We run a range of programmes aimed at helping all age groups within our community. Please take a look below at some of the programmes we are currently running and ones we have ran in the past.
Trinity accredited ESOL courses support speakers of other languages who wish to improve their communication for everyday life in routine personal, social, transactional contexts and to gain the language qualifications they need to progress to further education, employment or for citizenship test.
The lessons are carried online for 15/16 weeks through zoom.
The beginners ESOL lessons are free but others must pay a fee for the lessons £35 and exam £50.
Youth Connect provides a safe space for young people to improve their well-being and develop their essential skills. Our centre-based and detached sessions use diversionary activities to not only reduce the likelihood of young people’s involvement in anti-social behaviour and crime, but also to improve their lives. These diversionary activities take place within our 3 sessions:
1. Youth-Zone Sessions (aged 11-18’s)
2. Junior Club Sessions (aged 8-11’s)
3. Detached Session
These diversionary activities include:
- Issue-based Workshops
- Employability Workshops
- Essential Skills Workshops
- Young Leaders Programme
- Casual Activities
Young People are also able to access one-to-one support, this helps them deal with any issues they are facing in their lives (domestic, educational, social or other). If the issue needs further support, we can refer young people to our partner organisations for specialist services.
Levis Music Project
The previous round of the Levi's project provided industry mentoring for young emerging artists.
With mentoring from a variety of artists such as Loyle Carner, Daniel Sturridge, Ox Chamberlain, Rebel Kleff, Dan Parry, Hannah V and many more.
The project provided life changing opportunities for participants selected onto the programme.
A project built for over 50’s from across Merseyside, it is designed to reduce isolation and loneliness while improving health and wellbeing, ultimately leading to a better quality of life and new friends.
This project involves monthly tea dance, craft classes and trips out.
Family connect brought families together for relational and skill improving activities to enhance their quality of life.
This was done through pre-school activities, cooking together, family active fun, active workshops and money management workshops.
Liverpool Studio Project
Liverpool Studio Project is a automotive tool for young people.
This project has helped a lot of young people develop and enhance their social skills and musical ability. Some people come from challenging backgrounds and some people come from what is deemed as a easy life.
LSP is the middle ground where everyone is equal and neutral. The project uses music lessons to engage young people with their peers and adults.