Film

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For Year 8-Year 11 (age 13-16)

You will use cameras, lighting and editing software to create your own short film from start to finish and make your idea a reality.

5-7pm – The Station BS1 2AG

*(£50 for the term, free bursary places are also available so just ask)

You can book onto the courses using this link: www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/urban-arts-space-spring-term-2016-tickets-19313812132

Please note we will take payment at the first session of term.

The age range is a guideline rather than strict criteria so please let us know if anyone younger or older than the ages specified would like to book on.

Please let us know if you have any queries or would like further information.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Creative Space

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Annette.Johns@creativeyouthnetwork.org.uk
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0117 204 7338
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For Year 12-Year 13 (age 17-19)

4.30-6.30pm – The Station BS1 2AG

The space and equipment will be available for you to work on your own projects or join up with others attending to create work together - we have sewing machines, cameras, Macs, music instruments and more! It’s also a great chance to get your foot in the door and find out what else is on offer to you such as 1:1 mentoring from a professional creative in your field or being signed to our Record Label Temple Records.

The course starts the week commencing 4th Jan 2016, not including Half Term 8th-14th Feb

It offers the opportunity to do a Level 1 Bronze Arts Award and to learn in line with the National Curriculum

£25 for the term, free bursary places are also available so just ask

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Foundation Certificate in Counselling Skills - Intensive Option 2016

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office@wessexcounselling.co.uk
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01373 453355
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Foundation Certificate in Counselling Skills & Attitudes Intensive Modular Course: Spring/Summer 2016

 

Suitable for all those who are using counselling skills in their work, or wish to do so. Counselling Skills Certificates are a requirement for our accredited counselling and psychotherapy trainings (BACP and BPC accreditations). 

 

Our Intensive Foundation Certificate course (IFC) is delivered in two-day modules over 4 weekends, and two working weeks.  Successful completion of all of the assessed elements of the course will entitle students to apply for our Diploma training for 2016-2017 (September 2016 start). 

 

This course is particularly suitable for those who have had some therapy and/or previous experience in counselling or a similar helping role.

Course Dates 2016
Weekend sessions: 12th & 13th March, 16th & 17th April, 7th & 8th May, 11th & 12th June
2 x 4-day weeks: 27th & 28th June, 30th June & 1st July; 4th & 5th July, 7th & 8th July
Saturday workshop: 14th May

All days will take place at our premises in Frome, Somerset, from 10:00-17:00 each day

What is the Cost?
Fee: A fee of £1,250 applies if all fees are paid in advance of the start of the course. If applicants elect to pay in instalments a fee of £1,350 applies. All applicants will be required to contract financially for the duration of the course. Fees are exclusive of individual therapy which is a requirement to proceed onto the Diploma.

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Approved provider list for therapy and counselling in Oasis academies in Bristol

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alison.findlay@oasisuk.org
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07557 083263

Oasis academies in Bristol would like to draw up an approved provider list of experienced organisations who provide a range of therapeutic 1:1 and groupwork interventions including talking, creative, play and physical therapies for students, parents and families. Successful organisations will have the necessary skills, experience and accreditation to a recognised professional body to support students and will have a track record in successfully working in school settings.

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Accredited Mediation Training – November/December 2015

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juliec@bristol-mediation.org
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01179415379
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bristol mediation   

talk it through

Accredited Mediation Training – Novber/December 2015

 

 ¨      Would you like to be able to help settle disputes and arguments?

¨      Do you want to benefit the community or your workplace?

¨      Would you like to improve your home and work life by applying the skills there?

¨      Do you want to learn mediation skills and become an accredited mediator?

 

Bristol Mediation is offering a nationally accredited training programme in mediation and conflict resolution skills.  This is a unique opportunity to benefit from our highly valued training.  The training begins in November 2015 and will take place over six days from 9.30am to 5.30 pm. It is an essential course requirement that trainees attend full time on all course dates. You will also need to undertake some private study.

Course Dates:

 Monday & Tuesday 30th November & 1st - 7th & 8th and 14th & 15th December 2015

Cost per person £1,135*

 *We have 1 remaining place available on this course. The cost of the course may be reduced by 50% for an individual willing to make a minimum commitment to volunteer for us for at least one year. We are particularly keen to recruit someone from a BME background or from Dundry View, Kingsweston, Avonmouth, Knowle or Filwood.

 

The cost includes all course hand-outs and assessment materials, accreditation and registration with OCN (Open College Network), all trainer and venue hire costs, refreshments and lunch each day throughout the training.

 

For further information please contact Julie Cox, Service Manager, Bristol Mediation on 0117 9415379 or email: juliec@bristol-mediation.org

 

For an application pack please contact Steve Marsden, Finance & Admin Officer, Bristol Mediation on 0117 9415379 or email: info@bristol-mediation.org

  

We also offer tailored in-house training for organisations that have a minimum of 6 attendees.  For further information about this please contact Julie Cox, Service Manager, Bristol Mediation on 0117 9415379 or email her juliec@bristol-mediation.org

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No Need To Be Lonely This Xmas

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info@bristolsocialgroup.com
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03456 121 770
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NO NEED TO BE LONELY THIS XMAS

The hardworking team at Bristol Social Group have dedicated their lives to alleviating the problem of isolation and loneliness.  All manor of social events are offered.  Dining Out.  Parties.  Activities.  And much more.

In the modern world it can be difficult to meet people and make friends.  We set up a ready made 'group of friends' that anybody can sign up to join in with.

Telephone our customer friendly number 03456 121 770 for further details.

http://www.bristolsocialgroup.com

@Bristol_SG

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Youth Work courses are now recruiting - University of Gloucestershire

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sbullock@glos.ac.uk
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01242 715402
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The University of Gloucestershire train and qualify people to work with children and young people and have now started their next recruiting round.

We hope to start a PGDip youth work qualifying course in January 2016.  this is for anyone who has an unrelated degree but wishes to qualify as a youth worker.

Our undergraduate courses in Youth Work and children and young people's practice are also now recruiting to start in September 2016.

Do check out our course pages:http://www.glos.ac.uk/Pages/default.aspx and start applying

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RESTORATIVE JUSTICE IN HOUSING WORKSHOPS

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RESTORATIVE JUSTICE IN HOUSING WORKSHOPS

 

South Gloucestershire and BANES.

 

25th November 9.15am-12.30pm and repeated again 1.15pm-4.30pm

UWE Lecture Theatre 1R026 (Morning) and 2Q50/51 (Afternoon) 

In South Gloucestershire and B&NES (the Police North East District Area) the Avon and Somerset Police and the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner’s funded service for restorative justice provision is now fully implemented.

Referrals can now be made to the RJ Coordinator based at Keynsham Police Centre who will assess them and pass them onto the delivery partner, NERAP (North East Restorative Approaches project).  NERAP is a partnership of established local agencies: Bristol Mediation, SARI and also the Bristol Neighbourhood Justice Team.

The OPCC wants to promote this service to Housing Associations and Neighbourhood Teams as it is recognised that neighbourhoods, housing and accommodation services are key partners for the provision, as they also look after many local residents who may face or perpetrate incidents.  To raise awareness of this service for this sector the OPCC, in conjunction with the North East delivery partner NERAP, is organising an event to reach the communities in South Gloucestershire and BANES. The event will take the form of a three hour workshop to raise awareness and to encourage referrals of cases affecting housing tenants.

These workshops, explain RJ and the referral process, will be held on 25th November between 9.30-12.30pm and repeated again from 1.30pm-4.30pm. There will be inputs from Restorative Approaches in Housing (RAIH), Avon and Somerset Police, OPCC, SARI, Bristol Mediation and the UWE.

Venue:  The morning workshop will be held in Lecture Theatre 1R026, 9.15am for a 9.30am start with the afternoon session in Lecture Theatre 2Q50/51 from 1.15pm for a 1.30pm start.  These are both at UWE Frenchay Campus with Tea, coffee and refreshments provided.   Spaces are limited to each of these workshops so please book on one workshop only as soon as possible by following the link below.

http://www.eventbrite.com/e/restorative-justice-in-housing-workshops-south-gloucestershire-and-banes-tickets-18820520684

 

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Mediation Training Course December 2015

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info@bristol-mediation.org
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Accredited Mediation Training – December 2015

 

¨      Would you like to be able to help settle disputes and arguments?

¨      Do you want to benefit the community or your workplace?

¨      Would you like to improve your home and work life by applying the skills there?

¨      Do you want to learn mediation skills and become an accredited mediator?

 

Bristol Mediation is offering a nationally accredited training programme in mediation and conflict resolution skills.  This is a unique opportunity to benefit from our highly valued training.  The training begins in November 2015 and will take place over six days from 9.30am to 5.30 pm. It is an essential course requirement that trainees attend full time on all course dates. You will also need to undertake some private study.

 Course Dates:

Monday & Tuesday 30th November & 1st - 7th & 8th and 14th & 15th December 2015

 

Cost per person £1,135

The cost includes all course hand-outs and assessment materials, accreditation and registration with OCN (Open College Network), all trainer and venue hire costs, refreshments and lunch each day throughout the training.

For further information please contact Julie Cox, Service Manager, Bristol Mediation on 0117 9415379 or email: juliec@bristol-mediation.org

For an application pack please contact Steve Marsden, Finance & Admin Officer, Bristol Mediation on 0117 9415379 or email: info@bristol-mediation.org

We also offer tailored in-house training for organisations that have a minimum of 6 attendees.  For further information about this please contact Julie Cox, Service Manager, Bristol Mediation on 0117 9415379 or email her juliec@bristol-mediation.org

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Road Sharing - A Restorative Approach

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roaduse@bristol-mediation.org
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07956 392777 or 07903 447518
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Bristol is well known for its clogged streets and air pollution problems, as cars, bikes, buses, taxis and lorries compete with each other on its narrow congested roads. Disabled road users and pedestrians have a hard time too. These issues can lead to a lot of conflict and road rage.

 

What can we do?

 

In the year that Bristol is European Green Capital, the City Council is funding a project to bring road users together to discuss ways forward. It has awarded £10,000 to Bristol Mediation, the established independent local organisation which helps citizens resolve conflicts. Two part-time project workers have been appointed who will make contact with small groups of road users, to listen to their views and concerns.


 There will be separate group meetings for different road users, e.g. a meeting for cyclists, a meeting for car drivers, and so on. We hope to include organisations and individuals, however spaces will be limited. Each small group will attend a two-hour meeting in November 2015, and will then choose two or three people to represent their interests at a larger all-day meeting in February 2016.

 

The large meeting in February will be run using a restorative approach. This means that the focus will be on expression of concerns, dialogue between different groups of road users and finding a constructive way forward. It is hoped that those who attend will gain greater awareness and understanding of other road users perspectives.

 

The project will be evaluated using questionnaires and filmed interviews of participants before and after the large meeting. And Bristol Mediation will communicate the results of the restorative conference to Bristol City Council.

 

If you or your organisation wants to share your views and concerns by joining one of the small groups, please download and complete the form on the Bristol Mediation website

 

http://bristol-mediation.org/Road Sharing A Restorative Approach/.

 

The deadline for return of these forms is 30 September 2015.

 

Annali Grimes            tel: 07956 392777

Marian Liebmann       tel: 07903 447518

E-mail:                        roaduse@bristol-mediation.org

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