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Creative Writing- Develop a Project - Online Live - 50% off*

Price:
£90.00
Starts:
13/06/2022
Day of week:
MON
Ends:
11/07/2022
Location:
Delivered online
Level:
Level 1
Time:
19:00 - 21:00
Duration:
5 weeks

This course has started, but it may still be possible to join it. Please call 03000 41 22 22* and ask to be put through to the Centre where the course is running

Online Live - Creative writing

This course will help you organise your writing project and progress further with your writing.
Being online will allow you to share with writers from other parts of the county.

We're celebrating the Jubilee with a MASSIVE 50% off* selected courses. Enter code JUBILEE2022 at checkout to receive 50% off this course. (*Terms and conditions apply)

Terms & Conditions

Who is the tutor?

About the Tutor: Charlie Bell

Charlie runs his own writing and tutoring business from a shed at the top of his garden. He has an MA in 'Language, The Arts and Education' specialising in Creative Writing. He loves working in community settings and runs various workshops. He supports this by his membership of Lapidus, an organisation linking wellbeing with writing, and NAWE, the National Association of Writers in Education.

Charlie has published several local history books and also co-wrote and edited a series of 25 books for Hodder & Stoughton in their 'Beginners Guide to Literature' series as well as writing 'The Complete Writing Course' for the Regent Academy. Recently he has been published in several poetry anthologies, the latest being ‘Reconsider the Collection’ published by Tunbridge Wells Museum and ‘Links in the Chain’ published by Roundel. Some of his work was exhibited in 2017 at Trinity Arts in an exhibition by the arts collective Fractals. He performs locally and had his first one-man show called ‘Selfie’ in April 2017.

View all courses taught by Charlie Bell here

How will I be taught?

Through writing exercises and study of literary examples, you will practise writing skills and experiment with breaking pre-conceived notions of ‘rules’ in writing. You will take part in discussions with others including giving constructive feedback on their work. A safe and supportive learning environment will be created which will will enable you to give and receive feedback about your writing. Initial assessment will be carried out at the beginning of the course to assess individual skill level. Each student's starting point will be recorded on an Individual Learning Plan (ILP) and targets will be set. This will be revisited from time to time during the course to monitor and record progress

What do I need to have with me?

The minimum requirement is pen and paper. To get more from the course, access to a computer and printer is useful.

What can I do next?

Your tutor will be willing to discuss options with you.
If you are interested in other subjects, please ask at Reception or visit www.kentadulteducation.co.uk

What do I need to join the course

Attendance at previous writing courses (such as Creative Writing for All) is recommended. You will need to have at least Level 1 English and to enjoy reading other authors' work.

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If you require any information about joining this online course then please call 03000 41 22 22* and quote the Course Code ONL/118102/K/LC.