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Adult Education

Creative Writing Next Steps

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Creative Writing Next Steps

The Creative Writing Next Steps course is for those with some knowledge and experience in creative writing who wish to continue to develop their skills in a supportive environment.

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About the course

The Creative Writing Next Steps course will focus on writing prose (novels and short stories) and the techniques used within this style of writing.

Throughout this course, you will explore and practice using a wide range of tools that are fundamental to writing effective stories.

Whether you’re learning elements of theory, receiving prompts from your tutor or sharing your work with the class, there will be plenty of opportunities to grow and get inspired.

Having the chance to share your work with the group is a powerful exercise, where you’ll be able to receive feedback from other writers. This will undoubtedly be extremely helpful in your journey to improve your writing technique, forge your own unique style and perfect your story's narrative.

Ultimately, if you write, you’re a writer. This course will help you to continue writing, grow in confidence and make your stories come to life.

More information about Adult Education courses

To book a course, you will need to register online by clicking on the day you would like to attend. Please see the course information below the heading ‘Enrol now for the available days’.

If no days are available

If there are no places available, you can register your interest and we will notify you once the course is live in a future term.


Payment is made in full at the time of booking.

If you are booking a Level 3 or 4 Counselling course, you will be able to pay for this using a Direct Debit, which you will set up before the course starts in September. Please check the relevant course pages for details.

Booking on behalf of someone else

Please register using the student’s correct details including medical conditions, learning support needs and disabilities.