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International Ho se

Newcastle
Course Information and Application 2014

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Newcastle

Many students may have very good grammar and writing but need to concentrate on their speaking and listening skills. vocabulary. etc. 20. regular tutorials and internal tests. Personal Study Programmes are designed for students who want to focus on English for special purposes or to improve particular skills in English. medicine or law. All students receive a weekly work plan which refers to the CEFR syllabus. • A unique opportunity to speak 1:1 with a teacher for 20 to 30 minutes a week • Recorded – work done.com . Netlanguages. • Particular skills or grammar. DELTA) • Teacher Refresher Courses • TOEIC Examination Centre • Internships • Aviation English • LearnDirect Online Courses in PSP • Distance Learning Courses • • • • • • Developing speaking fluency Improving listening comprehension Levels from complete beginner to advanced Flexible . so students build a special relationship with their teacher PSP is not: • Teacher controlled students decide what is important • An isolated hour of self-access at a computer • Group lockstep teaching • 1:1 every day (1:1 is much more expensive). progress made and attendance are all noted • Regular and frequent. 25 and 30 hour courses include PSP Combinations available with Academic and Business English All International House Newcastle teachers are qualified teachers of the English language and most have many years of experience teaching in different parts of the world. helping the student to communicate effectively in English. Progress in learning English is referenced to the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR) and monitored by continuous assessment. Our teachers help you design and monitor an individual programme which may include: • English for specific purposes. writing. we understand our students have different needs. or reading and writing • Practise the language you need for your career or studies • Wide range of interactive audio-visual resources (Harvard. listening. business theory and practice. attending meetings. Course materials will be provided for all students. pronunciation. etc. • Making presentations. e.com www. etc. academia. starting any Monday.g. Fax: +44 (0) 191 232 1126. music. listening. Email: info@ihnewcastle.g. CPE. for your personal needs • Focus on speaking and listening. politics.General English (GE) INTERNATIONAL HOUSE NEWCASTLE OFFERS: • General English • Summer Courses • English for Academic Purposes • IELTS Preparation Courses • Cambridge Examination Courses • Young Learners’ Residential Summer Courses • Junior Homestay Courses • English for Business (BULATS) • One-to-One Tuition • Personal Study Programmes • University Foundation Courses • Teacher Training Courses (CELTA. e. customer care. Personal Study Programmes allow us to offer a course relevant to your individual needs. speaking 1:1 sessions. Other students need to improve their writing and reading skills but in traditional classes they cannot get the time and support they need to progress rapidly in these specific areas. negotiating. • Contextualised English work on personal hobbies or interests. FCE. 7-15 Gallowgate. CAE. 15. sports. The ratio in PSP is usually 6:1 (maximum 12:1) International House Newcastle.) At International House Newcastle. International House Newcastle teaches using the communicative method. speaking. etc.10. environment. such as business. Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 4SG Tel: +44 (0) 191 232 9551. IH Campus. BULATS. fashion. grammar. ILM) • Monitoring and support from our qualified PSP team of teachers • Examination preparation (IELTS.ihnewcastle. including a study pack and vocabulary book. 25 or 30 hours per week 15. Personal Study Programme (PSP) • PSP is your course. PSP is: • Managed and guided learning with specialised trained teachers • Adaptable to each individual student • Students working together in small groups with teachers on hand • Varied: explore reading. cinema.

English plus Internship (E+I) Internship placements can be arranged in the following fields: • Business • Administration • Marketing • Magazine publishing • Public relations • Finance • Theatres/museums • Media • Hospitality • Web development • IT systems • Law • Graphic design The aims of the internship are to help the student: • Link theory and practice through practical experience of work to complement studies Additional benefits include: • • • • • • • Personal development Improving time management Making professional connections Self presentation skills Experience for CV/résumé Gaining career information Developing entrepreneurial skills • Obtain material for a project/dissertation which forms part of the assessment of the internship • Learn new technical skills and reinforce and complement existing skills • Develop and exercise thinking in a practical context and self-development through critical reflection Cambridge Examination Classes (CE) • International House is a Cambridge ESOL examination centre • Examination fee included in full course price (minimum 10 or 12 weeks) • High pass rates • Qualified and experienced teachers • 10 hours per week of classes following an examination syllabus • 5 hours of examination PSP for needs-based examination practice • Classes can be combined with 10 hours of General English classes each week (CE15+GE10) These are usually 10 or 12 week courses for: Cambridge English: First (FCE).January 6th . This course is also suitable for students wishing to take the TOEFL or Pearson’s Academic English examinations. July 25th. Course dates: (10 weeks) . July 24th. Our Business English classes can lead to the Cambridge BULATS examination and International House is a recognised centre.March 24th . June 11th.March 14th (CAE and FCE Only) (12 weeks) . in a specific area of business. human resources. Business English students must be at least B2 (Upper Intermediate) level. The course consists of 10 hours per week of classroom teaching plus 5 hours per week of individual Business PSP. English language skills and grammar are taught within a business context. memos. public relations. FCE and CPE) Examination dates: FCE – March 14th.Academic English for IELTS (AE) • Prepare for the IELTS examination • Focus on reading. Individual students must be at least B1 (Intermediate) level to follow this course. writing. advertising. emails. June 10th. These courses provide 10 hours per week of classroom teaching and 5 hours of AE PSP (AE15). etc. The teachers on these courses are specially trained to prepare students for IELTS. Business English 15 (BE15) can also be combined with 10 hours of General English per week (BE15+GE10). Students may be able to join after the start dates subject to their level of English. both face-to-face and on the telephone In Business English classes.June 13th (CAE. The development of study skills and learner autonomy is also essential to these courses. finance. August 22nd and December 3rd CPE – June 12th and December 4th These combined courses are suitable for students who would like work experience in a UK company. Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE) or Cambridge English: Proficiency (CPE). speaking or listening in Academic PSP • Examination practice in PSP • International House-trained Academic English teachers • Develop study skills and learner independence EAP/IELTS courses are suitable for students who need IELTS to continue on to further or higher education in the UK and other English speaking countries. FCE and CPE) (12 weeks) . . They can also be combined with 10 hours of General English each week (AE15+GE10). Advice on taking IELTS and assistance with applications is provided. Business English (BE) • International House is a registered centre for BULATS and TOEIC • Work with materials from Harvard Business School. The reading. branding. marketing.September 15th . listening and speaking components of IELTS are studied and practised. August 21st and December 2nd CAE – March 15th. consumer behaviour and forecasting • Present marketing strategies and statistics more effectively • Develop listening skills in business contexts • Improve English language writing skills for formal letters. The minimum length of study is 8 weeks on a Business English course. University for Industry/LearnDirect and The Institute of Leadership and Management • Develop vocabulary and discuss production. • Improve oral communication skills.December 5th (CAE. writing.

science. The objective is to raise the level of English towards level 4 and above. INDIVIDUAL STUDENTS The courses for aviation workers combine General English classes with an aviationfocused Personal Study Programme for £230 per week. Castles of Northumbria and the Lake District • Optional trip to London (price on application) • £520 per week • Optional Extra: Unaccompanied Minor Service £60 return Please note this service is mandatory with some airlines Private Lessons (PL) Private lessons are designed to meet clients’ individual requirements. Please contact the school for further information. medicine.YOUNGER LEARNER COURSES Junior Homestay Courses (JHC) Winter programme – January 5th to February 16th Summer intensive programme – June 15th to June 29th Summer programme – June 29th to August 10th Homestay Group Packages are also available for groups of 10 or more all year round. focusing on speaking and listening skills. etc. They are conducted on a one-to-one basis. These courses can be as long as required. English for Aviation (EA) ICAO (the International Civil Aviation Organisation) states that all international airline and helicopter pilots and all air traffic controllers for international flights must be able to prove that they have a level of English equal to level 4 on the international ICAO scale.com for more information. in business.g. tourism. law. especially 'plain' English in an aviation context. and can be combined with 1:1 classes at an extra £60 per hour. The package is for 13 to 17 year olds and includes: • English tuition – 15 hours per week • Activity programme every afternoon and 3 evenings per week • Alternative intensive option – classes each afternoon instead of activity programme (25 hours' tuition per week) • Full-board homestay accommodation (café lunch) • Transfers • Local travel passes • Integrated project work if requested • Social programme and excursions to great locations. These classes give private attention for rapid progress and can be combined with other English classes.price on application. Each course can conclude with the Test of English for Aviation . e. from 2 weeks to 24 weeks. such as Edinburgh. English for Football with the Newcastle United FC Foundation Available all year for groups of 10 students or more This package is for 13 to 17 year olds and includes: • 30 hours of ‘English for Football’ • 10 x 3-hour NUFC sessions • 4 coaching sessions each week with Newcastle United’s professional coaches • Stadium tour of St James’ Park • Evening activity programme and weekend excursions • Full-board homestay • Transfers • Local travel pass • £1900 per student per fortnight Please contact info@ihnewcastle. York. Intensive Executive Course (EXEC) • 25 hours of intensive 1:1 tuition per week • Lunch with the teacher • Additional 5 hours of guided Personal Study Programme • Optional visits to local companies and evening cultural programme • Homestay accommodation included • Fastest progress in the shortest time away from work .

” Caroline Preston Academic Director . observation and assignments) Applicant profile September 15th – November 7th Optional extra: Examination Preparation Course November 10th – 14th • Deepen understanding of the principles and practice of teaching English • Examine current practices and theories • Learning and reflection applied to teaching and academic management roles Applicants should: • have two years’ full-time experience teaching English within the past five years • have a wide range of teaching experience in different contexts and at different levels • be a graduate and/or have an initial teaching qualification and a proficiency level of English All DELTA courses include: • 10 hours of teaching practice • 10 hours’ observation of experienced teachers • written assignments (one extended) and a written examination • 120 contact hours on course and circa 300 hours on reading. Our highly-qualified teachers aim to deliver relevant.com for a group application. from the perspective of both teacher and student.com “At International House Newcastle we offer classes at every level from A1 (Beginner) to C2 (Proficiency) .ihnewcastle. observation and assignments • 80% attendance/completion required for each component (input.com or visit our website at www. useful and engaging classes. For further information and all application forms please contact: tt@ihnewcastle.TEACHER TRAINING COURSES Personal Methodology Programmes (PMP) • English language tuition • PSP in methodology for English and CLIL teachers • Loop-input awareness raising (learn as a student: reflect as a teacher) • Observation of International House teachers • Project assignment on teaching methodology • Personal focus on current trends and theories in teaching methodology The whole experience will be as ‘one of the team’ at International House Newcastle. research and assignments Teaching Methodology Group Programmes (minimum group size 8) • A modular teacher training course for non-native speakers of English • Develop awareness of current trends in language teaching • Ideas and materials to use in class • Update and develop awareness of everyday English • Language classes. DELTA CELTA COURSE DATES 2014 January 6th – January 31st March 3rd – March 28th June 2nd – June 27th August 18th – September 12th November 10th – December 5th • Most widely recognised initial TEFL/TESOL qualification • Designed for candidates with little or no English language teaching experience • Suitable for teachers with teaching experience but little or no formal training • Assessed teaching practice. teaching practice. PSP on methodology and methodology classes Areas covered will include: • Motivating language learners • Contemporary culture in English-speaking countries • Learning styles • Vocabulary • Lexical approach • Presentation of new language • • • • Functional language Observation and loop-input Classroom management Teaching speaking and listening • Teaching reading and writing • Teaching phonology • High level of competence in written and spoken English • Standard of education allowing entry to Higher Education • At least 18 years old at the start of the course • Showing potential to become an effective teacher Please contact tt@ihnewcastle. lesson planning. Each student’s progress is personally monitored and this is supported by weekly reports and regular tutorials. Students can also choose to study Business English or work towards an examination.

Bedding. Each apartment has 3.ihnewcastle. breakfast. Please see our website: www. a living room and a kitchen. Self-Catering Homestay (£130 per week) Live with an English-speaking host/family with the opportunity to cook your own meals. AIRPORT TRANSFERS Transfers (£40 one way. 5 or 6 lockable bedrooms. These apartments are ideal for students who want to be independent and in the company of other international students. The rent includes twice weekly cleaning of the common areas.com for further information. International House World Organisation and EAQUALS. only 5 minutes’ walk from International House. but students are responsible for keeping their bedroom. 4. bathroom and kitchen in a clean condition. Students never share homestay accommodation with others of the same nationality unless specifically requested. 15 minutes’ walk from the school. Homestay with Halal diet costs an additional £10 per week. HOMESTAY ACCOMMODATION International House arranges half-board and selfcatering homestay accommodation with English speaking hosts/host families living within 20 minutes’ travel time of the school. SUMMER APARTMENTS in July and August (£150 to £170 per week) Single and double bedroom en-suite apartments. All utilities and Wi-Fi connections are included. crockery and cutlery are provided. • Optional Extra: Unaccompanied Minor Service £60 return Please note this service is mandatory with some airlines . Homestay accommodation is regularly checked by our accommodation officer who ensures that we meet the standard required by the British Council. We offer single or double (if requested) bedrooms with space to study. £80 return) are available from Newcastle International Airport for all students. close to all the places of interest in this lively university city. evening meal and lunch at weekends with an English-speaking host/family (extra night £25). 2 shower rooms/bathrooms.ACCOMMODATION SELF-CATERING APARTMENTS AT CHARLOTTE HOUSE (£130 per week) Charlotte House is in the city centre. Half-Board Homestay (£150 per week) Includes bed.

pub and club evenings and many other fun and cultural events. cinema. Cost (£) 35 30 35 30 30 20 Lake District National Park UK CONNECTIONS Aberdeen SCOTLAND Glasgow Glasgow Edinb rgh Aln!ick Hadrian"s Wall Northumbria Edinburgh Newcastle NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE Leeds Bradford D rham Manchester York Manchester Liverpool Luton We also have a school café selling hot and cold light meals and refreshments. the ancient capital of Scotland York.SOCIAL PROGRAMME International House Newcastle offers a year-round social programme for our clients. The minibus service is free and you only pay for admission fees and guide’s fees. theatre. international food parties. a beautiful National Park Bamburgh.. ENGLAND Birmingham Norwich WALES Cardiff Bristol LONDON Stansted Heathrow Southampton Plymouth Gatwick Rail journey times from Newcastle to. We have regular weekend excursions to the following destinations: Excursion Edinburgh. watch TV. International House has a mini-bus which allows us to offer specialised excursions throughout the year.. play board games and take part in social events. Alnwick and Holy Island Castles of Northumbria Hadrian’s Wall World Heritage Site Durham Cathedral and Castle Other activities include: • • • • • bowling. a historic city The Lake District. York – 1 hour Edinburgh – 1 hour 30 minutes Manchester – 2 hours 30 minutes Glasgow – 2 hours 30 minutes London King’s Cross – under 3 hours Birmingham – under 3 hours Liverpool – under 3 hours 30 minutes . All events and excursions are optional. The café/student common room is a great place to socialise with friends.

Please contact the school as soon as possible if you are unable to start your course on the date agreed. Accommodation Accommodation bookings are from Sunday to Sunday.com We suggest booking at least 1 week in advance in order to allow time for the enrolments procedure. Students who require a visa will need to apply further in advance. Government-sponsored students who are applying for a visa will need to pay the relevant non-refundable booking fee before any visa acceptance documents are issued by the school.g. 7-15 Gallowgate Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 4SG Tel: +44 (0) 191 232 9551 Fax: +44 (0) 191 232 1126 Email: info@ihnewcastle. 6. Course Availability Adults (16+) all year. You must also ensure that any banking charges incurred are added to your payment. The school will be closed on the following public holidays in the UK. Electron. Complete the attached application form. If an epidemic has been declared by the authorities.gov. civil or military disaster or disruption. Newcastle upon Tyne. Full payment of fees. However. A full list of acceptable certificates and the grades required can be found on the Home Office website: http://www. Online Booking Courses and accommodation can also be booked and paid for online at www. Please note that as a student visitor you are not allowed to work while in the UK.uk/ studyingintheuk/adult-students/ Visa regulations may change at short notice. No refund will be given once the course has started. December 29th 2014.uk/ visas-immigration/visiting/student For courses of more than 11 months and/ or leading to higher education: PBS Tier 4 (General) Student Visa Students must study at least 15 hours per week. Course Extension Fee . Return the application by email. we will immediately notify the Home Office and withdraw sponsorship by cancelling the CAS. and all academic course materials. Students may start their course on any Monday (subject to availability). There is a minimum English Language requirement that must be proven with a Secure English Language Test (SELT) certificate. or act of terrorism. Course application fully completed. 2. but English Language Course students are not permitted to work. please contact the school. and all academic course materials. full fees (excluding the administration fee) will be refunded by International House. There is no minimum English level requirement. Cancellation and visas If your visa application is unsuccessful. The school will also be closed for the following Christmas break: Monday. plus information on what you will use your English skills for in the future. Courses cannot be transferred between students. We can accept payments by bank transfer using the following details: Bank name: HSBC Bank address: 110 Grey Street. Their parents or guardians must complete a Parental Consent form. Please note that we require a minimum of 7 days' notice for any accommodation changes or cancellations. Further applications for visa extension may be made. Standard UK banking charges are £12 and additional charges made by your own bank must also be covered. Visa students need to supply: 1. December 26th. 2.Me. provided that evidence is offered at least 1 full week before the course start date. The school recommends student travel insurance supplied by Guard.£50 Visa students . Please note that courses cannot be transferred between students. December 22nd to Friday.Standard Booking Fee plus £50 this includes the Home Office CAS fee Booking fees are non-refundable payments that cover student ID/access cards. A copy of the passport. General Cancellation Policy If the school is notified 28 days or more before the course start date. The school will then inform Tier 4 applicants about further supporting documentation required. This can be checked on the following Home Office webpage: http://www.ukba. general and visa administration where applicable. If International House Newcastle does not receive the Parental Consent form.homeoffice.ihnewcastle. In the case of less than 28 days’ notice. accommodation arrangements. Early May Bank Holiday May 5th Spring Bank Holiday Summer Bank Holiday May 26th August 25th Force Majeure The school is not liable if it takes all reasonable precautions yet still cannot perform its functions as a result of extreme weather. university study. Please note: no refund can be given for these days. Extra nights are subject to availability.homeoffice. Maestro. Pay the full fees (including booking fee). In the event of an outbreak of infectious disease. full fees (excluding administration costs) will be refunded by International House on the on written evidence of refusal from the Home Office. fax or post to: International House. emergency. disease. 3.BOOKING YOUR COURSE To enrol on a course simply complete the following steps: 1. http://www. Visa Information If you are a student from outside of the European Economic Area. you may need to apply for a visa to enter the UK. NE1 6JG Account name: International House Account number: 62397536 Sort code: 40-34-18 Branch identifier code: MIDLGB22 IBAN: GB49 MIDL 40341862397536 Please use the full name of the student plus the number of our invoice as references when making a transfer. 3. in these circumstances the homestay will not necessarily accept responsibility for enforcing the curfew.gov. Students must be ready to study on a course at CEFR Level B2.Standard Booking Fee plus £30 Tier 4 students .com . Up to 3 homestay families will be allocated per student where necessary. Any unpaid bank charges must be paid before the course starts.uk/en/doineedvisa/ International House Newcastle is recognised by the Home Office as a Highly Trusted Sponsor . you will not be able to extend your stay while in the UK as a student visitor or as a student. Which visa will I need? For courses of 6 months or less: Student Visitor Visa For courses of 11 months or less: Extended Student Visitor Visa If you come to the UK as a student visitor. You can call +44 (0) 191 232 9551 to make a card payment. students should not travel to Newcastle if they suspect that they are carriers of the infectious disease in question. we require the SELT certificate. Further information on living in homestay and Charlotte House can be found on our website. January 6th 2014. regarding the consumption of alcohol and tobacco. Public Holidays 2014 The school reopens on Wednesday. equivalent to (or above) Level B1 on the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR). You should always consult the latest guidance online before making an application for any visa.ukvisas. We accept Visa. MasterCard. Christmas and New Year December 20th 2013 to January 6th 2014 Good Friday Easter Monday April 18th April 21st Payment Procedure Please note that all course and accommodation fees must be paid in full on application. all students and/or parents/guardians are required to comply with national or school rules regarding quarantine. with arrival after 2pm and departure before 10am where possible. in particular. Junior Bookings All students under the age of 18 have to comply with UK laws.ukba. Switch. 4. enrolment. For specific enquiries. natural. If applying for a Tier 4 (General) Student Visa.Sponsor Licence No: 5P2D6T558.£25 (only payable when extending a course) Please note that at least 1 week’s notice is required to extend Business English or Academic English courses. e. fire.gov. Solo and Connect. This form will be sent with the booking documents and/or can be downloaded from the booking conditions section of the International House Newcastle website. 13-17 for JHC and 13-17 for English for Football. it will be assumed that the general rules and conditions outlined in the form have been accepted by the parents/guardian of the student. In the event that a Tier 4 visa has been obtained using our CAS and the course is not followed. The school will reopen on Monday. we strongly recommend that you take out comprehensive insurance which covers reimbursement of fees as no refund will be given. Booking Fees Standard Booking Fee . including a UK address if accommodation has not been requested via the school. Which type of visa will be applied for? • Student Visitor Visa • Extended Student Visitor Visa • PBS Tier 4 (General) Student Visa 5.

...................................................................................... ........................................................................................................ Beginner (A1) Elementary (A2) Pre-Intermediate (A2+) Intermediate (B1) Upper-Intermediate (B2) Advanced (C1) How did you hear about International House Newcastle? Friend/family Webpage Travel agent Other agent International House School FOR OFFICE USE ONLY I have read and understood the course booking information........... Signed .............../............................................................................ Monday to Friday.......................................................... Newcastle Hours per week 10 hours 15 hours 20 hours 25 hours 30 hours 15 hours 25 hours 15 hours 25 hours 15 hours 25 hours on demand 30 hours 15 hours Fee (£) per week 150 180 210 230 250 180 230 180 230 190 230 60 per hour 1400 180 +300 internship fee 520 (all inclusive) 795 (all inclusive) Length of accommodation: ............................. EXEC Start date: ................ of hours ......................./...... . VISA REQUIRED Student Visitor Visa PBS Tier 4 General Student Visa Other (please indicate) .......COURSE INFORMATION ENGLISH COURSES General English (GE10) General English + PSP (GE10+PSP5) General English (GE20) General English + PSP (GE20+PSP5) General English + PSP (GE20 + PSP 10) Business English (BE15) (includes 5 hours PSP) Business English + General English (BE15+GE10) Academic English (AE15) (includes 5 hours PSP) Academic English + General English (AE15+GE10) *Cambridge English (CE15) (includes 5 hours PSP) *Cambridge English + General English (CE15+GE10) Private Lessons (1:1) on request Intensive executive course (EXEC) English plus Internship (E+I) Junior Homestay Courses (JHC) IH Edinburgh Summer Camp APPLICATION FORM 2014 ACCOMMODATION REQUIREMENTS First Name ..................................................................... In July and August..... Postcode ........... The timetable will depend on your level and the course you have booked....................... Home Address ............................................................................................................................................................................................ NB Please supply the relevant supporting documentation required (see visa information) INSURANCE FCE CAE CPE FCE CAE CPE TEACHER TRAINING COURSES Personal Methodology Programme Teaching Methodology Group Programmes CELTA DELTA DELTA examination preparation course 25 hours 25 hours (4 weeks) (8 weeks) (1 week) 320 260 1250 2100 300 I would like to book travel insurance with Guard........................................................Me at £5................................................................. .....50 per week....... Date of Birth (dd/mm/yy) ..................................... Gender Female Male Passport Number (or ID card number for EEA students) .......................... Length of course: .................... Country ......................................................................................................../................................................................. Town/City ... weeks LEVEL OF ENGLISH (please tick one box) Timetable: Lessons are between 9am and 5pm......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... NB Insurance is included for all under-18 students ADDRESS IN UK (IF APPLICABLE) UK Address ...... JHC Yes No Email ........................................................................... Telephone ................................................................ weeks No accommodation needed OTHER REQUESTS: Smoking Pets Children Internet connection Allergies/special diets (please explain) ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ Half-board Homestay Self-catering Homestay Self-catering Charlotte House JHC (half-board homestay with café lunches) Family Name ................/......................................................................................................... classes may finish at 7pm.......................................................................... 10 hour course: 9am-11am OR 11am-1pm OR 1pm-3pm OR 3pm-5pm 15 hour course: 9am-11am OR 11am-1pm OR 1pm-3pm OR 3pm-5pm PLUS 1 hour of PSP per day 20 hour course: 9am-11am and 1pm-3pm OR 11am-1pm and 3pm-5pm 25 hour course: 9am-11am and 1pm-3pm OR 11am-1pm and 3pm-5pm PLUS 1 hour of PSP per day 30 hour course: 9am-11am and 1pm-3pm OR 11am-1pm and 3pm-5pm PLUS 2 hours of PSP per day *Cambridge examination fees are included when the full preparation course is booked (10 or 12 weeks)....................... Postcode ..................... Telephone (home) ....... Each one hour lesson lasts 55 minutes.................................................................................................... I require an arrival transfer I require a departure transfer COURSE (please tick one box) GE10 GE10+PSP5 GE20 GE20+PSP5 BE15 BE15+GE10 GE20+PSP10 1:1 AE15 AE15+GE10 CE15 (please circle one) CE15+GE10 (please circle one) E+I OTC EA state no........ Contact Person in Emergency ................................... Mobile ....... Date ..

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