Shankill Women's Centre News
The Shankill Women's Centre's dedicated childcare team have drawn up a programme that was put together specifically to suit the needs of the children (aged 5 - 11) and the accessibility and manageability for the parents throughout the summer months.
The five week programme incorporates offsite trips,swimming activitied and controlled workshops.
In May this year the Education, Training and Employability Project advertised for participants to take part in the Security Industry Authority Training in Security Guarding. The response to this training was fantastic and spaces filled very quickly. Thirteen participants successfully completed the training and displayed great knowledge of the subject in passing all final exams in order to qualify for the licence.
Shankill Women’s Centre, Young People’s Empowerment Project in partnership with Hammer Youth Club, have been working with a group of young men aged 13+ years. They have been looking at sectarianism, homophobia and racism within the arena of sport, in particular Football and Rugby.
Excellent Write up about our Cross Community Outreach programme in the Irish News
Shankill Women’s Centre representatives attended a NICVA conference on 23rd May.
Tutors and facilitators are invited to submit CV's to be held on a register for Shankill Women’s Centre, this register will be held by Shankill Women’s Centre and may be shared with other community organisations.