Monthly Archives September 2017

We the Curious free weekend!

Hello! Knowle West weekend on the 23/24 September 2017. The newly re-branded We The Curious (previously @Bristol) is running a free weeked for Knowle West residents! From We The Curious… Entrance on this weekend is free for people who live in Knowle West or families with children who go to school in this area. Visitors need to complete and bring an original flyer-ticket in order to gain free entry however there will also be spare flyer-tickets on the welcome desk if people need to fill one out on the day. Flyer-tickets should be with you or they can be found
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Courses from North Bristol Community Project

We’re proud to advertise our first course for 17/18 working in partnership with the North Bristol Community Project You can visit their webpage for more details on the excellent resources they provide their local community. Sewing for employability  
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North Bristol Community Project

North Bristol Community Project (NBCP) provides a range of education, leisure and volunteer opportunities. We aim to support individuals from dissadvantaged groups such as refugees, asylum seekers, the unemployed, people with mental health issues, those recovering from substance misuse, the homeless, minority ethnic groups, women who have experienced domestic violence, older people experiencing social isolation, carers, ex-offenders, young people leaving Care and ex-veterans. North Bristol Community Project delivers most of it’s activities on site but we also work in collaboration with many partner organisations to deliver activities in informal settings in and around Bristol. NBCP also hosts European programmes such
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We’re looking for new tutors!

For those looking for a new challenge we’ve just advertised, a position of Health and Social Care and Family Learning Casual Tutor: Working for Bristol City Council Salary: £25-28 per taught hour (currently under review) Details of Role: Bristol City Council’s Community Learning Team are looking for casual/part time tutors to deliver the following courses: Accredited Health and Social Care courses at L1 Family Learning courses We are funded though the Education and Skills Funding agency to provide free courses to adults with few or no qualifications.  We currently offer Health and Social Care at Level 1 as a stand alone,
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N-Gaged training

N-Gaged Training & Recruitment Ltd – An award winning professional training company in Bristol,formed in 2008. Since 2008 when N-Gaged was formed as a logistics training organisation, the company has grown and diversified and is now delivering training across a number of differing areas. Focusing in Logistics, Taxi Driving and Pre-Employment Training. The work N-Gaged undertaken has been recognized as exemplary by national blue chip companies, Trade Unions, Colleges, Job Centre Plus and individuals alike. MISSION STATEMENT To drive and enhance the ambitions and aspirations of individuals who wish to gain sustainable employment, or to progress within their careers. To
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Google Classroom

Thursday 21st September 4:00 – 6:00pm A simple to use VLE. We will practice creating online courses for extension activities Book online
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Google Drive course

Friday 15th September 9am – 12pm Basic Google Drive training course to get used to sharing and storing files online.   Book online here
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Mindful parenting

A note passed to us by an orginisation in Bristol we wanted to circulate: My name is Donna, I am a co-director of the ‘Mindful Parenting & Community Project’ in Bristol. We are a ‘not for profit’ organisation providing Mindfulness courses for parents, teachers and pupils. We are one of the leading organisations in the South West specialising in Mindfulness for vulnerable and disadvantaged families and carers including fostered and adoptive parents. One of the ways we support our ongoing work with vulnerable families beyond funding applications is by offering these amazing courses to the general public. We have a
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Tutor conference & new courses

Wow! So much going on already after the summer holidays. We’ve got courses from our friends at YES and CMT services. Plus courses to help you with work, english and maths. Plus it’s our tutor conference tomorrow. We’ll be meeting all of our excellent tutors and partners from across Bristol, South Gloucestershire and North Somerset and chatting and improving our service. Thanks to everyone who has helped make 2016-17 a great year.   Notes from the self defense course are here Slides from Prevent course here Embedding wider CL outcomes course here, and the notes from sessions   Photos from the
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