5 WAYS has announced a number of new and returning structured courses for the autumn. This includes a new music production course, another chance to undertake the employability programme and a drama course leading to another full-scale theatre production.
Senior Practitioner at 5 WAYS Helen Mason said: “We have looked to add breadth to the courses we offer. There is a real mix so hopefully, there is something for everyone.
“5 WAYS works closely with its members to identify courses that meet their needs and interests so these courses have been developed in response to their wishes. Peer Mentoring and courses that support people into work are regularly requested by those using 5 WAYS.
“It’s a really exciting opportunity for people to learn in a safe and supportive environment”.
Courses running this Autumn at 5 WAYS
A new eight week course covering recording, mixing, sequencing, song structure, sampling and more.
Starts Wednesday 4th September (eight week course) 12pm–1pm every Wednesday.
The Employability Programme from Aspire
Those completing the course benefit from:
- Five nationally recognised qualifications
- Skills in CV writing, interviews and other job application techniques
Starts Monday 9th September (three week course) 9.30am–4.30pm every day.
Drama workshop – finishing with a theatre performance
Develop your performance skills, build confidence and be a part of full production.
Starts Wednesday 11th September (14 week course) 1pm–3pm every Wednesday.
Drug & Alcohol Awareness course
The course offers an overview of different substances, their appearance and their effects. As well as 5 WAYS members the course is open to volunteers and the general public especially family and friends of those with a substance misuse issue.
Starts Thursday 26th September (four week course) 4pm–6pm every Thursday
Build your confidence and self-esteem. Improve your wellbeing and future prospects. The course helps to reduce isolation and feelings of stigma.
Starts Wednesday 30th October (six week course) 10.30am–12.30pm every Wednesday
An Introduction to Peer Mentoring
Learn to draw on your own personal experiences to help someone who is at an earlier stage of their recovery journey.
Starting Thursday 7th November (four week course) 4pm–6pm every Thursday