What opportunities will this course give me?
For some learners this course will provide a basis for further study or a move into working with local societies on their volunteering programmes as well as stimulating an interest in the wider subject.
What will I be learning?
This course looks at all aspects of UK and World Archaeology including practical aspects, recent finds, research and developments. It will have one core subject per term which will deepen your knowledge of a particular aspect of the broad subject that is archaeology.
In the summer term 2021 we will be covering connections between societies in the Ancient Mediterranean: we will discuss how connections between societies can be traced and how cultural interaction affects social changes.
In the autumn term starting September 2022 we will be covering methodologies in archaeology, with a background in the history of the discipline.
A college certificate will be awarded on request.
Why is this course for me?
You will learn by looking at examples of new and old archaeological research from across the world, examining the projected theories and looking at alternatives.
The tutor is a Greek-Italian archaeologist, who has specialised in the study of pottery making and technology. Currently completing her PhD in Archaeology at the University of Genoa, the tutor has worked on a number of excavations in Italy and Greece, dating from prehistory to Medieval times.
The tutor studies the connections between technological changes and social and cultural transformations. She is also interested in the application of new technologies in Archaeology.
How will my learning be enhanced?
As this is a leisure course, the motivation to learn will ultimately come from the learner. For those wishing to get the most out of the course, we will encourage you to research archaeological topics and news outside of the classroom and share with the rest of the group.
The topics covered are varied and offer an enriching learning experience.
Why is Eastleigh College my best choice?
Eastleigh College is recognised for our industry leading teaching standards and modern, innovative facilities. Learners join us from across the country - and overseas - to experience our exceptional learning environment and vibrant, welcoming community.
Youll be part of a pool of motivated individuals, all with similar interests; this offers a brilliant chance to expand your network and tap into new social circles.
We pride ourselves on the community feel each and every one of our programmes creates; youll leave with new contacts and - just as importantly - friends to support you in your onward journey, wherever that may be!
What do I need to sign up?
There are no formal entry requirements for this course; this course is suitable for adults wishing to extend their knowledge of Archaeology.
Is there anything else I need to know?
The only resource required is an open and enquiring mind! However, pen and paper will also be useful.
There may be additional costs associated with the cost of visiting museums.
Please note that all courses are subject to minimum numbers and course descriptions may be subject to change. A place on your chosen course is not confirmed until all of the necessary enrolment paperwork is signed and any relevant fees are paid. The team will be in touch to discuss this with you, once your application has been processed.
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