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St Andrews Church

3 The Fremnells

Basildon

SS14 2QX

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Training for Bar 'n' Bus' in-school mentoring programme providing support to young people.

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School Mentor Training is a 2 session course providing essential training for those wanting to support young people through the Bar 'n' Bus in-school mentoring programme.

Training is delivered by our Mentoring Co-Ordinator, Kim. Kim has extensive experience with developing pastoral care systems for schools, teacher training and mentoring development.

The course runs across 2 sessions on Friday 20th August & Friday 27th August with attendees coming to both sessions.

The course includes:

- What is Mentoring?

- Building Transformational Relationships

- Listening Well

- Life for Young People

- Engaging within the school context

- The Bar 'n' Bus mentoring process

Both sessions run from 10:00am to 12:30pm.

NB: You are welcome to attend training without commitment to take on a volunteering role within Bar 'n' Bus. Should you wish to explore volunteering details will be given on sessions regarding our volunteering recruitment process

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Organiser Bar 'n' Bus Trust

Organiser of School Mentor Training

Bar ‘n’ Bus is a Christian charity working with young people throughout Essex.

 

We work in partnership with local churches, schools, councils and groups to provide professional, community-based youth work, seeking transformation and fullness of life for young people. We employ professional youth workers as well as recruiting, training and supporting teams of volunteers to offer a wider provision of community youth work.

 

Our heart is to provide programmes for young people in the location of their choosing, rather than bringing them to our own venues. A large amount of our work takes place ‘on the street’ with detached youth workers engaging young people in parks, high streets and playgrounds, as well as utilising mobile youth vehicles for outreach sessions. We also provide a large amount of in-school support with a growing volunteer mentoring programme, bespoke group work and commissioned counselling programmes.

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