Creative Writing - Next Step

Take Creative writers further into the writing process enabling them to focus on distinct aspects of their writing and explore new writing challenges. Writer will be looking at individual areas of their work in order to improve and experiment with technique and evaluate their own success.

Five Reasons to Study this Course at Chichester

  1. 1. Develop new skills and techniques

  2. 2. Meet new friends in a safe enviroment

  3. 3. Good range of facilities and services

  4. 4. Appropriate classroom/workshop

  5. 5. Course is structured and well managed with helpful feedback

What will I Study?

You may expect to deal with individual writing topics and problems such as creating realistic dialogue, making characters 3 dimensional, improving self editing, different plot line techniques, writing realistic scenes. We will also explore different genres and types of writing such as short articles and research pieces.

How will I be Taught?

One to one tuition within the group Individual/group discussion/evaluations of the practical work achieved

How will I be Assessed?

Continuous classroom assessment based on Recognising and Recording Progress and Achievement (RARPA)

What our students say?

99% of our students felt they made the right decision on choosing Chichester College to study on our Adult and Community Learning courses.

  • Course type

    Part Time

    Part-time
  • Qualification

    Creative Writing - Next Step

  • Awarding Body

    n/a

  • Level

    X

Where next?

Find an agent or start sending out work and be ready to take a few knockbacks before you find success.

Entry Requirements

Anyone who enjoys creative writing but wants to hone their skill a little further.

Your course options

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Price Guide
ADE758CE1B Chichester Campus 10 weeks, 2 hours per week 13 January 2015 £94  Buy Now 

Notes

The prices shown are for home students only. Fee information for international students is available in the International section.

Where the course is for more than one year, the price shown is for the first year only (except for NVQs) and prices for subsequent years will be published when available.
Students who are under 19 on 31st August in the academic year in which they start their course, will be exempt from tuition fees on the majority of courses.

The College reserves the right to withdraw courses, limit recruitment and where necessary make significant changes to fees payable dependent on the number of students enrolled for a course or due to changes in legislation. For more information ring Admissions on 01243 786321 for advice.