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New Year, New Courses at Moreton
Come along to the Moreton Area Centre in the New Year and pick up a wide range of new skills, from online shopping tips to writing TV-style scripts.
The Cotswold District Council centre in the High Street will host 11 courses starting in January, which are all run by experienced lecturers from Gloucestershire College (formerly Gloscat). All courses will be held in the centre’s IT room.
The courses, which will run for 4 to 5 weeks, include learning how to write your own television script, complete with witty dialogue and creating genuine characters and plotlines. Another tells you how to get the best out of online shopping channel e-Bay, while several lessons invite you to spruce up your IT skills with courses on web design and IT skills.
The full list of courses on offer are:
- Buying and selling on e-Bay
- Discover History using IT
- ICT Skills 2
- Research your family history
- Web Design
- Writing for Television
- Shopping online
- Starting your own business
- Finance your own small business
- Marketing and promotion
- Writing your own business plan
Places on all courses are limited and will be handed out during two enrolment days at the Moreton Area Centre. The first enrolment day takes place on December 11th from 10am-3pm, while the second enrolment day is on January 3rd (10am-3pm).
For further information about the courses, to find out about course fees or to book a place, please contact the Moreton Area Centre on 01608 650881.
: 01/12/2007 22:06:45
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