Continuing Education (History) at the Centre for Lifelong Learning is hosting a number of workshops and lectures.
In partnership with the National Museums Liverpool, the Centre is hosting a series of free lunchtime public lectures entitled, The world at the time of the Titanic, which will be held at the Merseyside Maritime Museum on Wednesdays, 1-2pm from 2 May for six weeks.
Speakers include Roger Luckhurst, Professor of Modern and Contemporary Literature at Birkbeck College, University of London, who will speak on the Edwardian love of all things gothic. Admission is free and no booking is required.
If you have ever wanted to construct a family tree, the Centre is hosting a two day workshop on Saturday 19 and Saturday 26 May which will cover all the basics, from internet sources to wills and dating old photographs. Book before Friday 11 May.
The Centre will also be launching an expanded Business and Management Continuing Education programme in September, and as a taster, a workshop on Developing Leadership for Business will explore the nature of contemporary leadership and help participants develop key leadership skills applicable to real work settings.
The workshop is on Saturday 19 May, 10am-4pm and bookings must be made before Wednesday 9 May.
To book, telephone 0151 794 6900 or email email@example.com or to see what other courses are available visit the website.