Non Accredited Courses

To enrol on the following free non-accredited courses, there is no minimum entry requirement.

Introduction to Psychology


On this course you will gain an introduction into the study of psychology through consideration of some of the main subject areas such as social behaviour of people, child development and understanding the brain to understand behaviour.
Dates and times
Friday 15th September 2017 - Friday 20th October 2017 (no class on Friday 29th September)
9.30am - 11.30am
Venue: Grangetown Hub

Non-Accredited - Select "Psychology201718_1" on the enrolment form.​​​​​​​

Introduction to Complementary Therapies


This introductory course will give an overview of Complementary Therapies in general as well as more specific information on some of the different therapies available and their benefits. We will learn how to carry out a simple Indian head massage routine as a group and also enjoy a basic introduction to Aromatherapy, Holistic Massage and Reflexology. The course will be a mix of basic theory and practical application and is intended to be enjoyable, fun and motivating!​​​​​​​​​​​
Dates and times
Tuesday 19th September 2017 - Tuesday 17th October 2017
12.30pm - 2.30pm
Venue: Bradbury House, Pill

Non-accredited. Select "Complementary Therapies 201718_1" on the enrolment form.​​

Create Your World


This course reflects on your current skills and abilities and looks at where you are heading and what you would like to achieve.  It will provide skills for personal development enabling  you to achieve your potential.

Dates and times
Friday 15th September 2017 - Friday 13th October 2017
Year 7 Parents 9.15am to 11.15am - Year 11 Parents 11.30am to 1.30pm
Venue: Cardiff West Community High School

Non-accredited. Select "Create Your Own World Year 7 Parents 201718_1" or "Create Your Own World Year 11 Parents 201718_2" on the enrolment form. Priority on enrolment given to for Parents of Pupils in Cardiff West Community High School.

Sex, Drugs and Super Bugs


How can we help communities to improve their health? How do we stop a disease outbreak?

This 2 day course will introduce you to the wide and varied subject of Public Health. The course will look at the three key areas of Public Health. You will be investigating how Public Health is involved in protecting our health, looking at the techniques used to encourage people to live healthier lives and introduced to how our health is influenced by the world around us. The course is an excellent introduction to the BSc Public Health course.

 

Dates and times
To be advised - To be advised
9.30am - 12 noon
Venue: Taff Housing

Non-accredited. Select "Sex, Drugs and Super Bugs 201718_1" on the enrolment form.

Clearing Course Vacancies for 2017. Call 0300 330 0755 to Secure Your Place.