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A message from the Minister of Education
Hon A.V. Craine MHK
The Isle of Man College has again devised a wide-ranging programme of
Part-Time courses for the year 2009/10.

This prospectus is a treasure trove of useful and inspirational opportunities
for all of us to participate in. Whether you are looking to improve your skills,
train towards a new career or develop a hobby or interest, the Isle of Man
College will have something that will interest you.The majority of the
population of the Isle of Man will, at some point in their lives, go to the
College to take part in one of the many courses on offer.

If you've never been before, now's your chance. It is an exciting place to
learn and the experienced and enthusiastic staff will be pleased to share their
knowledge with you.

Why not have a fresh look at what's on offer and set yourself a new
challenge this year? We're never too old (or too young) to learn and the
best place to do that is at the Isle of Man College.

Failt erriu
Çhaghteraght voish y Çhirveishagh Ynsee
A.V. Craine Oltey Onnoroil y Chiare as Feed

Ta Colleish Ellan Vannin er n’aarlaghey reesht claare lhean dy choorseyn Paart-Emshyragh son y vlein 2009/10.
Ta’n prospectus shoh ny choir-hashtee dy chaaghyn ymmydoil as breeoil ayndaue oddysmayd ooilley ayrn y ghoaill. My t’ou shirrey
shareaghey ny schleiyn ayd, ny traenal son coorse-kiartey noa, ny gynsaghey tooilley mychione ceau-traa ny cooish symmoil, bee red
ennagh cooie dhyt ec Colleish Ellan Vannin. Hed yn chooid vooar dy leih ayns Mannin dys y Cholleish ec traa ennagh sy vea oc dy
ghoaill ayrn aynsnane jeh’n earroo mooar dy choorseyn ta ry gheddyn aynshen.
Mannagh vel oo rieau er ve roie, shoh dhyt nish y caa.T’eh ny voayl greesee son ynsaghey as s’taittin lesh yn skimmee oayllagh as jeean
yn tushtey oc y rheynn mayrts.
Jeeagh er y stoo noa ta goll er chebbal dhyt as cur dhyt hene doolane noa mleeaney. Cre’n fa nagh? Cha nel shin rieau ro henn (ny ro
aeg) dy ynsaghey as cha nel boayl share ayn shen y yannoo na ec Colleish Ellan Vannin.

We are easy to find!
F rom the TT Grandstand on Glencrutchery Road, turn up
Greenfield Road (alongside the TT score-board). The
College is straight ahead at the end of Greenfield Road.

The Isle of Man College
Homefield Road,
Douglas, Isle of Man IM2 6RB
Tel: 01624 648200 Fax: 01624 648201
mail@iomcollege.ac.im www.iomcollege.ac.im

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ACT NOW FOR THE BEST CHOICE
(all forms will be dealt with in order of receipt)

If you are interested in joining one of our Part-Time courses, YOU CAN ENROL NOW – in order to have the best
chance of securing the course place of your choice. Any delay (e.g. not having the correct fee payment, incomplete
information on the form, or evidence in support of a claim for fee reduction) may delay the choices available to you.
In-person payments by cheque must be supported by a current cheque guarantee card.
Your enrolment is specific to you, and you are not entitled to transfer your enrolment to anyone else.
Enrolment forms are included within this Guide.Your completed form(s) may be posted to the College or brought to the College
Reception. Our normal weekday daytime hours of operation are 8.30am to 5.00pm.
There will be the opportunity to telephone and make appointments with members of the lecturing staff during the Summer Vacation
period, and there will ALSO be formal IN-PERSON ENROLMENT SESSIONS, with members of the lecturing staff available to
give advice & guidance on those courses with places still available (see the College Calendar on Page 32 for details).

Please check your course start dates carefully (in the relevant sections of the Guide) as these can vary from the
term dates stated in the College Calendar.

You can contact the College for further information as follows:
Adult Community Education, Communication & Literacy/Numeracy Skills: 648204
Art, Design & Media, Learning Support,Training & Business Development 648206
Business, Office Administration and Information Technology: 648202
Construction, Engineering, Hairdressing & Beauty Therapy, and Hospitality & Catering: 648205
GCSE, GCE AS & A Level, Health & Social Care, and EFL/ESOL: 648203
Professional and Management: 648345

COURSE FEES:- The fees will typically include the course fee together with registration and examination fees. There will be some
exceptions to this arrangement, for example:-
1. in some areas where more than one examination may be taken, and where it is not clear at enrolment how many examinations will be
involved. In such cases, if there is an integrated fee, then the integrated charge might include a minimum of one examination fee. Any
additional examination entries will have to be charged separately – in full, (unless a 100% fee exemption applied at the initial enrolment);
2. on Adult Community Education courses that have an examination option that can be exercised after the course has started, they will also
have to be charged separately;
3. examination re-sits will attract an additional payment in full (irrespective of any previous fee discounts which may have been given);
4. if a student does not take an examination for which there was provision within the initial fee at enrolment, they will not be entitled to a
refund of that element of the initial fee;
5. certain institutional registration/membership fees required by professional bodies are payable directly by the student.

The fees quoted in this Guide apply for students who have resided in the Isle of Man, Channel Islands OR the EC for the three years up to
the 1st September immediately before the start of their course. In regard to part-time courses that have full-time equivalents, students
who do not satisfy the residential qualification will be charged higher fees which are typically about four times the quoted rate. Please
refer to the relevant course text, or ask for advice, if you are uncertain.
REFUNDS
Course fee refunds are only considered if a claim is made in the 1st term of a course. Refunds may be assessed on a pro rata basis after a
course has started.
N.B. fee discounts and refunds do not apply on certain courses.
[If in doubt, please check the College’s full Fees Policy & Regulations which are available on request]
The IOM College reserves the right to cancel any course if insuficient applications are received.

Dr Ian Killip (College Principal)

Equal Opportunities
The IOM College actively supports its Equal Opportunities Policy.
Many of the courses in this Guide are offered at many different sites around the Island, which some people may find difficult to access. If you
feel that you may need any kind of assistance please add a note to your enrolment form.

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gov. Exams for papers 1 to 4 are Computer-based. For most courses you will also have to pay exam fees and purchase text books in addition to the course fees.im An Information Evening will be held on Monday 29th June 2009 from 4pm to 7.doe.00 CAT5-SU ACCA Certified Accounting Tech Paper 5 FRI 15-Mar-10 13:45 17:00 5 95. it is essential you join the appropriate professional body (in many cases this can be done online via the web address given).30pm when tutors will be available to give advice on courses and answer questions.00 CAT10-D ACCA Certified Accounting Tech Paper 10 MON 04-Jan-10 15:00 17:00 18 215. Homefield Road. IM2 6RB Telephone number: 648345 Fax number: 648201carole. For further details of all courses.00 CAT5-AU ACCA Certified Accounting Tech Paper 5 FRI 09-Oct-09 13:45 17:00 5 95.collister@college. Douglas.00 See also www. many of which are open access and as such stipulate no prior entry requirements. If you’re not sure what you would like to study. prior to joining the course. Business Studies Code Title Day Start Date Start End Wks Fee The Business. IT and management.00 CAT3-EM ACCA Certified Accounting Tech Paper 3 MON 08-Mar-10 18:00 21:15 12 260. please contact: Mrs Carole Collister.00 CAT4 ACCA Certified Accounting Tech Paper 4 WED 10-Mar-10 18:00 21:15 12 260.00 CAT9-E ACCA Certified Accounting Tech Paper 9 WED 06-Jan-10 18:00 20:00 18 275. Have a look at………. Successful completion of the CAT qualification gives exemption from papers F1.00 CAT2-EM ACCA Certified Accounting Tech Paper 2 MON 14-Dec-09 18:00 21:15 9 190. so you can study and qualify at a pace which suits you. If you are looking for courses in….accaglobal. Programme Area Secretary. or for an appointment to discuss your requirements.00 CAT3-D ACCA Certified Accounting Tech Paper 3 MON 08-Mar-10 13:45 17:00 12 190. Professional and Management Programme Area offers a range of courses. Professional and Management Studies Isle of Man College. Detailed information is included in this and the next two pages.00 CAT2-D ACCA Certified Accounting Tech Paper 2 MON 14-Dec-09 13:45 17:00 9 130. in alphabetic order. CAT1-D ACCA Certified Accounting Tech Paper 1 MON 14-Sep-09 13:45 17:00 12 180.00 CAT6 ACCA Certified Accounting Tech Paper 6 WED 09-Sep-09 18:00 21:15 12 275. Further details of the majority of the courses are available on the professional body web sites and the Programme area pages on the College web site. 2 and 3 of the ACCA qualification (see below).00 CAT8 ACCA Certified Accounting Tech Paper 8 TUE 05-Jan-10 18:00 20:00 18 275. and is accessible to anyone aged 16 years or older. here’s a quick overview of our courses. Accountancy and Book-keeping International Association of Book-keepers ACCA Certified Accounting Technician Association of Chartered Certified Accountants Business and Management Chartered Management Institute Edexcel Higher National Certificate Company and Trust Administration ICSA Certificate in Offshore Financial Administration ICSA Diploma in Offshore Financial Administration Financial Services Certificate in Financial Planning (Papers 1 to 5) Personnel Management Certificate in Personnel Practice Unless stated. There are no time constraints to complete your examinations.00 CAT10-E ACCA Certified Accounting Tech Paper 10 THU 07-Jan-10 18:00 20:00 18 275. the entry fee for your first attempt is included in the course fee.00 CAT7-D ACCA Certified Accounting Tech Paper 7 MON 07-Sep-09 13:45 17:00 12 205.00 CAT7-E ACCA Certified Accounting Tech Paper 7 THU 10-Sep-09 18:00 21:15 12 275. ACCA CERTIFIED ACCOUNTING TECHNICIAN (CAT) This qualification is a combination of study and practical experience designed to build your knowledge in accountancy. Business.com 3 .00 CAT1-EM ACCA Certified Accounting Tech Paper 1 MON 14-Sep-09 18:00 21:15 12 245.

These programmes can be viewed as specific “stand-alone” qualifications or as a progressive set of qualifications. Further details on this upon request.00 See also www.co. the entry fee for your first attempt is included in the course fee. *DTI funding may be available for 50% of this fee.Financial Planning Certificate TBA TBA 6 190.00 CCAF5 ACCA Paper F5 Performance Management TUE 08-Sep-09 18:00 21:15 12 320.co.00 CCAF8 ACCA Paper F8 Audit and Assurance TUE 05-Jan-10 18:00 21:15 18 435.L2 TUE 22-Sep-09 18:00 20:00 32 900.00 CCAF7 ACCA Paper F7 Financial Reporting WED 09-Sep-09 18:00 21:15 12 320.uk & www.00 CCAF6 ACCA Paper F6 Taxation TUE 05-Jan-09 18:00 21:15 18 435.00 CFP1-SP Paper 1 .uk CHARTERED INSURANCE INSTITUTE (CII) The CII is the premier professional organisation for those working in the insurance and financial services industry.00 19.Financial Planning Certificate TUE 15-Sep-09 18.Financial Planning Certificate TUE 12-Jan-10 18.Financial Planning Certificate TBA TBA 6 190.00 CFP5-AU Paper 5 .cii.00 CFP2-SP Paper 2 . CPP Certificate in Personnel Practice THU 13-Jan-10 14:00 19:30 34 1435.ac.00 CCAP6 ACCA Paper P6 Advanced Taxation (revision) TUE 06-Oct-09 18:00 21:15 6 170.Financial Planning Certificate TBA TBA 6 190. CMI2 Cert in Team Leading . CCAF1/3 ACCA Knowledge Papers 1 to 3 TUE 08-Sep-09 16:00 20:30 34 780. Exams for Papers 1 to 4 are computer based multi-choice exams.00 CFP2-AU Paper 2 . Certificate in Financial Planning CFP1-AU Paper 1 .00 CFP3-SP Paper 3 .cipd. the mechanics and purpose of the main investment products on offer and the process of giving advice to clients.00 CCAF-4 ACCA Paper F4 Corporate & Business Law THU 10-Sep-09 16:00 20:15 12 320.15 10 255. Students will be automatically registered with the Chartered Management Institute – no extra fee payable.00 CFP3-AU Paper 3 .Financial Planning Certificate TBA TBA 6 190.00 CFP4-SP Paper 4 . please contact the Programme Area Secretary to arrange this.00 19. The Certificate in Financial Planning qualification will develop your knowledge and understanding of regulatory issues.00 See also www.org.00 CFP4-AU Paper 4 .L3 THU 17-Sep-09 15:00 20:00 36 *2400.ibs.uk CHARTERED MANAGEMENT INSTITUTE In a joint venture with the International Business School a range of programmes is on offer that have been approved by The Chartered Management Institute.00 CCAF9 ACCA Paper F9 Financial Management THU 07-Jan-10 18:00 21:15 18 435.com CHARTERED INSTITUTE OF PERSONNEL AND DEVELOPMENT (CIPD) This course. which leads to Associate Membership of the CIPD. See also www. Full details are available on the College and IBS web sites. Business Studies Code Title Day Start Date Start End Wks Fee ASSOCIATION OF CHARTERED CERTIFIED ACCOUNTANTS (ACCA) This course develops a comprehensive understanding of the knowledge and techniques required by the modern professional accountant in addition to providing individuals with a range of transferable skills highly sought after in many sectors of the economy. Personnel support staff and administrators with a personnel role.00 Levels 5 & 7 Diploma in Management & Executive Diploma in Management are available at the International Business School.Financial Planning Certificate MON 11-Jan-10 18:00 21:15 10 255.15 10 255.00 See also www.00 CMI3 Cert in Management . An informal interview is required prior to enrolment.accaglobal. has been developed to meet the needs of Personnel Assistants/Officers.im 4 . Students of other professional accounting bodies wishing to undertake a suitable course of study should contact the programme area secretary regarding units that may have common material with ACCA units.managers. * Exams for papers F1 to F3 are Computer-based. which are available twice per month at IOM College. Successful completion of Level Two can lead to a BSc (Hons) Degree in Applied Accounting awarded by Oxford Brookes University.Financial Planning Certificate TBA TBA 6 190.Financial Planning Certificate MON 14-Sep-09 18:00 21:15 10 255. for entry details and fees involved see the CII website.

00 INSTITUTE OF CHARTERED SECRETARIES AND ADMINISTRATORS (ICSA) ICSA Certificate in Offshore Finance and Administration A foundation qualification that provides an introduction to the offshore finance sector.00 DIBK Diploma in Book Keeping THU 17-Sep-09 18:00 20:00 30 265. This is a two-year course at undergraduate level.00 See also www. Students will be automatically registered with Edexcel – no extra fee payable. HCBUS1 Business HNC (Yr 1)Please contact the Programme Area Secretary for further details See also www.uk 5 .uk INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF BOOK-KEEPERS These qualifications are designed to equip students with the necessary knowledge and skills required in a book-keeping role. whether these arise from a shift in their own sphere of employment.00 DPOFA3 ICSA Diploma Governance & Reporting TUE 02-Mar-10 18:00 21:15 14 360. Company Law & Ad” WED 30-Sep-09 18:00 21:15 14 360.edexcel.org. DPOFA1 ICSA Dip Bus Manage Theory & Practice MON 28-Sep-09 18:00 21:15 14 360. There are no formal entry requirements. The qualification has been developed to meet the needs of the major functions in business. promotion to supervisory or management roles or from general changes in business practices and the business environment.00 DPOFA2 “ICSA Dipl Advanc Trust. Candidates holding a relevant qualification can apply for exemption from the Certificate.00 CTOFA2 ICSA Cert Introduction to Investments MON 28-Sep-09 18:00 21:15 14 300.org.00 CTOFA3 ICSA Cert Intro to Offshore Business Env MON 01-Mar-10 18:00 21:15 14 300. in order to enter directly onto the Diploma. understanding and skills required for success in current and future employment or for progression to an undergraduate degree. These transferable skills will enable students to meet changing circumstances.00 DPOFA4 ICSA Diploma Portfolio Management THU 04-Mar-10 18:00 21:15 14 360. Business Studies Code Title Day Start Date Start End Wks Fee EDEXCEL – HIGHER NATIONAL CERTIFICATE (HNC) IN BUSINESS (MANAGEMENT) Designed to equip students with the knowledge.00 ICSA Diploma in Offshore Finance and Administration The Diploma is aimed at those with experience of the offshore industry who wish to further develop their knowledge.00 CIBK-2 IAB Level 2 Certificate THU 07-Jan-10 18:00 20:00 16 110.00 CTOFA4 ICSA Cert Intr Trust & Company Principle WED 03-Mar-10 18:00 21:15 14 300. CIBK-1 IAB Level 1 Certificate THU 17-Sep-09 18:00 20:00 16 110. although candidates should be in a relevant occupation.icsa. CTOFA1 ICSA Certificate Accounting Fundamentals WED 30-Sep-09 18:00 21:15 14 300.

PowerPoint and Access.00 TTYP-SPM File Management. There is an option to take an OCR CLAIT Unit 1. You must arrange an appointment with the Test Centre Manager before enrolling on this course. Option to take CLAIT Level 1 exam.00 Designing. eg Excel.jones@iomcollege. Further details of all the courses below are available from the Faculty Secretary Mrs Gill Jones Tel: 648202 or e-mail: gill. ECDL (European Computer Driving Licence) .00 Covering advanced functions of Word. PowerPoint. Learn the basics of Outlook and Internet browsing. Excel. Level 1 exam (see below) or Text Production Level 1 if you are a fast learner! TTYP-AUM File Management.Tasks and Email setting to streamline your work! CLAIT1D CLAIT Level 1 Certificate/Diploma (B) WED 23-Sep-09 10:00 12:00 30 151. Excel. etc. etc CLAIT1E CLAIT Level 1 Certificate/Diploma (B) TUE 22-Sep-09 18:00 20:00 30 151.00 Email & Internet for beginners. ECDL ADVANCED .Poster/Card Design for beginners (B) TUE 02-Feb-10 18:00 20:00 8 44. Outlook. PowerPoint.00 Using Expression Web this course takes you from the basics to improvers with options to take CLAIT Level 1 and CLAIT Plus exams CLTSSE-S1 Clait for IT Users Level 1 Excel Spreadsheets & Graphs TUE 22-Sep-09 18:00 20:00 12 65. etc CLAIT2D OCR Level 2 CLAIT Plus Certificate/Diploma (I) THU 24-Sep-09 13:00 15:00 30 151.00 Covers Calendar. File Management & Concepts of IT. Access. invitations and greeting cards. Option to take CLAIT Level 1 exam CLTCA CLAIT Level 1 . OCR Word/Text Processing & Audio Examinations – these exams require accurate touch typing. ECDLA-AC ECDL Advanced . eg track changes. eg Excel.im Registration and/or exam fees are not included in any of the courses listed below. PowerPoint. ECDLH ECDL .Excel (A) WED 06-Jan-10 18:00 20:00 12 65.00 Beginner’s course covering Word plus 3 or 5 CLAIT modules. Keyboarding and Word (B) MON 04-Jan-10 18:00 20:00 12 65.00 Level 2 course as above ECDLS ECDL Scenic Route (I) THU 24-Sep-09 18:00 20:00 33 166.00 Using Serif PagePlus II to create simple advertising posters. To help your selection decisions the IT courses have been graded as: B – Beginner (little or no previous experience) I – Intermediate (good working knowledge of Word is required) A – Advanced (must have intermediate skills) Courses marked (I) and (A) – it is recommend you take advice before enrolling. formatting and charting.Level 3 exams for those requiring instruction in the advanced functions of Microsoft Office. MICROSOFT OFFICE COURSES FIRST STEPS IN OFFICE Never or rarely used a computer before? These courses are for you. File Management. Come and discuss your course before making your enrolment decision.ac. Access. PowerPoint.Hitchhiker Route (I) 45. scenarios. Excel.00 Learn how to create slide shows using PowerPoint with an option to take CLAIT Level 1 exam. nested functions.00 Level 2 course teaching 4 of the 7 modules – Word.00 Level 2 course covering Word plus 3 or 5 CLAIT Plus modules. eg pivot & data tables. these exams require touch typing. You register and take tests with the College but attend no courses.00 MICROSOFT OFFICE EXAMINATIONS CLAIT (Computer Literacy & Information Technology) . Available at Levels 2 (Intermediate) and 3 (Advanced).if you do all 7 modules over 3 years you gain the full ECDL award. (B) CLWD-1 Web Design for Beginners (B) WED 23-Sep-09 18:00 20:00 16 84. Requires some basicWord knowledge OUTSEC Outlook for Secretaries (I) THU 24-Sep-09 18:00 20:00 12 65. eg Excel.two levels.Access (A) TUE 05-Jan-10 18:00 20:00 12 65. CLTBP-S1 Powerpoint for Beginners (B) TUE 22-Sep-09 18:00 20:00 8 44. etc CLAIT2E OCR Level 2 CLAIT Plus Certificate/Diploma (I) TUE 22-Sep-09 18:00 20:00 30 151. ECDLA-WD ECDL Advanced . Please check additional costs BEFORE enrolling.Electronic Communication TUE 24-Nov-09 18:00 20:00 8 44. CLAIT (Level 1) and CLAIT Plus (Level 2) covering a range of Microsoft Office skills including Word. etc.00 Covering advanced functions of Excel. index & tables. CLTEC CLAIT Level 1 . Contacts. Contact via Gill Jones 648202.an internationally recognised Level 2 qualification comprising 7 modules: Word. creating and querying databases 6 . Email & Internet. speed and accuracy and use specific document layouts.00 For the independent learner. Modules can be taken separately or combined to achieve Certificate (3 units) or Diploma (5 units). ECDLA-EX ECDL Advanced . business cards. Office Administration Code Title Day Start Date Start End Wks Fee OFFICE ADMINISTRATION will be holding Advisory Sessions on Thursday 7 May and Thursday 21 May 2009 between 4pm and 7pm.Word (A) WED 23-Sep-09 18:00 20:00 12 65. charts. Option to take CLAIT or CLAIT Plus exams. PowerPoint.00 Beginner’s course covering Word plus 3 or 5 CLAIT modules. Modules are individually certified . OCR Word Processing Examinations. macros.00 From basic skills to calculations. Keyboarding and Word (B) MON 21-Sep-09 18:00 20:00 12 65. etc.

articles. reports.00 Improve your skills & gain up-to-date keyboarding skills on this intensive one or three day course.30 11. Access. complete forms and take messages using appropriate “business” tone. Holders of Text Processing Advanced and Audio Advanced can progress within the Civil Service secretary grades. etc) WPYT-S1 Word Processing for Schoolchildren WED 23-Sep-09 16:00 17:30 12 47. Please seek advice if English is not your first language. memos.00 Learn how easy it can be to take shorthand notes – essential for minute-takers! Examinations are not compulsory.00 SH-S2 Shorthand . OFFSK Basic Office Skills (B) TUE 22-Sep-09 18:00 20:00 30 151.30 15.00 WPYT-S2 Word Processing for Schoolchildren WED 06-Jan-10 16:00 17:30 12 47.00 IS4 Intensive Secretarial MON 21-Sep-09 9.00 15.00 Learn how to compose and layout letters.00 Touch Typing & Word Processing for School Students – Ages 11-16 WPDP-W* Word Processing (B) WED 23-Sep-09 18:00 20:00 30 151.Teeline (B/I) TUE 05-Jan-10 18:00 20:00 12 65. Students may take the OCR Certificate in Administration Level 1 exam in December. Shorthand SSH-S1 Shorthand . CACOM-2 Improve your written communication Level 2 (1/A) TUE 05-Jan-10 18:00 20:00 20 104.00 Learn how to compose and layout complex letters.30 15.00 IS5 Intensive Secretarial MON 21-Sep-09 9. memos & emails. do NOT include registration or exam fees. Students may take the OCR Certificate in Administration Level 2 exam in June. Intermediate & Advanced (NB WPDP-W2 is Intermediate & Advanced students only) *A Distinction in Text Processing Advanced is the qualification for appointment to the Civil Service secretary grade. OFFICE SKILLS COURSES Work in the modern office requires skills other than expertise with office technology. etc.00 WPYD-M* Word Processing (I/A) MON 21-Sep-09 09:30 11:30 30 151.00 Word Processing/Text Processing/ Document Presentation & Audio – Beginners. All Office Administration courses.00 Thinking of returning to work or changing career? This course covers the basic functions required in the modern office.00 IS6 Intensive Secretarial MON 21-Sep-09 12.00 30 222. PowerPoint. Please seek advice if English is not your first language.30 30 151. 7 .00 30 365.00 WPDP-W2* Word Processing (I/A) WED 23-Sep-09 18:00 20:00 30 151. using appropriate “business” tone. meeting agendas and minutes.Teeline (B/I) TUE 22-Sep-09 18:00 20:00 12 65. Administration CACOM-1 Improve your written communication Level 1 (B) TUE 22-Sep-09 18:00 20:00 12 65. except where stated. Office Administration Code Title Day Start Date Start End Wks Fee OCR Word Processing/Text Processing Audio IS3 Intensive Secretarial TUE/THU 21-Sep-09 9.00 30 865. The following courses are aimed at those wishing to improve their administrative and communicative skills. Includes OCR Text Processing (Business Professional) Levels 2 & 3. CLAIT & CLAIT Plus (Excel.

3 & 4 Customer Service – Levels 2 & 3 Distributive Operations – Levels 2 & 3 ITQ . The Civil Service requires an additional GCSE in English for entry at Administrative Officer level.collister@iomcollege. Level 2 NVQs – equate to GCSE level grades A* . This is acceptable entry for an Administrative Officer within the Civil Service and satisfies educational standards for promotion to Executive Officer without the need for additional qualifications.jones@iomcollege. Level 3 NVQs – equate to A-Levels. Office Administration Code Title Day Start Date Start End Wks Fee NVQs NVQs (National Vocational Qualifications) provide a qualification based on your competency at work. Level 4 NVQs – equate to Higher Educational levels.im Business Administration – Levels 2.ac.im or Mrs Carole Collister Tel: 648345.ac. e-mail: carole.Information Technology – Levels 2 & 3 Management – Levels 3.C. These are not “taught” – candidates are guided by their Assessor (appointed by the College) to produce a portfolio of evidence that demonstrates their skills and knowledge over a number of work-related topics. For NVQ course fees or to arrange an appointment for an informal discussion regarding NVQs please contact either Mrs Gill Jones Tel: 648202. 4 & 5 Retail Operations – Levels 2 & 3 8 . e-mail: gill.

net TUE 15-Sep-09 18:15 20:45 25 170. or email her : gill.00 Professional Qualifications PQCIW CIW (Foundations) WED 23-Sep-09 09:00 12:15 35 *330.00 Web Design and Development CIWF Certified Internet Webmaster Foundation TUE 15-Sep-09 18:00 20:30 30 *260.00 JAVA C&G Intro and Development of JAVA WED 16-Sep-09 18:00 20:30 25 170.00 PQNET Cisco Certified Network Associate Semester 1 & Semester 2 FRI 25-Sep-09 10:00 13:15 35 250.T. macros or hmtl would be helpful.00 BSITP3 BSc Computer Science Part-time MON 21-Sep-09 13:00 21:00 33 1620.00 HCIT2 BTEC HNC in Computing Year 2 WED 23-Sep-09 13:00 21:00 35 1620. Each course covers level 1 to 3.ac. * CIW course fee includes CIW’s recommended book. are available as a Fact File. but experience in using wordprocessing or spreadsheet packages.00 Supporting Users (Microsoft XP based) MSDA Supporting Users & Troubleshooting MS applications THU 17-Sep-09 18:00 20:30 18 130.gov.00 MSSQL C&G Intro & Devel SQL Programming Skills TUE 15-Sep-09 18:15 20:45 25 170.00 CITE1 Cisco IT Essentials 1 THU 17-Sep-09 18:00 20:30 25 170. please contact the College on 648202 or email computing@iomcollege. Hardware. Networking & Office Applications THU 17-Sep-09 18:00 20:30 25 170.Higher Education Courses HCIT1 BTEC HNC in Computing Year 1 TUE 22-Sep-09 13:00 21:00 35 1620. 9 . & Operating systems CSC1 Cisco Part 1 Semester 1 WED 16-Sep-09 18:00 20:30 18 130.00 PQHOS Hardware and Operating Systems WED 23-Sep-09 13:15 16:30 35 250. please contact Gill Jones on 648202.00 Detailed information about each of the courses in the part-time program for Computing and I. For further information and to arrange an interview (essential). Computer Studies Code Title Day Start Date Start End Wks Fee Computing & Information Technology Courses Day release programmes or work based courses (These courses are intended for people working in a Computing/IT environment. and writing formula.00 PQMSD Microsoft Certified Desktop Support Technician THU 24-Sep-09 13:15 16:30 35 250.00 MSXP Supporting Users/Troubleshooting Win XP THU 11-Feb-10 18:00 20:30 18 130.im Programming and WEB courses: Previous experience in programming is not required.00 CSC4 Cisco Part 2 Semester 2 WED 10-Feb-10 18:00 20:30 18 130.doe.00 CSC2 Cisco Part 1 Semester 2 WED 10-Feb-10 18:00 20:30 18 130.00 Programming VISB C&G Intro & Development of VB. For Fact Files.00 BSITP4 BSc Computer Science Part-time 21-Sep-09 33 1620.jones@college.00 WEBPG C&G Beginners to Advanced Web Page Design WED 16-Sep-09 18:15 20:45 25 170.00 Networking.00 CSC3 Cisco Part 2 Semester 1 WED 16-Sep-09 18:00 20:30 18 130.00 MSIC3 Beginners Hardware.im) Computer Qualifications .

Modular MON 14-Sep-09 18:00 20:30 33 204.00 OLMAE-W Mathematics .00 ASBSE-T Business Studies TUE 15-Sep-09 18:00 21:15 33 245.00 A2MAE-W Mathematics WED 16-Sep-09 18:00 21:15 33 245.00 OLMAD Mathematics .00 One step at a time Did you know you can take individual modules on many of our degree programmes? Contact the relevant Programme Manager for details.00 A2EVE-W Environmental Studies WED 16-Sep-09 18:00 21:15 36 245.Modular WED 16-Sep-09 18:00 20:30 33 204.00 OLENE-T English TUE 15-Sep-09 19:00 21:15 33 204.00 OLMAE-M Mathematics .00 A2SPE-T Spanish TUE 15-Sep-09 18:00 21:15 33 245.00 ASPSE-T Psychology TUE 15-Sep-09 18:00 21:15 33 245.00 OLENE-W English WED 06-Jan-10 18:00 21:15 20 204.00 OLPSE-W Psychology WED 16-Sep-09 18:30 20:30 33 204.00 GCE AS Evening ASBIE-M Biology MON 14-Sep-09 18:00 21:15 33 245.00 ASMAE-W Mathematics WED 16-Sep-09 18:00 21:15 33 245.00 ASEVE-X Environmental Studies THU 17-Sep-09 18:00 21:15 33 245.00 ASHIE-M History MON 14-Sep-09 18:00 21:15 33 245.00 A2LWE-T Law TUE 15-Sep-09 18:00 21:15 33 245.00 OLLIT-X English Literature THU 17-Sep-09 19:00 21:15 33 204.00 ASLWE-M Law MON 14-Sep-09 18:00 21:15 33 245.00 OLEND English FRI 18-Sep-09 11:15 13:30 33 204.General Education Code Title Day Start Date Start End Wks Fee GCSE Subjects Evening (1 Year) OLSCI-T Science Single Award TUE 15-Sep-09 18:00 21:15 33 204.00 A2ELE-T English Language & Literature TUE 15-Sep-09 18:00 21:15 33 245.00 ASELE-W English Language & Literature WED 16-Sep-09 18:00 21:15 33 245.Modular TUE 15-Sep-09 18:00 20:30 33 204.Modular FRI 18-Sep-09 11:15 13:30 33 204. 10 .00 OLENE-M English MON 14-Sep-09 19:00 21:15 33 204.00 OLMAE-T Mathematics .00 A2PSE-M Psychology MON 14-Sep-09 18:00 21:15 33 245.00 GCE A2 A2CCE-X Classical Civilisation THU 17-Sep-09 18:00 21:15 33 245.

00 ECHE-B ESOL Conversation .620. Students will receive a College certificate after each completed term.00 EFLD3&4-B ESOL Stage 3/4 2nd Term FRI 15-Jan-10 11:00 14:00 10 72. Students may enrol for all three at once or they may enrol for just one.00 EFL1-C ESOL Stage 1 (Basics) 3rd Term MON 19-Apr-10 18:00 21:15 6 43.00 EFL4-C ESOL Stage 4 (First Certificate) 3rd Term TUE 20-Apr-10 18:00 21:15 6 43.00 Further details of this programme can be obtained by contacting Dr Ronald Barr on 648311 or via his email Ronald.00 BAHHP2 BA History & Heritage Management (PT)Yr 2 21-Sep-09 30 1.620.Barr@iomcollege. Applications are particularly welcome from mature candidates.Spring THU 14-Jan-10 11:00 14:00 20 175.00 EFL3-C ESOL Stage 3 (Improvers) 3rd Term MON 19-Apr-10 18:00 21:15 6 43. the University of Liverpool’s Centre for Manx Studies and Manx National Heritage to give a broad view of history.620.00 BAHHP5 BA History & Heritage Management (PT) Yr 5 21-Sep-09 30 1.00 EFL2-C ESOL Stage 2 (Beginners) 3rd Term TUE 20-Apr-10 18:00 21:15 6 43.00 EFL4-A ESOL Stage 4 (First Certificate) 1st Term TUE 22-Sep-09 18:00 21:15 11 79.00 EFL3-A ESOL Stage 3 (Improvers) 1st Term MON 21-Sep-09 18:00 21:15 11 79.00 EFL3-B ESOL Stage 3 (Improvers) 2nd Term MON 11-Jan-10 18:00 21:15 10 72. BA (Hons) History & Heritage Management with Manx Studies This unique degree programme builds on the strengths of the University of Chester.Autumn MON 28-Sep-09 11:00 14:00 20 175. Please note that ESOL classes are organized into three Terms. Please note: your individual timetable will be discussed at interview.00 EFL4-B ESOL Stage 4 (First Certificate) 2nd Term TUE 12-Jan-10 18:00 21:15 10 72.00 BAHHP4 BA History & Heritage Management (PT) Yr 4 21-Sep-09 30 1.00 EFL2-A ESOL Stage 2 (Beginners) 1st Term TUE 22-Sep-09 18:00 21:15 11 79.00 EFL1-A ESOL Stage 1 (Basics) 1st Term MON 21-Sep-09 18:00 21:15 11 79. Students can either study three modules per year over six years on a part-time route or can take six modules per year over three years for the full-time course.620.00 EFLD3&4-C ESOL Stage 3/4 3rd Term FRI 22-Apr-10 11:00 14:00 6 43.00 For further details of these courses please contact Mr Peter Lockett via Mrs Anne Breslin on 648203.00 EFL5-B ESOL Stage 5 (Advanced) 2nd Term MON 11-Jan-10 18:00 21:15 10 72.00 EFL1-B ESOL Stage 1 (Basics) 2nd Term MON 11-Jan-10 18:00 21:15 10 72.620. General Education Code Title Day Start Date Start End Wks Fee English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) ECBD-A ESOL Citizenship .00 EFL5-A ESOL Stage 5 (Advanced) 1st Term MON 21-Sep-09 18:00 21:15 11 79. BAHHP1 BA History & Heritage Management (PT) Yr 1 21-Sep-09 30 1.00 EFL5-C ESOL Stage 5 (Advanced) 3rd Term MON 19-Apr-10 18:00 21:15 6 43.00 BAHHP3 BA History & Heritage Management (PT) Yr 3 21-Sep-09 30 1. fee exemptions or reductions on these courses.Autumn THU 05-Nov-09 12:15 14:15 10 48. Manx history and culture and heritage management in the Isle of Man and further afield.00 EFLD3&4-A ESOL Stage 3/4 1st Term FRI 25-Sep-09 11:00 14:00 11 79. Any examination fees will have to be paid for in addition to the course fee.00 ECBD-B ESOL Citizenship . The Course is delivered in evening classes with site visits and weekend workshops. Please note that there are no refunds.Spring THU 04-Feb-10 12:15 14:15 10 48.00 EFL2-B ESOL Stage 2 (Beginners) 2nd Term TUE 12-Jan-10 18:00 21:15 10 72.00 ECHE-A ESOL Conversation .im 11 .ac.00 ECHE-C ESOL Conversation Summer THU 13-May-10 12:15 14:15 6 29.

28 and 29 of this guide. 28 and 29 of this guide. General Education Code Title Day Start Date Start End Wks Fee Communication for the Deaf BGDF Communications for the Deaf (non accredited) MON 28-Sep-09 18.00 21.00 (Beginners Sign Language) INDF Communications for the Deaf (non accredited) TUE 29-Sep-09 18. Further details available from Andy White at the College on 648238 Literacy & Numeracy Skills To find out where your nearest class is taking place. friendly and fun • available in the evenings throughout term times To find out where your nearest class is taking place. 27. Do you need help to. 27.00 21.00 (Beginners Sign Language) Supported Learning ICONTED Continuing Education – 2 1/4 hour modules tailored to meet the needs of individual adult students with learning difficulties who require additional support. We run “Improve Your Basic Skills” classes giving one-to-one tuition in literacy and numeracy in four centres on the Island. see pages 21. • improve your spelling? • write letters? • read the newspaper or magazines? • complete forms? • tackle those problems with numbers? • help your children with their homework? • build your confidence in using literacy and numeracy? Why not join one of our classes? They are: • free and confidential • informal.00 30 143. For more information contact the College on 648204.. see pages 21. WRITING. LET US HELP YOU WITH READING.. SPELLING & WORKING WITH NUMBERS.00 30 143. 12 .

00 These programmes are designed for Education Support Officers who are currently working at level 2 or level 3 in the ‘Way Forward’ framework. 10 hours) Please contact Sue Nicol 648250 for more details.K. Further information can be obtained from www.uk/support Vocational Assessors/Internal Verifier Awards A1/A2 Assessor Award 21-Sep-09 12 550.uk/support HLTA-D Higher Level Teaching Assistant THU 21-Sep-09 09:00 16:00 6 1300. public and voluntary sectors and leads to a new.gov.00 A1/A2-C Assessor Award .00 NVQCFP2-UK NVQ in Care Level 2 (Underpinning Know) TBA 12 330. Further Education sector under the Success for All workforce reforms and is the benchmark by which all teachers & trainers of adults will be judged. General Education Code Title Day Start Date Start End Wks Fee Certificate (1 Year) / Diploma (2 Years) in Teaching in the Lifelong Learning Sector This is a new course.00 These work-based qualifications are required for assessment and verification of NVQ programmes and are planned and assessed on an individual basis. The programme is assessed at level 4.00 NVQCFP3-UK NVQ in Care Level 3 (Underpinning Know) TBA 18 TBC NVQCFP3-WP NVQ in Care Level 3 (Work Based Assess) TBA 18 TBC (Assessment in Workplace approx.00 Higher Level Teaching Assistant (HLTA) HLTA status is awarded to Education Support Workers who can demonstrate that they are working to the U.Continuation 21-Sep-09 12 0. 13 . CITLLS1D Certificate in Teaching in the Lifelong Learning Sector TUE 21-Sep-09 13:00 16:00 34 1713. For further information on these awards please contact Kevin Stoutt on 648243 Health and Social Care Courses CPSP Certificate . Further information can be obtained from http://www.gov.20 DITLLS1D Diploma in Teaching in the Lifelong Learning Sector MON 21-Sep-09 13:00 16:00 34 1745. replacing both the City & Guilds 730/7 CITAL and the CertEd/PGCE (FAHE) and leading to the award of Qualified Teacher Learning and Skills Status for candidates wishing to continue their studies in post-16 education.00 NVQCFP2-WP NVQ in Care Level 2 (Work Based Assess) TBA 10 254.00 V1 Internal Verifiers Award 21-Sep-09 12 550.Continuation 21-Sep-09 12 0.00 NVQ 2 and NVQ 3 for Teaching Assistants NVQSTLS2 NVQ Lev 2 Supporting Teaching & Learning in Schools WED 21-Sep-09 09:00 16:00 6 1400. National Standards for HLTAs. small groups and whole classes without the teacher present.K.tda.20 CITLLS1E Certificate in Teaching in the Lifelong Learning Sector TUE 21-Sep-09 18:00 21:00 34 1713. The course is designed for all those teaching in the post-14 private.Pre School Practice 14-Sep-09 18:00 21:00 35 627.00 V1-C Internal Verifiers Award .00 NVQSTLS3 NVQ Lev 3 Supporting Teaching & Learning in Schools WED 21-Sep-09 09:00 16:00 7 1700. HLTAs are expected to be routinely working with individuals.00 DITLLS1E Diploma in Teaching in the Lifelong Learning Sector MON 21-Sep-09 18:00 21:00 34 1745. Candidates should note that places are limited due to funding constraints. This is the qualification required by the U.tda. Assessment will take place in the workplace and candidates can register for the award at any time during the year. fully portable UK qualification which will be nationally recognised from September 2007.

flexible access to facilities.00 LDSL-T Life Drawing to Support sixth form ‘A’ Level Art TUE 15-Sep-09 18:00 20:00 10 58.00 City & Guilds CGID-B C&G 7111-307 Interiors MON 21-Sep-09 18:30 21:00 12 101. which extend students’ critical independence and enable them to demonstrate a full understanding of the application of art and design.00 GCSE & GCE OLPTE-T GCSE Photography TUE 15-Sep-09 18:00 21:00 33 204.Yr 2 (AU) 14-Sep-09 Flexi 12 hours 13 204.00 AS qualifications require a GCSE A-C grade pass in an art related subject.00 JAS-B Junior Art School Saturday SAT 07-Nov-09 10:00 12:30 6 42.00 PMSL Printmaking FRI 15-Jan-10 09:00 12:00 10 82. Higher Education HDFAP1 HND Fine Art Part-time Year 1 14-Sep-09 Flexi 12 hours 36 942. A2 qualifications require completion of the AS.16) JAS-A Junior Art School SAT 19-Sep-09 10:00 12:30 6 42.00 ASGDE-W AS Graphic Design WED 16-Sep-09 18:00 21:00 33 245. but not exclusively) to appropriate higher education in art and design.Yr 1 (SP) 04-Jan-10 Flexi 12 hours 12 204.00 CGMEE C&G 7111-202 Machine Embroidery MON 04-Jan-10 18:30 21:00 12 101.00 An interview with Ian Coulson is required prior to enrolment on these courses The primary aim of the Level 3 Diploma in Foundation Studies (Art & Design) is to educate students to make informed decisions.00 Tasters ADTIDE Taster Interior Design MON 14-Sep-09 18:30 21:00 1 0.Yr 2 (SU) 19-Apr-10 Flexi 12 hours 11 204.00 FOADP2-SU Art & Design Foundation (PT) .00 IAGRAD1-SU Graduate Development Programme (Cert) 19-Apr-10 Flexi 10 hours 11 262.uk Please contact Helen Fox prior to enrolment on this course.00 A2ARE-T A2 Art and Design TUE 15-Sep-09 18:00 21:00 33 245.00 FOADP2-AU Art & Design Foundation (PT) . which will facilitate their progression (primarily.00 FOADP1-SP Art & Design Foundation (PT) . Design & Media related Courses Junior Art School (Age Group 10 . relevant to progression opportunities and career choice.00 FOADP1-SU Art & Design Foundation (PT) .edexcel. 14 .00 HDFAP2 HND Fine Art Part-time Year 2 14-Sep-09 Flexi 12 hours 36 942.00 ADTPRD Taster Printmaking FRI 11-Dec-09 09:00 12:00 1 0.org.00 www.00 IAGRAD1-SP Graduate Development Programme (Cert) 04-Jan-10 Flexi 10 hours 12 286. IAGRAD1-AU Graduate Development Programme (Cert) 14-Sep-09 Flexi 10 hours 13 309.00 CGP2 C&G 7112-203 Patchwork & Quilting MON 14-Sep-09 18:00 21:00 12 101.00 A2GDE-W A2 Graphic Design WED 16-Sep-09 18:00 21:00 33 245.00 CGP C&G 7111-203 Patchwork & Quilting MON 14-Sep-09 18:30 21:00 12 101.00 FOADP2-SP Art & Design Foundation (PT) .Yr 1 (SU) 19-Apr-10 Flexi 12 hours 11 204.00 CGMEE2 C&G 7112-208 Collection of Machine Embroidery MON 04-Jan-10 18:30 21:00 12 101. General Education Code Title Day Start Date Start End Wks Fee Art.00 JAS-C Junior Art School SAT 09-Jan-10 10:00 12:30 6 42.Yr 2 (SP) 04-Jan-10 Flexi 12 hours 12 204.00 HDGDP1 HND Graphic Design Part-time Year 1 14-Sep-09 Flexi 12 hours 36 942.00 A2PTE-X A2 Photography WED 16-Sep-09 18:00 21:00 33 245.The Course builds on the students’ prior experience. Post Graduate .00 ASPTE-M AS Photography MON 14-Sep-09 18:00 21:00 33 245.00 LDSL-X Life Drawing to Support sixth form ‘A’ Level Art THU 17-Sep-09 18:00 20:00 10 58.00 ASARE-T AS Art and Design TUE 15-Sep-09 18:00 21:00 33 245. Access to Higher Education FOADP1-AU Art & Design Foundation (PT) Yr 1 (AU) 14-Sep-09 Flexi 12 hours 13 204.00 Contact Ian Coulson or Helen Fox for more information For more details about any of the courses or to make an appointment call 648206. Skills already acquired are linked with ideas and challenges. equipment and staff for practicing Artists and Designers.

15 .15 36 715.30 & evening TBA 35 611.00 & MON 14-Sep-09 19.00 Computer Aided Engineering ACAD1 Autocad .00 36 1620.00 NVQ4AG Agriculture NVQ Level 4 14-Sep-09 36 750.00 36 1620.00 19.00 19.00 NCMC2 Engineering National Cert .30 & TUE 15-Sep-09 19.00 IEPQNEX2 NVQ Engineering Level 2 14-Sep-09 36 710.00 NCEL2 Engineering Electronic Nat Cert Yr 2 THU 17-Sep-09 09.00 21.00 & MON 14-Sep-09 19.00 CM3 C&G 2800 L3 Yr 1 Cert in Engineering TUE 15-Sep-09 09.00 Please contact the Programme Area about dates and times.00 19.00 21.00 NVQ3AG NVQ Level 3 Agriculture 14-Sep-09 36 725.00 19.00 HCEL1 Engineering HNC Electrical/Electronic Yr 1 TUE 15-Sep-09 09.00 21.00 36 1620.00 21.00 HCMC2 Mechanical Production Eng HNC Yr 2 WED 16-Sep-09 09.00 CM4 C&G 2800 L3 Yr 2 Cert in Engineering TUE 15-Sep-09 09.00 NCMC1 Engineering National Cert Mechanical WED 16-Sep-09 09.00 21.00 36 611. Industrial Studies Code Title Day Start Date Start End Wks Fee Engineering Related NCEL1 Engineering Electronic Nat Cert Yr 1 WED 16-Sep-09 09.00 MV3 Motor Vehicle Engineering NVQ Yr 3 WED 16-Sep-09 09:00 17:30 36 718.00 36 322.00 16.00 CM2 C&G 2800 L2 Cert in Engineering WED 16-Sep-09 09.00 EI2 Electrical Installation Yr 2 WED 16-Sep-09 09.00 NVQ2AG NVQ Level 2 Agriculture 14-Sep-09 36 720.15 36 715.00 21.00 MV4 Motor Vehicle Engineering NVQ Yr 4 THU 17-Sep-09 09:00 17:30 36 871.00 MV1 Motor Vehicle Engineering NVQ Yr 1 MON 14-Sep-09 09:00 17:30 36 855.00 Work Based Studies in Engineering and Agriculture Work Based NVQ's in Engineering and Business Improvement Techniques.00 16.00 35 611.00 19.00 & MON 14-Sep-09 19.Advanced THU 17-Sep-09 18.00 21.Introduction TUE 15-Sep-09 18.Mechancial THU 17-Sep-09 09.00 36 611.00 36 1620.00 19. IEPQNEX1 NVQ Engineering Level 1 14-Sep-09 36 710.00 21.30 & TUE 15-Sep-09 19.00 36 800.00 36 331.00 HCEL2 Engineering HNC Electrical/Electronic Yr 2 TUE 15-Sep-09 09.00 & MON 14-Sep-09 19.15 36 715.00 IEPQNEX3 NVQ Engineering Level 3 14-Sep-09 36 720.00 NVQ’s In Agriculture and Environmental Conservation NVQAG Agriculture NVQ 14-Sep-09 36 710.00 HCMC1 Mechanical Production Eng HNC Yr 1 WED 16-Sep-09 09.00 19.00 21.30 EVE TBA 14-Sep-09 19.00 19.00 MV2 Motor Vehicle Engineering NVQ Yr 2 TUE 15-Sep-09 09:00 17:30 36 855.00 21.00 16.00 ACAD2 Autocad .

They may attract financial assistance from the Department of Trade & Industry:Training Services (697156) OSAT-PL2 On Site Assessment & Training: Plastering NVQ Level 2.00 NCCN2 National Certificate Construction Year 2 TUE 15-Sep-09 36 611.00 BKW3 Brickwork NVQ Level 3 Units Year 3 THU 17-Sep-09 36 1270. 2615.00 All year 2 courses have strict entry requirements.00 OSAT-TO2 On Site Assessment & Training:Trowel Occupations NVQ Level 2.00 NCCN1 National Certificate Construction Year 1 MON 14-Sep-09 36 611. 2615. Industrial Studies Code Title Day Start Date Start End Wks Fee Construction Related Courses BKW2 Brickwork NVQ Level 2 Year 2 TUE 15-Sep-09 36 1270.00 HNCBS1 HNC Building Surveying Year 1 THU 18-Sep-09 28 1620.00 HNCBPT1 HNC Building Production Technology Year 1 THU 18-Sep-09 28 1620. 2615.00 NCCNM National Certificate Construction Module 36 122.00 OSAT-SC2 On Site Assessment & Training: Site Carpentry NVQ Level 2.00 OSAT-DO2 On Site Assessment & Training: Decorative Occupations NVQ Level 2.00 OSAT-RF2 On Site Assessment & Training: Roofing NVQ Level 2.00 HNCBS2 HNC Building Surveying Year 2 WED 17-Sep-09 28 1620. Construction Short Courses Individuals wishing to enrol on the following courses must have at least five continuous years in the craft area and successfully completed the CITB’s health and safety test. 2615.00 P&D3 Painting and Decorating NVQ Year 3 THU 16-Sep-09 36 960. ICSC-WB Water Byelaw POA ICSC-PT Safe Use of Electric Powered Hand Tools: City & Guilds 2342 POA For further information on short courses please contact the Construction Programme Area’s secretary on 648205.00 P&D2 Painting and Decorating NVQ Year 2 WED 15-Sep-09 36 960. 2615. 16 .00 HNCBPT2 HNC Building Production Technology Year 2 WED 17-Sep-09 28 1620.00 The following courses are DTI:Training Services grant assisted at source so that you do not need to complete any additional paperwork.

08 60. examination & certificate Short Courses for the Individual who wishes to gain qualifications or those within industry FSCAT CIEH Lev 1 Award Food Safety Awareness in Catering 14-Sep-09 half day 30.00 NVQCS2 NVQ Customer Service 2 07-Sep-09 36 897. Course Tutor.00 *fee includes portfolio.00 *fees includes registration.00 NVQCSIH2 NVQ Customer Service (Lv 2) in Workplace 14-Sep-09 36 611.ac. VRQ NVQ1 Certificate in Customer Care . tutor support.im).00 NVQBC2 Certificate in Hospitality Sales . handbook.00 NVQFS Professional Food and Beverage Service N 14-Sep-09 33 611. TBA CIEH Level 2 Award in Health & Safety in the Workplace To suit clients 1 day inc.00 NVQCS3 NVQ Customer Service 3 07-Sep-09 36 997. To check availability or make a booking telephone 648215 17 . guidance and certificate Please contact Kelvin McNicholl. handbook.09.09. The College Training Restaurant is open to the public. NB All short courses are flexible and offered throughout the year to meet individual/company requirements. Industrial Studies Code Title Day Start Date Start End Wks Fee Hospitality & Catering Related Courses NVQBC1 NVQ2 Professional Cooking . exam 15.manning@iomcollege. examination & certificate INFH-A CIEH Level 3 Award in Supervising Food Safety in Catering 14-Sep-09 6 140.1day course including exam 14-Sep-09 09:00 17:00 33 60.00 *fee includes registration.1day course including exam 14-Sep-09 09:00 17:00 33 60.00 NVQBK Bakery and Patisserie 14-Sep-09 33 611.Level 2 14-Sep-09 33 611.im) or Jackie Kruup on 648205. NVQ Centre Contact on 648200 or Jackie Kruup on 648205.00 NVQBC3 NVQ Professional Cooking Level 3 14-Sep-09 33 611. examination & certificate For further details please contact Margaret Manning on 648310 (margaret. on 648310 or Jackie Kruup on 648205. Please enquire regarding the following Short Courses: CIEH Level 2 Award in Nutrition CIEH Level 2 Award in Food Safety in Catering/Retail/Manufacturing All enquiries to Margaret Manning.00 For both the above courses please contact either Margaret Manning.00 D321H Assessor Awards A2 To suit clients In Work Place 15.08 611.manning@iomcollege.00 NVQBC2 NVQ Professional Cooking .Yr 1 14-Sep-09 33 611. materials. Programme Manager on 648310 (margaret.ac.00 *fee includes registration.

Industrial Studies Code Title Day Start Date Start End Wks Fee Hairdressing.clague@iomcollege. HAIRP1 Hairdressing NVQ2 . HAIRP3 Hairdressing NVQ3 MON 21-Sep-09 13:00 20:00 33 646.ac.00 IHMASS Indian Head Massage WED 16-Sep-09 17:30 20:30 13 195. course books etc.00 If you require further details on any of the above courses contact Melanie Clague (Programme Manager) on 648208 melanie. Additional costs may be required to purchase uniforms.00 APMAS Anatomy.00 ENTRY REQUIREMENT FOR HAIRDRESSING NVQ3 IS AN NVQ LEVEL 2 IN HAIRDRESSING QUALIFICATION AND FULL-TIME SALON EMPLOYMENT MMUP Make-up. assessment documentation and exam fees.Yr 2 TUE 22-Sep-09 09:00 16:00 35 535.00 ENTRY REQUIREMENT FOR THE ABOVE COURSES IS FULL-TIME SALON EMPLOYMENT AS A TRAINEE HAIRDRESSER ENROLEMENT FOR HAIRP1 WILL BE SUBJECT TO SUCCESSFUL INTERVIEW AND SKILLS ASSESSMENT BY COLLEGE ASSESSORS.00 ENTRY REQUIREMENT FOR THE FOLLOWING COURSE IS AN ANATOMY PHYSIOLOGY & MASSAGE (or equivalent) QUALIFICATION REFL Reflexology TUE 22-Sep-09 17. Manicure & Pedicure MON 21-Sep-09 17:30 20:30 33 340. Telephone 648208 to make an appointment 18 .Yr 1 MON 21-Sep-09 09:00 16:00 33 620.30 24 320.00 HAIRP2 Hairdressing NVQ2 . Beauty & Holistic Therapy Related Courses All the following course fees are inclusive of registration.im or the Secretary on 648205 The College Hairdressing and Beauty Therapy Salons are open to the public.30 20. Physiology and Massage THU 24-Sep-09 17:30 20:30 34 530.

however. Sat 12 Dec 22 wk courses finish for Christmas Mon 21 Dec . Week beg. Information is included elsewhere in this guide about scheduled in-person enrolment sessions at the Isle of Man College. Many of the courses in this guide are offered at different sites around the Island. Mon 11 Jan Spring 10 wk courses commence Community courses of 1-2 days’ duration) receive a pro-rata refund of Mon 15 Feb . Enrolment for all Adult Community Education Courses in this green section is by post or in person at the Isle of Man College or at one of the advertised in-person enrolment sessions. Please note that Improve Your Basic Skills courses start week commencing 14th September and run for 36 weeks. or in person at the Isle of Man College during normal office hours (8.no classes the fees for the weeks of the course remaining after the date of the Sat 27 March 22 wk courses finish for Easter refund claim.no classes (The College’s full Fees Policy and Regulations are available on request) SUMMER TERM 2010 One-day Saturday Courses . 21/09/09). from the publication date of this guide.c. before submitting an enrolment form. and run for 22 weeks unless otherwise stated. but additional courses may be offered. and in some areas (including at the main College site) some people may find that access is difficult. as the College will only send out reminders for courses starting after the first week of the Programme (w. Mon 4 Jan 22 wk courses recommence subsidised Adult Community Education courses and Adult Week beg. and if you feel that you may need any kind of assistance please identify this via the appropriate part of your enrolment form. Monday to Friday). Our Student Services Team is anxious to help you attend the course(s) of your choice. where indicated. All courses start week commencing 21st September. first-served basis.Sat 2 Jan Christmas/New Year Holiday . Mon 5 April . This section gives details of all the traditional Adult Community Education courses which ran in 2008/2009 that are scheduled to be repeated during the year 2009/2010. where possible.no classes Students enrolling on Saturday 1-day courses at the Isle of Man Mon 31 May to Sat 12 June Practice & TT Weeks . and note that the Adult Community Education 10/22 week course start/finish dates are not always the same as the College’s general part-time course start/finish dates. to check availability and procedural requirements. Sat 10 July End of Term for any remaining courses unfortunately. they do so at their own risk. please contact the Adult Community Education Office on 648204. AUTUMN TERM 2009 SURCHARGES Week beg. 21 Sept 22 wk/Autumn 10 wk courses commence (S) indicates that the course fee includes a materials/consumables Mon 26 Oct . however. vending machines with snacks and drinks.no classes surcharge. There are.30am . 19 . as there are. Please refer to the College Calendar at the bottom of this page to check dates specific to ACE courses. HEALTH PROBLEMS Adult Community Education: Key Dates Students are reminded that if they have any underlying health problems.no classes College are advised to take a packed lunch with them.no classes REFUNDS SPRING TERM 2010 Students who withdraw before the end of the first term of a course and who claim a refund in writing to the College will (except for non. and enrol on a course involving physical activity. Adult Community Education Courses Coorseyn-ynsee Co-phobble son Sleih Aasit Welcome to the Adult Community Education Programme for the Academic Year 2009/2010. Equal Opportunities The Isle of Man College actively supports its “Equal Opportunities Policy”. It is recommended that students make a note of the start date(s) of their course(s).5pm.Catering Facilities Mon 19 April College re-opens Mon 3 & 31 May May Bank Holidays . no staffed facilities available for the provision of food on Saturdays. It is possible to enrol on any courses listed in the Adult Community Education section.Sat 31 Oct Half Term . Please note that Adult Community Education courses are specifically designed and intended for students above School Leaving Age (ie 16+) Interested students below School Leaving Age must contact the Adult Secretary (648204). either by post using the enrolment forms in the centre pages of this course guide. that all enrolments will be taken on a first-come.Sat 20 Feb Half Term .Sat 17 Apr Easter Holidays . Students are advised. Should you require further information or course leaflets.

Suit complete beginners. aims to take the mystery out of using a mobile and explain its basic functions to beginners. beginning 5th January. beginning 2nd November ED337-AM CERAMICS FOR ALL ABILITIES (S) £139 7pm – 9pm – Mr W Kelly ED711-AM GUITAR FOR BEGINNERS £105 7pm – 9pm – Mr J Nelson Including folk. Leaflet available. Tuesday 6th October. ED706-AM SOCIAL DANCING FOR IMPROVERS (College Hall) (S) £89 8pm – 9. Course book required: ‘Talk Spanish’ (BBC). PD055-AT BEGINNERS’ GUIDE TO MOBILE PHONES FREE 1. ED212-AT FRENCH FOR BEGINNERS . PD551-AT PURE PILATES . ED221-AT SPANISH FOR BEGINNERS – LEVEL 1 £105 7pm – 9pm – Mrs A Fryer Learn Spanish for social. ED364-AM JEWELLERY & JEWELLERY MAKING – ALL ABILITIES (S) £130 7pm – 9pm – Mr S Haddock Learn or enhance existing skills/knowledge. ED096-AM EXPLORING THE PAST (S) £112 7pm – 9pm – Mr J Qualtrough – Initial 10 meetings. Students can bring their own mobile phone to the course. 2010 Practical phrases to help with German visitors during the TT period. ISLE OF MAN COLLEGE TUESDAY PD221-AT SPANISH FOR BEGINNERS – LEVEL 1 £105 10am – 12noon – Mrs L Hawker Learn Spanish for social. Sequence and similar dancing for couples. ED238-UM GERMAN FOR THE TT £29 7pm – 9pm – Mrs J Cranmer – 6 weeks. Island-wide. Leaflet available. Own guitar required. ED597-AM THE FOUR NOBLE TRUTHS – MONDAY & TUESDAY £18 7pm – 9pm – Mr M Kewley – 2 meetings. or those with some previous knowledge. Course book required: ‘Talk Spanish 2’ (BBC). 18 weeks. 2009 This free course run by Sarah Creighton.LEVEL 2 £105 7 pm – 9 pm .15pm – Mrs L Featherstone – 18 weeks.15pm – 3. correct breathing and balance of body and mind.30pm – 8pm – Mr & Mrs R Sibthorpe Standard Ballroom. 30th November & 1st December A special two-part course to investigate the central teaching of the Buddha as the way to free ourselves from the difficulties and frustrations of life. Suitable for all ages. Including the use of some Pilates Studio Equipment. popular. Does NOT include STUDENT use of 3-phase machinery (eg spindle moulder. Course led by Michael Kewley. ED551-ST PURE PILATES .30pm – Mr & Mrs R Sibthorpe Technique and extra figures for couples who can do basic Ballroom and Latin dancing. Course repeated 9th March. Leaflet available.ALL ABILITIES (S) £116 1. holiday. 18 weeks.30pm – Mrs S Creighton – 1 meeting. holiday or casual purposes. 2010 (PD055-ST). beginning 19th April.ALL ABILITIES (College Hall) (S) £78 2pm – 3. abilities and fitness levels. 2010 Description as PD551-AT.30pm – 4. Adult Community Education Code Course Fee ISLE OF MAN COLLEGE MONDAY PD211-AM FRENCH FOR BEGINNERS – LEVEL 1 £105 10am – 12noon – Mr S Colvin Conversation and some simple grammar. 20 . Resources available to purchase at the class. Leaflet available.Mrs H A Harmer Follow-on course designed to develop conversation and consolidate basic grammar.ALL ABILITIES (College Hall) (S) £55 7pm – 8pm – Mrs T Taggart. PD222-AT SPANISH FOR BEGINNERS – LEVEL 2 £105 1pm – 3pm – Mrs L Hawker A continuation course for those who have completed Level 1 or wish to improve their skills. alternatively there will be the opportunity to purchase a mobile phone on the day. Course book required: ‘Facon de Parler 1’ (Hodder). beginning 21st September A 10 week Autumn Term consideration of sites of local historical and archaeological significance. a former Buddhist Monk and now internationally acclaimed teacher. beginning 3rd November Pure Pilates offers a pathway to awareness of your natural potential: correct posture. Manx Telecom’s mobile shop manager. followed by a series of 12 field trips. at a promotional price. Course book required: ‘Talk Spanish’ (BBC). acoustic and electric. PD331-AM POTTERY & CERAMICS .30pm – Mrs M Sherring. ED201-AT CONVERSATIONAL MANX £105 7pm – 9pm – Dr T B Stowell A course aimed to achieve a command of basic conversational Manx. ED705-AM SOCIAL DANCING FOR BEGINNERS (College Hall) (S) £89 6. Course book required: ‘French for Starters’ (Cambridge). ED430-AM WOODWORK – ALL ABILITIES (S) £122 7pm – 9pm – Mr M Roddy Guidance given to learn or enhance skills/knowledge required to undertake an agreed project. Latin. some of which may be on a Saturday. or casual purposes. tenon-dovetailer).

Leaflet available. Wood provided.15pm – 36 weeks. ISLE OF MAN COLLEGE WEDNESDAY ED900-AW IMPROVE YOUR BASIC SKILLS (ENGLISH AND MATHS) NO FEE 7.9pm – Mr C Gartshore & Mr N Young . For more details please telephone 648204. writing. beginning 6th January. PD224-AW SPANISH FOR BEGINNERS – LEVEL 3 £105 10am – 12noon – Mrs L Hawker For students who have completed Level 2 or who wish to develop their Spanish further. confidential help with reading. Course book required: ‘Breakthrough Spanish 1’ (Palgrave). beginning 4th November PD551-SW PURE PILATES (College Hall) (S) £78 1.45pm – 3.15pm – Mrs L Featherstone – 18 weeks.15pm . ED221-AW SPANISH FOR BEGINNERS – LEVEL 1 £105 7pm .3. Leaflet available. 2010 Description as PD551-AT. ED058-AW UNDERSTANDING AND OBSERVING THE WEATHER £48 7pm . Course book required: ‘Russian in 3 Months’ (Hugo). to produce a unique piece of green wood sculpture. Adult Community Education Code Course Fee ED251-AT RUSSIAN FOR BEGINNERS – LEVEL 1 £105 7pm – 9pm – Mrs O Stone Learn to speak a little Russian for holidays.10 weeks. work or fun. with particular reference to the Isle of Man. spelling and basic Maths for people for whom English is their first language. or casual purposes.00pm – 9. beginning 16th September Free.9pm – Mr G Carter Learn or develop wood carving techniques and tool care. Students for whom English is not their first language please refer to the course details given on Page 11 of this guide. No previous experience required. Course book required: ‘Talk Spanish’ (BBC). PD332-AW POTTERY AND CERAMICS FOR ALL ABILITIES (S) £116 1. ED460-AT MODEL ENGINEERING AND RESTORATION (Mechanical Engineering Workshop) (S) £172 6pm – 9pm – Mr J Cashin Suit model engineers and enthusiasts in amateur workshop activities. though some basic instruction can be given.15pm – Mrs T Taggart – 18 weeks. 21 .9pm – Mrs A Fryer Learn Spanish for social.30pm . ED432-AW GREEN WOOD SCULPTING (S) £159 6. holiday. beginning 23rd September Introduction to the theory and practice of weather observation and forecasting. Familiarity with the engineering environment useful.

the Internet and emails.ALL ABILITIES (S) £139 7pm .Mrs A Fryer A continuation course for those who have completed Level 1 or who wish to improve their skills. a former Buddhist Monk and now internationally acclaimed teacher.30pm – 8. Includes the use of some Pilates equipment.15pm . beginning 22nd April. alternative courses on Tuesdays. an agreed group pot-pourri of literary genres and geniuses – ancient and modern! ED813-AX COMPUTER BASICS £48 6. beginning 14th January. Suit all ages and fitness levels.30am . How to develop ideas. Course book required: ‘Talk Italian’ (BBC). Ideal follow-on course to ED306-AX.15pm – Mr P Wilkinson – 18 weeks. Learn to make the most of your photographs. rediscover and discuss. ED241-AX ITALIAN FOR BEGINNERS – LEVEL 1 £105 7pm .9pm – Mr M Kewley . ED337-AX POTTERY & CERAMICS .00pm – 8. beginning 5th November Description as PD551-AT. beginning 7th January. 2010 Advanced Photoshop for Digital Photographers using Adobe Photoshop CS3 & Photoshop Elements 6. ED307-SX DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY – INTERMEDIATE LEVEL (S) £80 6pm – 9pm – Mr J Caley – 10 weeks. A Digital SLR camera would be an advantage. (See General Education section) ED584-AW KARMA AND REBIRTH IN OUR DAILY LIFE – WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY £18 7pm . Some materials provided. Suitable for all ages and fitness levels.Mr J Canavan . See ED307-SX for follow-on course.9pm – Mr T Davies. Resources available to purchase at the class. who want to gain confidence using their sewing machine.9pm – Miss S Wernham This is an adult class. Leaflet available. PD498-AS PATCHWORK & QUILTING (S) £54 9. starting 14th November (14th/28th Nov: 12th Dec: 9th/23rd Jan: 6th Feb) For beginners and sewers who want to learn and improve their patchwork and quilting skills. ISLE OF MAN COLLEGE THURSDAY PD913-AX LITERATURE FOR PLEASURE (S) £98 2. Leaflet available. ED551-AX PILATES FOR BEGINNERS (College Hall) (S) £55 6pm – 7pm – Mrs M Sherring – 18 weeks.9pm . Leaflet available.Mrs I Davenport Learn to speak a little Italian for holiday. . and school students should enrol on LDSL-T/X.30pm . here and now and beyond.1pm – Mrs H Cairns . ISLE OF MAN COLLEGE SATURDAY PD499-AS LEARN TO SEW (S) £38 9.15pm – 4. beginning 24th September A practical introduction to PCs.4 Saturday mornings. Suit complete beginners or those wishing to improve their skills/knowledge. image workflow and manipulation with Adobe Photoshop CS3. beginning 5th November A course specifically for beginners or those with limited experience/knowledge to understand the correct perception of Pilates from the beginning. Course book required ‘Talk Spanish 2’ (BBC). Leaflet available.Mrs H Cairns .30pm – Mrs C Ball – 10 weeks. ED554-AX PURE PILATES – INTERMEDIATE (INCORPORATING PILATES FOR SPORTS) (College Hall) (S) £78 7. informally. ED920-SX WRITING FOR PLEASURE OR PROFIT (S) £72 6.30am – 1pm .30pm. or Thursdays. Learn the basic seams and hems etc.2 meetings. starting 26th September 2009 (26th Sep: 3rd/10th & 17th Oct) For the raw beginner. Leaflet available. Leaflet available. 2nd & 3rd December The way to understand our life and to stop being the victim in that life is to be aware of the forces that direct us. ED222-AX SPANISH FOR BEGINNERS – LEVEL 2 £105 7.12 weeks.BEGINNER LEVEL (S) £80 6pm – 9pm – Mr J Caley – 10 weeks.Mrs M Sherring – 18 weeks. See ED302-UX for follow-on course. beginning 6th November An opportunity to discover. Suit photographers with computer competence. print critiques and image appreciation. Word Processing. 2010 (ED813-SX). Adult Community Education Code Course Fee ED340-AW LIFE DRAWING – ALL ABILITIES £105 7pm . ED600-AX CREATIVE PHOTOGRAPHY – ALL ABILITIES (S) £120 7pm – 9pm – Mr B Mitchell Explore your camera’s creative controls. 2010 Practical introduction to writing creatively & commercially.6 Saturday mornings. Students wishing to further improve their skills using computer software can find details of CLAIT (Computer Literacy and Information Technology) and ECDL (European Computer Driving Licence) courses in the Office Administration section of this Guide. other materials available to purchase at the class.15pm . ED302-UX DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY – ADVANCED LEVEL (S) £50 6pm -9pm – Mr J Caley – 6 weeks. Leaflet available. avoid pitfalls and be published. work or fun. Course repeated 14th January. Leaflet available. specifically designed for their needs.9pm . Course led by Michael Kewley. Leaflet available. ED306-AX DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY . 22 .9. 2010 Intermediate course in Digital Photography using Adobe Photoshop CS3 & Photoshop Elements 6. beginning 24th September Introduction to Digital Photography for beginners using Adobe Photoshop CS3 & Photoshop Elements 6. Suit experienced/proficient users. Ideal follow-on course to ED307-SX.

Mrs D Firth . REIKI – AND YOU! (S) £20 10am – 4pm – Mrs M Sherring & Mrs D Firth – 1 meeting. Be fitter.30am – 4. Leaflet available. Course also includes a basic massage element. Leaflet available. A flight is NOT included. Saturday 7th November Discover who Dr Bach was. PD231-AS GERMAN FOR BEGINNERS £105 10am – 12noon – Mrs J Cranmer Introduction to German language and culture. rug and 2 cushions required. PD074-AS ALL ABOUT REIKI £12 10am – 12noon .3 weeks. Leaflet available.30am – 12. Saturday 23rd January. ISLE OF MAN COLLEGE ONE/TWO-DAY WORKSHOPS SATURDAY PD062-AS FENG SHUI (I) – HOUSE LAYOUT £15 9.30am – 4pm – Mrs R O’Donohue – 1 meeting.12noon – Mrs L Hawker Learn Spanish for social. 2010 (PD575-SS). Adult Community Education Code Course Fee PD324-AS WATERCOLOUR LANDSCAPE PAINTING FOR IMPROVERS/INTERMEDIATES (S) £114 10am . PD575-AS INTRODUCTION TO AROMATHERAPY (S) £28 9. Saturday 9th January. A Digital SLR camera would be an advantage. Leaflet available.30am – 12. Leaflet available. Leaflet available. Course book required: ‘Talk Spanish’ (BBC).1 meeting .30noon – Mrs Y Y Martin – 2 meetings. PD600-AS CREATIVE PHOTOGRAPHY – ALL ABILITIES (S) £120 10am – 12noon – Mr B Mitchell Explore your camera’s creative controls.30pm – Mr C Morgan – 1 meeting. Course repeated 9th January. Leaflet available. print critiques and image appreciation. Saturday 5th December Take a new look at Pilates and Reiki. Course book required: ‘Talk German’ (BBC). 2010 A one-day workshop designed to help students gain a better understanding and rationalize their anxiety concerning flying.LEVEL 1 £105 10am – 12noon – Mrs H A Harmer Conversation and some simple grammar. Saturday 7th November Learn about this ancient art of healing by touch from a Reiki Master. Suit beginners or those with some previous knowledge. Saturdays 14th/21st November Discover how to enhance your Ki Energy. PD221-AS SPANISH FOR BEGINNERS – LEVEL 1 £105 10am . PD060-AS BACH FLOWERS WORKSHOP . Course book required: ‘French for Starters’ (Cambridge). Leaflet available. 23 . PD059-AS INTRODUCTION TO BACH FLOWER REMEDIES (S) £12 10am – 12noon – Mrs F Shimmin – 1 meeting. Learn about meals that provide family nourishment without excessive cost. Saturday 21st November Demonstration workshop to illustrate comprehensive budget menus using inexpensive local produce. Students required to supply/buy frames of their choice.PREPARING FOR CHRISTMAS (S) £12 10am – 12noon – Mrs F Shimmin – 1 meeting. 2010 Turn your hand to making an original willow sculpture bird for your garden. the basic concept of his principles and relevance of the remedies today.12noon . Ideal follow-on course to PD059-AS. A variety of mounting material provided. PD436-AS INTRODUCTION TO PICTURE FRAMING & MOUNTING (S) £16 9am – 1pm – Mr W Kelly – 1 meeting. PD549-SS MAKE YOUR MIND YOUR BEST FRIEND (POSITIVE THINKING) £20 10am . or casual purposes. PD367-SS WILLOW BIRD SCULPTURES (S) £24 9. 2010 (PD367-SS2).30am – 3pm – Mr A Wright – 1 meeting.30pm .Dr J Kitto . PD064-AS FENG SHUI (2) – BEDROOM AND GARDEN LAYOUT £15 9. Reiki is a powerful tool for self-healing and development. Leaflet available.Mrs B Coatalen –1 meeting. beginning 16th January. Own blanket. House layout to be brought to the first session. 2010 (PD550-SS). See PD060-AS for follow-on course.30pm – Mrs Y Y Martin – 2 meetings. PD211-AS FRENCH FOR BEGINNERS . Ideal introduction for those considering taking a diploma course in aromatherapy (648208 for details). PD631-AS COOKING ON A BUDGET (S) £16 9. Leaflet available. PD550-AS EVERYTHING IS ENERGY: PILATES. Saturday 3rd October Learn the benefits and safe use of essential oils. or students just interested in broadening their knowledge/experience. PD077-SS OVERCOME YOUR FEAR OF FLYING (S) £22 9. Saturdays 10th/17th October Covers basic Feng Shui rules and teaches useful tips using your own house layout. See PD064-AS for follow-on course. Saturday 17th October Learn the rudiments of framing and mounting techniques to utilize ready-made frames. More in-depth study of house layout and introduction of Feng Shui Garden. yet enjoyable time it should be. Course repeated 7th February. more relaxed and energized. Leaflet available.30am – 4. holiday. Saturday 21st November Discover how to use Bach Flower Remedies to make Christmas the busy. 2010 Learn how to understand and harness the power of the mind.12noon – Mr P Parker Covers basic techniques in watercolour landscape painting. Ideal follow-on to PD062-AS. Course repeated 13th February. image workflow and manipulation with Adobe Photoshop CS3.

30am – 4. 2010 (PD576-SS).30pm – Mrs C Button – 2 meetings. others available to purchase at class.1 meeting. Course repeated 30th January. Leaflet available. Ideal follow-on course to PD304-SS.30am – 4.30am – 4. See PD305-US for follow-on course. Saturday 16th January. PD051-AS1 COLOUR PERFECT £20 10am – 4pm – Mrs A Scott – 1 meeting. or keep it just for yourself! See PD359-SS1 for follow-on course. and now International Dhamma Master. Saturday 28th November Learn about the Buddhist Meditation of Awareness and Peace with Michael Kewley. Adult Community Education Code Course Fee PD576-AS INTRODUCTION TO MASSAGE (S) £28 9. Leaflet available. See PD304-SS for follow-on course. 21st September. Saturday 7th/14th/21st November Advice and guidance given to complete projects in stained glass. Leaflet available. others available to purchase at class. Leaflet available. PD543-AS VIPASSANA: The Buddhist Meditation of Awareness and Peace £22 9. PD352-AS INTRODUCTION TO TIFFANY GLASS TECHNIQUES (S) £49 9.30am – 4.30am – 4. a former Buddhist Monk and now internationally acclaimed teacher.30pm – Mr S Haddock . plus retouching and repairing images and working with selections using Adobe Photoshop CS3 and Photoshop Elements 6. Course repeated 30th January.1 meeting. Leaflet available. and run for 22 weeks. but ideal follow-on course to PD363-AS. 2010 (PD359-SS2). Leaflet available. Leaflet available. Learn how to make a simple ring and a necklace just in time for Christmas. Ideal introduction for those considering a diploma course in reflexology (648208 for details). Saturday 5th December Learn about the beautiful Buddhist Meditation of Love and Compassion. Leaflet available. PD577-SS INTRODUCTION TO REFLEXOLOGY (S) £28 9. Saturday 6th/13th/20th March. Saturday 6th March. PD356-AS TIFFANY GLASS WORKSHOP (S) £66 9. Ideal follow-on course to PD303-AS. All materials are provided to produce a completed piece.30am – 4pm – Mrs R O’Donohue – 1 meeting. Ideal follow-on course to PD352-AS. Standard Course Lengths Please note that. Produce a silver pendant in the style of Archibald Knox.30am – 4. See PD356-AS and PD357-SS for follow-on courses. PD539-AS METTA BHAVANA: The Buddhist Meditation of Love and Compassion £22 9.30am – 4. Saturday 28th November. former Buddhist Monk. holistic treatment.30am – 4.1 meeting. 2010.ADVANCED LEVEL (S) £22 9. or ED364-AM. Leaflet available. 24 . Resources available to purchase on the day. Saturday 14th November Create a beautiful and satisfying Christmas piece. Saturday 15th May. Includes a ‘hands on’. 2010 Workshop covering basic layer.30pm – Mrs C Button – 3 meetings. others available to purchase at class. Ideal special Christmas gift. PD359-SS1 JEWELLERY-MAKING WORKSHOP (S) £25 9.30pm – Mr M Kewley – 1 meeting. Some materials provided.30 pm – Mr S Haddock . PD304-SS DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOP – INTERMEDIATE LEVEL (S) £22 9.30pm – Mr J Caley .30am – 4. PD305-US DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOP .Previous knowledge/skills essential.30am – 4pm – Mrs R O’Donohue – 1 meeting.BEGINNER LEVEL (S) £22 9.1 meeting.30pm – Mr M Kewley – 1 meeting. Saturday 6th February. Ideal follow-on course to PD352-AS and PD356-AS. 2010 Workshop covering advanced layers.30am – 4. PD363-AS JEWELLERY MAKING FOR CHRISTMAS (S) £25 9. or students just interested in broadening their knowledge/experience. all Adult Community Education Courses start week commencing Monday. Saturday 3rd October An introduction to help you choose your perfect colours every time. PD368-AS 3D DECOUPAGE CHRISTMAS WORKSHOP – ALL ABILITIES (S) £40 9am – 5pm – Mrs B Moore . Saturday 7th November Workshop covering basic photo correction. Some materials provided. PD303-AS DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOP . Course repeated 7th November (PD051-AS2). Resources available to purchase on the day. 2010 An introduction to this balancing. or students just interested in broadening their knowledge/experience. Not suitable for beginners. Saturday 7th November Learn to give massage and enjoy the benefits of receiving one. practical element. using silver and copper from a pre-set design. 2010 An opportunity to explore 3D objects and / or hone existing 2D Tiffany Glass skills. No previous experience required. Some materials provided. the way to true peace in life with Michael Kewley. Not suitable for beginners. vector drawing techniques and illustrations in Adobe Photoshop CS3 and Photoshop Elements 6. Learn how it works and how it can help. PD357-SS 3D TIFFANY GLASS WORKSHOP (S) £66 9. masks and channels and correcting and enhancing digital photographs using Adobe Photoshop CS3 and Photoshop Elements 6. unless otherwise stated. Saturday 10th/17th October Learn the Tiffany Glass copper foiling technique and complete a stained glass project.30pm – Mrs C Button – 3 meetings.1 meeting.1 meeting.30pm – Mr J Caley .30pm – Mr J Caley . Leaflet available. Ideal introduction for those considering taking a diploma course in massage (648208 for details). See PD357-SS for follow-on course. Previous knowledge/skills essential.

DOUGLAS CLASSES . 6 weeks with option to take a practical assessment in week 7 in order to obtain certification. Saturday 7th November For parents.22 meetings. A St John Ambulance certificated course designed for if the worst happens and your child does have an accident! This course gives a step-by-step guide on how to give First Aid.Isle of Man College The certificated. beginning 21st January. but no cubicles. All ages and abilities welcome – especially beginners. A one session. The College regrets that it is not able to offer reduced fees or concessions on these courses.15pm – Mrs B Thorn A series of gentle stretching and breathing exercises combined with deep relaxation.Capt D Cowell . adjacent to the Isle of Man College. off Greenfield Road or Glencrutchery Road.10 pm – Mrs F McDonald EG101-AX SWIMMING FOR ADULT BEGINNERS . seamanship.12noon .8 pm – Mrs F McDonald PG102-AF SWIMMING FOR ADULT IMPROVERS . Fee includes course books & assessment papers. shallow pool – ideal for complete beginners – to rear of school. child minders etc. ISLE OF MAN COLLEGE TUESDAY ED472-AT RYA DAY SKIPPER CERTIFICATE (Theory) (S) £199 7pm . registration fee and certificate fee. only. ISLE OF MAN COLLEGE THURSDAY ED029-SX COMMUNITY FIRST AID SUITE & EMERGENCY & BASIC FIRST AID (S) £90 7pm-9pm – Miss L B Taggart – 7 weeks.30pm . grandparents. ISLE OF MAN COLLEGE SATURDAY PD471-AS RYA VHF RADIO GMDSS SHORT RANGE CERTIFICATE (S) £64 10am .9pm – Mr F Newton Unique Chinese form of relaxation and movement.15 pm – Mrs F McDonald Glencrutchery School Pool is on the Glencrutchery School site.OTHER SITES GLENCRUTCHERY SCHOOL POOL THUR/FRI PG101-AX SWIMMING FOR ADULT BEGINNERS . guardians.FRIDAY (S) £58 12. Refunds for these courses will only normally be granted in the event of a course not running. work books. Adult Community Education Code Course Fee Non .1.00pm – 8. Separate. to help promote optimum health and combat stress. Course fee includes First Aid manual.Mr A Dahn . pilotage.9pm . PD081-AS EMERGENCY LIFE SUPPORT (CHILD & INFANT) (S) £35 9am-1pm – Miss L B Taggart – 1 meeting. beginning 7th November (Including Assessment) Passing this course authorises the holder to use a radiotelephone on the VHF international frequencies of the maritime mobile band for voice communication. safety.Subsidised Courses . beginning 22nd September Initial basic course in navigation. course leading to Home Office certificate. Own mat required. are offered on a full cost basis.THURSDAY (S) £58 12. Separate male and female changing rooms. additional RYA assessment fees payable. non-subsidised courses detailed below. Holders of Restricted (VHF) Only Radio Operators Certificate wishing to upgrade to the new qualification of the GMDSS Short Range Certificate (SRC) which applies to VHF Operators on yachts and other small craft which are fitted with GMDSS equipment such as Digital Selected Callings should enrol on PD473-AS (fee £40) and attend weeks 3-5 (21st November – 5th December) .10 pm . 25 . meteorology and boat management to intermediate level.THURSDAY (S) £58 7 pm. MURRAY’S ROAD PRIMARY SCHOOL THURSDAY EM530-AX TAI-CHI CHUAN – YANG SHORT FORM (School Hall) £79 7. Course book/assessment pack provided.5 weeks. Additional RYA assessment fees payable. Ideal course for the general public to learn how to help each other in an emergency or when general accidents happen. four-hour course . Loose clothing recommended and thick socks/soft-soled shoes. WILLASTON PRIMARY SCHOOL TUESDAY EW521-AT YOGA FOR BEGINNERS (School Hall) £66 7. It is a warm.15 pm – 1.fee includes workbook and St John Ambulance registration and certification. Includes First Aid protocols and resuscitation skills and how to deal with minor conditions and those that become more serious and how to resuscitate a casualty. playgroup staff. NB: Full attendance is a pre-requisite for certification. 2010 A St John Ambulance course that gives instruction in community First Aid and an introduction to basic First Aid. The courses will run subject to economically viable student numbers being achieved.

7. combined with deep relaxation which are physically energizing and emotionally calming. Suitable for improving game or for those who wish to increase/improve existing knowledge/skills.WEDNESDAY £66 6. Leaflet available. 2010 Ideal follow-on course to EB122-ST.ALL ABILITIES (Hall) .THURSDAY £66 1.3pm . Adult Community Education Code Course Fee BALLACOTTIER PRIMARY SCHOOL MON/WED Please note that access is via the Youth and Community entrance at the rear of the school.30pm – Miss V Teare – 6 weeks.BEGINNERS & INTERMEDIATE (S) £122 7. 2010 Advice and guidance given to complete and prepare artwork for exhibition.30pm – Miss V Teare – 6 weeks.TUESDAY (S) £32 1.TUESDAY (S) £32 10.30pm . BALLAKERMEEN HIGH SCHOOL TUESDAY EB121-AT GOLF – FOR BEGINNERS (Sports Hall) (S) £44 7pm-9pm – Mr A Patterson – 5 weeks. EB324-AW INTRODUCTION TO WATERCOLOUR LANDSCAPE PAINTING (S) £114 7. Leaflet available. EB123-ST GOLF – INTERMEDIATE (Sports Hall) (S) £44 7pm– 9pm – Mr A Patterson – 5 weeks.9. Could be of interest to master swimmers and tri-athletes.15 pm . 26 .Mrs L Greggor Gentle Yoga positions. See EB123-ST for follow-on course. Suitable for beginners and those with previous experience.30am – 12.ALL ABILITIES (School Hall) .ALL ABILITIES (Hall) . EB411-AW FLORAL ART . ink and pastel. DOUGLAS YOUTH CLUB – KENSINGTON ROAD MON/TUE/WED/THU PK311-AM DRAWING AND PAINTING FOR BEGINNERS .Mrs B Thorn A series of stretching and breathing exercises combined with deep relaxation to help promote optimum health and combat stress. Leaflet available. combined with deep relaxation which are physically energizing and emotionally calming. Leaflet available. ET520-AM YOGA – ALL ABILITIES (School Hall) – MONDAY £79 6.THURSDAY (S) £114 10am – 12noon – Mrs J Van Toor Further develop your skills in drawing and painting by exploring the formal elements of art. beginning Tuesday 20th April. Suitable for beginners and those with previous experience. PK323-UT BACK TO THE DRAWING BOARD .15 pm – Mr P Parker Covers basic techniques in watercolour landscape painting.45pm . PK312-AX DRAWING AND PAINTING FOR INTERMEDIATES . BALLAKERMEEN HIGH SCHOOL MONDAY EB103-AM SWIMMING FOR ADULT INTERMEDIATES (S) £120 7pm – 8pm – Mr R Unsworth – 22 weeks MONDAY and WEDNESDAY Emphasis on developing stroke technique. beginning 23rd February.Mrs B Thorn A series of stretching and breathing exercises. Own mat and blanket required. stamina and stroke technique. Swimmers should be able to swim at least 25 metres in 1 or 2 strokes. Own mat required. 2010 Ideal follow-on course to EB121-AT.3pm . PK375-UT PREPARING TO EXHIBIT . EB104-AM SWIMMING – ADVANCED (S) £120 Mon 8pm – 9pm & Fri 7pm – 8pm – Mr R Unsworth – 22 weeks MONDAY and FRIDAY Course designed for competent multi-stroke swimmers who wish to be coached in improving fitness. beginning 12th January. Soft-soled shoes required. Leaflet available. Suitable for beginners or golfers who want to improve their game. 2010 Helpful tips and guidance on drawing in pencil.15 pm – 9.45pm . beginning Tuesday 20th April. See EB122-ST for follow-on course. ET520-AW YOGA . beginning 3rd November Soft-soled shoes necessary. Own mat required. BALLAKERMEEN HIGH SCHOOL WEDNESDAY EB101-AW SWIMMING FOR ADULT BEGINNERS (S) £120 6pm – 7pm – Mr R Unsworth – 22 weeks WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY Course designed to transform the nervous and faint-hearted into confident and happy water users.30pm – 3. Soft-soled shoes required. and composition in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere.15 pm . Own mat required. PK521-AX YOGA . PK520-AW YOGA .Mrs M A Parr Learn a new skill or improve an existing one.30pm . breathing and relaxation.WEDNESDAY £79 1. EB122-ST GOLF – FOR IMPROVERS (Sports Hall) (S) £44 7pm– 9pm – Mr A Patterson – 5 weeks. Beginners to intermediate.30pm – 8pm – Miss H Danaher A series of stretching and breathing exercises. in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere.MONDAY (S) £114 10am – 12noon – Mrs J Van Toor Develop your skills in drawing and painting through exploring the formal elements of art.

royal icing. marzipan and sugarpaste.15pm – 9. Own mat and belt required EN311-AM LEARN TO DRAW AND PAINT FOR PLEASURE (S) £114 7.15pm . beginning 4th January. For more details please telephone 648204. Repeated 14th January. Ideal follow-on course to EN620-SM. Soft-soled shoes required (no stilettos please). and Christmas flowers such as Christmas Rose.15pm – Mr H Parkin Continuing to look at the Manx Night Sky from an astronomical and astronautical perspective. beginning 7th October Learn how to make wired flowers such as blackberries. veiners and ‘pulled’ techniques. 2010 Learn more skills/techniques in royal icing. Pranayama.50pm – Mrs L Greggor Yoga Asanas. beginning 5th October Basic introduction to decorating cakes. Adult Community Education Code Course Fee ST NINIAN’S HIGH SCHOOL MONDAY EN521-AM YOGA FOR BEGINNERS (School Hall) £66 6. Meditation & Philosophy. Learn how to make simple wired flowers in sugar. Own mat required. ST JOHNS PRIMARY SCHOOL TUESDAY EU521-AT YOGA . See EN620-SM for follow-on course. EN621-SM CAKE DECORATING – ADVANCED (S) £30 7. but also suit students with some previous experience/knowledge.15pm – 9. EN131-AT BADMINTON – FOR BEGINNERS & IMPROVERS (Sports Hall) (S) £96 8pm .15pm – 9. marzipan and sugarpaste. See EN621-SM for follow-on course. Students for whom English is not their first language should refer to the course details given on Page 11 of this guide. Suit complete beginners or those wishing to improve their skills/knowledge.15pm – 9. Leaflet available.15pm .Mrs M Shimmin – 8 weeks.45pm .00pm – Mrs B Thorn A series of stretching and breathing exercises combined with deep relaxation to help promote optimum health and combat stress.15pm – Mr & Mrs R Sibthorpe Learn Salsa. Poinsettia and more. EU522-AT YOGA – INTERMEDIATE (School Hall) £79 8. 2010 Learn more cake decorating skills in royal icing.15pm – Mr B Corlett – 10 weeks.9. writing. beginning 24th September A practical introduction to PCs. using cutters.9.15pm – Mr D Clague.15pm – Mrs M Shimmin – 5 weeks. breathing.30pm – Mr P Short ST NINIAN’S HIGH SCHOOL WEDNESDAY EN639-AW INTRODUCTION TO AUTUMN / CHRISTMAS SUGAR FLOWERS (S) £45 7. ST NINIAN’S HIGH SCHOOL TUESDAY EN728-AT CLUB DANCES FOR BEGINNERS (Dance Studio) (S) £116 7.30pm . EN620-SM CAKE DECORATING FOR IMPROVERS (S) £35 7.Mrs B Thorn Suit last year’s beginners.15pm – 9. Leaflet available. 2010 (EP813-SX). spelling and basic Maths for people for whom English is their first language. Own mat required. beginning 17th September Free. sugar flowers and decorating your own Christmas cake. Suit beginners or near beginners. beginning 20th January. spreadsheets and the Internet.10pm – Mrs L Greggor Gentle Yoga positions.8. 2010. Leaflet available. Ideal follow-on course to EN619-AM. Leaflet available.15pm – 9. beginning 22nd February. Leaflet available. EN619-AM CAKE DECORATING FOR BEGINNERS (S) £45 7.15pm – Mrs M Shimmin – 8 weeks.20pm – 9.THURSDAY £48 7. 27 . EN522-AM YOGA FOR IMPROVERS (School Hall) £66 8.9. confidential help with reading. and relaxation . Learn basic techniques in drawing and painting with ‘Des’ Clague. EN012-AT THE MANX NIGHT SKY (Lecture Theatre) (S) £110 7.beginners to intermediate.BEGINNERS (School Hall) £79 6. Merengue and East Coast Swing. marzipan modeling.THURSDAY NO FEE 7pm – 9. Leaflet available.15pm – 36 weeks. COURSES OUTSIDE DOUGLAS QUEEN ELIZABETH II HIGH SCHOOL THURSDAY EP900-AX IMPROVE YOUR BASIC SKILLS (ENGLISH AND MATHS) . Suit complete novices or previous students of ‘The Manx Sky at Night’ courses. Leaflet available. Not suitable for beginners. Argentine Tango. EP813-AX COMPUTER BASICS .15pm .15pm .15pm – Mrs M Shimmin – 8 weeks.40pm – 8.15pm – 9. Own mat required. Essentially a beginners’ course.15pm – Mrs M Shimmin – 6 weeks. word processing. EN638-SW INTRODUCTION TO SUGAR FLOWERS (S) £45 7.9. Suit PC and Apple Mac users.

15pm – Mr P Parker Covers techniques in watercolour landscape painting. walkers and runners. Lower body conditioning with exercises.WEDNESDAY (S) £40 6. Builds up in intensity and complexity over the 22 weeks. writing. Also suitable for hikers. Lower body conditioning with exercises. Specific pre-ski exercises for strength. beginning Tuesday 6th October A series of gentle stretching and breathing exercises combined with deep relaxation.30pm – 8pm – Miss F Bury . Increased intensity and more step routines than the Basic Step and Tone. Toning and strengthening specific muscle groups. Basic step patterns building up to improvers course. beginning 1st October A basic course in penmanship with the aim of producing an illustrated/decorated text in Manx Gaelic. 2010 Advice and guidance given to complete and prepare artwork for exhibition. EC095-AX INDUSTRIAL ARCHAEOLOGY OF THE ISLE OF MAN .THURSDAY (S) £114 7. EF557-SW STEP AND TONE . Includes muscular strength and endurance exercises plus stretch and flexibility work and pre-ski training.WEDNESDAY (S) £72 8pm – 9.30pm – Miss V Teare – 6 weeks. PORT ERIN YOUTH AND COMMUNITY CENTRE WED/THURS PE375-UW PREPARING TO EXHIBIT . Includes warm-up. RUSHEN PRIMARY SCHOOL TUES/WED EE521-AT YOGA FOR BEGINNERS (Infant Hall) . EF557-AW BASIC STEP AND TONE (Sports Hall) . EC556-AX LOW IMPACT DUMB-BELL WORKOUT & PRE-SKI TRAINING (School Gym) .THURSDAY (S) £114 2pm – 4pm – Mr P Parker Covers techniques using mixed media: acrylic. stamina and balance. PE326-AX LANDSCAPE PAINTING FOR IMPROVERS/INTERMEDIATES .THURSDAY (S) £72 8pm – 9. stretch. to help promote optimum health and combat stress. motorcycle riders.15pm – Mrs E J Gunn – 20 weeks.10 weeks. Suit beginners as well as those wishing to enhance existing skills. beginning Wednesday 6th January. EC555-AX WINTER WORKOUT & BODY CONDITIONING (School Gym) . EE522-AW YOGA FOR IMPROVERS (Infant Hall) . muscular strength and endurance exercises. spelling and basic Maths for people for whom English is their first language. Leaflet available.15pm – Miss F Bury Upper body muscle toning with dumb-bells. cyclists. beginning Wednesday 23rd September Step class and muscle toning and strengthening. cyclists.WEDNESDAY (S) £40 6. beginning 2nd November Learn how to explore this fascinating. Ideal follow-on course from EF557-AW.30pm – 8pm – Miss F Bury Exercise class to suit all abilities. EF556-AW LOW IMPACT DUMB-BELL WORKOUT & PRE-SKI TRAINING (Sports Hall) .30pm – 8. EF566-AM STEP WORKOUT (Sports Hall) . beneficial area of self-development. cool-down and stretch.15pm – 8. EC324-AX WATERCOLOUR LANDSCAPE PAINTING FOR IMPROVERS/INTERMEDIATES .IMPROVERS (Sports Hall) . horse riders. beginning Wednesday 7th October Suit last year’s beginners or those with previous experience. PE404-AX CREATIVE ART OF CALLIGRAPHY .30pm – Mrs J Ragab – 10 weeks.00pm – Miss F Bury Stress-busting workout using easy moves based on kick boxing and martial arts.WEDNESDAY £60 7pm – 8. beginning 1st October Introduction to the rich variety of Industrial Archaeology available for study on the Isle of Man. beginning 17th September Free.THURSDAY (S) £52 7pm – 9pm – Mr J Qualtrough – 10 weeks.15pm – Mrs E J Gunn – 20 weeks.MONDAY (S) £72 8pm – 9.30pm – 8pm – Miss F Bury . oils or pastels. cardio.THURSDAY NO FEE 7pm – 9. horse riders. Own mat required. Adult Community Education Code Course Fee FOXDALE PRIMARY SCHOOL MON/WED EF509-AM KICK BOX & PRE-SKI TRAINING (Sports Hall) . For more details please telephone 648204.15pm – Miss F Bury Upper body muscle toning with dumb-bells.TUESDAY £60 7pm – 8. Leaflet availalble. Specific pre-ski exercises for strength. beginning Wednesday 21st April.15pm – 9.45pm – Mrs M Fowler – 6 weeks.10 weeks. EC900-AX IMPROVE YOUR BASIC SKILLS (ENGLISH AND MATHS) . Students for whom English is not their first language should refer to the course details given on Page 11 of this guide.THURSDAY (S) £40 11am – 12. CASTLE RUSHEN HIGH SCHOOL MON/THURS EC222-AM DISCOVER MEDITATION . Combination of practical meditation and insight ‘Become who you are’ and be in harmony with your inner self through meditation and self-discovery. 2010 Step class and muscle toning and strengthening.WEDNESDAY (S) £32 12. walkers and runners. 28 . Own mat required.15pm – 36 weeks.30pm – 2.15pm – Miss F Bury Starts with simple and easy routines. motorcycle riders.. Leaflet available. stamina and balance. healing and general well-being. Also suitable for hikers.MONDAY (S) £86 6. Leaflet available.MONDAY £22 7. confidential help with reading. See EF557-SW for follow-on course.THURSDAY (S) £86 6.

30pm – Miss F Bury Stress-busting workout using easy moves based on kick boxing and martial arts. spelling and basic Maths for people whom English is their first language. Also suitable for hikers.30pm – 8pm .30pm – 8. For more details please telephone 648204. RAMSEY GRAMMAR SCHOOL (East Building) WEDNESDAY ER900-AW IMPROVE YOUR BASIC SKILLS (ENGLISH AND MATHS) NO FEE 7pm – 9. Includes muscular strength and endurance exercises plus stretch and flexibility work and pre-ski training. Own mat required. 29 . cool-down and stretch. cardio. cyclists.Mrs S Woolley Own mat and blanket required. stretch. Leaflet available.30pm – 9. Leaflet available. RAMSEY GRAMMAR SCHOOL (East Building) FRIDAY ER509-AF KICK BOX & PRE-SKI TRAINING (School Gym) (S) £58 6. beginning 16th September Free.MIXED ABILITIES (School Hall) £79 7.5 weeks. writing. Adult Community Education Code Course Fee RAMSEY GRAMMAR SCHOOL (East Building) MONDAY ER523-AM YOGA FOR HEALTH & RELAXATION .IMPROVERS (School Hall) £79 8pm – 9.BEGINNERS (School Hall) £79 6. ER556-AF LOW IMPACT DUMB-BELL WORKOUT & PRE-SKI TRAINING (School Gym) (S) £58 7. ES509-AT KICK-BOX & PRE-SKI TRAINING (Sports Hall) (S) £72 8pm – 9.30pm – 9.BEGINNERS/IMPROVERS (Sports Hall) (S) £52 7. horse riders. RAMSEY YOUTH & COMMUNITY CENTRE THURSDAY PR311-AX DRAWING AND PAINTING FOR PLEASURE FOR BEGINNERS (S) £114 2pm – 4pm – Mr D Clague Improve your drawing skills and learn painting techniques to develop your own individual style with ‘Des’ Clague. ER130-AM BADMINTON .15pm – Mr P Parker Covers techniques in watercolour landscape painting. Toning and strengthening specific muscle groups. ER411-AT FLORAL ART – BEGINNERS & INTERMEDIATE (S) £122 7.15pm – Miss F Bury Stress-busting workout using easy moves based on kick boxing and martial arts. 2010 Soft-soled shoes necessary.30pm – Miss F Bury Step class and muscle toning and strengthening. beginning 21st September Course repeated 22nd February. ER231-AT GERMAN – LEVEL 2 £105 7pm – 9pm – Mrs J Cranmer A continuation course for students who have completed Level 1 or who have some knowledge of German.Mrs S Woolley Own mat and blanket required. muscular strength and endurance exercises. All abilities. Specific pre-ski exercises for strength.15pm – 9.15pm – 9. Course book required: ‘Talk Spanish’ (BBC).15pm – 36 weeks. confidential help with reading.15pm – Mrs M Parr Learn a new skill or improve an existing one. Includes warm-up. Lower body conditioning with exercises. Includes muscular strength and endurance exercises plus stretch and flexibility work and pre-ski training. ER121-SM GOLF FOR BEGINNERS (Sports Hall) (S) £44 7. walkers and runners.30pm – 9.30pm – Mr A Patterson . Course book required: ‘Deutsch Plus’ (BBC). ER325-AT WATERCOLOUR LANDSCAPE PAINTING FOR IMPROVERS/INTERMEDIATES (S) £114 7. Students for whom English is not their first language should refer to the course details given on Page 11 of this guide.30pm . ER225-AM SPANISH FOR BEGINNERS £105 7pm – 9pm – Mrs J Cranmer Introduction to Spanish language and culture.30pm – 7.30pm – Mr G Harvey – 10 weeks. Leaflet available.30pm – 9pm – Mrs S Woolley Yoga for health and relaxation. beginning 11th January. RAMSEY GRAMMAR SCHOOL (East Building) TUESDAY ER521-AT YOGA FOR HEALTH AND RELAXATION . SULBY PRIMARY SCHOOL TUESDAY ES555-AT WINTER WORKOUT & BODY CONDITIONING (Sports Hall) (S) £86 6. stamina and balance. ER522-AT YOGA FOR HEALTH AND RELAXATION . ER557-AF STEP AND TONE (School Gym) (S) £58 8. 2010 (ER130-SM).30pm – 8pm – Miss F Bury Exercise class to suit all abilities. motorcycle riders.30pm – Miss F Bury Upper body muscle toning with dumb-bells.

Qualifications We offer a full range of educational courses from Pre-vocational and GCSE through to DEGREE. The role of Student Services is to support you. Whether you are studying for a vocational qualification or enjoying new skills and friendships on one of our Adult Leisure and Recreation courses we are keen to promote a partnership between the staff and you the student. confidence and equality of opportunity for all staff and students. Learning Services Area We are here to help you with all kinds of skills that you may feel you need extra support with. We can provide support for you in two areas: Student Services Centre Support is available for any personal or financial concerns or queries you may have. use the Internet. Specialist part-time staff are also available for Careers Guidance. come and talk to us. write essays.The College Culture At the Isle of Man College our aim is to provide you with a local. as well as specialist Professional courses for our Industrial and Commercial clients. both in your College and personal life. spreadsheets to spelling. from percentages to paragraphs. we can help.S. trust.A. complete UCAS forms. indenting to IT. estimation to exclamation marks. exciting curriculum that will enable you to achieve your full learning and skills potential. Pop in and arrange extra support or talk to your tutor and he/she will do it for you. A wide range of information and leaflets are available in the Student Services Centre and evening appointments can be made by arrangement.s and pass Key Skills tests. 30 . Counselling. University Opportunities If you want to take your qualifications to a higher level. in Rooms M223 and M225 (top of the main staircase). (Help! How do I turn it on?) In the past we have also helped students to: Build portfolios. as many of these programmes are available for part-time study.V. Health Advice. our Higher Education courses will provide you with many opportunities. mutual respect. upgrade your job skills or learn something new. Equal Opportunities The Isle of Man College is committed to taking active steps to create an environment where there is fairness. Our vocational training programmes offer NVQ qualifications and are supported by the Department of Trade and Industry. Everybody needs a bit of extra support at sometime. For further information or to make an appointment please contact Abbie on 648254. put together C. For further information please see our Full-time Course Guide. You will find the L. Chaplaincy. Alcohol Concerns and Stopping Smoking.

Centre for Lifelong Learning in association with the Isle of Man Department of Education Continuing Education courses in 2009-10 for all adult learners Spice Girls and Suffragettes with Dr Chris Cowin. The lecturers are specialists in their subject area. Frank Milner will be lecturing about the period ‘From Hogarth to Turner’ and Sandra Pollard will be talking about ‘Angels and Goddesses – signs and symbols in Renaissance painting’. If you have attended a course during the last two years. answerphone available at other times) Mobile: 07624 250901 (voicemail available) Email: Helen. Many of the courses are day courses held on a Saturday. Dr Fenella Bazin will be lecturing about classical compositions in depth. Literature courses will include ‘Earliest English literature’ with Mike Hoy and a chance to consider English novels in depth with Dr Jennifer Kewley Draskau. 1870-1916’. For music lovers. For those interested in art history. No background knowledge or qualifications are needed. Manx Witches. please contact: Helen Kneale.Kneale@liverpool. many of them travelling from the United Kingdom to lecture. music. Egyptology and archaeology. informal surroundings. ideal for anyone who would like to find out more about a subject that interests them. Fairies and charms with Yvonne Creswell and a graveyard survey with Andrew Jamieson – these are some of the unusual subjects that will be covered in the University of Liverpool Continuing Education programme in 2009-2010. John Petit will be talking about ‘The Troubled life of Robert Schumann’ and Professor Roderick Swanston will be presenting a course about ‘The end of the world: Vienna. direct line 695154 (Thursdays. you should automatically receive a prospectus during late August or early September. Course Organiser Telephone: Centre for Manx Studies. These part time Continuing Education courses provide the opportunity to learn about a wide range of subjects in relaxed. art and life.ac.uk. These are just some of the courses to be included on the programme starting in October 2009 – if you would like to find out more. Helen Kneale Course Organiser 31 . art history. Courses cover a wide range of subjects including history. music.

CHRISTMAS/NEW YEAR HOLIDAY Friday 1st January 2010 inclusive (10 days) SPRING TERM: (2010) Monday 4th January Courses recommence Monday 15th February .12. induction/enrolment of continuing HE students Monday 28th September Start of part-time Adult Community Education course programme Monday 26th October .) Wed.30am . please check if you are uncertain Wednesday 16th September 5. HALF-TERM HOLIDAY Friday 19th February inclusive (5 days) Friday 2nd April . HALF-TERM HOLIDAY Friday 30th October inclusive (5 days) Monday 21st December 2009 .8. College Calendar 2009/2010 Enrolment.30pm: Induction/enrolment of new HE students Monday 21st September Start of HE courses. 9th September 2009 In-Person Enrolment: 5.30pm College Main Site AUTUMN TERM: (2009) Monday 14th September Most full-time and part-time Further Education vocational courses (including the part-time GCSE & GCE programmes) start from this week.00pm College Main Site Sat. 12th September 2009 In-Person Enrolment: 9.00pm . N.B. EASTER HOLIDAY Friday 16th April inclusive (11 days) SUMMER TERM: (2010) Monday 19th April Courses recommence Monday 3rd May MAY DAY HOLIDAY Monday 31st May SPRING BANK HOLIDAY Monday 7th June . TT RACE HOLIDAY Friday 11th June inclusive (5 days) Monday 5th July TYNWALD DAY Friday 9th July End of Summer Term Last Dates for Receipt of Entries for 2009/10 Examinations GCSE November Exams Friday 25th September 2009 GCSE January Series Exams Friday 2nd October 2009 GCE January Series Friday 9th October 2009 GCSE March Series Exams Friday 8th January 2010 GCSE Summer Series Exams Friday 22nd January 2010 GCE Summer Series Exams Friday 12th February 2010 City & Guilds May/June Series Exams Friday 5th March 2010 OCR/RSA Secretarial Exams See College Notice Boards 32 . advice and guidance sessions (For courses with places still available following the Summer enrolments. Other part-time courses will start throughout the 2009/10 academic year.

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