Would you like to build your confidence to deal with everyday situations, improve your communications skills and make changes in your life?
The Women and Confidence Building course aims to help you to be more confident about your future. Women Leading Learning, a branch of the Worker’s Educational Association (WEA), runs the course.
The course is designed to help you to develop your confidence by building on your own life-skills and experiences. During the course, you will learn new and practical ways of dealing with situations that are particularly problematic.
WEA classes are friendly and supportive. You will be encouraged to work together with your fellow students and tutor. The WEA tutor will use a range of different teaching and learning methods and encourage you to be actively involved in your learning.
It is recommended that all five sessions are attended and the course runs on the following dates:
1, 8, 15, 22, 29 November 2017.
To book your place, contact our friendly reception team on 0115 9411475.
This course may be free to those on a low income or means-tested benefits.
The Legal Advice Clinic is back this October. They are a wonderful group of students who are supervised by the Senior Supervising Solicitor at Nottingham Trent University Law School. Appointments can be booked by contacting reception on 0115 941 1475 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Last academic year the clinic covered housing queries, welfare rights, and debt. As we are a Women’s Centre, often the students are asked about matters arising concerning family law. This is not something the students can necessarily support with however, there is a Family Solicitor/Lecturer who is very passionate about giving back to the community and asks the students to triage for her and then she will give the advice needed. This has worked so well in the past that we are going ahead with the same format this year.
The Legal Advice Centre have been a huge support to the welfare rights service here. They are always available to discuss some of the trickier benefit cases and provide our women with legal representation at benefit appeal tribunals. This involves writing submissions for our clients and attending tribunal hearings with our clients to help them to get the best possible outcome and the benefits they are entitled to. All of this takes a considerable amount of anxiety out of the whole process for the women we work with, while also helping to alleviate some of the pressure from the welfare rights workload.
They are a pleasure to work with and a huge asset to the services we provide at the Centre. Please feel free to approach them in the welcome space if you have any queries. The clinic will take place on the following dates between 12 and 3pm:
- 11 October 2017
- 25 October 2017
- 15 November 2017
- 10 January 2018
- 24 January 2018
- 7 February 2018
- 28 February 2018