11 Jan 2012

Kilchoan Courses for 2012

Pat Glenday at our great local Learning Centre has a fantastic selection of courses lined up for early 2012 - something for everyone.

Course

When

Duration

Fee

*ILA

Basic Bricklaying

Sat - to be confirmed

10.30am – 3.30pm

£5

Basic Woodwork – Vince MacDonald

Sat 21 January

10.30am – 3.30pm

£5

Basket Making – Anna Wright

Wed 1 February

10am – 4pm

£5

Bushcraft Survival Skills – Dan Watson

Sat 31 March

10am – 4pm

£5

Business Planning – Business Gateway

Mon 20 February

9.30am – 4pm

£5

Crofting (SCF Induction Course over 10 evenings)

Wed or Thurs March

5.30pm – 7.30pm

£60*

Yes

Embroidery Project – Anita Boylan

Thur 8 March

2pm – 5pm

£5

First Aid (certificated) – David Preece

Wed 21 March

9am – 5pm

£80*

Yes

Food Hygiene (certificated) – Sally Moore

Wed 25 January

9am – 5pm

£80*

Yes

Gaelic (ULPAN) Part 2 – Gilleasbuig Feargasdan

12 & 13 May

10am – 4pm

£100*

Yes

Improving Computer Skills x 3 – Rich V de P

Thur 12 January

4pm – 6pm

£5

Internet Selling and DIY Websites – Business Gateway

Mon 12 March

9.30am – 4pm

£5

Introducing Floristry – Jennifer Santus

Tues 28 Feb

5.30pm – 7.30pm

£5

Lambing and Sheep Parasites – Paco Pallares

Sat 17 or 24 March

10.30am – 2.30pm

£5

Manicure – Joyce Fraser

Sat 28 January

2pm – 5pm

£5

Photoshop – Andy Lock

Sat 4 February

10am – 3pm

£5

Soap Making – Alex Reis

Fri 10 February

7pm – 9pm

£5

Woodland Coppicing and Crafts – Soily Pete

25 & 26 February

10am – 4pm

£100*

Yes

If you have already booked a place on any of these, you should have had an email from me giving the detailed arrangements. The only exceptions to this are Gaelic and Crofting, and I'll be in touch about both of them soon. If you haven't booked yet, there are still a couple of places left on most courses, so please get in touch with me, asap.

CHAINSAW
I have had a few enquiries recently about running a chainsaw course. The course I want to run includes felling of small trees. It lasts 4 days, it is certificated by Lantra, and it is likely to cost in the region of £450. The college would be able to provide PPE and chainsaws. If you have an ILA you could put it towards the cost of the course. If you think you might be interested in doing the chainsaw course, please let me know asap.

Call Pat Glenday on 01397 874260 or 01972 510354, or email pat.glenday@whc.uhi.ac.uk

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