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Programmes Introduction

Here are the main types of programmes that the WEA operate. Each is led by a Programme Manager who you can contact for more details.

 

Building Communities ››

The WEA’s Building Communities Team provides learning opportunities to collectives and groups to assist them to develop their work. The team supports groups that are working together to create a more cohesive society. As well as offering high quality courses in facilitation skills, negotiation and conflict management, the team works with other agencies to ensure the strengthening of the community infrastructure in Northern Ireland.

Programme Manager
colin.neilands@wea-ni.com


 

Second Chance Initiative ››

The WEA’s Second Chance Initiative is at the forefront of developing good practice in Essential Skills learning, as well as reaching into workplaces and communities to offer an alternative point of entry to learning for adults. Information and Communications Technologies are an increasingly prominent aspect of this curriculum, and the Second Chance team has responsibility for the WEA’s learndirect centre in Fitzwilliam St.

Programme Manager
claire.morgan@wea-ni.com



Creative Learning ››

Offering access to creative activity for all, the Creative Learning Team is dedicated to developing the WEA’s links with the creative industries and acts as a point of entry for individuals seeking to build the kinds of skills required by the knowledge based economy. With a strong emphasis on arts and crafts, the Creative Learning curriculum is the largest in the WEA and is directed not just by the staff team, but also by the work of the WEA Branches across Northern Ireland.

Programme Manager
deirdre.coughlan@wea-ni.com


 

Opportunities for Women Learning (OWL) ››

The WEA’s Opportunities for Women Learning team provides programmes of learning and support that enable women to play a full part in the life of our society at all levels. From ‘first steps’ education for women wishing to re-engage in learning through to promoting women’s participation in public life and politics, the OWL team advocate for the learning needs of women to be recognised.

Programme Manager
eithne.mcnulty@wea-ni.com


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