A Year to Change Course; from Fashion Design to Survival Skills, Politics to Percussion, Keep Up with the Times by Taking a Relevant Course for the Coming Year. by Sarah Richardson LONDON LEARNING

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A Year to Change Course; from Fashion Design to Survival Skills, Politics to Percussion, Keep Up with the Times by Taking a Relevant Course for the Coming Year. by Sarah Richardson LONDON LEARNING


Byline: SARAH RICHARDSON

IN PREPARATION for London Fashion Week (13-17 February), sign up to the Fashion And The City course run by Christie's Education (Wednesdays, 7pm, from 26 January-16 March). The course will look at how London and other cities have developed their own unique style identities through an amalgam of cultural, creative, political and economic factors.

Course directors Rachel Elwes and Melanie Rickey will show how these influences come together and identify the protagonist designers, artists and muses. Participants will look at key designers and groundbreaking fashion with each week of the course. In addition to the lectures, there will be opportunities to handle and study costumes, including designs from Madeleine Vionnet, Vivienne Westwood and John Galliano.

For a more hands-on approach, try Clothes Making For Beginners at Morley College in Waterloo. This project-based course takes a step-bystep approach from choice of pattern to finished article, dealing with a different garment type each term and laying the foundation for future development.

. www.christies.com/education . www.morleycollege.ac.uk WITH political pundits predicting that the Prime Minister will call a General Election for 5 May 2005, be sure you can make an informed decision. The Introduction to Politics at Morley College runs for nine weeks from tomorrow and examines the basic concepts of political thought as well as probing the nature of our administrative systems.

Similarly, Birkbeck University of London's course in Understanding the European Union: Evolution, Politics and Problems could put you in the know ahead of a possible referendum. The European Union has ceased to be an entity that interests only business elites, farmers and Eurosceptics, as debates about the euro, the constitutional treaty or the accession of Turkey demonstrate.

This two-term course seeks to equip participants with the knowledge to engage in a critical and informed way with issues raised by European integration and policy.

Courses start on 13 January and 14 April and cost [pounds sterling]130 ([pounds sterling]65).

Iraq is another country due to have an election this year. This, along with the second Gulf War and the continuing hunt for Osama bin Laden make The City Lit's course on The World after September 11 particularly pertinent. This course will explore American and European foreign policy, conflicts in the Middle East and Kashmir, and the relationship between the West and the Islamic World.

. www.morleycollege.ac.uk . www.bbk.ac.uk . www.citylit.ac.uk WITH Mr Blair set to ban hunting this year, now could be the time to discover what country life is all about. Plumpton College in West Sussex offers a host of short courses for rural virgins as well as providing fulland part-time education and training in a wide range of land-based subjects. Wildlife Walks And Talks, for example, takes place over six halfdays in May and June. These talks are designed for people who want to understand more about their natural surroundings. You will participate in woodland walks, hedgerow dating and stream dipping.

The full fee is [pounds sterling]80.

The One-Day Survival Course, run according to demand, helps you understand basic survival skills that will build your confidence and enhance the outdoor experience. The course focuses on creating a fire, finding water and building shelters, and there are plenty of opportunities to have a go yourself. …

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