Course Programme for 2022/23
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Access to HE Diploma Taster Evenings
Find out more about our Access Diploma programme and try out the subjects on offer.
Victim or survivor? Language, crime and the media
Explore the words that we use when we talk about crime. through audio, video and written texts.
Exploring Detective Fiction
Explore the nature of the fictional detective in books, television and film.
Understanding Autism and Mental Health
Explore the myths around mental ill health, Autism and neurological difference.
From Westeros to Middle Earth, fantastical fiction is everywhere. We can help you create your own.
Maths Isn't Scary
Improve your confidence with numbers. Take the fear out of maths and you could progress to GCSE.
Explore forensic psychology, serial killer profiling, jury decision making and eyewitness testimony.
Create your own Crime Thriller
Find out what makes crime thrillers so popular and learn how to write your own.
Crime and Deviance: Who are the Criminals?
Learn about why people commit crimes and the complex background to gang violence.
Victims and the Consequences of Crime
Consider the motives behind 'victim blaming' and how fear of crime affects society.
Teenagers: why do they do what they do?
Using ideas from sociology and psychology, examine why teenagers do what they do.
Short courses for adults
We understand that returning to education can sometimes be daunting and therefore we provide short courses in welcoming and informal environments with no expectation of further study. Priority for these courses will be given to those who do not already hold a qualification from a Higher Education Institution.
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Access to Higher Education
Want to study at university but don’t have the qualifications? The Access to HE Diploma is:
- an evening course for adults
- in Chatham and Herne Bay
- only £160 for the two-year programme.
Access to Higher Education Taster Sessions
Find out if Access to Higher Education is for you by coming along to one of our subject taster sessions.
You can study a wide range of subjects including Psychology, Sociology, Biology, English Literature, Creative Writing, Politics and Law.