contact our International Team: +44 (0) 1273 667752 | international@gbmc.ac.uk Government-funded courses If you are interested in studying a government-funded course but would have difficulty meeting the costs, you may be eligible for financial support. Guidelines and application forms can be found on our website. Full-payment discount If you are studying a Further Education course which is longer than 12 weeks in duration you may be eligible for a 5% tuition fee discount if you pay in full at enrolment. For more information, speak to our Admissions Team. Brighton: 01273 667767 Worthing: 0845 155 60 60 Part-payment agreements If your course is more than £200 and 12 weeks or longer, you can set up an instalment plan of up to three months. Payments will be split equally with the first due at enrolment. See our website for more details. Advanced Learner Loans If you are aged 19+ and your course is marked with this symbol, you may be eligible for an Advanced Learner Loan. The loan can be used to meet the upfront costs of your qualification. The College is paid directly on your behalf. See our website for more details.

Employer-funded courses If your employer is funding your course, they will need to complete a Contract of Sponsorship form. This can be downloaded from our website. Benefits for employers If your employer is sponsoring your full cost fees, they are eligible for a 5% discount on tuition if full payment is received at enrolment. We also offer tailored training - see page 10. Refunds For all courses that run for an academic year, once a student has attended for more than 28 calendar days after the course has commenced, the full fee is payable. Where a student withdraws within the first 28 days, or fails to start, a £30 admin fee will be due. If the course is shorter than an academic year and the student has attended for more than 2 weeks the full fee is payable. If you have any queries relating to refunds, please contact our Finance Team: 01903 273140 or sales.ledger@gbmc.ac.uk.

Pay online Click the ‘Enrol and pay’ button on the course page to proceed to our secure payments system. Register your details and pay using a debit or credit card. Full payment of fees is required. For the Worthing site this is only available for ACL courses. If you have any further questions relating to fees or concessions, please contact our Admissions team: Brighton: 01273 667767 Worthing: 0845 155 60 60 Paying for a course £ A 1 2 3 4 B C

132 133 Central Brighton Campus for Brighton courses 5–7pm West Durrington Campus for Worthing courses 5–7pm 21 May 2018 13 June 2018 18 June 2018 6 September 2018 16 July 2018 22 November 2018 3 September 2018 6 December 2018 10 September 2018 19 November 2018 3 December 2018 7 January 2019 Enrol and pay There are three ways to enrol: 1. Pay online Click the ‘Enrol and pay’ button on the course page to proceed to our secure payments system. Register your details and pay using a debit or credit card. Full payment of fees is required.

2. Pay by phone Call our friendly Admissions team, ensuring you have your debit or credit card details to hand: Brighton: 01273 667767 Worthing: 0845 155 60 60 3. Pay in person Complete our paper enrolment form and visit one of our Student Centres. A copy of this form can be found at the back of this course guide, downloaded from our website or picked up from our Student Centres (below). Course discounts Some of our courses are eligible for discounted fees depending on your circumstances. Applicable courses are marked with a £.

If you are claiming a course fee discount because you are in receipt of benefits, you will need to enrol in person and provide evidence of the benefit. This can be a letter confirming the benefits are in your name or a bank statement showing receipt of benefits - both must be dated within three months. See page 130 for more details. Help with enrolment If you have any questions about enrolling, please contact our Admissions team: Brighton: 01273 667767 Worthing: 0845 155 60 60 Enrolling on a course This course guide provides an overview of all of our courses. Please visit our website for further details, including the start date and time, and course content.

When you have found your chosen course on our website, you will see one of two buttons: £ Applying for a course Before making an application, please visit our website for more detailed information about our courses and their entry requirements. Apply online You can apply online by clicking the “Apply” button on your chosen course page. Your application will be sent direct to our Admissions team. Apply by post You can also complete a paper application form. A copy of this form can be found at the back of this course guide, downloaded from our website or picked up from our Student Centres. Please return your completed form to: Brighton courses: FREEPOST BR1671, Admissions, Brighton MET, Central Campus, Pelham Street, Brighton, BN1 4FA Worthing and Shoreham courses: FREEPOST RTKJ-USRT-ARLX, Admissions, Northbrook MET, Littlehampton Road Worthing, BN12 6NU What happens next? Once we have reviewed your application, we will invite you to one of our enrolment evenings. Along with a short chat through your application, we will carry out any required skills assessments and you can ask any questions you might have. If agreed that this is the right course for you, you can then enrol and pay. Help with applying If you have any questions or need any help applying for a course, please contact our Admissions team: Brighton: 01273 667767 Worthing: 0845 155 60 60 Information and enrolment evenings: You can also attend one of our information/enrolment evenings. Tutors and lecturers from our business and professional courses will be on hand to answer any questions you might have, and advise on which course is right for you. During these evenings, you can also enrol and pay for any leisure and hobby courses. Apply: If we need to assess whether this course is right for you, you will need to complete an application form. Enrol and pay: These courses do not require any previous qualifications or experience, so you are able to book straight onto the course and make your payment.

Please visit gbmc.ac.uk to check details. International students Please see page 14. Student Centre opening hours Central Brighton Campus Pelham Street, Brighton BN1 4FA West Durrington Campus Littlehampton Road, Worthing BN12 6NU Broadwater Campus, Broadwater Road, Worthing BN14 8HJ Monday 9am–4pm 9am–5pm 9am–2pm Tuesday 9am–4pm 9am–5pm 9am–2pm Wednesday 9am–4pm 9am–5pm 9am–2pm Thursday 9am–7pm (term time only) 9am–5pm 9am–2pm Friday 10am–3.30pm 9am–4.30pm 9am–2pm

134 135 Book early Wherever possible, please book onto your chosen course as soon as you can. This will prevent disappointment should the course become full or if it is cancelled due to low numbers. Late enrolment We understand that missing a deadline is sometimes unavoidable. Subject to available places and course content, late enrolment might be possible. Course viability A course may be cancelled if minimum numbers aren’t achieved or maintained for the duration of the course. Should this happen, you may be offered reduced course hours, to transfer to another course or a pro-rata refund of the fee.

Full courses and waiting lists If a course is full, you can be added to a waiting list. If additional tutors and facilities are available and numbers are high enough, another course may be set up. Substitute tutors and venues Should a tutor or venue become unavailable, we will inform you as soon as we can. However, we retain the right to substitute tutors and venues without prior notice, either before or during the course. A refund would not be provided. Course conditions Health conditions You attend all courses at your own risk. You should notify the course tutor of any relevant medical condition you have but you are responsible for ensuring you are medically suitable (you may need to consult your GP prior to enrolment).

Student ID You will need to display your student ID card at all times whilst in the College. This card will be provided to you at enrolment or, if you have enrolled online, you can collect it from the Student Centre or Learning Resource Centre before your course begins. Attendance and punctuality We understand that time-to-time there may be circumstances that prevent you from attending. However, some courses have a minimum attendance requirements. This will be explained at the beginning of applicable courses. Should your attendance become a concern, you will be contacted and offered help, wherever possible, to catch up on any missed work. Please respect your tutor and peers by making every effort to attend classes on time.

Examinations and assessments If your chosen course leads to a qualification, you will be expected to enter and take the exam/assessment at the appropriate time.

136 137 College Services Our information, advice and guidance services have been awarded the matrix accreditation. This nationally-recognised seal of approval certifies the quality of impartial advice and guidance we offer. We are here to help you with any questions you might have, and we offer impartial advice. You can contact us: Brighton: 01273 667759 Worthing: 0845 155 60 60 Or come in and see us: Student Centre opening hours (table below) Careers advice Our knowledgeable Careers Advisers are on hand to provide impartial advice on how to progress to Further or Higher Education, or on routes into employment. Careers appointments can be made via our Student Centres or: Brighton: 01273 667780 | Careersbmet@gbmc.ac.uk Worthing: 01903 273126 | Careersnmet@gbmc.ac.uk We also offer a comprehensive range of resources online and in the careers section of our Learning Resource Centres. This includes university prospectuses, careers assessment software, reference books and information leaflets. Additional Learning Support The MET believes in inclusivity and equal learning opportunities. We actively support and welcome applications from students with disabilities and/or learning difficulties. We encourage you to talk to us about what you need so we can make appropriate and reasonable adjustments to help you succeed in your studies. This may include in-class support from learning support assistants; one to one and small group support; note-takers or communication support workers; use of specialist software and equipment; or provision of other specialist services. If you would like to discuss a disability or learning difficulty, please contact our Additional Learning Support team on: Brighton: learningsupportbrighton@gbmc.ac.uk or Worthing: learningsupportworthing@gbmc.ac.uk Student Centre opening hours Central Brighton Campus Pelham Street, Brighton BN1 4FA West Durrington Campus Littlehampton Road, Worthing BN12 6NU Broadwater Campus, Broadwater Road, Worthing BN14 8HJ Monday 9am–4pm 9am–5pm 9am–2pm Tuesday 9am–4pm 9am–5pm 9am–2pm Wednesday 9am–4pm 9am–5pm 9am–2pm Thursday 9am–7pm (term time only) 9am–5pm 9am–2pm Friday 10am–3.30pm 9am–4.30pm 9am–2pm

138 139 AGED 16-25 AND LOOKING FOR A CHALLENGE? of young people secure work or training within 3 months of completing the Prince's Trust TEAM programme 3/4 Did you know? Ready for 12 weeks that could change your life? Aged between 16 and 25 and looking for a fresh challenge to help you progress in your life? The exciting Prince's Trust Team programme is a FREE course available throughout the year that enables you to develop your communication, leadership, teamwork and employability skills through projects in the community. If you're on Jobseeker's Allowance, you can still claim your benefits during the course.

The Prince’s Trust Team programme includes: a recognised qualification an action packed week away work experience exciting community projects CV writing and skills for work a chance to make new friends Contact us today! Call or text TEAM and your name to... Hove:07841 211168 Brighton MET Central Campus: 07894 619388 Whitehawk:07881 335969 Host a student If you have a spare room, you could earn up to £220 per week* We are looking for local residents who are able to house our international students for either short or long term stays. Find out more: accommodation@gbmc.ac.uk 01273 667752 *Based on two students sharing a room. Sphere Business Centre A business centre and flexible working space set up by Worthing and Adur Chamber of Commerce, the MET, and Adur and Worthing Council. • 4 dedicated offices • 3 semi-private office pods • Hot desking • Meeting room • Breakout areas • Flexible licences • High speed broadband and superfast 100mb WiFi • Secure and maintained facilities • Free parking • Access to networking events and support from Worthing & Adur Chamber • On site gym, refectory and Starbucks all at Sphere member rates Find out more at spherebusinesscentre.co.uk. Based at the MET’s Broadwater Campus Broadwater Road, Worthing BN14 8HJ AGED 16-25 AND LOOKING FOR A CHALLENGE? of young people secure work or training within 3 months of completing the Prince's Trust TEAM programme 3/4 Did you know? Ready for 12 weeks that could change your life? Aged between 16 and 25 and looking for a fresh challenge to help you progress in your life? The exciting Prince's Trust Team programme is a FREE course available throughout the year that enables you to develop your communication, leadership, teamwork and employability skills through projects in the community. If you're on Jobseeker's Allowance, you can still claim your benefits during the course.

The Prince’s Trust Team programme includes: a recognised qualification an action packed week away work experience exciting community projects CV writing and skills for work a chance to make new friends Contact us today! Call or text TEAM and your name to... Hove:07841 211168 Brighton MET Central Campus: 07894 619388 Whitehawk:07881 335969 138

140 141 Central Brighton Campus Pelham Street, Brighton, BN1 4FA 01273 667790 | metrohairandbeauty@gbmc.ac.uk METROSalonGB METRO HAIR & BEAUTY SALON In Partnership with Broadwater Campus Broadwater Road, Worthing, BN14 8HJ 01903 273444 | metrohairandbeauty@gbmc.ac.uk NorthbrookMetro Our METRO hair and beauty salons offer relaxing treatments, therapies and hairdressing services, including stylish cuts, colouring and styling services, all at fantastic value. All students work under the close supervision of experienced professionals.

Part time, full time and apprenticeship programmes including: The MET Sports Academy launching soon in partnership with Swim UK • Activity Leadership – Swimming Teaching • Exercise and Fitness – Gym Instructing • Leisure Management • Activity Leadership – Physical Education in School Sport • ASA Level in Swimming Teaching • National Pool Lifeguarding • Football Coaching • Personal Training • Nutrition To find out more call 01273 667712 COMING SOON Dine at the MET Enjoy superb cuisine and a wonderful dining experience at our on-campus restaurants. Both restaurants provide a training environment for our hospitality and catering students, overseen by experienced lecturers. Open term-time only.

Lunch: Wednesday–Friday 12pm for 12.30pm sitting Dinner: Tuesdays 6.45pm for 7pm sitting Reservations essential. Individual and group bookings welcome. Call 01273 667711 or email stacey.wall@gbmc.ac.uk Central Brighton Campus, Pelham Street* Brighton, BN1 4FA *Entrance to The Gallery is on Whitecross Street Lunch: Wednesdays and Thursdays 12pm for 12.30pm sitting Dinner: Tuesdays and Thursdays 6.30pm for 7pm sitting Reservations essential. Individual and group bookings welcome. Call 01903 273160 or email arundel.restaurant@gbmc.ac.uk West Durrington Campus Littlehampton Road, Worthing, BN12 6NU

142 Information/enrolment events 2018/19 Tutors and lecturers from our business and professional courses will be on hand to answer any questions you might have and to advise you on which course might be right for you. If you have already applied for a course, we will invite you to attend one of these dates to review your application with you and carry out any required skills assessments. During these evenings, you can also enrol and pay for any leisure and hobby courses. For Brighton courses Central Brighton Campus Pelham Street, Brighton BN1 4FA 5–7pm Monday 18 June 2018 Monday 16 July 2018 Monday 3 September 2018 Monday 10 September 2018 Monday 19 November 2018 Monday 3 December 2018 Monday 7 January 2019 For Worthing courses West Durrington Campus Littlehampton Road, Worthing BN12 6NU 5–7pm Wednesday 13 June 2018 Thursday 6 September 2018 Thursday 22 November 2018 Thursday 6 December 2018 More information For more information about these events, please call 01273 667712 or email commercial@gbmc.ac.uk.

@GBMETcoll @GBMETcoll Disclaimer: This prospectus is a general guide to the College, its courses and facilities. Information is correct at the time of publication (May 2018) but the College reserves the right to change details and close courses. Updated information and course start dates are available at gbmc.ac.uk. Worthing: 0845 155 60 60 admissions-worthing@gbmc.ac.uk Get in touch Please check our website for upcoming course start dates: gbmc.ac.uk Brighton: 01273 667788 admissions-brighton@gbmc.ac.uk greater_brighton_met