Learning for Interest

Computers for Beginners

Who is this course for?

This course is suitable for learners with no or very little experience of using a computer and using the Internet, but who would like to get started.

What entry requirements do I need to start the course?

There are no entry requirements for this course.

What will the course cover?

  • Switching on, closing down and re-starting the computer
  • Using the computer mouse and keyboard confidently
  • Creating and formatting a document on Microsoft Word
  • Saving and organising your work on the desktop
  • Using a printer
  • Using the internet to source information effectively, including online shopping, the news and searching for holidays
  • Learning how to keep yourself safe online (e-safety)
  • Introduction to social media
  • Introduction to Emails

What could I do when I have finished this course?

After this course has finished you may like to progress to a related course, such as ICT Functional Skills.

Where and when will I learn?

This course begins on Monday 14th May. It will run for the following consecutive 6 weeks (excluding bank holidays) on a Monday evening, 6pm - 8pm at the Coleridge Centre in Skerne Park.

What should I bring with me?

Please bring a pen and notepad.

How much will the course cost?

Course fees are £36 for the 6 weeks.

What shall I do next?

For further information, or to book a place, please contact the Learning & Skills team on (01325) 405601, text us on 07932 869325 or email l&s@darlington.gov.uk.

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Digital Photography

Who is this course for?

This course is for beginners who want to know more about the technical aspects of their camera and the artistic side of photography.

What entry requirements do I need to start the course?

You must have a digital camera, cable or card reader, batteries and memory card. Otherwise, you do not need any experience with digital photography.

What will the course cover?

Each week, we will focus on different skills.  The course covers:

  • Components of a camera
  • Composition of an image
  • Flash modes
  • Shooting modes
  • Reviewing and deleting
  • Timer
  • Downloading to PC
  • Manual exposure
  • Portraiture
  • Group shots
  • Abstract

Please note, this course does not cover Photoshop.

The course will involve in-depth demonstration of techniques, explanations about functions and hands-on instruction with your own camera.

Sessions will often include field trips to local points of interest in order to make practical use of your new skills.

During the course you will need to bring all equipment listed above plus any additional items you may wish to use, such as tripods, gorilla pods etc. It is highly recommended that you bring your manual and spare, fully charged batteries and a spare empty memory card. 

What could I do when I have finished this course?

Photoshop is a natural progression route from this course, learning to make alterations and improvements to photographs you have taken.

Where and when will I learn?

This course will run for 2 hours, one morning per week at Crown Street Library, Darlington.

What should I bring with me?

  • A digital camera
  • Cable or card reader (preferably both)
  • Batteries
  • Memory card
  • Throughout the course you will be asked to bring items to be photographed:
  • Small detailed items
  • Something which moves quickly
  • Items relating to hobbies or interests

How much will the course cost?

Course fees for the 8 week course are £48.

What shall I do next?

For further information, or to book a place, please contact the Learning & Skills team on (01325) 405601, text us on 07932 869325 or email l&s@darlington.gov.uk.

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Summer Cookery

Who is this course for?

This seven week course is suitable for those new to cookery and also those with some experience. The theme is summer cookery, with sweet and savoury recipes using seasonal fruit and vegetables where possible.

What entry requirements do I need to start the course?

There are no entry requirements for this course, only the enthusiasm to learn and develop skills in cookery in a relaxed, friendly environment.

What will the course cover?

Each week we will focus on different themes and skills. There will be a variety of skills you may choose from, with suggestions and alternative ideas on the ingredients where required. We will look at the choice of ingredients, food preparation, cookery methods and equipment.

The course will include:

  • Soups and bread
  • Savoury pastry dishes – koulibiac and plaits
  • Thai fishcakes and curry
  • Summer pudding, cheesecake and cold soufflé
  • Baked vegetables with homemade stuffing
  • French flan and Choux pastry
  • Stroganoff and stir fry
  • Meat and chicken dishes for summer main meals.
  • Becoming more confident with your cookery skills
  • Gaining knowledge of basic food hygiene and safety in the kitchen

The course will include a demonstration of key skills at the beginning of each session and the rest of the evening will be practical work for learners. On the first evening there will be a welcome, induction and discussion of individual goals and then a demonstration, followed by the first practical session – soups and bread (recipes will be forwarded in advance).

At the end of each session a recipe sheet will be handed out for the following week.

You will be required to complete an individual learning plan with the targets you wish to achieve during the 7 weeks and keep a record of the dishes you have cooked each week.

What will I need to bring?

Please bring a pen to record your progress each week and make any additional notes.

During the course you will need to bring all cooking ingredients, serving dishes, containers to take the food home, plus a tea towel, apron and oven gloves. It is essential that an apron is worn and long hair tied back. Cooking equipment and washing up equipment will be provided. 

A relaxed, informal atmosphere is encouraged, with some flexibility over which dishes or skills each learner chooses to prepare. You can choose the foods and skills that are most suitable to you.

What could I do when I have finished this course?

After this course has finished you may like to progress to a related course, such as Best of British Baking, Christmas Baking or Good Home Cooking.

Where and when will I learn?

This course will run one evening a week (Tuesday) for 3 hours: 6pm – 9pm, at Hummersknott Academy, Darlington.

How much will the course cost?

Course fees are £63 for the 7 weeks.

What shall I do next?

For further information, or to book a place, please contact the Learning & Skills team on (01325) 405601, text us on 07932 869325 or email l&s@darlington.gov.uk

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Taste of India Cookery Course

Who is this course for?

This course is suitable for learners who would like to master the skills of Indian cooking and learn how to make simple dishes from scratch.

What entry requirements do I need to join the club?

There are no entry requirements for the course only the enthusiasm to learn in a fun and friendly environment.

What will the course cover?

You will learn how to:

  • Make a variety of different Indian starters and nibbles
  • Make batter mixes for Pakoras
  • Make the base gravy sauce for curries
  • Cook different curries from scratch
  • How to cook pilau rice
  • How to make a naan bread and chapatti

On the first evening there will be a group induction and we will look at making starters and nibbles such as Onion Bhajis, Chicken Pakora and Samosas. It is recommended to make a minimum of 2 starters if you are a beginner and a minimum of 3 if you have experience of cooking.

Please note that Learning & Skills requires sufficient learner numbers to start a class and may be subject to cancellation.

What else could I progress to?

If you enjoy developing your cookery skills, you may like to try other cookery courses delivered by Learning & Skills such as Cookery for Entertaining.

What will I need to bring?

You will be sent recipe sheets one week before the course starts.

Please bring a pen and note pad to make any additional notes each week.

You will also need to bring all cooking ingredients, serving dishes, containers to take the food home, plus a tea towel, apron and oven gloves. It is essential that an apron is worn and long hair tied back.

Where and when will I learn?

The course will run one evening a week (Wednesdays) for 3 weeks: 6pm – 9pm at Hummersknott Academy, Darlington.

How much will the course cost?

Course fees are £27 for the 3 weeks.

What shall I do next?

For further information, or to book a place, please contact the Learning & Skills team on (01325) 405601, text us on 07932 869325 or email l&s@darlington.gov.uk.

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Beginners Cake Decorating

Who is this course for?

This course is for anyone who is interested in developing skills in cake decorating.

What entry requirements do I need to start the course?

There are no entry requirements for this course, only the enthusiasm to learn about cake decorating in a fun, friendly environment and a willingness to have a go.

What will the course cover?

You will learn how to:

  • Create a primrose flowerpot cupcake
  • Prepare buttercream and pipe flowers using a range of nozzles
  • Decorate a carrot cake with flowerpaste models
  • Use the art of sugarcraft to make decorations for a celebration cake

You will be required to complete an individual learning plan with the targets you wish to achieve during the 4 weeks.

What could I do when I have finished this course?

After this course has finished you may like to progress to the Intermediate Cake Decorating course, or the ‘How to set up a Cake Business’ course.

Where and when will I learn?

This course will run one evening a week 6pm - 9pm at Hummersknott Academy, for 4 weeks starting Wednesday, 6th June until 27th June.

What should I bring with me?

From the second week of the course, you will need to provide your own ingredients. In the first week of the course, the tutor will advise on the ingredients to bring for future weeks.

During the course you will also need to bring containers to take your cake(s) home and a tea towel and apron. It is essential that an apron is worn and long hair tied back. Please wear flat, sensible enclosed shoes. Cooking equipment and washing up equipment will be provided. 

A relaxed, informal atmosphere is encouraged, with some flexibility over which cakes each learner chooses to decorate. You can choose the decorations and skills that are most suitable to you.

How much will the course cost?

Course fees are £36 for the 4 weeks.

What shall I do next?

For further information, or to book a place, please contact the Learning & Skills team on (01325) 405601, text us on 07932 869325 or email l&s@darlington.gov.uk

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French Conversation

Who is this course for?

This course is for learners who would like to develop further French language skills and understanding of the culture and daily life in French speaking countries.

What entry requirements do I need to start the course?

For this course, learners will need some prior knowledge of French at upper beginner to intermediate level, but mainly learners with enthusiasm to speak French from the first lesson and learn in a fun, supportive and interactive environment.

What will the course cover?

Learning & Skills is a great place to learn French, have fun and make new friends.

Our French classes are small to ensure that you get the highest level of attention from your tutor. The classes are interactive and are taught in a communicative way, including vocabulary, grammar and pronunciation with speaking, listening, reading and writing activities.

Our sessions are focused on practicing speaking and communicating through role play, conversations in groups or pairs, games, videos and music. You will also become familiar with the use of grammar and use of past, present and future tense in practical contexts such as talking about holidays, describing events, making reservations etc.

Most of all, you will learn new French expressions and phrases to support your French travels and help you make the most of your holidays! 

The minimum number of learners for the course is 8. Please note Learning & Skills requires sufficient learner numbers to start a class and it may be subject to cancellation.

What could I do when I have finished this course?

Further progression French courses will be developed to meet the needs of our learners. In addition, if you enjoy developing your language skills, you may like to try another language, such as Italian, Spanish or Arabic.

Where and when will I learn?

Sessions will run on Tuesday evening for 5 weeks at Hummersknott Academy 6pm – 8.30pm.

What should I bring with me?

Please bring note paper and a pen.

How much will the course cost?

Course fees are £37.50 for the 5 weeks.

What shall I do next?

For further information, or to book a place, please contact the Learning & Skills team on (01325) 405601, text us on 07932 869325 or email l&s@darlington.gov.uk. 

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Holiday French

Who is this course for?

This course is for anyone who would like to learn to speak basic words and phrases in French to support their French holiday.

What entry requirements do I need to start the course?

There are no entry requirements for this course; you only need enthusiasm to have a go at developing your basic French speaking to help you make the most of your holidays.

What will the course cover?

This 5-week course enables learners to communicate in everyday situations using simple, useful phrases and easy vocabulary to help get the most out of your French holiday. You will broaden your knowledge of French language as well as aspects of French life and culture.  The course includes:

  • Meeting and greeting people, introducing yourself, giving background information about yourself  
  • At the café / restaurant: ordering food and drinks and understanding menus
  • At the local market and supermarket: shopping for food, product names, quantities, weights and currency
  • Asking and giving directions – identifying public places and signage, describing distances and time
  • At the hotel or campsite: finding out about / booking accommodation and facilities and checking in

What could I do when I have finished this course?

After you have completed this course, you will be ready to progress to Beginners French.

Where and when will I learn?

This is a 5-week course, with each session lasting two and a half hours.  It will run one evening a week at Hummersknott Academy, Darlington.

What should I bring with me?

Please bring pens, notepads, an A4 folder and the will to learn and communicate in French!

How much will the course cost?

Course fees are £37.50 for the 5 weeks.

What shall I do next?

For further information, or to book a place, please contact the Learning & Skills team on (01325) 405601, text us on 07932 869325 or email l&s@darlington.gov.uk.

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Beginners Dressmaking

Who is this course for?

This course is suitable for absolute beginners and those who wish to brush up on their sewing skills. The course is intended to build learner confidence and enable learners to move onto more complex sewing projects.

What entry requirements do I need to start the course?

There are no entry requirements for this course, only the enthusiasm to learn about and develop skills in a variety of sewing techniques in a fun, friendly environment, and a willingness to have a go.

What will the course cover?

The course will introduce learners to the materials, tools and equipment used in sewing. After learning how to operate the sewing machine safely and effectively, the tutor will demonstrate a range of techniques to be applied to a simple sewing project. The techniques will include:

  • Seam finishes to neaten off raw edges
  • French seams, open seams and closed seams
  • Binding
  • Piping
  • Gathering
  • Fastenings
  • Decorative applications e.g. applique, hand sewing embellishments

What could I do when I have finished this course?

After this course has finished you may like to progress to a related course, such as Developing Dressmaking Skills.

Where and when will I learn?

This course will run one evening a week for 2.5 hours over 5 weeks at Hummersknott Academy, Darlington.

What should I bring with me?

  • Half a metre of medium weight calico
  • White polyester sewing thread
  • Fabric scissors
  • Pins
  • Tape measure

How much will the course cost?

Course fees are £37.50 for the 5 weeks.

What shall I do next?

For further information, or to book a place, please contact the Learning & Skills team on (01325) 405601, text us on 07932 869325 or email l&s@darlington.gov.uk.

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Festival of Learning

 

 Decorative Sewing

Who is this course for?

This session is suitable for those who would like to experiment with decorative hand-sewing techniques to produce a surface pattern onto fabric.

What entry requirements do I need to start the course?

There are no entry requirements for this session, only the enthusiasm to learn and develop skills in a variety of sewing techniques in a fun, friendly environment.

What will the course cover?

The session will introduce learners to the materials, tools and equipment used in sewing. The tutor will demonstrate applique and hand sewing techniques using simple fabric shapes. You will have the opportunity to experiment and create your own surface pattern. As you master the techniques you may want to apply the designs to various personal items e.g. baby bibs, cushions bags, garments.

What could I do when I have finished this course?

After this course has finished you may like to progress to a related course, such as Creative Sewing crafts, Dressmaking or Home Furnishings.

Where and when will I learn?

This course will run for one 2 hours session, at Crown Street Library, Darlington.

What should I bring with me?

Materials will be provided but please bring any materials or sewing equipment you may already have. A sharp pair of scissors would be most useful.

How much will the course cost?

The taster session is free.

What shall I do next?

For further information, or to book a place, please contact the Learning & Skills team on (01325) 405601, text us on 07932 869325 or email l&s@darlington.gov.uk.

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Internet Safety

Who is this session for?

This taster session is suitable for those new to the internet in general or anyone who has used it for a while and wishes to ensure they’re doing so safely.

What entry requirements do I need to start the session?

There are no entry requirements for this session, only the enthusiasm to learn and develop skills in ICT in a relaxed, friendly environment.

What will the session cover?

The session will include:

  • Viruses
  • Hackers
  • Online security
  • Passwords
  • Scams
  • Hoaxes
  • Critical thinking

The session will include a discussion of key skills. This will be followed by a Q & A session where learners can raise concerns and have specific issues addressed.

What could I do when I have finished this session?

You may like to progress to ICT Functional Skills.

Where and when will I learn?

This session will run on Tuesday 19th June for 1 hour, 3.30pm – 4.30pm at Crown Street Library.

What should I bring with me?

Please bring a pad and a pen.

How much will the session cost?

The session is free.

What shall I do next?

For further information, or to book a place, please contact the Learning & Skills team on (01325) 405601, text us on 07932 869325 or email l&s@darlington.gov.uk.

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Introduction to Spreadsheets

Who is this session for?

This taster session is suitable for those completely new to spreadsheets or anyone who has previous knowledge and wishes to brush up.

What entry requirements do I need to start the session?

Basic mouse and keyboard skills plus the enthusiasm to learn and develop skills in ICT in a relaxed, friendly environment.

What will the session cover?

The session will include:

  • Orientation
  • Basic data entry
  • Formula
  • Copy and paste
  • Replication
  • Autosum

The session will include a demonstration of key skills. This will be followed by a practical session where learners can have a go hands-on.

What could I do when I have finished this session?

You may like to progress to ICT Functional Skills.

Where and when will I learn?

This session will run on Tuesday 19th June for 1 hour, 4.30pm – 5.30pm at Crown Street Library.

What should I bring with me?

Please bring a pad and a pen.

How much will the session cost?

The session is free.

What shall I do next?

For further information, or to book a place, please contact the Learning & Skills team on (01325) 405601, text us on 07932 869325 or email l&s@darlington.gov.uk.

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Cake Decorating - Festival of Learning

Who is this course for?

This course is for anyone who is interested in developing skills in cake decorating.

What entry requirements do I need to start the course?

There are no entry requirements for this course, only the enthusiasm to learn about cake decorating in a fun, friendly environment and a willingness to have a go.

What will the course cover?

You will learn how to use the art of sugarcraft to make a rainbow unicorn model.

You will be required to complete an individual learning plan with the targets you wish to achieve during the session.

What could I do when I have finished this course?

After this course has finished you may like to progress to the Beginners, Intermediate Cake Decorating course, or the How to set up a Cake Business course.

Where and when will I learn?

This course will run at Crown Street Library on Wednesday, 20th June 1 - 3pm.

What should I bring with me?

Please bring a container to take your model home. It is essential that an apron is worn and long hair tied back. Please wear flat, sensible enclosed shoes. Materials and equipment will be provided. 

How much will the course cost?

The taster session is free.

What shall I do next?

For further information, or to book a place, please contact the Learning & Skills team on (01325) 405601, text us on 07932 869325 or email l&s@darlington.gov.uk.

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Machine and Hand Embroidery

Who is this course for?

This course is suitable for those who would like to develop decorative sewing techniques for their own creative designs.

What entry requirements do I need to start the course?

There are no entry requirements for this session, only the enthusiasm to learn and develop skills in a variety of sewing techniques in a fun, friendly environment.

What will the course cover?

The session will introduce learners to the materials, tools and equipment used in embroidery. The tutor will demonstrate a range of machine and hand embroidery techniques. After learning how to operate the sewing machine safely and effectively learners will have the opportunity to experiment with their own ideas.

What could I do when I have finished this course?

After this course has finished you may like to progress to a related course, such as Creative Sewing Crafts, Dressmaking or Home Furnishings.

Where and when will I learn?

This is a 2 hour workshop to be held at Hummersknott Academy, Darlington.

What should I bring with me?

Some materials will be provided but you will need to bring 50 centimeters of medium weight Calico fabric and a pair of scissors. Please bring any sewing equipment you may already have.

Materials and equipment can be purchased locally at Boyes Stores, The Range or Hobby Craft at Stockton Retail Park.

How much will the course cost?

The taster session is free.

What shall I do next?

For further information, or to book a place, please contact the Learning & Skills team on (01325) 405601, text us on 07932 869325 or email l&s@darlington.gov.uk.

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Creative Sewing

Who is this course for?

This course is suitable for those who would like to experiment with decorative sewing techniques which can be applied at a later stage to a range of items e.g. cushions, bags, baby items, pinafores, garments.

What entry requirements do I need to start the course?

There are no entry requirements for this session, only the enthusiasm to learn and develop skills in a variety of sewing techniques in a fun, friendly environment.

What will the course cover?

The session will introduce learners to the materials, tools and equipment used in sewing. After learning how to operate the sewing machine safely and effectively, you will have the opportunity to create a surface pattern using simple fabric shapes. After mastering the technique you may want to go onto experiment with your own ideas.

What could I do when I have finished this course?

After this course has finished you may like to progress to a related course, such as Creative Sewing crafts, Dressmaking or Home Furnishings.

Where and when will I learn?

This course will run for one 2 hours session at Hummersknott Academy, Darlington.

What should I bring with me?

Materials will be provided during the lesson but please bring any fabric or sewing equipment you may already have. A sharp pair of scissors would be most useful.

How much will the course cost?

The taster session is free.

What shall I do next?

For further information, or to book a place, please contact the Learning & Skills team on (01325) 405601, text us on 07932 869325 or email l&s@darlington.gov.uk.

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Learn how to make a Swiss Roll

Who is this session for?

This taster session is suitable for those new to cookery and also those with some experience. The theme will be making a Swiss roll.

What entry requirements do I need to start the session?

There are no entry requirements for this session, only the enthusiasm to learn and develop skills in cookery in a relaxed, friendly environment.

What will the session cover?

The session will include:

  • Lining a Swiss roll tin
  • Choice of ingredients
  • Whisking method to make the sponge
  • Filling and rolling techniques
  • Making a plain sponge and jam-filled Swiss roll
  • Making a chocolate Swiss roll with a buttercream filling
  • Presentation, serving and tasting
  • Handy hints and tips

The session will include a demonstration of key skills at the beginning of the evening. This will be followed by a practical cookery session when one or two Swiss rolls can be made by learners. Recipes will be forwarded to you in advance.

What will I need to bring?

For the session you will need to bring all cooking ingredients, serving dishes, containers to take the food home, plus a tea towel, apron and oven gloves. It is essential that an apron is worn and long hair tied back. Cooking equipment and washing up equipment will be provided. 

A relaxed, informal atmosphere is encouraged,

What could I do when I have finished this session?

After this session has finished you may like to progress to a related cookery course, such as Best of British Baking, Christmas Baking or Good Home Cooking.

Where and when will I learn?

This session will run on Thursday, 21st June for 3 hours: 6pm – 9pm, at Hummersknott Academy, Darlington.

How much will the session cost?

The session is free, but you will need to bring ingredients to the session.

What shall I do next?

For further information, or to book a place, please contact the Learning & Skills team on (01325) 405601, text us on 07932 869325 or email l&s@darlington.gov.uk.

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Photo Repair Using Photoshop

Who is this session for?

This taster session is suitable for those completely new to the Photoshop or anyone who has a little previous knowledge and wishes to brush up.

What entry requirements do I need to start the session?

Basic mouse and keyboard skills plus the enthusiasm to learn and develop skills in ICT in a relaxed, friendly environment.

What will the session cover?

The session will include:

  • Scanning images
  • Opening images
  • Selecting the correct tools
  • Clone
  • Setting a clone point
  • Blending techniques
  • Smudge

The session will include a demonstration of key skills. This will be followed by a practical session where learners can have ago hands-on.

What could I do when I have finished this session?

You may like to progress to ICT Functional Skills.

Where and when will I learn?

This session will run on Friday, 22nd June for 1 hour, 3.45pm – 4.45pm at Crown Street Library.

What should I bring with me?

Please bring a pad, a pen and a damaged photograph.

How much will the session cost?

The session is free.

What shall I do next?

For further information, or to book a place, please contact the Learning & Skills team on (01325) 405601, text us on 07932 869325 or email l&s@darlington.gov.uk.

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Social Media

Who is this session for?

This taster session is suitable for those completely new to Facebook and Twitter.

What entry requirements do I need to start the session?

There are no entry requirements for this session, only the enthusiasm to learn and develop skills in ICT in a relaxed, friendly environment.

What will the session cover?

The session will include:

  • What is social media?
  • Facebook and Twitter - which is for me?
  • Connecting with family, friends and strangers
  • Promoting a business
  • Privacy
  • Staying safe
  • Hoaxes
  • Critical thinking

The session will include a discussion of key skills. This will be followed by a Q&A session where learners can raise concerns and have specific issues addressed.

What could I do when I have finished this session?

You may like to progress to ICT Functional Skills.

Where and when will I learn?

This session will run on Saturday, 23rd June for 1 hour, 1.30pm – 2.30pm at Crown Street Library.

What will I need to bring?

Please bring a pad and a pen.

How much will the session cost?

The session is free.

What shall I do next?

For further information, or to book a place, please contact the Learning & Skills team on (01325) 405601, text us on 07932 869325 or email l&s@darlington.gov.uk.

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Beginner’s French Taster

Who is this course for?

This course is for anyone who would like to learn to speak basic words and phrases in French to support their French holiday.

What entry requirements do I need to start the course?

There are no entry requirements for this course; you only need enthusiasm to have a go at developing your basic French speaking to help you make the most of your holidays.

What will the course cover?

This is a two-hour taster session that will enable learners to become familiar with useful French phrases. You will broaden your knowledge of the French language as well as aspects of French life and culture.  The course includes:

  • Meeting / greeting people and  introducing yourself
  • At the café / restaurant: ordering food and drinks and understanding menus
  • At the local market and supermarket: shopping for food, product names, quantities, weights and currency
  • Asking and giving directions – identifying public places and signage, describing distances and time

What could I do when I have finished this course?

After you have completed this session, you will be ready to progress to French for beginners.

Where and when will I learn?

This is a one off two-hour session. It will take place on Monday, June at Coleridge Centre Darlington.

What should I bring with me?

Please bring a pens and a notepad and the will to learn and communicate in French!

How much will the course cost?

This taster session is free.

What shall I do next?

For further information, or to book a place, please contact the Learning & Skills team on (01325) 405601, text us on 07932 869325 or email l&s@darlington.gov.uk

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