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Get Teaching English as a Second Language, Romantic Fiction Writing, Scriptwriting - TV, Film, Stage, Radio, Crime Writing, Criminology for Beginners, Criminology Intermediate, Behavioural Therapy, Counselling Skills, Higher Level Teaching Assistant and Rune Divination in this Bundle

1. Teaching English as a Second Language: Learn How To Pass On Your English Skills And Knowledge

The UK has a significant number of visitors and residents whose primary language is not English, resulting in ever-expanding opportunities for teachers of English as a second language. With the growth of English as the international language of business and communication these teachers are now finding themselves stretched to capacity.

This course will enable you to pass on your own skills and knowledge to start your career in this fascinating subject.

2. Romantic Fiction Writing: Indulge your passions and enter the intriguing world of the romance writing

You feel emotions intensely, vibrantly like white light poured through a prism. You write romance stories in your head and in your heart every day. You'd like to write them on paper and see them published. You should and you can - with this course in Romantic Fiction.

So indulge your passions and enter the intriguing world of the romance writer - and enjoy the rich reward of being a published author. All you need is the desire- and the course in Romantic Fiction Writing.

Throughout the course, you'll enjoy the help from your tutor to ensure that you acquire the right style, the right tone and vivid imagery that makes your reader see the setting and feel the atmosphere.

3. Scriptwriting - TV, Film, Stage, Radio: Learn the fundamental skills of multimedia scriptwriting

Big screen, small screen - certainly there's money to be made, there's glamour and fame. But scriptwriting demands more than straightforward writing skills.

Starting with this essential course in Scriptwriting, you will be taught the fundamental skills of writing the feature film script, from the original idea to finished screenplay. You'll learn how to apply your new found skills to every type of television and film script, from comedies to soap operas.

Every part of the course reflects the needs and realities of today's television, film, stage, and radio industries, providing you with insight as well as practical knowledge.

4. Crime Writing: Learn How To Write A Good Detective, Mystery Or Crime Story

Crime can pay! At least it does when you can write a good detective, mystery or crime story. Have you witnessed in recent years the overwhelming number of television shows, motion pictures and novels dealing in crime and the number of hungry fans devouring these stories the moment they are produced? This fast growing industry is both intriguing and rewarding for the author.

Throughout the course you will learn how to research police reports, forensic techniques, crime scenes and you will learn to think like a criminal. This course aims to take you from the spark of an idea through to being a published writer.

5. Criminology for Beginners: Learn The Types Of Criminals, Processing A Scene Of Crime, Profiling Methods

Criminology for Beginners has been written for those who wish either to study criminology for fun or to sample a taster for further study and accreditation. It has been written in easy to follow terms and will enable the student to understand the basics behind Forensics, Autopsies, Types of Criminals, Processing a Scene of Crime, Profiling Methods, and will examine past cases and policing methods as well as Crime and Punishment.

About Criminology

Primarily concentrating on murder cases the student will be able to gather an understanding of how autopsies provide information and clues not just to cause of death but also the life style of the victim and the possible identity of the perpetrator of the crime.

6. Criminology Intermediate: Learn How To Define Crime

The interdisciplinary nature of criminology makes it a difficult term to define. There are several ways of looking at it, which depend on the background of the person by whom it is being defined.

Criminology is knowledge concerning the etiology, prevention, control and treatment of crime and delinquency. This includes the measurement and detection of crime, legislation, and practice of criminal law, as well as the law enforcement, judicial and correctional systems.

In brief, the study of Criminology deals primarily with crime and punishment and our understanding of crime in the social context.

About Our Criminology Course

Throughout this criminology distance learning course you will learn how to define crime, what causes crime and the consequences of crime. You will also consider the UK legislative environment and what impact this has on laws that are passed to mitigate the effects of crime. You will then move on to look at a range of different types of crime.

7. Behavioural Therapy: Learn About Modern Behavioural Therapy

Andrew Salter who founded modern behavioural therapy used conceptions of excitation and inhibition as the basis for treatment of the neurotic. When excitatory forces dominate, people are action-orientated and emotionally free.

They meet life on their own terms. The neurotic, on the other hand, always suffers from an excess of inhibition. Through this course the student will learn how Behavioural Therapy employs mental and physical exercise to build and strengthen the excitatory processes, creating a new balance where they can dominate the brain functioning and overcome problematic behaviour.

8. Counselling Skills: Learn How To Help Individuals Find Their Own Answers

Counselling is essentially a lively, human and personal experience between two people. Therefore, it is a process which requires commitment of time and effort from both parties.

The aim is for the counsellor to help the client find their own answers and to become more in charge of their lives rather than less so; to be able to live their own life rather than be lived by it.

9. Higher Level Teaching Assistant: Progress From The Position Of Teaching Assistant To That Of Higher Level Teaching Assistant

Do you want to progress from the position of Teaching Assistant to that of Higher Level Teaching Assistant? If so, you will need to satisfy an external assessor that you are capable of contributing to the pupils learning at the level set out in the HLTA standards.

This distance learning course is ideal because it has been carefully mapped to those standards and will, therefore, be an invaluable aid in reaching the required criterion and indeed supporting the pupils, teachers, and school as a Higher Level Teaching Assistant

10. Rune Divination: Learn How To Become A Rune Master

It stands to reason that the Runes reveal secrets and should not be taken lightly. Norse mythology informs us that the god, Odin discovered Runes whilst attempting to discover the secrets of life and death. The secrets of Runes are now passed to mankind for his benefit.

This course explains how you can become a Rune Master and how you can become accomplished in this unique method of divination.

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Ultimate Teaching English as a Second Language, 10 Courses includes the following courses, below is a summary of each course: 

Course 1 - Certificate in Teaching English as a Second Language Online Course

Reasons for Learning

  • Why Students want to Learn English
  • Learning a New Language: A Natural and an Unnatural Process
  • The Child’s Learning Environment is Near-Perfect
  • How Does this Relate to Teaching English as a Second Language
  • Advantages of Multilingualism
  • Multilingualism and Communication
  • Ability to communicate in this way
  • Summary

Function of the Teacher

  • Language Attitude
  • A New Approach
  • One-On-One Communication and Interaction
  • Teachers Duties
  • Empathy for Students
  • Summary

The Syllabus

  • Commissioning
  • Planning
  • Rational
  • Practical
  • Standardisation
  • Average
  • Main Features of a Syllabus for students who are wishing to learn English for writing purposes
  • Limitations of a Syllabus for students who are wishing to learn English for writing purposes
  • Main Features of a Syllabus for students who are wishing to acquire English for oral communication purposes
  • Drawbacks of a Syllabus for students who are wishing to acquire English for oral communication purposes
  • How to Create Syllabus
  • Aims of a Language Learning Syllabus
  • Objectives of a Language Learning Syllabus
  • Guidelines to help you decide on how to deal with the subject of grammar

Syllabus in Action

  • Six Main Categories of Spoken Communication
  • Expressing and Discovering Ways of Thinking
  • Giving and Learning Factual Information
  • Expressing and Discovering Ethics
  • Accomplishing Tasks
  • Expressing and Discovering Feelings
  • Interacting Socially
  • Concepts of Properties and Qualities
  • Concepts of Relations
  • Situations that should receive attention in class
  • Specific Topics
  • Summary

Grammar Fundamentals

  • The Importance of Grammar
  • Structure and Style
  • Spelling
  • Punctuation
  • Sentence Structure
  • Verb Tenses
  • Subjects/Verb Agreement
  • Conjunctions
  • Contractions
  • Don’t use double negatives
  • Four Simple Rules of Teaching Grammar
  • Common Errors
  • Structure facts logically
  • How is Grammar Taught

Inspiring Confidence

  • Life in the Classroom
  • Success in Language Learning
  • Cooperation in the Classroom
  • Freedom in the Classroom
  • Function and Selection of Discourse Material
  • Effective Listening Skills
  • What is Role Play
  • Reasons for Using Role Play
  • Drawbacks of Role Play
  • Functional Language for Role Play
  • Summary

Course 2 - Certificate in Romantic Fiction Writing Online Course

ROMANTIC FICTION WRITING

  • Describe and understand the definition of and what constitutes the genre of romantic fiction
  • Outline the different types of romantic fiction
  • Understand how to analyse the target market

LAYING THE FOUNDATIONS

  • Understand the purpose and mechanics of effective plotting
  • Discuss various examples of effective plot elements
  • Understand how to create a plot framework

CHARACTERS

  • Understand the importance of characters and the part they play in effective fiction
  • Describe the process of fleshing out and creating protagonists
  • Describe how to introduce characters in a piece of fiction

DIALOGUE AND EFFECTIVE TECHNIQUES

  • Understand the importance of dialogue in fiction
  • Discuss techniques or mistakes to avoid when using dialogue
  • Describe the process of writing dialogue
  • Understand how to use setting to maximise the effectiveness of dialogue

TENSION, EMOTION AND VIVID IMAGERY

  • Understand how to write vividly, create tension and use emotion
  • Describe how to write an effective ending
  • Explain the process of revision and proofreading

Course 3 - Certificate in Scriptwriting - TV, Film, Stage, Radio Online Course

GETTING STARTED

  • Understand how to scope the content of a script
  • Identify the different styles and mediums for the playwright
  • Describe how to develop the characters
  • Identify the steps of scriptwriting

WRITING FOR RADIO

  • Outline the different ways to write for radio
  • Outline the different ways to write for educational programmes
  • How to characterise the characters for radio

WRITING FOR TELEVISION

  • Understand the importance of establishing a character quickly
  • How to create a character
  • Outline the structure of a drama
  • Understand the formats within the television industry

TELEMOVIES

  • Identify the time allocation required to play out scenes in a script
  • Outline the different types of genre on TV
  • Sitcoms
  • Soaps
  • Stage
  • Markets

THE FEATURE FILM

  • Summarise the ideal conditions for writing a screenplay
  • Examine the structure and length of scenes
  • Explain how to build scenes
  • Explain how and why you should engage an agent
  • Beginning
  • Act one
  • Act Two
  • Act Three
  • The re-writes
  • Agents

Course 4 - Certificate in Crime Writing Online Course

Introduction To Crime, Mystery And Suspense Writing

  • Who Are Your Favourite Authors?
  • Bending The Rules
  • Categories
  • Courtroom Drama
  • The Ideas Game – Inspiration
  • Clever Plotting

Putting The Story Together

  • In The Beginning
  • Who Is The Victim?
  • A Good Middle
  • The End
  • Research – Be Your Own Detective
  • How Much Is Too Much?
  • Which Weapon To Use?
  • Timing Is Everything
  • Does History Repeat Itself?
  • Characters That Live
  • Profile Your Cast Of Characters
  • Minor Characters Do Matter
  • Dialogue
  • Keeping Track
  • Learning To Read Faces
  • Whose Story Is It Anyway?

Motives And Crime Scenes

  • Moving Right Along
  • Keys To Story Layout
  • A Means To An End
  • The Crime Scene
  • Crimes And Motives
  • Your Game, My Game

From Pen To Publishing

  • Developing Your Characters
  • Strong Theme
  • Is Your Plot Working?
  • Clarifying Your Clues
  • Are You Still On Time?
  • First Draft
  • Check Everything
  • Need More Action?
  • Whose Voice Is It?
  • Style
  • What’S At Stake?
  • Is Your Point Clear?
  • Revising Your Draft
  • What Does An Editor Look For?
  • Presenting The Manuscript
  • Your Synopsis
  • A Reader Impact Title
  • Who Are The Publishers?
  • You As A Writer
  • Your Writing Day
  • Planning
  • Keeping Accurate Records
  • Targets, Deadlines
  • In The Mood
  • Tackling Writer’S Block
  • Tricks And Ploys

The Business Of Getting Published

  • Submitting Your Manuscript
  • What To Do About Rejection
  • Future Action
  • Do I Need An Agent?
  • The Art Of Self-Promotion
  • Websites For Writers
  • Recommended Reading
  • Non Fiction
  • Fiction Books
  • Crime Writers’ Associations
  • Glossary Of Terms

Course 5 - Certificate in Criminology for Beginners Online Course

Lesson One: What is Criminology?

  • Poisons
  • The Case of Florence Maybrick.
  • The Case of Charles LeFarge

Lesson Two: Knives

  • The Case of Jack the Ripper (Part One)
  • Victims

Lesson Three: The Case of Jack the Ripper (Part Two)

  • Victims and Suspects
  • Possible Victims
  • Psychological Profiling                 

Lesson Four: Parricide and Matricide.

  • The Case of Lizzie Borden
  • The Case of Jo Ann Kiger
  • The Case of Francis Blandy
  • Somnambulism

Lesson Five: The Post Mortem / Autopsy

  • Entomology
  • Processing A Scene Of  Crime
  • Cold Cases
  • The Case of Lord Lucan

Lesson Six: Prostitution

  • Case of Jack the Stripper
  • The Serial Killer
  • Maslow - hierarchy of needs
  • The Case of Burke and Hare
  • The Case of  Bela Kiss
  • The Case of  Peter Sutcliffe

Lesson Seven: The Black Dahlia

  • The Case of  Jean Spangler
  • The Case of Marian Parker
  • Missing Persons
  • Kidnapping

Lesson Eight: Execution

  • Methods of Execution.
  • Capital punishment
  • The Case of Ruth Ellis
  • The Last Men To Be Executed In England
  • Albert Pierrepoint
  • Hangmen of the United Kingdom
  • Law Enforcement Agencies
  • The Profumo Case

Course 6 - Certificate in Criminology Intermediate Online Course

Introduction to Criminology

  • Define what Criminology is and have an understanding of the theories used.

Criminal Statistics

  • Study the trends of modern day criminal statistics

The UK Justice System

  • Have an understanding of the UK Justice system and have reference to key legal terms

Understanding Drugs

  • Describe a large range of drugs, what effects they have, their methods of use, their prevalence, production and marketing and common street names.

Understanding Violence

  • Describe different forms of violence and reasons for it.

Understanding Property Crime

  • Describe different forms of property crime and understand when and where they occur

Understanding Crime and the Community

  • Understanding the role of the community in crime prevention

Understanding Transnational and Organised Crime

  • Describe various forms of organised and transnational crime

Understanding High Tech Crime

  • Understand the use of computers and internet technology in support of criminal activities

Understanding Crime Prevention

  • Describe how to focus on the causes of crime and use problem solving tools in order to significantly reduce or eliminate the factors that can to lead crime

Understanding Youth Crime

  • Understand why youths turn to crime and why everyone has a role in supporting youth and preventing youth crime.

Understanding Anti-Social Behaviour

  • Describe different forms of anti-social behaviour, who it effects, its long terms effects and approaches to tackling it.

Introduction to Forensic Psychology

  • Describe what Forensic Psychology is, how it works; from basic theories and principles, through research, understanding and explaining results, to the actual application of psychological techniques.

Introduction to Criminal Profiling

  • Understand what is meant by Criminal profiling, and how the use of scientific methods, logical reasoning, sources of information on people, criminology, victimology, and experience or skill is employed to interpret the events that surround the commission of a crime.

Introduction to the Theory of Terrorism

  • Understanding what terrorism is and why it is a deliberate use of violence against civilians for political or religious ends.

Course 7 - Certificate in Behavioural Therapy Online Course

Introduction – Psychological Development

  • Summarise the factors governing human development
  • Explain the term “maturation” and list developmental sequences
  • Describe the process of identification

Basic Drives and Motives

  • Explain “motivation”
  • Define the concept of instinct theory
  • Interpret the basic energies that Freud believed determined behaviour

Conflict and Stress

  • Explain what our responses to the frustrations of life determine
  • Define an ambivalent attitude under the heading “Conflict”
  • Summarise the terms: apathy, aggression and anxiety

Social Behaviour – Normality and Abnormality

  • List the factors that suggest that life today is more stressful than in previous years
  • Define “abnormality”
  • Define “normality”

Behaviour Therapies

  • Explain “Systematic Desensitisation”
  • Define what assertive training involves
  • Describe the cognitive processes in behaviour change

Effectiveness of Therapies – Normal not Neurotic

  • Summarise inhibitory and excitatory personalities
  • Define the “hello-goodbye” effect
  • Explain the term “spontaneous remission”

Course 8 - Certificate in Counselling Skills Online Course

Introduction To Counselling

  • Understand The Basic Concept Of Counselling.
  • The Role Of The Counsellor In The Counselling Environment.
  • The Role Of Active Listening In The Counselling Environment And The Skills That Are Involved With It.
  • Definition Of Counselling
  • Introduction
  • Listening Skills

Basic Interview Skills

  • Attend
  • Question
  • Clarify
  • Paraphrase
  • Empathic Understanding
  • Genuineness
  • Acceptance
  • Explore - Understand - Act
  • In The Exploration Stage
  • The Second Stage
  • In The Third And Final Stage

The Counselling Relationship

  • The Importance Of Empathy And Its Importance For Building Relationships.
  • What Is Meant By Trial And Error.
  • Useful Motivational Skills.
  • Factors That Make The Best Counsellors.
  • Empathy
  • Trial And Error

Motivational Skills

  • The Role Of The Counsellor In Understanding The Client’S Motivational Levels.
  • The Questions A Counsellor Can Use To Explicit Self Motivating Statements From The Client.
  • The Counsellors’ Roadblocks To Communication.
  • Express Empathy
  • Develop Discrepancy
  • Avoid Arguing
  • Roll With Resistance
  • Support Self-Efficacy
  • Eliciting Phase Skills
  • Ask Open-Ended Questions
  • Listen Attentively And Paraphrase
  • Empathise
  • Summarise Periodically
  • Types Of Self-Motivational Statements
  • Questions To Elicit Self-Motivating Statements
  • Exploring Concerns
  • Roadblocks To Communication

Grief And Bereavement

  • Grief And Bereavement Listing The Different Forms/Reactions To Grief.
  • The Person’S Feeling In The Time Of Grief In Either Normal Or Violent Circumstances.
  • The Importance Of How Grief And The Grieving Person Should Be Managed.
  • Typically Normal Grief
  • Chronic Grief
  • Inhibited Grief
  • Delayed Grief
  • Grief Versus Depression
  • The Psychodynamics Of Grief
  • Management Of Grief

Stress, Anxiety And Depression

  • The Two Categories That Stress Symptoms May Be Divided Into.
  • The Issues Of Depression As Well As What Symptoms May Manifest From The Illness.
  • How Negative Thinking May Be Turned Into Positivity Leading Onto Restoring Self-Esteem Of The Depressed Client.
  • Causes Of Stress
  • Symptoms Of Stress
  • Treatment Of Stress
  • Issues Of Depression
  • Signs Of Depression
  • Self Talk
  • Negative To Positive
  • Stopping Faulty Habits
  • Restoring Self-Esteem

Course 9 - Certificate in Higher Level Teaching Assistant Online Course

Module 1 – Communication and Positive Relationships

  • Establish fair, respectful, trusting, supportive and constructive with children and young people.
  • Demonstrate the positive values, attitudes and behaviour they expect from children and young people.
  • Communicate effectively and sensitively with children, young, colleagues, parents and carers.

Module 2 – Maintaining Communication with Children, Young People and Adults 

  • Demonstrate a commitment to collaborative and cooperative working with colleagues.
  • Directing the work, where relevant, of other adults in supporting learning.

Module 3 – Curriculum, Planning and Assessment 

  • Know how statutory and non-statutory frameworks for the school curriculum relate to the age and ability ranges of the learners they support.
  • Understand the objectives, content and intended outcomes for the learning activities in which they are involved.
  • Know how to support learners in accessing the curriculum in accordance with the Special Educational Needs (SEN) code of practice and disabilities legislation.
  • Know how other frameworks that support the development and wellbeing of children and young people impact upon their practice.

Module 4 – Assessment, Monitoring, Feedback and Recording 

  • Use their area(s) of expertise to contribute to the planning and preparation of learning activities.
  • Use their area(s) of expertise to plan their role in learning activities.
  • Devise clearly structured activities that interest and motivate learners and advance their learning
  • Plan how they will support the inclusion of the children and young people in the learning activities.
  • Organise and manage learning activities in ways which keep learners safe.

Module 5 – Child Development

  • Evidence that you know how to use ICT to support professional activities.
  • Identify that you hold the required professional qualifications.

Module 6 – Motivating Children and Young People 

  • Advance learning when working with individuals.
  • Advance learning with working with small groups.
  • Advance learning when working with whole classes without the presence of the assigned teacher.

Course 10 - Certificate in Rune Divination Online Course

THE ORIGIN AND MEANING OF RUNES

  • Understand the origin and meaning of Runes
  • Explain the definition of the word "Runes"
  • Describe the three houses of Runes Freyers, Hagals and Tyrs Aett

THE TWELVE HOUSES

  • Understand the twelves houses relate to the hours of a clock
  • Explain different methods of casting runes
  • Rune Stones
  • Rune Cards

FREYR'S AETT

  • Understand the general Interpretations of the runes and their elements

HAGAL’S AETT

  • Understand the meaning of Hagal
  • Understand the meaning when positioned on rune cloth or circle

TYR'S AETT

  • Understand the meaning of Tyr
  • Understand the meaning when positioned on rune cloth or circle
  • Understand the meaning of WYRD and how to read its message

COUNSELLING AND RESPONSIBILITY

  • Understand your Rune Divination counselling responsibilities
  • Choosing Your Words
  • Special Cases

Entry requirements

Students must have basic literacy and numeracy skills.

Minimum education

Open entry. Previous schooling and academic achievements are not required for entry into this course.

Computer requirements

Students will need access to a computer and the internet. 

Minimum specifications for the computer are:

Windows:

  • Microsoft Windows XP, or later
  • Modern and up to date Browser (Internet Explorer 8 or later, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

MAC/iOS

  • OSX/iOS 6 or later
  • Modern and up to date Browser (Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

All systems

  • Internet bandwidth of 1Mb or faster
  • Flash player or a browser with HTML5 video capabilities(Currently Internet Explorer 9, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

Students will also need access the following applications:

Adobe Acrobat Reader

About this Course

Get Teaching English as a Second Language, Romantic Fiction Writing, Scriptwriting - TV, Film, Stage, Radio, Crime Writing, Criminology for Beginners, Criminology Intermediate, Behavioural Therapy, Counselling Skills, Higher Level Teaching Assistant and Rune Divination in this Bundle

1. Teaching English as a Second Language: Learn How To Pass On Your English Skills And Knowledge

The UK has a significant number of visitors and residents whose primary language is not English, resulting in ever-expanding opportunities for teachers of English as a second language. With the growth of English as the international language of business and communication these teachers are now finding themselves stretched to capacity.

This course will enable you to pass on your own skills and knowledge to start your career in this fascinating subject.

2. Romantic Fiction Writing: Indulge your passions and enter the intriguing world of the romance writing

You feel emotions intensely, vibrantly like white light poured through a prism. You write romance stories in your head and in your heart every day. You'd like to write them on paper and see them published. You should and you can - with this course in Romantic Fiction.

So indulge your passions and enter the intriguing world of the romance writer - and enjoy the rich reward of being a published author. All you need is the desire- and the course in Romantic Fiction Writing.

Throughout the course, you'll enjoy the help from your tutor to ensure that you acquire the right style, the right tone and vivid imagery that makes your reader see the setting and feel the atmosphere.

3. Scriptwriting - TV, Film, Stage, Radio: Learn the fundamental skills of multimedia scriptwriting

Big screen, small screen - certainly there's money to be made, there's glamour and fame. But scriptwriting demands more than straightforward writing skills.

Starting with this essential course in Scriptwriting, you will be taught the fundamental skills of writing the feature film script, from the original idea to finished screenplay. You'll learn how to apply your new found skills to every type of television and film script, from comedies to soap operas.

Every part of the course reflects the needs and realities of today's television, film, stage, and radio industries, providing you with insight as well as practical knowledge.

4. Crime Writing: Learn How To Write A Good Detective, Mystery Or Crime Story

Crime can pay! At least it does when you can write a good detective, mystery or crime story. Have you witnessed in recent years the overwhelming number of television shows, motion pictures and novels dealing in crime and the number of hungry fans devouring these stories the moment they are produced? This fast growing industry is both intriguing and rewarding for the author.

Throughout the course you will learn how to research police reports, forensic techniques, crime scenes and you will learn to think like a criminal. This course aims to take you from the spark of an idea through to being a published writer.

5. Criminology for Beginners: Learn The Types Of Criminals, Processing A Scene Of Crime, Profiling Methods

Criminology for Beginners has been written for those who wish either to study criminology for fun or to sample a taster for further study and accreditation. It has been written in easy to follow terms and will enable the student to understand the basics behind Forensics, Autopsies, Types of Criminals, Processing a Scene of Crime, Profiling Methods, and will examine past cases and policing methods as well as Crime and Punishment.

About Criminology

Primarily concentrating on murder cases the student will be able to gather an understanding of how autopsies provide information and clues not just to cause of death but also the life style of the victim and the possible identity of the perpetrator of the crime.

6. Criminology Intermediate: Learn How To Define Crime

The interdisciplinary nature of criminology makes it a difficult term to define. There are several ways of looking at it, which depend on the background of the person by whom it is being defined.

Criminology is knowledge concerning the etiology, prevention, control and treatment of crime and delinquency. This includes the measurement and detection of crime, legislation, and practice of criminal law, as well as the law enforcement, judicial and correctional systems.

In brief, the study of Criminology deals primarily with crime and punishment and our understanding of crime in the social context.

About Our Criminology Course

Throughout this criminology distance learning course you will learn how to define crime, what causes crime and the consequences of crime. You will also consider the UK legislative environment and what impact this has on laws that are passed to mitigate the effects of crime. You will then move on to look at a range of different types of crime.

7. Behavioural Therapy: Learn About Modern Behavioural Therapy

Andrew Salter who founded modern behavioural therapy used conceptions of excitation and inhibition as the basis for treatment of the neurotic. When excitatory forces dominate, people are action-orientated and emotionally free.

They meet life on their own terms. The neurotic, on the other hand, always suffers from an excess of inhibition. Through this course the student will learn how Behavioural Therapy employs mental and physical exercise to build and strengthen the excitatory processes, creating a new balance where they can dominate the brain functioning and overcome problematic behaviour.

8. Counselling Skills: Learn How To Help Individuals Find Their Own Answers

Counselling is essentially a lively, human and personal experience between two people. Therefore, it is a process which requires commitment of time and effort from both parties.

The aim is for the counsellor to help the client find their own answers and to become more in charge of their lives rather than less so; to be able to live their own life rather than be lived by it.

9. Higher Level Teaching Assistant: Progress From The Position Of Teaching Assistant To That Of Higher Level Teaching Assistant

Do you want to progress from the position of Teaching Assistant to that of Higher Level Teaching Assistant? If so, you will need to satisfy an external assessor that you are capable of contributing to the pupils learning at the level set out in the HLTA standards.

This distance learning course is ideal because it has been carefully mapped to those standards and will, therefore, be an invaluable aid in reaching the required criterion and indeed supporting the pupils, teachers, and school as a Higher Level Teaching Assistant

10. Rune Divination: Learn How To Become A Rune Master

It stands to reason that the Runes reveal secrets and should not be taken lightly. Norse mythology informs us that the god, Odin discovered Runes whilst attempting to discover the secrets of life and death. The secrets of Runes are now passed to mankind for his benefit.

This course explains how you can become a Rune Master and how you can become accomplished in this unique method of divination.

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Ultimate Teaching English as a Second Language, 10 Courses includes the following courses, below is a summary of each course: 

Course 1 - Certificate in Teaching English as a Second Language Online Course

Reasons for Learning

  • Why Students want to Learn English
  • Learning a New Language: A Natural and an Unnatural Process
  • The Child’s Learning Environment is Near-Perfect
  • How Does this Relate to Teaching English as a Second Language
  • Advantages of Multilingualism
  • Multilingualism and Communication
  • Ability to communicate in this way
  • Summary

Function of the Teacher

  • Language Attitude
  • A New Approach
  • One-On-One Communication and Interaction
  • Teachers Duties
  • Empathy for Students
  • Summary

The Syllabus

  • Commissioning
  • Planning
  • Rational
  • Practical
  • Standardisation
  • Average
  • Main Features of a Syllabus for students who are wishing to learn English for writing purposes
  • Limitations of a Syllabus for students who are wishing to learn English for writing purposes
  • Main Features of a Syllabus for students who are wishing to acquire English for oral communication purposes
  • Drawbacks of a Syllabus for students who are wishing to acquire English for oral communication purposes
  • How to Create Syllabus
  • Aims of a Language Learning Syllabus
  • Objectives of a Language Learning Syllabus
  • Guidelines to help you decide on how to deal with the subject of grammar

Syllabus in Action

  • Six Main Categories of Spoken Communication
  • Expressing and Discovering Ways of Thinking
  • Giving and Learning Factual Information
  • Expressing and Discovering Ethics
  • Accomplishing Tasks
  • Expressing and Discovering Feelings
  • Interacting Socially
  • Concepts of Properties and Qualities
  • Concepts of Relations
  • Situations that should receive attention in class
  • Specific Topics
  • Summary

Grammar Fundamentals

  • The Importance of Grammar
  • Structure and Style
  • Spelling
  • Punctuation
  • Sentence Structure
  • Verb Tenses
  • Subjects/Verb Agreement
  • Conjunctions
  • Contractions
  • Don’t use double negatives
  • Four Simple Rules of Teaching Grammar
  • Common Errors
  • Structure facts logically
  • How is Grammar Taught

Inspiring Confidence

  • Life in the Classroom
  • Success in Language Learning
  • Cooperation in the Classroom
  • Freedom in the Classroom
  • Function and Selection of Discourse Material
  • Effective Listening Skills
  • What is Role Play
  • Reasons for Using Role Play
  • Drawbacks of Role Play
  • Functional Language for Role Play
  • Summary

Course 2 - Certificate in Romantic Fiction Writing Online Course

ROMANTIC FICTION WRITING

  • Describe and understand the definition of and what constitutes the genre of romantic fiction
  • Outline the different types of romantic fiction
  • Understand how to analyse the target market

LAYING THE FOUNDATIONS

  • Understand the purpose and mechanics of effective plotting
  • Discuss various examples of effective plot elements
  • Understand how to create a plot framework

CHARACTERS

  • Understand the importance of characters and the part they play in effective fiction
  • Describe the process of fleshing out and creating protagonists
  • Describe how to introduce characters in a piece of fiction

DIALOGUE AND EFFECTIVE TECHNIQUES

  • Understand the importance of dialogue in fiction
  • Discuss techniques or mistakes to avoid when using dialogue
  • Describe the process of writing dialogue
  • Understand how to use setting to maximise the effectiveness of dialogue

TENSION, EMOTION AND VIVID IMAGERY

  • Understand how to write vividly, create tension and use emotion
  • Describe how to write an effective ending
  • Explain the process of revision and proofreading

Course 3 - Certificate in Scriptwriting - TV, Film, Stage, Radio Online Course

GETTING STARTED

  • Understand how to scope the content of a script
  • Identify the different styles and mediums for the playwright
  • Describe how to develop the characters
  • Identify the steps of scriptwriting

WRITING FOR RADIO

  • Outline the different ways to write for radio
  • Outline the different ways to write for educational programmes
  • How to characterise the characters for radio

WRITING FOR TELEVISION

  • Understand the importance of establishing a character quickly
  • How to create a character
  • Outline the structure of a drama
  • Understand the formats within the television industry

TELEMOVIES

  • Identify the time allocation required to play out scenes in a script
  • Outline the different types of genre on TV
  • Sitcoms
  • Soaps
  • Stage
  • Markets

THE FEATURE FILM

  • Summarise the ideal conditions for writing a screenplay
  • Examine the structure and length of scenes
  • Explain how to build scenes
  • Explain how and why you should engage an agent
  • Beginning
  • Act one
  • Act Two
  • Act Three
  • The re-writes
  • Agents

Course 4 - Certificate in Crime Writing Online Course

Introduction To Crime, Mystery And Suspense Writing

  • Who Are Your Favourite Authors?
  • Bending The Rules
  • Categories
  • Courtroom Drama
  • The Ideas Game – Inspiration
  • Clever Plotting

Putting The Story Together

  • In The Beginning
  • Who Is The Victim?
  • A Good Middle
  • The End
  • Research – Be Your Own Detective
  • How Much Is Too Much?
  • Which Weapon To Use?
  • Timing Is Everything
  • Does History Repeat Itself?
  • Characters That Live
  • Profile Your Cast Of Characters
  • Minor Characters Do Matter
  • Dialogue
  • Keeping Track
  • Learning To Read Faces
  • Whose Story Is It Anyway?

Motives And Crime Scenes

  • Moving Right Along
  • Keys To Story Layout
  • A Means To An End
  • The Crime Scene
  • Crimes And Motives
  • Your Game, My Game

From Pen To Publishing

  • Developing Your Characters
  • Strong Theme
  • Is Your Plot Working?
  • Clarifying Your Clues
  • Are You Still On Time?
  • First Draft
  • Check Everything
  • Need More Action?
  • Whose Voice Is It?
  • Style
  • What’S At Stake?
  • Is Your Point Clear?
  • Revising Your Draft
  • What Does An Editor Look For?
  • Presenting The Manuscript
  • Your Synopsis
  • A Reader Impact Title
  • Who Are The Publishers?
  • You As A Writer
  • Your Writing Day
  • Planning
  • Keeping Accurate Records
  • Targets, Deadlines
  • In The Mood
  • Tackling Writer’S Block
  • Tricks And Ploys

The Business Of Getting Published

  • Submitting Your Manuscript
  • What To Do About Rejection
  • Future Action
  • Do I Need An Agent?
  • The Art Of Self-Promotion
  • Websites For Writers
  • Recommended Reading
  • Non Fiction
  • Fiction Books
  • Crime Writers’ Associations
  • Glossary Of Terms

Course 5 - Certificate in Criminology for Beginners Online Course

Lesson One: What is Criminology?

  • Poisons
  • The Case of Florence Maybrick.
  • The Case of Charles LeFarge

Lesson Two: Knives

  • The Case of Jack the Ripper (Part One)
  • Victims

Lesson Three: The Case of Jack the Ripper (Part Two)

  • Victims and Suspects
  • Possible Victims
  • Psychological Profiling                 

Lesson Four: Parricide and Matricide.

  • The Case of Lizzie Borden
  • The Case of Jo Ann Kiger
  • The Case of Francis Blandy
  • Somnambulism

Lesson Five: The Post Mortem / Autopsy

  • Entomology
  • Processing A Scene Of  Crime
  • Cold Cases
  • The Case of Lord Lucan

Lesson Six: Prostitution

  • Case of Jack the Stripper
  • The Serial Killer
  • Maslow - hierarchy of needs
  • The Case of Burke and Hare
  • The Case of  Bela Kiss
  • The Case of  Peter Sutcliffe

Lesson Seven: The Black Dahlia

  • The Case of  Jean Spangler
  • The Case of Marian Parker
  • Missing Persons
  • Kidnapping

Lesson Eight: Execution

  • Methods of Execution.
  • Capital punishment
  • The Case of Ruth Ellis
  • The Last Men To Be Executed In England
  • Albert Pierrepoint
  • Hangmen of the United Kingdom
  • Law Enforcement Agencies
  • The Profumo Case

Course 6 - Certificate in Criminology Intermediate Online Course

Introduction to Criminology

  • Define what Criminology is and have an understanding of the theories used.

Criminal Statistics

  • Study the trends of modern day criminal statistics

The UK Justice System

  • Have an understanding of the UK Justice system and have reference to key legal terms

Understanding Drugs

  • Describe a large range of drugs, what effects they have, their methods of use, their prevalence, production and marketing and common street names.

Understanding Violence

  • Describe different forms of violence and reasons for it.

Understanding Property Crime

  • Describe different forms of property crime and understand when and where they occur

Understanding Crime and the Community

  • Understanding the role of the community in crime prevention

Understanding Transnational and Organised Crime

  • Describe various forms of organised and transnational crime

Understanding High Tech Crime

  • Understand the use of computers and internet technology in support of criminal activities

Understanding Crime Prevention

  • Describe how to focus on the causes of crime and use problem solving tools in order to significantly reduce or eliminate the factors that can to lead crime

Understanding Youth Crime

  • Understand why youths turn to crime and why everyone has a role in supporting youth and preventing youth crime.

Understanding Anti-Social Behaviour

  • Describe different forms of anti-social behaviour, who it effects, its long terms effects and approaches to tackling it.

Introduction to Forensic Psychology

  • Describe what Forensic Psychology is, how it works; from basic theories and principles, through research, understanding and explaining results, to the actual application of psychological techniques.

Introduction to Criminal Profiling

  • Understand what is meant by Criminal profiling, and how the use of scientific methods, logical reasoning, sources of information on people, criminology, victimology, and experience or skill is employed to interpret the events that surround the commission of a crime.

Introduction to the Theory of Terrorism

  • Understanding what terrorism is and why it is a deliberate use of violence against civilians for political or religious ends.

Course 7 - Certificate in Behavioural Therapy Online Course

Introduction – Psychological Development

  • Summarise the factors governing human development
  • Explain the term “maturation” and list developmental sequences
  • Describe the process of identification

Basic Drives and Motives

  • Explain “motivation”
  • Define the concept of instinct theory
  • Interpret the basic energies that Freud believed determined behaviour

Conflict and Stress

  • Explain what our responses to the frustrations of life determine
  • Define an ambivalent attitude under the heading “Conflict”
  • Summarise the terms: apathy, aggression and anxiety

Social Behaviour – Normality and Abnormality

  • List the factors that suggest that life today is more stressful than in previous years
  • Define “abnormality”
  • Define “normality”

Behaviour Therapies

  • Explain “Systematic Desensitisation”
  • Define what assertive training involves
  • Describe the cognitive processes in behaviour change

Effectiveness of Therapies – Normal not Neurotic

  • Summarise inhibitory and excitatory personalities
  • Define the “hello-goodbye” effect
  • Explain the term “spontaneous remission”

Course 8 - Certificate in Counselling Skills Online Course

Introduction To Counselling

  • Understand The Basic Concept Of Counselling.
  • The Role Of The Counsellor In The Counselling Environment.
  • The Role Of Active Listening In The Counselling Environment And The Skills That Are Involved With It.
  • Definition Of Counselling
  • Introduction
  • Listening Skills

Basic Interview Skills

  • Attend
  • Question
  • Clarify
  • Paraphrase
  • Empathic Understanding
  • Genuineness
  • Acceptance
  • Explore - Understand - Act
  • In The Exploration Stage
  • The Second Stage
  • In The Third And Final Stage

The Counselling Relationship

  • The Importance Of Empathy And Its Importance For Building Relationships.
  • What Is Meant By Trial And Error.
  • Useful Motivational Skills.
  • Factors That Make The Best Counsellors.
  • Empathy
  • Trial And Error

Motivational Skills

  • The Role Of The Counsellor In Understanding The Client’S Motivational Levels.
  • The Questions A Counsellor Can Use To Explicit Self Motivating Statements From The Client.
  • The Counsellors’ Roadblocks To Communication.
  • Express Empathy
  • Develop Discrepancy
  • Avoid Arguing
  • Roll With Resistance
  • Support Self-Efficacy
  • Eliciting Phase Skills
  • Ask Open-Ended Questions
  • Listen Attentively And Paraphrase
  • Empathise
  • Summarise Periodically
  • Types Of Self-Motivational Statements
  • Questions To Elicit Self-Motivating Statements
  • Exploring Concerns
  • Roadblocks To Communication

Grief And Bereavement

  • Grief And Bereavement Listing The Different Forms/Reactions To Grief.
  • The Person’S Feeling In The Time Of Grief In Either Normal Or Violent Circumstances.
  • The Importance Of How Grief And The Grieving Person Should Be Managed.
  • Typically Normal Grief
  • Chronic Grief
  • Inhibited Grief
  • Delayed Grief
  • Grief Versus Depression
  • The Psychodynamics Of Grief
  • Management Of Grief

Stress, Anxiety And Depression

  • The Two Categories That Stress Symptoms May Be Divided Into.
  • The Issues Of Depression As Well As What Symptoms May Manifest From The Illness.
  • How Negative Thinking May Be Turned Into Positivity Leading Onto Restoring Self-Esteem Of The Depressed Client.
  • Causes Of Stress
  • Symptoms Of Stress
  • Treatment Of Stress
  • Issues Of Depression
  • Signs Of Depression
  • Self Talk
  • Negative To Positive
  • Stopping Faulty Habits
  • Restoring Self-Esteem

Course 9 - Certificate in Higher Level Teaching Assistant Online Course

Module 1 – Communication and Positive Relationships

  • Establish fair, respectful, trusting, supportive and constructive with children and young people.
  • Demonstrate the positive values, attitudes and behaviour they expect from children and young people.
  • Communicate effectively and sensitively with children, young, colleagues, parents and carers.

Module 2 – Maintaining Communication with Children, Young People and Adults 

  • Demonstrate a commitment to collaborative and cooperative working with colleagues.
  • Directing the work, where relevant, of other adults in supporting learning.

Module 3 – Curriculum, Planning and Assessment 

  • Know how statutory and non-statutory frameworks for the school curriculum relate to the age and ability ranges of the learners they support.
  • Understand the objectives, content and intended outcomes for the learning activities in which they are involved.
  • Know how to support learners in accessing the curriculum in accordance with the Special Educational Needs (SEN) code of practice and disabilities legislation.
  • Know how other frameworks that support the development and wellbeing of children and young people impact upon their practice.

Module 4 – Assessment, Monitoring, Feedback and Recording 

  • Use their area(s) of expertise to contribute to the planning and preparation of learning activities.
  • Use their area(s) of expertise to plan their role in learning activities.
  • Devise clearly structured activities that interest and motivate learners and advance their learning
  • Plan how they will support the inclusion of the children and young people in the learning activities.
  • Organise and manage learning activities in ways which keep learners safe.

Module 5 – Child Development

  • Evidence that you know how to use ICT to support professional activities.
  • Identify that you hold the required professional qualifications.

Module 6 – Motivating Children and Young People 

  • Advance learning when working with individuals.
  • Advance learning with working with small groups.
  • Advance learning when working with whole classes without the presence of the assigned teacher.

Course 10 - Certificate in Rune Divination Online Course

THE ORIGIN AND MEANING OF RUNES

  • Understand the origin and meaning of Runes
  • Explain the definition of the word "Runes"
  • Describe the three houses of Runes Freyers, Hagals and Tyrs Aett

THE TWELVE HOUSES

  • Understand the twelves houses relate to the hours of a clock
  • Explain different methods of casting runes
  • Rune Stones
  • Rune Cards

FREYR'S AETT

  • Understand the general Interpretations of the runes and their elements

HAGAL’S AETT

  • Understand the meaning of Hagal
  • Understand the meaning when positioned on rune cloth or circle

TYR'S AETT

  • Understand the meaning of Tyr
  • Understand the meaning when positioned on rune cloth or circle
  • Understand the meaning of WYRD and how to read its message

COUNSELLING AND RESPONSIBILITY

  • Understand your Rune Divination counselling responsibilities
  • Choosing Your Words
  • Special Cases

Entry requirements

Students must have basic literacy and numeracy skills.

Minimum education

Open entry. Previous schooling and academic achievements are not required for entry into this course.

Computer requirements

Students will need access to a computer and the internet. 

Minimum specifications for the computer are:

Windows:

  • Microsoft Windows XP, or later
  • Modern and up to date Browser (Internet Explorer 8 or later, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

MAC/iOS

  • OSX/iOS 6 or later
  • Modern and up to date Browser (Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

All systems

  • Internet bandwidth of 1Mb or faster
  • Flash player or a browser with HTML5 video capabilities(Currently Internet Explorer 9, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

Students will also need access the following applications:

Adobe Acrobat Reader

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Course ID No.: 009OATESLD10CB
Delivery Mode: Online
Course Access: Unlimited Lifetime
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