Artist Training - last few places available


Deadline Friday 10 August 2018

There are a few places left...

We are very excited to be able to offer you a wide-range of FREE Level 2 courses with a nationally accredited NCFE/CACHE qualification on completion.

This on-line training can provide essential core skills for Socially Engaged Artists when working in specific contexts with vulnerable groups. Artists who have previously taken these courses through Creativity Works have found them incredibly useful in their practice, and would highly recommend them.


The courses include:

* Behaviour that Challenges

* Children and Young People's Mental Health

* Dementia Care

* Mental Health Awareness

* Learning Disabilities


And many others, please see the attached course list - FULL COURSE LIST


You must be able to commit to:


* One initial induction session held in a venue in Bath (exact date tbc) approx. 1.5 hours

* 6-8 weeks to complete the course on-line or through a workbook (approx. 4-6 hours per week)


Please note that if you start the course but do not complete you will be liable to pay the cost of £125


To apply for any of these courses, or for any further information, please email by FRIDAY 10th August with the following information:


* Name

* Date of Birth

* What course you would like to take


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