• Youth counselling Activities & Job training

    Partnering, Networking and become a member of KIRL-PROJECT Services offered includes: - Organising conferences, workshops, Seminars & Talks to enable local and neighboring youth with different background to interact - Awareness programmes/projects /activities. - Awards, Competitions & Trophies for Winners. The organization organises competitions and gives trophies for various achievements within the youth sphere.

    Contact for further details: Richard Maies
    Contact phone number: 0744041620
    kirl-project@outlook.com

    Day: Tuesday, Friday
    Time: 3-5PM
    Frequency: Weekly
    Cost: £1 - £3


    Professional Referral: Yes
    Self Referral:
    Accessible for disabled people: Yes
    Accessible for people with language needs: Yes

    About the host organisation

    Hosted by: KEEP IT REAL PROJECT
    Organisation Profile:

    (1) KIRL-PROJECT aims to develop an employment support structure to assist those persons with special needs, visual impairment and vulnerable persons of community into training and/or employment and vocational training.
    (2) To foster and develop increased learning and development opportunities for special needs persons and vulnerable female of Council Borough and its neighbourhoods by encouraging and supporting them to contribute, steer initiatives and lead their own community-led projects.
    (3) To inspire local vulnerable women to be confident leaders through peer-to-peer mentoring and gain practical experience using leadership skills to plan and run weekly meetings for peers
    (4) We also focuses on conflict resolution workshops to show these teens what to do when confrontation arise.
    Whats to do:
    A. Educational services
    -Education: Soft skills such as transferable, communication,negotiation etc..
    -Homework support: Local young volunteers are instrumental in the daily running of the group’s courses
    -Recreational activities such as sailing, arts, football, outing /visits. It is estimated that at least on family member has regular contact with the group, whether as a volunteer or users.

    Springhead Community Centre
    21 Ashes Lane,
    Springhead,
    Oldham
    OL4 4PF