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Birmingham Metropolitan College

Creative Writing

This course will address, and improve all areas of English whilst bringing out your creative side. This is a part time course and can be studied during the day or the evening. Please check during interview which sites offer day or evening courses. You will be expected to attend three hours per week (one half day) for a daytime course or 3.5 hours per week (one evening) for an evening course. The course is free for qualifying students.
Duration September - July. Weekly Hours: 3.5
Level HE Level 1
 
Would you like to improve your written english skills but hate the thought of sitting in a classroom? Have you dreamed of writing a short story or a childrens book but feel that your english isn't good enough? Well, here is your chance to improve your english and find your hidden talents.
Requirements
There are no formal entry requirements but you will be assessed on entry to ascertain your level in English. You will then be advised if your level is appropriate for this course. If it is felt that you are not quite at the level required you will be offered another English course to study. This course is designed to help students towards a level 2 qualification in adult literacy so students who already hold a Level 2 or GCSE English would not be suitable for this course. No interview is required for this course. Applicants will be invited to enrol before the course is due to start.
Modules
Course Content: Speaking and listening. •Listen and respond •Speak to communicate •Engage in discussions Reading •Reading comprehension •Grammar and punctuation •Vocabulary •Word recognition and phonics Writing •Writing comprehension •Grammar and punctuation •Spelling and handwriting.
Contact Information
Institution Birmingham Metropolitan College
Aldridge Road
Great Barr
Birmingham
B44 8NE

Tel: 0845 155 0101
www.bmetc.ac.uk
Department: James Watt Campus
Contact Email: ask@bmetc.ac.uk