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base course

1. A foundation or footing course, as the lowest course in a masonry wall.
2. A layer of selected material of planned thickness, constructed on the subgrade or subbase for the purpose of serving one or more functions such as distributing load, providing drainage, minimizing frost action, etc.
3. The lowest layer in a pavement construction.
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But the foundation course isn't funded, so she'll have to pay the PS9,250 tuition fees herself.
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The Building Craft Foundation Course students from Llandrillo College Rhyl were at Wales & West Housing's site at Cefndy Road in the town where they have contracted leading North Wales building firm Anwyl Construction to work on a new housing estate.
To book online, visit the Foundation course page, search by venue and choose week and course code.
Miami, FL, November 02, 2014 --( Anyone interested in joining a comprehensive 200 hour, 21 day foundation course focusing on both Ayurveda and Hatha Yoga in November 2014 can contact the school director for a last minute registration price.
Saud Al Ameri, Director of Enrolment Deanship Foundation, said around 2,400 students have at least one foundation course and about 55 per cent of the continuing students complete the programme's requirements in one year.
If you are a mature student, and have work experience, but lack traditional qualifications, you could find an alternative route into higher education through a Foundation Year or Foundation course, or an Access to Higher Education course.

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