Education and Prevention Services are continuing to support vulnerable young people aged 9 to 18 years during the period of school closures.
The staff are able to deliver Safeline Safer Relationships Courses which are tailored to an individuals needs and it addition to this a range of ASDAN accredited courses.
The ASDAN courses enable students to achieve an accredited award in a number of subjects whilst also receiving advice and support on how to keep safe and improve mental health.
The courses currently being delivered are as follows :
Lift off for Primary Schools – Focused on the transition period from Primary to Secondary School. This includes help from Patrinda a former Primary School teacher with basic English and Maths.
Expressive Arts – A range of modules and challenges covering the arts and creativity including careers.
Sports and Fitness – Challenges focused on sport, keeping fit and working in the fitness industry.
Careers and Experiencing Work – Covering all aspects of obtaining employment or further education including CV writing and interview preparation.
Peer Mentoring- Supporting other children and young people who are struggling with different issues or peer engagement.
PSHE – General support regarding personal and social development including health.
Volunteering- Helping to support charities and other community organisations.
The ASDAN award is a recognised accreditation which can be used to enhance a young person’s curriculum vitae.
Other courses are available on request.
A member of the team will complete an assessment with parents prior to any session commencing.
Contact with young people will take place by telephone or internet services for example Skype or e-mail following consent from parents for each session.
Clients or parents interested in these courses for their children or young people aged between 9 and 18 years old or who would like more information – please email the team