Growing Your Potential – Are you a woman working in the home who wants to draw on this experience and put it to new use ?
Are you a woman working in the home who wants to draw on this experience and put it to new use ?
‘Growing Your Potential’ is an exciting new 10 week Training and Development course for women offering:
- Confidence Building
- CV Preparation & Interview Skills;
- Career Coaching;
- Dress Code for the Workplace
- Communication & Customer Care.
Participants are nearly half-way through the present course and are really enjoying the training online and have said how it offers them much-needed ‘Me Time’ and the opportunity to build new friendships and learn something new in a supportive environment.
If you are a woman living in Cork City and currently not on a Job Seeker Payment and are interested in finding out more about this innovative course – which will be starting again in early January – then please contact : Siobhan O’Neill at (021) 4302310 or (086) 1858 081 Email : email@example.com
Graduation today, 24th November for Certificate in Mental Health in the Community – Congratualtions!
Cork City Partnership would like to congratulate students of the Certificate in Mental Health In The Community (Knocknaheeny 2019), on their conferring by UCC today. Congratulations and well done 👏👏
‘A confidential, evidence based support programme for family members or concerned persons affected by a loved one’s drug or alcohol misuse.
Delivered over 5 sessions in one-to-one or group format.
We are currently recruiting for an online 5 Step programme beginning 5th November.
Click Notice 5 Step Family Support Group programme_Nov 2020 for details.
We are delighted to announce that our wonderful volunteer Maura Long was named Volunteer of the Year – North City at the Cork Volunteer Awards 2020 #CVA2020 held virtually on 9th October. Maura has been an integral part of our Friendly Call Cork Service for over 5 years and we were very proud to nominate her for an award this year. Along with her daily volunteering with Friendly Call Cork, Maura also decided to have had her head shaved live on Facebook to raise funds for Friendly Call Cork and the Mercy University Hospital. Over €4,000 was donated through gofundme for her head shave! Maura has been cocooning since March but is making calls to our clients every day to our Friendly Call Clients.
We would like to congratulate all of this year’s award recipients. We would also like to thank Cork Volunteer Centre for a fantastic virtual awards ceremony. Given the challenges of Covid 19 and social distancing, it is a super presentation. You can see all of the award event by clicking on the below link (Maura & Brenda #friendlycallcork can be seen at 31.15 mins) https://www.facebook.com/VolunteerCork/videos/836869103731036/
This year has been a real test of stamina for all our Friendly Call volunteers. Covid 19 has meant that all our volunteers are ringing our Friendly Call Clients remotely and are making calls every day. We are now ringing over 350 to check in with them and make sure everything is okay. Covid 19 has brought a lot of isolation and anxiety to individuals and we are so proud of all our volunteers who give up their time so freely. The Cork Volunteer Award to Maura is recognition of all our Friendly Call Volunteers – Thank you to our brilliant team
Contact Brenda Barry, firstname.lastname@example.org 021 4307100
Cork City Partnership is inviting women to make the most of this COVID-19 pandemic by signing up for a new course designed to draw on their experience of working in the home and put it to new use.
Beginning in October, “Growing Your Potential” is a free ten-week course that supports women living in Cork City who are currently not receiving a Job Seeker payment and are interested in working outside the home.
The course offers a range of supports from:
- Confidence building
- CV Preparation and Interview Skills
- Career Coaching Sessions
- Dress Code for the Workplace
- Communication & Customer Care
The course is designed to give women further skills and avail of some much-needed “Me Time” to build new friendships, learn something new and open up a range of opportunities.
Cork City Partnership can further support participants should they wish to use their new skills to find employment, or start their own business.
If you are interested in finding out more – please contact:
Employment Support Worker
PEIL Growing Your Potential
Cork City Partnership Clg,
1st floor, Heron House,
Blackpool Park, Blackpool,
(021) 4302310 or (086) 1858081 email: email@example.com
Our Autumn Community Education Brochure is now available, featuring community education courses and a number of certified courses. Courses will run in community locations across the city.
To enrol please call in to one of our Outreach Offices or contact Margo Hayes 087 1962023. See the link below for full course brochure
- Courses are short, designed as a first step in retuning to learning, with the option of referral to follow on courses.
- There is a wide range of courses to choose from in a number of community locations.
- Courses are free to eligible participants. Participants will be asked to complete a registration form to demonstrate eligibility.
- Community development approaches are used to ensure that the learning environment is supportive.
- Places allocated to eligible participants on a first come basis.
- Courses will only proceed if sufficient numbers register.
- Venues used fort courses will have universal access where possible. Some venues may have limited disability access for people with mobility issues.
- ETB funded courses are available subject to funding approval.
Who is eligible for these courses?
- Disadvantaged Women, People Living in Disadvantaged Communities, Lone Parents, Low Income Workers/Households, The Unemployed, People with Disabilities, The Disengaged from the Labour Market (Economically Inactive), Disadvantaged Families, Older People, New Communities, Disadvantaged Young People (18-24), Roma, Travellers.
Welcome to the nineteenth of our weekly bulletins from Cork City Partnership Clg. During these challenging times our staff continue to support our clients and community groups across all our programmes. The aim of the newsletter is to keep our clients informed about the services that they can access and other information which may be of benefit to them at this time.
We hope you find it useful and as always we welcome your feedback.