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Employability and Mentoring View details

The use of standard literature in methods of Recovery from Substance Misuse is well documented. Our groups have found that studies involving both the A.A. Big Book and Chinese literature, specifically the I Ching, to be especially beneficial and this course will be primarily centred around the use of these.. We use mentoring and study as our foundation for personal and group development. Practically, our training includes discussion and practice regarding employability especially for the long term unemployed members. This first course is practically aimed at providing a mentoring system and a social structure to support these areas.

The Language Philosophers Use View details

The language of Philosophy, like the language of any specialism, can be obscure and unexpected and therefore a barrier to learning more about philosophical thinking and philosophers. This course tries to lower the barrier by explaining key terms used in Philosophy and giving students the opportunity to practice them. It will cover terminology used in logic, ethics, political philosophy, the theory of knowledge and metaphysics. There will be opportunities for students to ask for clarification of other philosophical terms they find confusing.

BBO Money Sorted in D2N2:How to Cope with Money Anxiety View details

Students will build their awareness of ways to combat feelings of anxiety, stress and negative thinking, as well as identifying ways to feel more in control of their finances.

Introduction to Colour Therapy View details

This workshop will take you through the way colour can enhance your mood, how you kind integrate colour into your life and how the colour and smell of aromatherapy oils can create an ambience in your living space as well as improve your physical and emotional health. This will include a short introduction to the chakras.

Chair Yoga and Meditation View details

An inclusive class open to those who already participate in yoga and fancy something a bit different and for those who struggle to lie down but would like to stretch.

Introduction to Abstract Art View details

We will explore different methods for creating abstract art, learning from 20th century modern artists to create exciting, experimental work.

BBO Money Sorted in D2N2:Budget Planning & Saving on Bills View details

To build students’ confidence in their money management abilities, including looking at ways to make savings and stick to a budget. This course will also help students to identify budgeting tools to assist them to manage their money and identify where they can make changes to help the save money.

Introduction to British Sign Language with Janet Corbett Marston View details

British Sign Language (BSL) is used by around 87,000 Deaf people, as their main language or preferred method of communication in the UK. This brief and engaging course is suitable for anyone wishing to learn the basics of how to improve their communication skills with D/deaf BSL users.

Art Journaling Techniques View details

We look at some different ways to create pages in your art journal. I will provide you with some inspiration to create an interesting page in an art journal/sketchbook.

Craft: Mini Fabric Collage with Jo McIntosh View details

This taster will give an introduction to how to choose a theme, select fabrics and use simple hand stitches to make a small fabric collage and look at ways of displaying it