Community Notice Category: Notice
A fully funded Level 3 NOCN London accredited Community Development course available for a small number of learners Nov 17-Feb 18
The course, which will be £997 in future is being offered under the Erasmus project, by Plymouth Mind.
Learners will have access to online resources in order to complete the level 3 modules with support from an assigned expert tutor.
Modules are available to complete through distance learning alongside classroom learning should learners request that option.
- Key skills for community development and support (e.g. marketing, finance, fund-raising, writing proposals).
- Organisational development and management (e.g. ‘soft skills’, such as people management and communication).
- Working with vulnerable groups to encompass mental health and disability (e.g. working with people with long-term mental health problems and young people with common mental health issues).
- Developing client’s confidence and motivation (e.g. job coaching and motivational interviewing techniques to aid motivation to engage in employment or education for clients low in self-efficacy).
- Volunteering – development and management (e.g. key skills for working with community groups and employers to develop, manage and support volunteering activities).
Optional (choose 2)
- Up-skilling – training employers (e.g. key skills for working with employers to build resilience, develop, manage and support apprenticeships and social partnerships).
- Working with ‘NEETS’ – young people not in education or employment (e.g. developing confidence, working with young people’s common mental health issues, building personal skills).
- Working with older adults not in employment or education (e.g. developing confidence, working with common mental health and physical health issues in later life, supporting change of career and volunteering).
- Working with troubled families (developing and supporting aspiration, safeguarding vulnerable adults and children, using motivational interviewing skills for change).
- Working with clients referred via the Criminal Justice System such as exoffenders (developing a client’s confidence and skills, working with substance abuse and common mental health issues, understanding legal and social frameworks).
For further information please contact email@example.com
Places are limited to 12 learners in total, please contact ASAP to reserve your place.