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There are hundreds of nationally recognized Professional qualifications & training courses from the worlds leading education providers. Course objectives should lead to teaching methods and student interest.

History involves a careful examination of the people, cultures, events, societies, and patterns of the past. While it can be connected with almost any other subject, it is closely related to politics, economics, psychology, and other social studies.

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Japan Lutheran Theological Seminary

Japan Lutheran College
Campus Full time April 2019 Japan Tokyo

Although the economy and science and technology have developed wonderfully, it is a world that can not be realized that each and every human being became happy. Rather, the sum of people weakened, the number of people who suffered from the heart has increased, and the purpose of life is difficult to see. Love is cold, hope is getting uncertain. Even religion is an era that can be seen with stinging eyes. [+]

Japan Lutheran Theological SeminaryEvangelists who convey the gospel of human liberation, pastor who brings healing of the soul

Although the economy and science and technology have developed wonderfully, it is a world that can not be realized that each and every human being became happy. Rather, the sum of people weakened, the number of people who suffered from the heart has increased, and the purpose of life is difficult to see. Love is cold, hope is getting uncertain. Even religion is an era that can be seen with stinging eyes. That is why I want to look deeply at human beings, in front of the absolute god, in the light, to listen to God's word to regain true humanity. Prayers and storytellers are necessary so that love and compassion, righteousness and peace will be added to this world, so that we can release ourselves from the crime of eroding human beings and restore the joyful freshness to the soul. The seminary will train pastors for that purpose.... [-]


Course in Ancient Greece

American College of Norway
Campus Full time Part time 1 semester August 2018 Norway Moss + 1 more

A study of Greek prehistory and history to the end of the Hellenistic era. Greek achievements in art, commerce, literature, politics, religion, science, and technology are surveyed. [+]

Please be aware, you must enroll as a full time student at The American College of Norway and that means that you must study 5 of our courses (Totaling 15 credit). We will communicate with you to discuss which of our other courses you would like to include.

A study of Greek prehistory and history to the end of the Hellenistic era. Greek achievements in art, commerce, literature, politics, religion, science, and technology are surveyed.

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IGCSE History Course

UK Open College
Online Part time 300 hours Open Enrollment United Kingdom UK Online

History is the study of past events. To understand the present thoroughly, we need to look at past events and see how they are influencing the current state of the world. It would be impossible to understand the present social, economic and political climate without referring to the events of the 20th century. [+]

History is the study of past events. To understand the present thoroughly, we need to look at past events and see how they are influencing the current state of the world. It would be impossible to understand the present social, economic and political climate without referring to the events of the 20th century. Similarly, it would be difficult to understand the events of the 1900s without looking at the 1800s. This IGCSE History Distance Learning Course will teach you all you need to know to pass the exam.

Qualification: IGCSE History Accredited: Yes QCF Recognised: Yes Awarding Body: CIE - Cambridge International Examinations Start Date: Anytime - We enrol 365 days a year Duration: Flexible - Approx 300 Hours - 12 Months Max Support Learning Outcomes Recall, select and communicate knowledge and understanding of History Demonstrate an understanding of the past through explanation and analysis of: Causation Consequence Continuity Change Significance Syllabus Unit 1: 19th-century core content: The Development of Modern Nation States 1848-1914 Unit 2: Depth Study: Russia 1905-1941 Unit 3: 20th-century core content: International Relations since 1919 Unit 4: Depth Study: Israelis and Palestinians 1945-1994 Pre-requisites ... [-]

A Level History Course

UK Open College
Online Part time 700 hours Open Enrollment United Kingdom UK Online

Understanding the past is key to decoding the present. This makes our A Level History course interesting and engaging, providing detailed insights into modern British history as well as developing key analytical and research skills. The completion of this course equates to the fulfilment of a full A-level. [+]

Understanding the past is key to decoding the present. This makes our A Level History course interesting and engaging, providing detailed insights into modern British history as well as developing key analytical and research skills.

The completion of this course equates to the fulfilment of a full A-level. Read on to find out more about our History A Level distance learning course and how you can learn with our amazing materials and support.

This specification is designed to:

Promote understanding of the past and the value of historical study Allow greater freedom at AS by providing a substantial British element at A2 Provide breadth and depth of study in a coherent programme Develop skills for further education and work Qualification: A Level History (9HIO) Accredited: Yes QCF Recognised: Yes Awarding Body: Edexcel Start Date: Anytime - We enrol 365 days a year Duration: Flexible - Approx 700 Hours - 2 years support UCAS Points: Dependant on Grades Syllabus Unit 1: Russia 1917-1991: From Lenin to Yeltsin Unit 2: Mao’s China 1949-1976 Unit 3: Protest, Agitation and Parliamentary Reform in Britain 1780-1928 Unit 4: The Cold War, its Development and its Demise 1945-1990 Pre-requisites ... [-]

Course: Traces of Extinct Culture. History of Siberian Folk

Siberian State Aerospace University SibSAU
Campus Full time 2 weeks July 2018 Russia Krasnoyarsk

Siberian State Aerospace University offers a unique opportunity for foreign students to enlarge the scope, to visit the heart of Russia, to observe the beauty of amazing and enigmatic Siberia [+]

Traces of Extinct Culture. History of Siberian Folk: origins, development and state-of-the-artSiberian State Aerospace University offers a unique opportunity for foreign students to enlarge the scope, to visit the heart of Russia, to observe the beauty of amazing and enigmatic Siberia, to acquire invaluable experience of the archeological work in actual field environment.Participants will get a chance to plunge into the Russian culture with an intensive course of the Russian language. They will visit local museums and get acquainted with the region’s history, traditions and customs, and also take participation in celebration of native ceremonies and holidays.Period: 09 July – 24 July, 2012... [-]


Course in Health and Wellbeing in the Ancient World

FutureLearn
Online Part time 6 weeks January 2019 United Kingdom UK Online

Use literary and archaeological evidence to see how ancient Greeks and Romans approached health, well-being, and societal issues. [+]

Understand Greek and Roman approaches to health and well-being

What did being healthy in ancient Rome or Greece look like? How can we tell what well-being meant in ancient times?

This online course will help you investigate these questions, using both literary and archaeological evidence, to uncover details of real life in ancient societies.

We will divide the body up into organs and systems, using each to explore ancient theories on the structure and function of the human body.

We will discover what ancient societies thought about topics that we still wrestle with today – from the relationship between mind and body to sexuality, aging, and gender.

What topics will you cover? What is health? Ancient and modern perspectives on health and disease Medicine, religion, and magic Using online resources Vision: theories of sight, approaches to eye disease, including drugs and surgery Body modifications Diet and digestion Human waste: using evidence from toilets and sewers Conception and birth: theories and practices Ideal bodies and disabled bodies The health of the army: recruiting and treating soldiers What will you achieve? ... [-]

Course : World War 1: A History in 100 Stories

FutureLearn
Online Full time Part time 5 weeks January 2019 United Kingdom UK Online + 1 more

Change the way you see World War 1 as you explore stories of hope, suffering, and loss from newly released historical archives. [+]

25 April 2015 marked the Centenary of the Gallipoli Landings.

The Gallipoli Campaign was Australia and New Zealand’s first major military engagement in World War 1. The Anzacs went on to fight in Palestine, Egypt and the Western Front and suffered one of the highest casualty rates of any allied army.

Often confronting, always challenging, this course involves a critical examination of a conflict that changed the world.

This free online course is part of the 100 Stories Project at Monash University, commemorating the Anzac centenary and exploring the cost of war. The course will coincide with ANZAC Day on 25th April and suggests new and more inclusive ways of remembering.

Go on a journey across the battlefields of Gallipoli and the Western Front on which the war was fought and into the homes of the ordinary people who suffered it. ... [-]

Course : A History of Royal Food and Feasting

FutureLearn
Online Full time Part time 5 weeks January 2019 United Kingdom UK Online + 1 more

Chart the history of royal food in the splendor of royal palaces. [+]

Explore the history of royal food through the tastes of five key monarchs.

From the Tudors to the 20th century you’ll join expert historians, curators and food scientists from the University of Reading and Historic Royal Palaces, and indulge in the changing tastes of successive generations of royalty and experience the splendor of their palaces. We’ll take an intimate look behind the scenes at some of the most incredible palaces in England; Henry VIII at Hampton Court Palace, Elizabeth I at the Tower of London, George I at Hampton Court Palace, George III at Kew Palace and Victoria at Kensington Palace.

What topics will you cover?

Week 1: King Henry VIII and Hampton Court Palace... [-]


Course : A History of Public Health in Post-War Britain

FutureLearn
Online Full time Part time 3 weeks November 2018 United Kingdom UK Online + 1 more

Understand where public health has come from, why it looks the way it does today and where it might go next. [+]

History can offer us a unique insight into the public health problems, policies, and practices of the past, and is of critical importance to our understanding of healthcare in the contemporary world.

This online course will offer you an opportunity to bring the past into conversation with the present, enabling you to set the changing nature of public health in post-war Britain in context with changes seen today.

What topics will you cover? How the meaning and scope of public health has changed in Britain over the last 70 years The nature of public health services and their shifting relationship to local government and the National Health Service Individual responsibility for public health How chronic disease became a key challenge for public health The persistence of infectious disease and the appearance of new conditions like HIV/AIDS Socioeconomic status and its impact on public health Health education techniques, tactics, and effectiveness Attempts to use regulations to improve public health The limits of public health, its successes, and failures over time. What will you achieve? ... [-]

Course in England in the Time of King Richard III

FutureLearn
Online Part time 6 weeks January 2019 United Kingdom UK Online

The discovery of the skeleton of Richard III in a Leicester car park - and the recent revelations of an infidelity within his family’s bloodline - have made headline news around the world. [+]

The discovery of the skeleton of Richard III in a Leicester car park - and the recent revelations of an infidelity within his family’s bloodline - have made headline news around the world.

In this free online course, a team of scholars from the University of Leicester address a broad set of themes about the England Richard would have inhabited in the 15th century and look back at his rediscovery and reinterment.

Explore the Wars of the Roses

The political scene in the 15th century was dominated by savage dynastic warfare – the Wars of the Roses - in which allegiances and power shifted among an aristocratic clique, with devastating outcomes.

The century also saw the abandonment of many villages through general population decline and a shift towards greater use of the land for pasture farming. But demand for labour meant that the prosperity of working people rose, and towards the end of the century, the introduction of printing transformed access to literacy and books.... [-]


Course in WW1 Heroism: Through Art and Film

FutureLearn
Online Part time 2 weeks January 2019 United Kingdom UK Online

The centenary of the First World War is a time for reflection and exploration. In this short course, you will discover just some of the ways that heroism is portrayed through art and film. [+]

The centenary of the First World War is a time for reflection and exploration. In this short course you will discover just some of the ways that heroism is portrayed through art and film.

You will explore recruitment posters and the messages they portrayed for both those going to war and those staying at home, as well as researching WW1 art and reflecting upon a painting you have chosen. You will then move on to explore contemporary German film, consolidating your learning by reviewing a recent book, film, or TV programme about the First World War.

What topics will you cover? Analysis of recruitment posters and the messages they portrayed for both those going to war and those staying at home Researching posters: use of words and images to invoke emotions about heroism World War 1: how ideas about heroism changed from 1914 onwards Heroism and film: exploring the differences between current images of World War 1 heroes in Germany, France, and Britain Film reviews: contrasting ways in which the meaning of World War 1 is constructed and debated in Germany today What will you achieve? Reflect on how the First World War affected the heroic ideals of the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Assess WW1 posters and interpret the message that each poster would have given to those signing up during the war years. Explore art from WW1 and discuss thoughts with other students. Curate an exhibition of paintings of WW1 heroes and heroines to help reflect on the... [-]

Course From World War to White Heat: the RAF in the Cold War

FutureLearn
Online Part time 6 weeks Open Enrollment United Kingdom UK Online

This free online course is a collaboration between the Royal Air Force (RAF) Museums and the Department of History at Royal Holloway, University of London. It will introduce you to some of the major turning points in the history of Britain in the post-1945 era. [+]

This free online course is a collaboration between the Royal Air Force (RAF) Museums and the Department of History at Royal Holloway, University of London. It will introduce you to some of the major turning points in the history of Britain in the post-1945 era.

Explore the changing role of the RAF during the Cold War

Guided by Dr Ross Mahoney, Aviation Historian, RAF Museum, and Dr Emmett Sullivan, Senior Lecturer in History, Royal Holloway, the course will examine:

The role of the RAF in the early Cold War period; RAF’s operations across the globe in an era of decolonisation; Britain’s decision to develop a nuclear deterrent; The development of the RAF’s strategic nuclear capability, the V-Force; The role of the RAF in defending UK airspace; The re-focus on NATO after East of Suez and the transfer of the strategic nuclear role to the Royal Navy; The RAF’s contribution to NATO. Consider how the RAF is remembered and memorialised ... [-]

Course in Empire: the Controversies of British Imperialism

FutureLearn
Online Part time 6 weeks November 2018 United Kingdom UK Online

The British Empire was the largest empire ever seen. It ruled over a quarter of the world’s population and paved the way for today’s global economy. But British imperialism isn’t without controversy, and it continues to cause enormous disagreement among historians today. This free online course will help you understand why. [+]

The British Empire was the largest empire ever seen. It ruled over a quarter of the world’s population and paved the way for today’s global economy. But British imperialism isn’t without controversy, and it continues to cause enormous disagreement among historians today. This free online course will help you understand why.

Explore the British Empire through six controversial themes

Over six weeks, we’ll explore the British Empire through six themes - money, violence, race, religion, gender and sex, and propaganda. You’ll get to hear the stories of the fascinating individuals who contributed to both its rise and fall.

Along the way, you’ll be able to debate the questions these themes raise with learners from around the world and draw your own conclusions.... [-]


Course in Rome: a Virtual Tour of the Ancient City

FutureLearn
Online Part time 5 weeks November 2018 United Kingdom UK Online

Take a guided tour around ancient Rome with University of Reading expert, Dr Matthew Nicholls, using his detailed, historically accurate and award-winning, 3D digital model of this awe-inspiring city. [+]

Take a guided tour around ancient Rome with University of Reading expert, Dr Matthew Nicholls, using his detailed, historically accurate and award-winning, 3D digital model of this awe-inspiring city.

Immerse yourself in the architecture and history of Ancient Rome

Join Matthew on a walk around the city of Rome, and ask yourself:

Why was this ancient city built where it was? Did all roads really lead to Rome? How was drinking water supplied to the city’s million inhabitants? Where did Romans worship their gods and meet their political masters? And which buildings provided a backdrop for the spectacular events that both celebrated emperors and secured the loyalty of the masses?... [-]


Course in Superpowers of the Ancient World: the Near East

FutureLearn
Online Part time 4 weeks Open Enrollment United Kingdom UK Online

Over four weeks, this free online course explores four ancient Near-Eastern cultures and how they interacted with each other 3,500 years ago. [+]

Over four weeks, this free online course explores four ancient Near-Eastern cultures and how they interacted with each other 3,500 years ago.

Tracking the Egyptian, Mitannian and Hittite superpowers

Travel, diplomacy, trade and warfare feature, as we track the ancient Egyptian, Mitannian and Hittite superpowers. We will see how they came into contact with each other in their efforts to extend their influence into the ever-contested Syria-Palestine lands.

We will examine objects from the University of Liverpool’s Garstang Museum of Archaeology - one of the most important collections of artifacts in the UK - enabling you to learn not only about the history of this period but also how experts use artifacts to reconstruct the past.... [-]