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Introduction to South Essex College Of Further And Higher Education

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south essex college of further and higher education profile who offer Sociology courses  in Essex

South Essex College is well placed to offer a variety of academic & vocational courses to develop transferable skills to benefit your next career move

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Year one: culture and identity, families and households, wealth, poverty and welfare education with research methods, health with research methods Year two: beliefs in society, global  ...more

Duration: Variable

Advanced

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GCE A/AS Level or equivalent

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Learn the latest features in PowerHA.Learn to: effectively administer and monitor a IBM PowerHA for AIX cluster; implement PowerHA for the more complex advanced AIX configuration options; and perform...more

Duration: Variable

Intermediate

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Professional Qualification

From£2,988
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Learn to employ Ethnographic Research to gain insights into your customers' needs, to create effective marketing strategies, to test new products and services or to understand and improve your...more

Duration: 1 day

Beginner

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No Qualification

From£150
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Epping Forest College
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Very good short course if you like maths!

The teacher was very good, friendly and experienced, always helpful. She would ...more

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This course explores how society works, including how lives are influenced by such diverse factors as gender, age, class or ethnic background. You will use critical evidence to support arguments and the...more

Duration: 1 year

Advanced

Full time

GCE A/AS Level or equivalent

This course might be free

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What has more impact on our identity: our genes or our upbringing? Are men and women really that different? Why do some people commit crime? The chances are if you are thinking of studying sociology you will have already thought about some of...

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