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Night Course A Level Photography


wotashot 11 2.2k
9 May 2006 11:14PM
Anybody out there got a spare minute or two?

I'm looking to do an A Level in Photography but I work 8-5 so it must be in the evenings.

I've looked on my Local college's website but they only seem to have full or part time courses.

Where is the next best place to look? I want to get a price quoted and some times sorted out.

The reason I want it is: There is a course that I would eventually like to do at another college/university type place but they require an A Level (just the one) as part of the entry requirements so I figured it was a good idea to squeeze on in now. Also its something to keep me off the streets Wink

Any help is appreciated,

Jamie

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sillyconguru 10 4.4k
9 May 2006 11:22PM

Quote:I've looked on my Local college's website but they only seem to have full or part time courses.


What heading do you think an evening course would come under, apart from part-time?

Grin
wotashot 11 2.2k
9 May 2006 11:25PM
Evening Courses?

Either way there aren't any evening courses that I can see!

Cheers Silly Wink
sillyconguru 10 4.4k
9 May 2006 11:28PM
Why A-level, can't you do something else (C&G for example)?

You'd be out of your depth though, you'd have to shoot film Grin

Prices? Going by the amount my local college charged for C&G3, 280 per year.
wotashot 11 2.2k
9 May 2006 11:51PM

Quote:Why A-level, can't you do something else (C&G for example)?



Quote:The reason I want it is: There is a course that I would eventually like to do at another college/university type place but they require an A Level (just the one) as part of the entry requirements so I figured it was a good idea to squeeze on in now. Also its something to keep me off the streets Wink



They wont accept anything else.

Ive emailed the college to ask if they can point me in the right direction but so far no luck,

Jamie
sillyconguru 10 4.4k
9 May 2006 11:58PM

Quote:They wont accept anything else.


The entry requirement should be a guide, not an absolute. An equivalent qualification should suffice.

What course are you thinking of doing at college/university?
wotashot 11 2.2k
10 May 2006 12:02AM
Its the NCTJ course at sheffield's Norton College

EDIT: and while your here - where can I get my car radio decoded free?
whipspeed e2
10 4.1k 22 United Kingdom
10 May 2006 12:03AM
Where are you based Jamie, I know my local college does an evening course for A level & the times for their courses are usually 7 - 9,
wotashot 11 2.2k
10 May 2006 12:04AM
South Yorkshire
whipspeed e2
10 4.1k 22 United Kingdom
10 May 2006 12:05AM
Ah! Bit far away, I'm in Northamptonshire.
wotashot 11 2.2k
10 May 2006 12:11AM
no worries. But if anyone thinks of anything please drop me a PM or something here.

And if i can hijack my own thread.....


Where can I decode my radio for free? Surely there's some free software out there for doing it?

Jamie
sillyconguru 10 4.4k
10 May 2006 12:12AM

Quote:Its the NCTJ course at sheffield's Norton College



Thinking about it, maybe it would be best if you did A-level English. You'd know that the word "Sheffield" requires a capital letter then. Grin



Quote:Where can I decode my radio for free?


Have you looked in you service documents? Sometimes people write the number in the service book (possibly even disguising it as part of a phone number). Won't the local main-dealer supply the code for free?
wotashot 11 2.2k
10 May 2006 12:15AM
sheffield doesn't need a capital S (you've never been to sheffield have you?)

Not in the service book at all and the main dealer will supply it for free (plus an 11.75 administration fee)

Someone told me you can get it done on the net for newt,

Jamie
sillyconguru 10 4.4k
10 May 2006 12:19AM

Quote:the main dealer will supply it for free (plus an 11.75 administration fee)


He-he, "free + admin charge". Yeah, that's free Grin

11.75? You tight-ar5e! FFS, just pay it.
10 May 2006 12:20AM

Quote:Someone told me you can get it done on the net for newt,


Only if you live in Frog Pool, Worcs. Smile

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