These courses are subsidised for learners who are unemployed and/or below a full level 2- if you would like to know more please contact the office on 01452 863855 and speak to one of the Education Team.
Exploring Arts For Health
This course is aimed at people who are interested in working in the Health and Social Care sector and ideal for those looking to progress onto accredited courses in this area. The sessions will allow you to explore your creative ideas and how to practically apply them when working with groups, this offers you the opportunity to learn a range of skills to run creative activities in the workplace.
Thursdays 10.00 - 12.30
Gloucester Resource Centre
April 26th, May 3rd, 10th, 17th, 24th, June 7th, 14th, 21st
This course aims to develop the skills and experience of those wishing to develop their artistic career in a practical and employment focused way. With expert guidance you will gain the skills to allow you to become an effective employee or give you the confidence to become self-employed.
Starting Spring 2018
This course will boost your confidence and give you the skills needed to volunteer at a local festival. This course will explore the roles and responsibilities of volunteering at a community event as well as giving you the opportunity to volunteer at the event itself.
Starting Summer 2018
This course offers you the opportunity to prepare work for a public exhibition, mounting framing and curating work. You will steward the exhibition, engage with the public, artists and other professionals in the arts sector, as well as having the chance to exhibit your own work.
Starting Spring 2018
Booking is Essential
It is essential that you book your place on our courses. We aim to provide a learning environment that is safe and comfortable for our learners therefore each course has a set number of available spaces. Courses are popular so please book in advance to secure your place. Turning up on the day without booking may cause disappointment if the class is full. Also if there are any unforeseen changes that occur before the start of a course, learners that are booked on can be easily contacted and informed of those changes.
Employability skills explored on this programme:
Each course focuses on a range of recognised employability skills, allowing you to build a toolkit that will enable you to progress onto further opportunities.
Team Work - Identify your role/verbal communication/assertiveness/ability to compromise/shared responsibility/giving and receiving constructive criticism
Leadership - Motivate and inspire others/take initiative/interpersonal skills/making decisions/accepting responsibility
Planning and Organising - Prioritising/monitoring performance/reviewing progress/setting goals
Self-Awareness -attitude/perseverance/willingness to learn/manage change
Written/Verbal Communication - Articulate view point/active listening/body language/understand and follow written instructions/presentation skills
Problem Solving - research/inventiveness/decision making/taking action/exploring options/flexibility
Commercial Awareness - Understanding how business works/research
Customer Service - Understand needs/negotiation skills/find solutions/consistency
Numeracy - Manage everyday mathematical problems/budgets/data
Time Management - Working to a deadline/prioritising time/punctuality
Creativity and Innovation - new ideas/managing risk
IT - Knowledge of basics, e.g. Word, spreadsheets