Building Better Opportunities

Building Better Opportunities

Current Opportunity: Introduction to Wellbeing and Wildlife Course

Do you want to boost your wellbeing and connect to the nature around you? Then this FREE course could be for you! Learning about Wildlife and Wellbeing will be achieved through mindful photography—all you need is a phone with a camera! 

If you are 19 or over, unemployed or economically inactive you can sign up and get involved. This is an eight-week course with a mix of online and in person (covid–safe) sessions. The sessions will be supported by Zoom and a WhatsApp Group. Starting in April 2021

For more information contact Annderley Hill on a.hill@herefordshirewt.co.uk

Herefordshire Wildlife Trust is one of a number of organisations who will deliver practical training sessions as part of the Building Better Opportunities programme funded by the National Lottery Community Fund and European Social Fund. The project aims to build the skills and confidence of people who are not in work to help them into the job market.

Landau

The scheme will be managed by charity Landau who are already successfully delivering a similar project in Shropshire, Telford and Wrekin. 

www.landau.co.uk

Opportunities at Herefordshire Wildlife Trust

Herefordshire Wildlife Trust will be providing various training opportunities including in orchard management and apple juice production, play-work training to develop the skills to work with young people; wildlife conservation management and retail training in the organisation’s two shops. The training is delivered through six-week placements and each person enrolled will have a dedicated mentor who will assess and support their progress through the course.

Our Funders

The Building Better Opportunities programme in Herefordshire is funded by the Big Lottery and the European Social Fund as part of the 2014-2020 European Structural and Investment Funds Growth Programme in England to support projects in England that tackle poverty and promote social inclusion.

Those wanting more information about the programme and how to apply should contact:

Julia Morton 

 

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