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Surrey ACL Autumn Spring 2012/13 - How to Enrol

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Adult & Community Learning • Autumn and Spring 2012/13
How to enrol
By Post
First select your course. There
are nearly 2,000 in this brochure, Please complete both sides of the enrolment form.
so if you need more information Enter your debit, credit or switch card details or
attach a cheque (made payable to Surrey County
to decide which one is right for Council) and post to the relevant centre. If paying
you, either check our website or a benefit claimants’ fee, please enclose proof of
receipt of benefit (see back of enrolment form).
give one of our centres a call.
How to Enrol
If you require confirmation of enrolment, please
enclose a stamped, addressed envelope.
Having chosen your course, you By Fax
can enrol by whichever of the
Please complete both sides of the enrolment form.
methods below is most
Enter your payment card details and fax both sides
convenient for you. Please enrol of the form to the relevant centre. If paying a benefit
claimants’ fee, please also fax proof of receipt of
as early as you can, as places are benefit (see back of enrolment form).
limited and popular courses fill If you are enrolling by post or fax, please assume
that your enrolment has been accepted. If there is a
up quickly.
problem processing your form, we will contact you.
In Person
You can pay with credit or debit card, cheque (made
payable to Surrey County Council) or cash.
The fees listed in this brochure are subsidised
by a grant from the Skills Funding Agency. Not
everyone is eligible for these subsidised fees and
we are required to confirm whether or not you
qualify when you enrol.
If you’re paying a benefit claimants’ fee, please bring
proof of receipt of your benefit with you when you
You will qualify for the subsidised fees if you are
aged 19 years or over and:
enrol (see back of enrolment form).
• have been continuously resident in the United
Kingdom (UK) for at least the three years before
the start of your course; or
• are a national of any European Union (EU) country
or are the spouse, civil partner or child of an EU
national and have been continuously resident in
the European Economic Area (EEA) for at least the
three years before the start of your course.
You can enrol in person at any of our centres.
Maps and opening hours are on pages 6 and 7.
By Phone
Please call the relevant centre and have your credit
or debit card details ready.
Telephone lines can be extremely busy during our
main enrolment periods. If you don’t need to speak
to a member our staff, we recommended that you
post or fax your enrolment form. This will help to
free the telephone lines for those with an enquiry.
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Non-EU residents
If you do not meet the above criteria, you may
have to pay a higher, non-subsidised fee and will
not qualify for our over 61’s or benefit claimants’
discounts. If you think you may fall into this
category, please contact your local centre for more
information and to confirm your fee.
www.surreycc.gov.uk/adultlearning 153
154
To enrol on a course, complete the form on page 153
Refund of Course Fees
Disclaimers
Force Majeure
If a learner decides to withdraw from
a course before a course begins, the
following charges are applied:
Physical Activities
Surrey County Council and its partner
providers shall not be liable to the learners
enrolled on courses to the extent that it is
unable to perform its obligations by reason
of Force Majeure, provided that the Surrey
County Council and its partner providers
shall use all reasonable endeavours to
minimise the effect of the Force Majeure
and to resume performance of its
obligations as soon as practicable.
•
•
•
Up to 8 weeks before course starts, full
refund.
8 weeks to 1 week before the course
starts a ВЈ10.00 cancellation fee will be
charged regardless of course fee.
No refunds will normally be made if
a learner withdraws less than 7 days
before the start of the course.
Once a course has begun, Centre
Managers can only consider refund
requests in exceptional personal or family
circumstances. However, holidays, loss
of interest, new time commitments and
similar domestic changes do not qualify.
If a learner fails to attend a course for more
than four consecutive sessions, Surrey
County Council reserves the right to
withdraw the learner and offer the place to
someone on the waiting list.
Course Cancellation
The length of the course quoted is based
on a minimum number of learners enrolled
and financial viability of the course. If this is
not achieved it may be necessary to:
a) cancel the course before the first class,
and provide learners with a full refund;
or
b) meet for the first class when learners
will be given the opportunity to decide
whether to shorten the course hours for
the same fee, transfer to another course
or request a refund of fees.
In the event of severe weather, we will
provide information on any impact on
our classes by leaving a message on the
enrolment centre telephones. We will
also post notice of any disruptions on our
website.
All learners attending physical education
and associated classes (such as health,
fitness and dance) will be required to
complete a health questionnaire before the
start of a course.
Whilst the information given in this
questionnaire may aid the tutor in the
preparation and delivery of the courses,
neither they nor Surrey County Council or
its partner providers undertake to advise on
any medical condition, or whether any such
condition could be adversely affected as a
result of attending a class.
It is for learners to seek their doctor’s advice
either before or during the course if a
medical problem is indicated or if they are
new to physical exercise.
Insurance
Surrey County Council and its partner
providers cannot accept responsibility for
the loss of or damage to learners’ property.
Learners should ensure that they have
adequate “all risks” insurance cover for any
article belonging to them that they leave
on centre premises and car parks.
Errors
Whilst every effort is made to ensure
the accuracy of the information in this
directory, neither Surrey County Council
nor its partner providers accept liability for
clerical and typographical errors.
Surrey County Council and its partner
providers reserve the right to make
amendments as necessary provided that
these do not materially affect the course.
If, after application for a course has been
accepted, the course is substantially varied
from that described in this publication, the
learner is entitled to withdraw from the
course. In the event of such withdrawal,
an appropriate refund of course fees will
be made.
Surrey County Council and its partner
providers shall endeavour to provide
information for the learners enrolled on
courses as soon as reasonably practicable
after becoming aware of an event of
Force Majeure. The notice shall contain all
relevant information relating to the event
of Force Majeure including the nature and
effect of the Force Majeure, the actions
being taken (or to be taken) to minimise its
effect and an estimated duration.
Surrey County Council and its partner
providers shall take all steps necessary to
minimise the effect of the Force Majeure on
the provision of the courses.
Where Force Majeure has a material effect
on the provision of courses for longer than
four consecutive weeks, Surrey County
Council and its partner providers may
terminate the course being provided.
Important Information
Important Information
�Force Majeure’ means war, civil war, armed
conflict, terrorist attack, governmental
action, fire, flood, severe weather
conditions, pandemic or epidemic or any
other act or matter which notwithstanding
the reasonable diligence and foresight
of Surrey County Council and its partner
providers is, beyond their reasonable
control.
How We Use Your Personal Information
The personal information you provide is passed to the Chief Executive of Skills Funding (“the Agency”) and, when needed, the Department for
Education, including the Education Funding Agency to meet legal responsibilities under the Apprenticeships, Skills, Children and Learning Act
2009, and for the Agency’s Learning Records Service (LRS) to create and maintain a unique learner number (ULN). The information you provide
may be shared with other partner organisations for purposes relating to education or training.
Further information about use of and access to your personal data, and details of partner organisations are available at:
Funded by
http://skillsfundingagency.bis.gov.uk/privacy.htm
http://www.learningrecordsservice.org.uk/documentlibrary/documents/
Code+of+Practice+for+Sharing+of+Personal+Information.htm
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Adult & Community Learning • Autumn and Spring 2012/13
Index of Courses
Index of Courses
136
Accountancy & Bookkeeping
Antiques
Apple
Arabic
Architecture
Art Appreciation & Art History
Art & Craft
Art - General
Ballet
Ballroom & Latin American
Beadwork
Beauty & Nails
Belly Dance
Bookbinding
Bridge
Business Administration
Calligraphy
Career Development
Chinese
Clock Repair & Horology
Communication
Computing
Counselling
Creative Writing
Dance, Drama & Exercise
Dance Inspired Fitness
Dance Inspired Fitness
Digital Imaging
Drawing & Painting
Family History
Flowers & Floristry
Food Hygiene
French
Furniture Restoration
Garment Making
General Exercise
Gentle Exercise
German
Golf
Greek
Healthy Living & Independence Skills
History
ICT
Interior Design
78
78
73
95
78
29
129
29
112
113
48
84
114
49
118
79
30
80
95
49
130
71
80
80
131
115
120
74
31
81
51
68
96
52
50
120
121
99
122
100
132
82
133
53
Internet & World Wide Web
Italian
Japanese
Jewellery & Silverwork
Lacemaking
Learning Difficulties
Learn to Dance at Weddings
Life & Portrait
Lipreading
Mail Merge
Mental Health and Wellbeing
Mosaics
Mount Cutting & Picture Framing
Needlecraft
Neuro-Linguistic Programming
Nutrition
Over 50s
Photography
Physical Disability
Pilates
Polish
Portuguese
Pottery
Print Making
Psychology
Russian
Sculpture
Sign Language
Soft Furnishing
Spanish
Spreadsheets
Stained Glass
Supported Learning
Tai Chi
Tap Dancing
Tea Dance
Textiles
Upholstery
Watercolour Painting
Wine Appreciation
Woodcarving
Word Processing
Yoga
ZUMBAВ®
74
101
104
53
54
128
116
38
84
76
134
55
57
56
85
68
121
40
135
122
104
105
42
42
85
105
45
87
57
105
76
58
128
124
116
117
59
59
37
68
45
77
125
126
Do you want recognition
for your learning?
Would you like to improve your
performance at work or increase your
confidence and skills to help find a job?
If so, give us a call and
we may be able to help.
We are now offering accredited units of study. These
enable you to achieve credits, either for individual topics
or multiple units, that combine to form full qualifications
at various levels. We will also be offering GCSE
qualifications in some key subjects.
And if you are unemployed, or are on a low income and
receiving benefits you may qualify for free tuition and
may not have to pay exam entry fees.
Summer for You
A selection of one and two day summer workshops
in adult learning centres this July and August.
Choose from art, craft, computing,
languages, bridge, exercise, dance,
cookery, psychology and more...
Contact your local centre for
more information.
Molesey
01932 794554
Farnham
01483 518558
Sunbury
01932 794514
Guildford
01483 518528
Woking
01483 518568
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Camberley
01932 794524
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