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19th November 2017

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Skills Station Facilities

The Skills Station provides facilities to allow those using it to gain and development both knowledge and skills through a range of courses. With support and guidance service users are able to learn new skills to help with their personal pathways and development.

Wood Work Facilities:

The skills station has a workshop facility that allows us to provide the woodwork activity to those who are interested. This is where all of the wood products are created, such as bird boxes, bird tables, signs and planters which are then sold at our fairs. We also take orders from service users, staff and the public.

Courses:

The Skills station is also used as a location in which various courses are undertaken. Arts & Crafts, various sewing projects, and pottery are just some of the examples. These courses are held in the main room next to the workshop, providing a friendly environment for the service users to communicate and complete these courses together.

Healthy Living:

The main focus of this course is to raise awareness on how healthy eating positively impacts a person’s health. Recipes and cooking tips are provided to those who attend, enabling them to produce their own appetising meals. Everything learned during the healthy living course can be used to ensure that a healthy diet is maintained. 

Valeting:

A valeting activity held at the Skills Station, designed to teach service users the importance of keeping vehicles clean, as well as being taught the skills required to put their knowledge into practice. While working as part of a team, various aspects of vehicle cleanliness are discussed and put into practice, all under the guidance provided by staff.

 

  

 

Woodwork

Woodwork

Courses

Courses

Healthy Living

Healthy Living