Tackling youth crime through positive interventions is a high priority for us. In early January we kick-started this commitment by training a number of programme volunteers and young staff members in ways to tackle the problem. ‘Using Sport to Tackle Youth Crime’ is a recognised qualification developed by national awarding body 1st4sport and the Active Communities Network. The course provides
A team of young leaders from across our projects will be taking part in a training course over the next 2 days. Krishan and Susie will be delivering the VRQ ‘Using Sport to Tackle Youth Crime’ award which will give the volunteers a greater insight in to the industry The course is funded by our
Our sincere thanks to the 3 Spires Round Table for the generous donation made to our Dance Academy for the purchase of new mirrors! Thanks to the guys from the group for the visit and presentation. Chair of Trustees, Brian stated “Our heart-felt thanks to all at the 3 Spires Round Table for the donation
A massive “well done” to our young Volunteers and Mentors who spent the weekend getting trained up. An incredible weekend! ” I have been on the project for years, I feel ready to help younger people like I got helped, this is my family!” Lauren, aged 16
Below is a link for a number of sessional staff opportunities within our team. The deadline for applicants is December 13th. We look forward to hearing from you! http://www.wmjobs.co.uk/careers/details.aspx?nPostingId=7803&nPostingTargetId=10439&id=QO0FK026203F3VBQB796GF60U&LG=UK
We are pleased to announce that the team have recently won two awards! In September we picked up the Community Cohesion Award, followed last week by the Compact Partnership Commendation Award for our 2012-2013 Teenage Health Programme Thank you to all the young people and partners for the on-going support!