WOOD Unlimited is our Big Lottery funded training programme which aims to tackle social isolation through woodwork.
The programme will be delivered at our workshop in South Street and will include five key elements:
• Practical woodwork skills
• Personal development activities
• A community project
• Making community connections
• Individual action plans to help continued participation
Following on from the success of our previous training programme Making Wood Work, this is another exciting chance for our volunteers to meet new people, learn new skills and gain hands-on experience of a craft trade.
If you would like more information on the new training programme or are working with someone who might benefit from getting out of the house and into the workshop, then please call Eileen on 0141 237 8566 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
MAKING WOOD WORK
Making Wood Work has now ended. Making Wood Work was a ten week programme to help people make progress towards employment, training or volunteering. It was made up of real work experience in our furniture making workshop, training in wood recycling and employability support.
It took place in our South Street workshop on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday 9am – 4pm and Friday 9am – 12pm.
Making things for others makes you feel worthwhile and it was good to use the skills we learned to help another group
I enjoyed spending time in the outdoors and being part of something, planting for the future
This course has really helped me to improve my woodwork skills
The people at Glasgow Wood Recycling are really friendly!
A chance to build skills and share knowledge