Literature 1 @ SCQF Level 6
This course is designed to develop your literary analysis skills and build your awareness of social and moral concerns to help you make reasoned judgements about literary texts, plays, poems, novels and short stories.
If you have a keen interest in literature or communications and emotions within the arts, this course is right for you.
To book a place, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org today.
You may be asked to undertake a short diagnostic test to check communication level prior to enrolling on course.
You will need the following books:
You should buy these books on Amazon prior to starting.
Additional Entry Requirements
- Intermediate 2 English
- Communication 3
- Standard Grade English, at credit level.
You should have a fully-functional laptop or desktop computer with Microsoft software installed, specifically Microsoft Teams.
Literary agents work with authors and act as a gateway to finding a publisher. The literary agent reads the author's initial submissions and provides feedback to make it better. Literary agents are responsible for promoting an author’s work to publishers and media producers as well as handling their business dealings, allowing the author to concentrate on writing.
Literary agents can be employed by literary agencies or self-employed in working for themselves.
Additional funding information
Course Contact Details
Telephone: (01387) 734 269
SQA code: FA58 12