Workshops for EAL students focusing on employability skills, positive wellbeing & confidence
Delivering workshops at St Mark’s Academy in Mitcham & CARAS (Community Action for Refugees & Asylum Seekers) in Tooting, supporting vulnerable EAL young people facing the additional challenges of finding meaningful employment post-pandemic.
The aim of these workshops is to support the young people as they make the transition from school or Further Education to applying for jobs, training or Higher Education. The sessions use drama to improve language skills, build confidence and support employability through focussing on public speaking, demystify recruitment processes, interview skills, and pitching or advocating for yourself as a candidate. Using drama skills these sessions help participants to build confidence, think on their feet & provide a sense of agency & the ability to resolve problems.
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Supported by Jack Petchey Foundation and Clarion Housing