On Thursday 4th August representatives from colleges and universities across the Liverpool City Region under the umbrella of Merseyside Network for Collaborative Outreach descended upon Our Place for the day to offer a lovely lunch, taster sessions, information, guidance and activities exploring how young people can progress to further and higher education.
We've posted before about our Social Work Student Placements and how helpful they are to the work we do. Maeve recently left us after her placement and we asked her to share her thoughts and experiences with us here. We love sharing our experience and work with students and are really happy when it works out well. Tell us in the comments section what you think about student placements. Over to Maeve...
Today we completed our Cultural Competency training facilitated by Sefton Equalities Partnership within CVS. Our trainer was Thomasina Afful and we were able to develop our skills and knowledge around cultural issues, such as,
So on the occasion of our latest student leaving us I thought I'd tell you a little bit about our students and how they help us deliver our services whilst we help them learn about their chosen field of study. It's a boss mutually beneficial arrangement and it raises additional funds for us because Education Establishments like Liverpool John Moores University make a contribution to our Organisation to cover expenses and staff time.