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01 Sep 2016

Good things come in short packages

Ravensbourne has today launched a new short course programme to inspire and encourage a new audience of learners to its base in North Greenwich.

The courses are being led by notable tutors such as Naomi Ngei, Senior Designer at popular fashion brand Merc,Alexandra Deschamps-Sonsino, Product Designer and founder of designswarm and Daniel Croyle, textile designer with clients including Nicky Haslam, Firmdale Hotels, Harrods and Liberty.

Claire Selby, Head of Commercial Relationships said “With a fantastic selection of courses from Fashion Buying to Internet of Things, to Screenwriting - there really is something for everyone. We're delighted to be working with new and existing lecturers with extensive industry experience, as well as alumni; and we’re looking forward to attracting new learners to Ravensbourne”.

Alanah Cullen, short courses consultant at Ravensbourne commented “Following the initiative of Professor Linda Drew to expand the lifelong learning opportunities for professionals, we’re really excited to launch these new courses. The classes are set in a creative university setting and the atmosphere is relaxed and informal, helping people gain new skills.

These innovative courses are designed with the busy professional in mind. Whether you’re looking to expand your skills to improve your career prospects or pursue your personal creative passion Ravensbourne has a course for you which will boost your creative, technical and business skills.”

Starting in October 2016, courses span the creative spectrum including fashion, design, moving image, sound and architecture. Designed to fit around your existing commitments, Ravensbourne short courses are intended to deliver a more personalised approach with small classes and industry professionals.

For more information or to book your place contact:
e. shortcourses@rave.ac.uk

t. 020 3040 3597
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