Find Out About Climbing Out – A Charity For Young People

Monday 7th April – 2.30pm – 3.30pm or 5.30pm – 6.30pm

Shirehall, Shrewsbury (SY2 6ND) in the Oswestry Room

Climbing Out in partnership with Shropshire Council’s Leisure Services would like to invite you to attend an informal information session about the great work Climbing Out is currently doing and how you or your organisation could get involved.

Climbing Out is a Shropshire based charity that works with young people facing life changing injury and illness. They run 5 day residential outdoor activity programmes that aim to help the young people taking part, regain their confidence and self-esteem, and provide them with the opportunity to realise what they can still achieve, despite the challenges they face.

A brief agenda for the sessions will be as follows:

  • Who are Climbing Out and what are they about?
  • Information about the programmes available, what activities they include and when how young people can access them.
  • Opportunities available through Climbing Out, including their newly formed wheelchair basketball club.
  • How can organisations get involved with the charity?
  • Questions and answers

We would strongly encourage anyone who works with young people to attend one of these meetings, as the programmes are a fantastic opportunity and have a huge impact on the lives of young people.

Kelda Wood, founder of Climbing Out, will be leading discussions and will be happy to answer any queries you may have.

For more information about Climbing Out please visit: www.climbingout.org.uk  or you can get in touch with Kelda at info@keldawood.co.uk

Please email Kelda to register your attendance at one of the sessions listed above.

 

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Qualifications required: British gymnastics Trampoline coach level 2 or higher

Job purpose: To provide safe and enjoyable trampoline training

 

¨      Develop interesting and varied coaching programmes to maximise customer satisfaction

¨      Provide a friendly, unthreatening environment in which participants can enjoy the learning experience

¨      Plan Schemes of work and lesson plans for each course and session to ensure continuity, cohesion and progression

¨      Keep accurate records of sessions and candidate progress

¨      Adhere to British gymnastics safety guidelines to ensure injury free sessions

¨      Make sure equipment is set up safely and in accordance with best practice guidelines

¨      Liaise with and support the children’s activities manager in order to ensure delivery of good trampoline coaching

¨      Act in accordance with Health and safety guidelines, Normal and emergency operational procedures according to the needs of the centre

¨      Carry out other unspecified tasks commensurate with capability, experience and job Title

 

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During the summer, Worcester City Council undertook a budget consultation which asked Worcester residents and businesses for their views on what the budget priorities should be in 2014/15, where money should be spent and ideas for income generation.

 

We would now like to build on the responses and will be carrying out focus groups to probe further into people’s priorities for the budget.  We are therefore looking to carry out focus groups with residents who are women; 18-24/students; from a minority ethnic background and are willing to share their views with us.

 

The sessions will be held on:

Young people/Students –Tuesday 21st January at 4pm in the Council Chamber, Guildhall, High Street, WR1 2EY

Women – Wednesday22nd January at 1.30 p.m. in the Court room, Guildhall, High Street, WR1 2EY

Minority ethnic background –Tuesday 28th January at 6.30pm at Horizon Centre Midland Road, Worcester, WR5 1DS

The focus groups will run for a maximum of 90 minutes and a cash incentive of £20 will be given to each participant.

 

The sessions will be facilitated independently by Oakham Research.  (Oakham Research is a specialist market research consultancy who strictly abides by the Market Research Society Code of Conduct.)  The focus group will be operated within these professional standards:http://www.mrs.org.uk/standards/codeconduct.htm

 

If you are interested in being involved you will need to contact Gemma Poxon on 01905 722050 or emailgemma.poxon@worcester.gov.uk providing your name, contact email or telephone number by 20th January.

As there are limited spaces available please note everyone has to be confirmed as an attendee, noone is allowed to just turn up on the day!!

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