AT LAST, AN EFFECTIVE, FUN AND GREAT VALUE ALTERNATIVE TO PART-TIME COURSES Want to do an evening class but can't find the time? Put off by the cost of part-time courses? Looking for a course that takes you deep into the subject you love? Your Evening Class is a brand new, in-depth course package, designed to suit your lifestyle without emptying your wallet. Its unique teaching method will give you an in-depth understanding of the creative writing skills and inspiration you need, at a time and pace that suit you. Flexible 30 structured lessons in ten workbooks for you to follow at your own pace. Personal Our unique audioteach method features the voice of a real tutor, Chris Sykes. He will guide you through your course over 10 hours of audio material, giving you tips and advice based on his many years of teaching and writing experience and helping you to avoid common mistakes and pitfalls. Content-rich Your Creative Writing course also contains visual writing prompts, practical exercises and detailed tips for all genres of writing.Sociable Exclusive access to a dynamic online community of fellow learners, with additional exercises and answers to common questions.Great value A year's worth of learning for less than the price of a term at a college. Be inspired and make the most of your free time. This pack contains:- 10 workbooks of three lessons each- 10 audio CDs, designed to complement the written tutorials- A 160-page paperback containing all you need to know to find out about getting published, the best courses and common mistakes to avoid.- Your password for exclusive access to a bespoke online community.
Chris is a playwright and poet; he is also an excellent and popular teacher and divides his time between convening creative writing classes for the University of Sussex and teaching creative writing for a number of institutions including the University of Oxford and the City Literary Institute. He is a member of The Society of Authors and the British Academy of Composers and Songwriters and was at one time Deputy Chair of The Writers Guild of Great Britain.