Opportunity for young people to develop their skill set Opportunity for young people to develop their skill set
Impact Arts has an opportunity for a number of young people to develop their skill set. If you are aged between 16 – 25... Opportunity for young people to develop their skill set

Impact Arts has an opportunity for a number of young people to develop their skill set.

If you are aged between 16 – 25 and not currently in education, employment or training and want to develop your creative skill set? Then this might be the opportunity for you.

Participants will get invaluable hands-on experience of environmental art, landscaping, designing greenspaces and growing and planting. They will also learn about biodiversity and gauge the local community’s thoughts on green issues and how they affect quality of life.

Those taking part will also get advice on CVs and job-hunting, and will have the chance to complete an SQA stage 3 award on employability.

Funding and support for the project comes from Barrhead Housing Association, Inspiring Scotland, the Big Lottery Fund’s Our Bright Future initiative and the Scottish Government’s People and Communities Fund.

You can register your interest here.

Participants will earn £55 per week plus travel.

If you are interested and would like to discuss the programme further, please contact Impact Arts Programme Manager Jamie Proudfoot on 0141 575 3001 / 07741 640 417 or email jamie.proudfoot@impactarts.co.uk.

CREATIVE PATHWAYS: ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN, BARRHEAD
12-week programme
Aimed at 16-25 year olds not in employment, education or training
27th August – 23rd November 2018

The ARC Centre, 64 Aurs Drive, Auchenback, Barrhead, G78 2LW
Tuesday – Friday, 9.30am – 4pm




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