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NCS Concordia Summer Work recruitment presentation 2014

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  • 1. Sussex Uni NCS presentation Thursday 30th January
  • 2. NCS believes that given the respect, tools and opportunity, young people can influence the world around them to initiate change
  • 3. NCS Ethos • • • • • • Social Mixing: Providing young people with the opportunity to mix and build relationships with people from different social backgrounds; Challenge: Putting young people through a series of challenging activities to take them out of their comfort zone and develop strength of character; Increased responsibility and independence: Providing a progressive journey that hands over more responsibility to young people as the programme progresses and develops the leadership skills necessary to succeed in the workplace; Reflection: Encouraging young people to reflect, supporting them to learn from their experiences and become more resilient, confident and more effective in their decisions and relationships; Social Action: Enabling young people to connect with and get involved in their communities and develop skills that are useful for future employment; Inspiration: Encouraging young people to flourish after NCS continuing to mix, contribute to their community and achieve personal goals.
  • 4. Residential week 1 Adur Outdoor activity centre
  • 5. Residential Week 2 Eastbourne
  • 6. Social Action Project
  • 7. Headway Charity Fun Day :D
  • 8. Social Action projects
  • 9. WHAT DID B1 DO? • Social Action Project with Emmaus Brighton & Hove • Created an awareness campaign for 16-25 year olds • Social media campaign, Twitter, Facebook, You tube • Up-cycling event, cake sale, Emmaus tours • A life story interview with an Emmaus companion who was previously homeless.
  • 10. B2B2 • Social Action Project with Bevendean Activities Group • Sponsored Onesie Walk Worthing Pier to Brighton Pier • Car boot sale at Brighton race course • Raised £480
  • 11. B3 • Social Action Project with Brighton Permaculture Trust at the Cedar Centre School • Created a sensory garden with raised beds, edible fruit and herbs • Sourced plants
  • 12. Autumn Group • Social Action Project with Racehill Orchard Project • Cleared the land of shrubs, brambles and grass to create space to plant hundreds of fruit trees in the spring • Created a social media awareness campaign via Twitter and Facebook.
  • 13. E 1 • Social Action Project with the Square Youth Café, Hailsham • Consulted with young people about the café • Sourced paint for free • Decorated the Youth Café
  • 14. E2 • • • • • Social Action Project with The National Trust Birling Gap Created a Smugglers trail for children Came up with a theme, designed plaques, installed posts Designed a map and quiz Created an Open event for the trail
  • 15. E3 • • • • Organised and ran an Open day for Raystede Centre for Animal Welfare Busking in Lewes town centre Awareness campaigning in Brighton Raised £347
  • 16. Current Vacancies Group Leader - £19,295 pro rata (£2077 to Inc. 4 wks. delivery, 1 wks. training and 3 days holiday) Assistant Group Leader - £12,190 (£1313 to Inc. 4 wks. delivery, 1 wks. training and 3 days holiday) Start Date: 14th & 21st July (subject to change) Duration: 4 Weeks Each group will be supported during the residential phase of the programme; weeks 1 & 2
  • 17. Training Weekend – Friday 30th May – Sunday 1st June • • • • • • • • • • • First Aid training Food Hygiene Health & Safety Safeguarding Group dynamics Guided reflection Ground rules Games/Icebreakers NCS Ethos Social Action Planning Timetables Met the cohort and briefing day – 2 weeks prior to delivery Debriefing day – Monday following the last day of delivery Training will be paid upon completion of a successful Cohort

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