Access Unlimited is a new programme funded by the National Lottery Community Fund. The Royal Society of Blind Children (RSBC) are working across Wales in partnership with the Council for Wales of Voluntary Youth Services (CWVYS), The Welsh Council of the Blind, North Wales Society for the Blind, Vision Support and Boys and Girls Clubs of Wales.
This project responds to the independent recommendations presented to Welsh Government on the Youth Work Strategy for Wales. For the full report: ‘Time to deliver for young people in Wales – Achieving a sustainable delivery model for youth work services in Wales’, please click here.
This is a free interactive, online, three-hour training course, where you will gain the knowledge and confidence to be able to include blind and partially sighted children and young people into your provision. This includes local youth clubs, activities, sports sessions or anything else that welcomes children and young people to your provision.
Accredited by Agored Cymru, with support from Adult Learning Wales you will be able to gain an accreditation in:
- Adapting Sessions to Include Young People with a Vision Impairment Entry Level 3 (1 credit)
- Adapting Sessions to Include Young People with a Vision Impairment Level 1 (1 credit)
These units are available on the Agored Cymru website, unrestricted so it is available to other Centres, and is available to download and register learners against.
To register for the training, go here.