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 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
Wednesdays 16th October 2019 - Wednesday 20th November 2019
10am - 12 noon
Venue: Grass Roots, Charles Street

​Non accredited.

Select "Introduction to Psychology Grass Roots 201920_2" on the enrolment form.

Environmental Health


Interested in health and wellbeing? Curious about how we can influence our natural and built environment to maximise them both? This course will introduce you to the five areas of Environmental Health practice: Food Safety, Built Environment, Pollution Control, Health & Safety and Public Health, exploring the proactive and reactive roles of an environmental health professional. It is designed to be interactive and participant led, developing team working and leadership skills.

Dates and times
Thursday 14th November 2019 - Thursday 14th November 2019
9.30am - 12.30pm
Venue: Cadwyn Housing

Non-accredited (1/2 day course).

Select "Environmental Health 201920_1" on the enrolment form.

Creative Writing


Ever wanted to write your own story? This introductory course is ideal for both beginners and those wanting to hone their skills. You will have the opportunity to explore the collections at St Fagans National Museum of History to inspire your work.

 

Dates and times
Thursdays 7th November 2019 - Thursday 28th November 2019
1.00pm - 3.00pm
Venue: St Fagans National Museum of History

Non-accredited

Select "Creative Writing 201920_1" on the enrolment form.

Introduction to Complementary Therapies


​​This introductory course will give an overview of therapies in general, to gain a knowledge of the history and theory of Complementary Therapies. The course will be a mix of basic theory and practical application and will link in to the Museum's traditional Welsh medicine and other collections.  It is intended to be enjoyable, fun and motivating! It is also an excellent introduction to the 10 credit Level 3 Reflexology module, and Anatomy and Physiology module run in the community.​​​​

Dates and times
Wednesdays 15th January 2020 - Wednesday 12th February 2020
10am - 12 noon
Venue: St Fagans National Museum of History

Non-accredited. Select "Complementary Therapies 201920_1" on the enrolment form.

Introduction to Complementary Therapies


Dates and times
Tuesdays 25th February 2020 - Tuesday 24th March 2020
9.15am - 11.15am
Venue: Adamsdown Primary School

​Non-accredited. Select "Complementary Therapies 201920_2" on the enrolment form (Priority will be given to parents/guardians of pupils in the school).

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
Wednesdays 22nd April 2020 - Wednesday 20th May 2020
9.15am - 11.15am
Venue: Adamsdown Primary School

​Non-accredited.

Select 'Introduction to Psychology Adamsdown 201920_3' on the enrolment form. (Priority will be given to parents/guardians of children in the school).