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March 05, 2014

By Patrick Howse BBC News education reporter Self-tanning is one of the courses that will lose its government funding The government is to cut funding to 5,000 adult vocational qualifications to "simplify and streamline" the adult skills system in England. Among the courses to go are self-tanning, balloon artistry and instructing pole fitness. The Department for Business, Innovation and Skills describes these courses as "low value". The...

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Adult courses at city school to start this month
January 18, 2014
sleeping patterns. It will start on Monday, January 27 from 7pm until 9pm and will cost £36 for the course. The second class is a flower arranging course where people will learn the skills needed to make
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The new SGS College 2014 part time adult courses...
June 23, 2014
their skill set can collect the latest booklets at any of the College's Campuses or download them from the College website. SGS College offers a wide variety of adult part time courses to cater for a range of different needs. Courses run at various dates throughout the year and are tailored to fit around busy lives. Vice Principal, Sara-Jane Watkins comments:...
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Mountain bike madness between Beaconsfield and Amersham
June 10, 2014
wishing to improve their off-road bike handling skills in a fantastic location." The junior course for 11 to 16-year-olds started on Saturday, June 7, and runs from 9.30am to 11.30am. The adult Mountain bike madness for teenagers and adults NEW mountain bike courses are being held over six weeks for teenagers and adults to improve their biking skills. Two British...
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It’s never too late:...
January 31, 2014

, completed a flexible adult course at Bede Campus. For more information on adult courses visit www.sunderlandcollege.ac.uk/change or call 511 6000. PENSIONER Ken Hall has proven its never too late to learn. The 89-year-old became an author in his 80s after a short-term course at Sunderland College and went on to have his children’s stories was created to celebrate equality and diversity. The retired engineer spoke to students about his own experience at...

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5,000 people have already visited Go Ape in Tilgate Park
August 11, 2013
first opened a junior course in May, then an adult course last month. It appears people are going bananas for the zip lines, treetop walkways and “Tarzan swings” with the bumper figure having already been surpassed. Being suspended high above the ground, attached by nothing more than a length of rope has proved a real hit with thrill-seekers of all ages, according to...
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