Aspects Sound and Vision
A project for young people aged 16 – 25 on the Autism Spectrum
Working in a small group you will:
- Devise a project to create podcasts in a professional radio studio
- Learn interview skills
- How to run a radio show
- Create blogs for the Aspects website
Gain accreditation units in:
- Working in a Group
- Create a CV and job skills
All staff are DBS checked. Staff ratio of 5 to 8 young people.
Parents and carers are welcome to sit in the café and enjoy a coffee while they wait. Places are limited. This project is free to participants.
How do I apply?
- You need to be aged 16 – 25
- Not in education, employment ortraining, unemployed.
- At risk of disengaging fromeducation
Where The sessions take place at Bar Bar Black Sheep Social Enterprise Café, The Square Wolverton
Time Wednesday 4.30 – 6.30pm 1st Course Starting 9 October for 6 weeks; 2nd Course Starting 20 November to 18 December
*Additional sessions will be available for the radio project* For more information or to book contact: Sue Quinn07739985546 or email@example.com
Aspects started 3 years ago with the youth group offering young people aged 13 – 19 the opportunity to meet and be sociable in a safe environment. The youth group started as an initiative of MK Council Youth Service. Aware that local authorities were under pressure a group came together to register Aspects as a Charitable Incorporated Organisation (CIO) so it could bid for funds and raise money to sustain the youth group. Aspects has grown and we now have 3 groups:
We are fortunate that MK Council continue to support Aspects by providing highly skilled and dedicated youth workers for all our sessions, while the Trust pays the rent and for resources for the groups.
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