The courses have start dates throughout February, March and
April and last for between one day and five weeks. The first course
to start is Floristry for Beginners starting on Monday 24
For fifteen pounds, the public will be able to learn how to create
a website for a small business, pick up tips on celebrity make-up
and gain an introduction to becoming a beauty therapist or
Helen Norris, Schools and Community Leader for Northumberland
College, said: "The Bitesize courses offer a great opportunity for
local people to access training at an introductory level that might
help them change career direction, progress to other training, get
back into work or simply find a new interest."
The courses will be run at Northumberland College's main centre on
Adams Drive, Spittal, Construction centre at Ramparts business park
and The Graduate Hair and Beauty salon in the town centre.
Northumberland College was graded 'Good' by Ofsted last year for
teaching and learning and the college's success rates place them in
the top 10% of colleges in England.
To find out more about all of the new courses starting in Berwick
this spring call 01289 302446, email firstname.lastname@example.org,
drop into the Berwick Centre on Adams Drive, Spittal
Berwick Bitesize course leaflet.