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Inspire Summer Programme 2017

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Waltham Forest Resource Hub (Central)

1 Russell Road

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E10 7ES

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The Inspire summer programme 2017 is a brilliant opportunity for young people to access learning opportunities and build real life skills. We have developed an engaging and stimulating summer programme to support positive personal development and offer you the chance to widen your skillset.

Are you 14 years or older and looking for an exciting opportunity this summer to develop your knowledge, as well as gain valuable skills? If the answer is yes, this programme is for you. The Inspire summer programme has been designed to offer a unique experience over the holiday period. You will be challenged to develop new skills, increase your self-confidence and work together with other young people.

Having completed the programme, you will be supported further with opportunities for work experience, involvement in voluntary work and have the chance to lead social action campaigns to make positive change in your local area. With a wide range of activities offered, in addition to opportunities for peer networking with other young people, our programme is the ideal way to make the most of the summer break.


The Programme

Inspire aims to improve the lives and life prospects of young people in the UK by giving them access to new opportunities and by providing them with unparalleled personal development.

Inspire addresses systemic problems with health, education and social mobility. It has been devised by professionals with decades of voluntary community sector experience, with the invaluable input of leading UK academics, medical practitioners, and private and public sector professionals.

The Inspire programme is high quality, with clear objectives and outcomes which lead to a lasting and life-changing impact for programme graduates, and for society at large.


Programme Objectives

  • To improve personal and social development in young people.

  • To introduce young people to 21st century workplace skills.

  • To apply skills in practice and work placement settings.

  • To determine future career aspirations and goals.

  • To develop self-confidence and wider thinking about community empowerment.


What will be covered?

  • Citizenship

  • Communication skills

  • CPR and lifesaving skills

  • Critical thinking

  • Digital literacy

  • Emotional intelligence

  • Financial literacy

  • Fitness, health and Nutrition

  • Leadership

  • Teamwork


Benefits

Our summer programme will ensure your time is used effectively to help you develop essential 21st century skills that can be applied to a multitude of settings be that formal education, voluntary placements, internships or even paid employment. For students planning to go to university next year, our summer programme is an ideal enrichment booster that can help your UCAS application stand out.


Outcomes

  • Exceptional opportunities for personal development.

  • Increased self-confidence, motivation and emotional intelligence.

  • Development of skills for employment including leadership, communication, teamwork and problem solving.

  • Improvements in health and wellbeing.

  • Valuable networking opportunities with other young people, civic institutions, employers and professionals.


Nurturing the Future

We passionately believe in supporting young people to develop into socially responsible leaders with the skills and capabilities to effectively problem solve and deliver solutions to contemporary social issues. Using Inspire as one of our primary engagement programmes, we aim to equip young people with the skills and tools to develop themselves into thoughtful, active and engaged members of society, with a passion to making a difference to their communities.

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