We work on key agendas and strategies relating to citizenship, Key Skills, health initiatives, teenage pregnancy, community development, social inclusion and tackling racism.
Our Programmes address
- Personal Development
- Cultural Diversity
- Achievement & Accomplishment
- Personal Productive Behaviour
- Life skills
Our Chosen Methods of delivery are
- Life coaching / Mentoring
- Training & Consultancy
- After school activities (extended schools services)
- Motivational Workshops (interactive)
- Multi-Media Presentations
- Comedy, Poetry, Drama & Games
Our workshops are flexible and tailor-made around the individual needs of those participating and usually, will take place on your premises, with group sizes of up to 30 young people.
Typically, a Perceptions Challenged workshop can range from a one-hour session, to a program of several weeks and through the delivery of our workshops, we aim to address the following issues:-
For Young People
- Self – Employment as an option
- Pathways to Education and Training
- Young People & Self Esteem
- Law & Order: Vital components of Citizenship?
- Domestic Violence: What is it? and How can we bring it to an end?
- Sexual Responsibility (STI Prevention, HIV/AIDS Awareness and family planning)
- Drug Abuse & its Ramifications
For Small Businesses
- Business Conceptualising: Arriving at an idea/ concept for a feasible business.
- Business Planning: Putting the dynamics together to display to your potential stakeholder the viability of your idea over a sustained period of time. e.g three to five years.
- Business Start up: Looking at the various forms/ legal entities that your business can take and the infrastructure, systems and processes required to bring your business to life.
- Company Formation: Setting up your limited company
- Cashflow Forecasting: Planning where the money is going to come from and how its going to be spent and when you might be likely to see a profit.
- Performance Analysis: Reviewing how your business has actually performed inrelation to its forecasted performance and being able to identify reasons for poor or excellent performance variances.
Perceptions Challenged Workshops can be used in the following ways:-
Supplement course work for Your School or College with:-
- Drama / Group Activities
- In Class Discussion Forums
- Career Days
- Role play
Supplement course work for your Youth Organisation / University by:-
- Planning and advising on creative arts programmes (with related budgets)
- Meeting the aims and objectives of a project
- Facilitating and organising delivery of a given programme / event
- Advising on how creative projects can be used to teach skills or embody issues
For your Church or Community Group, to provide to you and your members:-
- Information and advice on Crime Reduction
- Advice on Community Development
- Tackling Anti-Social Behaviour
- Business Start Up Advice