Glynneath Training Centre offers a local advice and learning hub to help our community find out about and take part in courses, volunteering and other activities that can help improve well-being and build skills and qualifications for work.
We also provide advice services, including advocacy to any specialist support you may need such as advice on benefits
• Get advice and guidance on personal development, training needs and suitable career/ qualification pathways
• Improve your confidence and skill in computing, using social media and online services
• Try out learning through informal tasters and progress to accredited courses in a range of subjects/levels
• Take part in healthy living sessions for physical and mental well-being such as yoga, chair yoga, mindfulness
• Join social clubs and interests groups, community events and projects such as arts and crafts, walking, community growing, carers’ group, Glynneah Youth Club, Lle Ni play club for 5-11 yr olds
• Get help to access specialist support through our wide range of partners who work with Glynneath Training Centre including mental health services, homelessness and substance abuse support, family services, support with domestic abuse, welfare benefits advice, help with job search and finding work
•Volunteer at the centre, help your community, make new friends and gain confidence and skills from taking part
Currently recruiting for the following beginners/introductory groups and courses, which will be running weekly at the centre from June 2018 onwards.
Intro to Health and Social Care
IT Drop In
Intro to Childcare
Pre GCSE - Maths and English
The Helpful Hub is supported by the Maesgwyn Community Fund and the Welsh Govt Community Fund