A new six-week course that will give you the skills you need to begin a creative career.
**We have a handful of places left for the next course starting Monday, March 7th for 6 weeks**
What will the sessions cover?
By the end of the 6 weeks you will have up-cycled a piece of furniture to your own unique design. In the first 3 weeks you’ll develop the skills and different techniques you need on smaller projects such as outdoor pots which will mean you’re confident and skilled up :). Then from week 4 you’ll apply these skills and knowledge to pre-loved furniture to create a unique piece. Your experienced tutor will guide you through each stage so that you feel confident and able to take the skills away to use independently.
You’ll meet a group of like-minded people, and you’ll have volunteer opportunities at The Vale to widen your experience if you’d like to contribute to exciting live projects delivered from The Vale.
Where and when?
All sessions will take place at The Vale. OL5 9JL
The first practical session for this course is Monday March 7th at 10am – 2pm.
The course will run every Monday for 6 weeks with the final session taking place on April 11th.
Can I join?
This course is designed to give you the training you need to get back into employment and offer support to anyone struggling from the effects of unemployment.
This course has been generously funded by the European Social Fund (ESF). To take part, you must be
- Over 16
- Unemployed or economically inactive
- Greater Manchester resident
We’re particularly interested in hearing from participants who are over 50, retired and economically inactive*
*By economically inactive we mean someone who is retired or not currently earning from working, and may not be claiming benefits. It excludes those registered self-employed or students
How Do I Join?
Sign up today via the form below
If you’d like to find out more, drop us an email on email@example.com or give us a call on 01457 238 089
This is a free course funded by the European Social Fund, managed by Bangdrum CIC