|English for Work||E3–L1||City&Guilds||This course is a basic introduction to Literacy, the elements of this programme will be Speaking and Listening combined with Reading and Writing.Completing this programme and gaining a qualification will have a significant and positive impact– not only does it enhance your literacy skills, it also builds confidence and self-esteem.|
|Certificate in Speaking & Listening in English (sol)||E3||Open College Network NI||This class is for people whose first language is not English. The class is taught at Entry level: Beginners & Improvers Suitable for those taking their first steps in English and for those who can speak and understand some basic English.|
|Crafting English||This is a speaking English course for women from our minority ethnic communities. This group offers an informal approach to improving your English through working at Crafts, and sharing skills.|
|Maths for Work||E3–L1||City & Guilds||This course is an introduction to Numeracy, the programme will deal with every aspect of numeracy Levels 1. Completing this programme and gaining a qualification will have a significant and positive impact– not only does it enhance your numeracy skills, it also builds confidence and self- esteem.|
|Counselling Skills||CSK-L2||Counselling and Psychotherapy Central Awarding Body||This qualification is for you if you wish to acquire the counselling skills necessary to help others in either a voluntary or employed capacity. This course will not teach you to be a counsellor but may help you decide if you wish to train as one. For For information on grants upto £500 contact http://www.communityfoundationni.org/womens-fund|
|Counselling Studies||CST-L3||Counselling and Psychotherapy Central Awarding Body||This follow up qualification from the Certificate in Counselling Level 2 will help you to develop a proficient understanding of counselling skills, helping you to utilize these skills as an important element of your work as a helping professional. For information on grants upto £500 contact http://www.communityfoundationni.org/womens-fund|
|Understanding Substance Misuse||USM-L2||Counselling and Psychotherapy Central Awarding Body||The aim of this course is to help participants gain an understanding of the impact, on individuals, on families and on society in general, of substance misuse. The course will introduce students to personal and cultural aspects of the use / misuse of prescribed and non- prescribed substances. For information on grants upto £500 contact http://www.communityfoundationni.org/womens-fund|
|Dipl. Therapeutic Counselling||TC-L4||Counselling and Psychotherapy Central Awarding Body||The CPCAB Diploma will be your route to achieving the Open university foundation Degree in Counselling. After completing the 2 year Diploma you will have 120 credits towards you Open University Foundation Degree. For Financial Assistance please visit www.gov.uk/career-development-loans/overview|
|Computers & Online Basics||E3||City & Guilds||This 8 week programme will give you a basic knowledge of using a computer and develop the skills needed to complete some basics or everyday tasks in a confident way.|
|Bookkeeping & Accounts||L1-L2||City & Guilds||This course will enable you to assess your competence and understanding in carrying out a range of basic day-to-day book-keeping routines and activities using a single entry manual book-keeping system. For information on grants upto £500 contact http://www.communityfoundationni.org/womens-fund|
|Bookkeeping & Accounts||L3||City & Guilds||The aim of the level 3 qualification is to further develop the practices and processes studied at level 1& 2 accounts. To enable candidates to record and interpret financial transactions up to and including Final Accounts of different organisations. For information on grants upto £500 contact http://www.communityfoundationni.org/womens-fund|
|Cert. in Adult Social Care in NI||L1&L2||City & Guilds||This qualification is aimed at learners interested in , or new to, working in adult social care N.I. It aims to provide an introduction into the principles of social care to develop knowledge around the areas relating to working in adult social care.|
|Health Awareness Programme|
|Multi-Cultural Women’s Group|
|Nail Art & Make Up||L1||Open College Network NI|
|Garment Making||L1||Open College Network NI|
|Pattern Cutting/Fashion Design||L2||City & Guilds|
|Up Cycling Crafts||L1||City & Guilds|
Stay & Play
Baby Massage/Baby Reflexology
|Digital Photography Skills||L1|
Building Skills at the Womens Centre
The Women’s Centre’s April 2017 timetable is available now. We are open for enrolments throughout July & August.
- Sign Up as soon as possible to secure your place. You can do this any day of the week throughout July and August.
- Call in to the Centre and have a look at the new list of courses and projects on offer.
- Visit our website and keep up to date through the Centre’s Facebook page.
On-site childcare available for children aged 8 weeks to 4 years.
- Fees to be paid on registration
For further information, contact Dee or Rayna at The Women’s Centre, Beibhinn House, 5 Guildhall Street
Telephone 028 71 267672
Web address: www.thewomenscentre.co.uk
The Women’s Centre is supported by DSD (VCU), Dept. of Employment & Learning (DEL), EU/ESF programme, Derry City Council, BBC Children in Need, NWRC, BCPP, CIF.