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- Please note that we will not send course confirmation until 10 days prior to the course start date
- Fees must be paid in full before commencing the course.
- Named participants may be substituted without charge.
- Fees will be refunded for cancellations received 10 working days prior to the start of the course or earlier. After this date, fees will not normally be refunded.
- Telephone cancellations must be confirmed in writing. Please email email@example.com
- Cardiff University reserves the right to cancel or postpone any course/conference, in which case, fees will be refunded in full.
- In the event of Cardiff University having to cancel or postpone a course, delegates will be contacted via email and offered the opportunity to transfer to an alternative date (if available). Should you wish to transfer, please inform us within 4 weeks of the cancellation email or we will refund the course fee automatically.
- In the event of cancellation, Cardiff University will not be held liable for participants travel or accommodation costs.
- Fees include all handouts, pre-course materials or manuals, lunches, and refreshments.
Following completion of the course, Cardiff University has no control over the degree to which, or the method in which an individual to whom the course has been provided will implement the knowledge, techniques and training provided to them. Cardiff University excludes all liability in this respect.
Offered by one of the UK’s leading centres for childhood and youth based research, these workshops provide participants with the chance to develop their knowledge of childhood and youth and consider what it means to conduct research with children and young people at an advanced level.
Suitable for individuals already working with children and young people in a range of different roles and professions, the workshops also provide a foundation for those wishing to go on to further training in a variety of professional fields involving work with children and young people, such as education, health and social care, family policy, youth work, justice, international development and charity work.
Sexual safety and well-being is a key priority, enshrined in policy, for all schools and child-centered settings. This one-day workshop draws on recent research data to address the increasing and multiple ways in which children and young people are subject to sexual bullying and harassment in their online and offline peer and relationship cultures.
This day’s workshop will critically examine current and recent trends in social policies for children in need, posing the question: ‘How should the state intervene with individual families to promote children’s well-being?’ Examples from a wide spectrum of social interventions will be discussed, such as preventative and support services, child protection, looked after children and adoption.
The aim of this workshop is to provide you with an overview of the key frameworks and methods used for designing and evaluating childhood and youth-focussed health improvement interventions.
This day will introduce and provide hands on opportunity to critically explore the opportunities and challenges of creative and participatory approaches to research with children and young people.
Students who completed the Pathway to Social Science this year visited Cardiff University’s Glamorgan Building where they will begin their degree studies in September.
The Pathway to Social Science, a progression route to higher education at Cardiff University, sees 12 local adult learners transform their lives and progress onto a degree scheme.
The students are from a diverse range of backgrounds and show commitment and enthusiasm for their studies.
The students joined the Pathway to Social Science Coordinating Lecturer Jan Stephens, and previous Pathway students who have already started their undergraduate degree to get advice and support before they begin in the School of Social Sciences.
Why not start your learning journey by enrolling on the Pathway to Social Science? The Centre will take new enrolments from August 2014.
If you would like to find out more in the meantime contact Jan Stephens StephensJ4@cardiff.ac.uk or by calling 029 2087 6248.
Keep up-to-date by joining our Pathway to Social Science Mailing List.
Cardiff engages businesses during Adult Learners’ Week
Adult Learners’ Week was a perfect opportunity for local businesses to sample
Cardiff University Confucius Institute is pleased to welcome Professor Li Dan, from the International Politics Department at Xiamen University. Li Dan joins the existing team at the Confucius Institute as the Academic director.
Since its launch in 2008, Cardiff Confucius Institute has delivered a wide range of Chinese language and teaching programmes to adult learners through the choices programme at Cardiff University and has also delivered a wide variety of cultural activities for adults and school pupils.
Professor Li commented “I am honoured and very excited about coming to Cardiff to lead the Confucius Institute to provide courses in Chinese language and culture to members of the community, public and private sector organisations and university staff and students. The Confucius Institute acts as a focus for those involved in China-related research and teaching and in the past few years, our CI has achieved great progress in promoting Chinese language and culture. As well as this existing work, I look forward to focusing on academic exchange programmes, the international conference grant, PhD in China Fellowship, Joint PhD Fellowship, and the visiting scholar in China Programme.”
Cardiff Confucius Institute will offer new Chinese summer courses in June and July this year through the LEARN summer programme. Autumn part-time courses for adults will be advertised from July. For more information visit www.cardiff.ac.uk/learn/confucius-institute
Cardiff University celebrates a successful partnership with Student Volunteering Cardiff and Communities First at Family Fun Day.
The Widening Access Team at the Centre for Lifelong Learning will be celebrating the success of its partnership with Student Volunteering Cardiff and Communities First at this weekend’s Family Fun Day. The event has been organised by ACE Cardiff, SEF Cymru, Riverside Homework Club and Education Centre Wales who are all located in the BRG Communities First area in Cardiff.
The event, which will take place on Saturday 7 June in Butetown, will celebrate the participation and learning achievements of all the students who attend the area’s Homework Clubs which are supported by student tutors from Cardiff University.
It is expected that around 70 to 80 children will attend the day with their families, who will be integral in celebrating their children’s learning journey and enjoying the day’s activities.
Student Tutor Project Coordinator, at the Centre for Lifelong Learning, Liena Abulaban said: “We are really looking forward to supporting this weekend’s event which will showcase the hard work of the students and the Cardiff University Student Tutors in particular”.
One of the Student Tutors, Rachel Ware said: “I have learnt so much about teaching and they say the best experience you can get is in a classroom – so homework clubs are surely the next best thing! It is so hard to get hands-on experience, so this has been invaluable. It definitely played a big role in securing my place in University to study a PGCE!”
The Cardiff Homework Club project gives Cardiff University students the opportunity to volunteer as part of a team that supports children aged 11-18 in their learning. Volunteers can progress to become Team Leaders and expand their skills set to include leading and managing small teams of volunteer tutors.
To find out more about the Homework Clubs Student Tutor Project please visit www.cardiff.ac.uk/learn/widening-access/student-tutor-project/
Cardiff University’s Professional Development Team is hosting a free webinar to celebrate Learning at Work Day!
Taking place on Thursday 19th June @ 1pm, this interactive event will get you thinking about how to help your business stand out from the crowd.
Join our marketing expert, Keith MacGregor, as he talks you through unique selling points (USPs):
- what they are
- why they’re important
- how your company can exploit competitive advantages in the workplace
- your role in helping your business stand out from the crowd
There will be the opportunity to join in activity polls and discussions and to have your questions answered.
Places are limited so register now!
Ideology triumphed over common culture in the First World War, historian Sir Hew Strachan told a packed Cardiff University public lecture on 21 May 2014. The celebrated war historian told 250 eager listeners that the war took just weeks to break common cultural links and replace them with the crude ideologies of war.
The event’s organiser Dr Richard Marsden said, ‘It is fantastic to see so many people from all walks of life here this evening. This lecture series is all about taking research out of the ivory tower and putting it at the disposal of the public. We hear a lot about ’research impact’ in universities these days. Sir Hew’s research has certainly had an impact on hundreds of people here tonight, and he was given a run for his money with some great questions at the end.’
Attendees also enjoyed a cheese and wine reception before the lecture. The reception showcased some of the community-focused history courses and outreach projects at the Centre for Lifelong Learning and also the School of History, Archaeology and Religion.
This lecture was part of the Exploring the Past Free Lecture series offered by the Centre for Lifelong Learning in collaboration with the Historical Association. These talks run on a monthly basis and offer members of the public the chance to find out about cutting-edge research in the Humanities.
The lecture series itself is an off-shoot of the Exploring the Past pathway, which offers a flexible route onto degrees in History, Archaeology and Religion to adult learners without formal qualifications. This is just one of a number of similar routes run by the Centre for Lifelong Learning as part of its Pathways to a Degree programme.
To find out more about part time courses visit www.cardiff.ac.uk/learn or call 029 2087 0000
To find out more about Pathways to undergraduate degrees visit www.cardiff.ac.uk/learn/pathways
If your school has been actively engaged in delivering Chinese cultural activities or Language sessions then you may want to consider becoming a Confucius Classroom.
With funding and resources provided by Hanban, including a dedicated Chinese Language assistant, this is an ideal opportunity to further promote and develop Chinese Language and culture within your school and the wider community.
This opportunity is open to all Primary and Secondary schools in Wales
For a preliminary chat, please contact Rachel Williams on 02920 875216 or e-mail Confucius@cardiff.ac.uk
As a student on this course you will:
- Learn about different types of marketing strategies
- Explore specific marketing issues facing companies today
- Work as a team to develop and launch a marketing strategy
Who is this course for?
This new course is open to all and is specifically designed for those who would like a taster for the Pathway to Business Management / Finance and Accounting programme.
The course can also be taken as a stand-alone course for career development, as part of your CPD, or for those with an interest in Marketing issues.
Learning and Teaching
The course is taught through a mix of:
- Lectures and seminars
- Student-led team work to achieve a marketing strategy
Coursework and Assessment
To award credits we need to have evidence of the knowledge and skills you have gained or improved.
The assessment for this course is:
- To develop and launch a marketing strategy
- Principles of Marketing 4th European Edition by Kotler, Wong, Saunders and Armstrong
- Marketing: real people, real decisions 1st European Edition by Solomon, Marshal, Stuart, Barnes and Mitchell
Library and Computing Facilities
As a student on this course you are entitled to join and use the University library and computing facilities. You can find out more about these facilities on our website www.cardiff.ac.uk/learn under Student Information, or by ringing the Centre on
(029) 2087 0000.
Accessibility of Courses
Our aim is access for all. We aim to provide a confidential advice and support service for any student with a long term medical condition, disability or specific learning difficulty. We are able to offer one-to-one advice about disability, pre-enrolment visits, liaison with tutors and co-ordinating lecturers, material in alternative formats, arrangements for accessible courses, assessment arrangements, loan equipment and Dyslexia screening. Please contact the Centre on (029) 2087 0000 for an information leaflet.
A range of further information can be found on our web site www.cardiff.ac.uk/learn or in Choices. This includes the times and dates of courses and an explanation of accreditation and credit levels.