Supporting people through transferable skills, workplacements, arts for mental health & wellbeing, dementia awareness and community cohesion.
(Reg. Charity No. 1037518)

We provide our services to schools, young people, unemployed, vulnerable groups and wider community in the Rochdale Borough, Greater Manchester and Nationally.
(CWTC is an Approved Training Centre for providing Entry Level to Level 3 Accredited Courses through Open Awards).

COURSES

Understanding Mental Health & Wellbeing L2
Understanding Dementia L2
Basic Awareness of Diabetes L2
Supporting Carers L2
Developing Personal Development Skills L1
Leadership Skills L2
Community Involvement L1
Employability Skills L1
Introduction to Film Making L1
Audio Software L1
Creative Crafts Skills L1

COMMUNITY COHESION

Celebration Through the Arts
Health Involvement Events
Understanding Cultural Diversity
Multicultural Events
Youth HELP (Health, Empowerment & Leadership Programme)

SUPPORTING PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA

Monthly Planning - Network Focus Group Meetings
Dementia Friends Awareness Sessions
Dementia Awareness within Local Community Centres & Mosques
Building Family Resilience
CWTC Wellbeing Café - Therapeutic Activities
Visits to places of interest
Community Champions
Memory Box for South Asian Community
Arts for Dementia Therapy Network (GM)
Support Available in Urdu

WORK SKILLS

Work Placements & Volunteering
Apprenticeship/internship Scheme
Employability Skills
Interpersonal Skills
I.T Skills
Office Duties
Customer Service
Interview Skills
Health & Social Activities
Marketing
Media Skills
Workclub
Organise Events

Project Evaluation

At the end of any Session, please fill out relevant Session Evaluation, found in the top bar, "Activities" drop down menu.

TAKE THE SURVEY 2018/19

CWTC are looking to develop provisions to meet the needs of the Disadvantaged communities on Dementia issues, facilities & services.

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