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Community engagement runs through everything we do and nowhere is that more evident than in our schools and family, and community interpreting courses. In both areas we offer a progression route into courses which are Level 3 accredited, and we also run courses to develop your volunteering skills, alongside community based courses to promote citizenship and democracy. Whether you are interested in developing qualifications relevant to work, wish to support your children as they grow up, or find some new ways to get involved in your community our community and family courses are a great way to start.

Introduction to Support and Teaching in Schools (2 Week Intensive Course) View details

A short course for anyone who wants to know more about working or volunteering in a school or Early Years setting.

Introduction to Helping in a School View details

A short course to find out how to support children’s learning.

Helping Your Child Manage Stress and Anxiety View details

This 2 session course will provide an introduction to the causes and impact of stress and anxiety on children and will introduce learners to a range of strategies to help children to overcome these challenges. Within CANVAS learners will be signposted to additional digital resources to develop their learning and meet their individual needs beyond the session.

Family Cooking together View details

: Learn to make simple but fun foods such as no yeast pizza, Aloo Tikki with mint yogurt and to bake some lovely cupcakes.

Understanding the Role of a Community Interpreter View details

Before you can do this course, you will need to join an Initial Assessment to make sure the course is right for you. For more information and to book a a place in the course related Initial Assessment please call 0300 303 3464. In this course you will learn about the roles and responsibilities of a community interpreter and the settings in which they work. You will also discuss the differences in public service provision between the UK and another country and learn about the dynamics of communities regarding access to public services. You will develop your knowledge of public service terminology and language difficulties which may arise in community interpreting situations.

SWAP Introduction to helping in a school - Pathways View details

A short course to find out how to support children’s learning.

Introduction to helping in a school - Pathways View details

A short course to find out how to support children’s learning.

Volunteering Initial Assessment West Midlands View details

We will discuss your skills and experience with you, talk to you about the qualification available and ask you to complete a task to see which course is right for you. We will also provide you with information about the work you will need to complete during your studies.

Level 2 Award in Preparation for Work in Community Interpreting View details

This is an accredited course. You will need to talk to a member of staff and do a short activity to make sure the course is right for you. For more information and to book an appointment please call 0300 303 3464 This course is for students who are interested in community interpreting work in a voluntary or paid capacity. You will gain knowledge and skills of community interpreting; learning about the role of codes of practice and the settings where interpreters may be required to work (including housing, education, social care, welfare benefits, immigration and health.)

What is community interpreting? Pathways taster View details

This taster session will help students understand key aspects of the work of a community interpreter and decide if they would like to do an accredited Level 1 Community Interpreting course.