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Course/ ActivityDate & TimeLength of course/ Cost
Introduction to Digital Photography Introduction to manual settings available upon the camera and how to use those settings. Learning about your own camera, DSLR, compact camera and camera phone. Discovering framing and composition techniques. Developing a basic knowledge of different lighting and how to use it successfully in photography. Discover differences in photography subjects. Memory card, battery, camera and photographer health and safety and self-care. Learning about the camera in order to take the photographs that you want to capture and not the photographs that the camera wants to capture by leaving it in automatic.Monday 22 June, 2020 1.00pm – 3.30pm Contact Jackie Croft on 0151 443 2067 07825 677 1316 Week course   *FREE*  
Introduction to Crochet Skills Learn how to crochet the basic stitches and how to make a selection of small projects with those stitches. Develop an understanding of the types of yarn and hooks you can use.  Learn to read and follow crochet patterns, instructions and symbols.Tuesday 16 June, 2020 pm – 3.30 pm Contact Jackie Croft on 0151 443 2067 07825 677 1316 Week course   *FREE*
Technical and Creative Developments in Photography Learn about the differences within the manual settings available on the digital camera. Exploring photography within the areas of macro photography, abstract photography, creative photography, perspective photography, toy photography and movement photography. Also using the editing app SnapSeed to alter the appearance of digital photographs before they are used to be posted online on social media (This editing delivery has been tested already with some learners and there has been a successful outcome, it’s far easier than trying to understand Adobe). This course is designed for learners who have some previous knowledge of photography.Tuesday 23 June, 2020 1.00 pm – 3.30 pm Contact Jackie Croft on 0151 443 2067 07825 677 131    6 Week course   *FREE*
Introduction to Monochrome Photography The dos and don’ts of black and white photography, technical settings used in photography, framing techniques, lighting techniques used in black and white photography. The different subjects in black and white photography and the visual impacts those photographs have upon their viewers. A basic introduction to the history of black and white photography. The differences between camera and editing black and white and how they compare to one another. This course is designed for learners of all abilities either new to photography or learners with some knowledge.  Thursday 25 June, 2020 1.00 pm – 3.30pm Contact Jackie Croft on 0151 443 2067 07825 677 131  6 Week course   *FREE*  
Picture Perfect Portraits Introduction to taking the best quality selfie, discovering techniques for group and individual portraits, posing techniques, lighting techniques, camera angles, SnapSeed editing for portrait photography, communication techniques between the photographer and model, health and safety and the dos and don’ts of portrait photography.Wednesday 24 June, 2020 1.00 pm – 3.30 pm Contact Jackie Croft on 0151 443 2067 07825 677 131  6 Week course   *FREE*
Introduction to Floristry Start date Thursday 18th June 1.00 to 3.30 for 6 weeks This practical course will enable Learners to use a variety of Floristry and flower arranging skills & techniques to create a number of designs used for a range of different occasions. They will also be encouraged to use a variety of different materials whilst creating these designs. Learners will gain a basic knowledge & understanding of the Floristry industry/sector.Thursday 18 June, 2020 pm – 3.30 pm Contact Jackie Croft on 0151 443 2067 07825 677 131  6 Week course   *FREE*
Introduction to Digital Photography Introduction to manual settings available upon the camera and how to use those settings. Learning about your own camera, DSLR, compact camera and camera phone. Discovering framing and composition techniques. Developing a basic knowledge of different lighting and how to use it successfully in photography. Discover differences in photography subjects. Memory card, battery, camera and photographer health and safety and self-care. Learning about the camera in order to take the photographs that you want to capture and not the photographs that the camera wants to capture by leaving it in automatic.Monday 22 June, 2020 1.00 pm – 3.30pm Contact Jackie Croft on 0151 443 2067 07825 677 131  6 Week course   *FREE*  
Introduction to Crochet Skills Learn how to crochet the basic stitches and how to make a selection of small projects with those stitches. Develop an understanding of the types of yarn and hooks you can use.  Learn to read and follow crochet patterns, instructions and symbols.Tuesday 16 June, 2020 pm – 3.30 pm Contact Jackie Croft on 0151 443 2067 07825 677 1316 Week course   *FREE*
Technical and Creative Developments in Photography Learn about the differences within the manual settings available on the digital camera. Exploring photography within the areas of macro photography, abstract photography, creative photography, perspective photography, toy photography and movement photography. Also using the editing app SnapSeed to alter the appearance of digital photographs before they are used to be posted online on social media (This editing delivery has been tested already with some learners and there has been a successful outcome, it’s far easier than trying to understand Adobe). This course is designed for learners who have some previous knowledge of photography.  Tuesday 23 June, 2020 1.00 pm – 3.30 pm Contact Jackie Croft on 0151 443 2067 07825 677 131  6 Week course   *FREE*
Introduction to ICT Introduction to ICT is ideal for learners wishing to develop practical, transferable skills in ICT in order to work confidently, effectively and independently in life.Various Days and Times For further information please call Michelle on 0151 443 5389  6 Week course *FREE*  
Introduction to Functional Skills English The Introduction to Functional Skills English course is to prepare the learner to undertake a full Functional Skills qualification to prepare them for work, study and life. Learners who achieve this qualification will demonstrate the ability to read, write, speak, listen and communicate in English. Learners will be able to apply these skills effectively to a range of purposes in the workplace and in real life situations.  Various Days and Times For further information please call Michelle on 0151 443 5389  6 Week course   *FREE*
Introduction to Functional Skills Maths The Introduction to Functional Skills Mathematics is to prepare you for a formal qualification which helps you demonstrate both mathematical skills at the appropriate level and the ability to apply mathematical thinking effectively to solve problems successfully in the workplace and in other real life situations.Various Days and Times   For further information please call Michelle on 0151 443 5389  6 Week course   *FREE*
Remote Digital Drop In Do you need help to set up or manage your Universal Credit account, carry out job searches, complete forms online, access the Property Pool or set up and manage an email account?  Whatever your ICT need, a remote digital drop in session is available to help you.Various Days and Times   For further information please call Michelle on 0151 443 5389      *FREE*
Family Learning The Family Learning Service have been providing opportunities for families in Knowsley for more than 20 years. We know this is a particularly stressful and difficult time for many parents, but we are here to help. We can’t run our normal courses and activities at present, so we are developing new ways to support families.  If you’d like to find out more about the support and opportunities we can offer you, give us a call on 07717 727592        Telephone: 07717 727592        *FREE*
Facial and Thermal Auricular Therapy (Hopi ear candles) Over the six week course you will learn how to take care of your own skin and how to change the application and carry out a treatment on a client, what are the best products to use and when to use each product to get the best result.  You will learn how to use the Hopi ear candles in the correct manner to prevent causing injury to the ear and to create a vacuum suction to remove excess wax and dirt trapped in the ear.  You will work practically at home on self and people we live with to perfect the treatments and feel confident in applying them. You will cover health and safety and the requirements that keep ourselves and any clients we work on safe. We will cover the structure of the skin and ear with their functions.  The bones and muscles of the face and the chest area.   Course start date Friday 19th June 2.00 to 4.30 for 6 weeks Contact Jackie Croft on 0151 443 2067 07825 677 131            *FREE*
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