Workers' Educational Association Ruislip and Uxbridge Branch
The Ruislip and Uxbridge Branch hold all of its courses at the Compass Theatre. There is free parking and disabled access. No qualifications or prior knowledge are required to attend any of the WEA courses and new students are always welcomed to the friendly classes.
The proposed charges from September 2014 will remain unchanged at £3.95 per hour.
Courses are free to students on production of evidence of entitlement to certain means tested benefits. The first class of any course may be attended free of charge without any obligation. So why not come along in September to the Compass Theatre and try the following courses for yourself?
An outline of the full course programme for the 2014/2015 learning year are shown below. All of the classes are held in the daytime.
Courses starting in September 2014
Literature Introducing Shakespeare
Mondays 1030 - 1230, from 22 September to 8 December 2014, over 11 sessions (22 hours). Fee £86.90
Art History Ten Significant Moments in Art
Tuesdays 1400 – 1600, from 23 September 2014 to 24 March 2015, over 22 sessions (45 hours). Fee £177.75
Current Affairs What is Going On? Contemporary News Issues
Wednesdays 1030 – 1230, from 24 September 2014 to 25 March 2015, over 22 sessions (45 hours). Fee £177.75
Political History Britain and Europe Between the Wars
Fridays 1030 – 1230, from 26 September 2014 to 27 March 2015, over 22 sessions (45 hours). Fee £177.75
Sociology An Introduction to How Society Works
Fridays 1330 – 1530, from 26 September to 12 December 2014, over 11 sessions (22 hours). Fee £86.90
Courses starting in January 2015
Philosophy Know your Philosophy: From Athens to Christendom
Mondays 1400 – 1600, from 12 January to 30 March 2015, over 11 sessions (22 hours). Fee £86.90
Courses starting in April 2015
History Walks London Old and New
Tuesdays 1030 – 1230, from 28 April to 16 June 2015, over 7 sessions (14 hours). Fee £55.30
Lecture Supper Evening
The WEA Lecture Supper Evening has been arranged for Saturday 15 November at the Village Hall in Ickenham starting at 1800. This year the after-supper lecture will be given by the journalist and TV presenter Raymond Snoddy, who is an Ickenham resident.
Please put a note in your diary - it promises to be a very special evening!
Caroline Field, Branch Chairman 01923 824922
Sheila Jones-Owen, Class Organiser 01895 633888
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