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Course Descriptions

Boxing For Health

Thursdays

4 October - 29 November

(Weekly except half term)

2:30 - 4:30

Vulcan Gym

Course

Day

Dates

Time

Venue

Boxing For Health

Come along to Vulcan Gym each Thursday during term time (excluding December 2018) and work towards a fitter version of you! For the first hour, have open access to free weights and weight machines to build your strength before moving to the cardio gym for the second hour where you can use the cardio machines and even learn to box. The programme is flexible so you can do both or either hours – it’s up to you. You can also access personal trainers and get advice on how best to develop your physical fitness and towards the goals that you set for yourself. Students can join at any time (dependant on space availability - ring the office to check) so it doesn't matter if you’ve already missed some. Please wear appropriate clothing and footwear and bring plenty of drinks to stay hydrated! Available 2018 and 2019.

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Boxing For Health (Man Stuff)

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Course

Day

Dates

Time

Venue

Boxing For Health (Man Stuff)

Thursdays

6 and13 December

2:30 - 4:30

Vulcan Gym

These two men-only sessions of the course described above aims form part of the Recovery College ’Man Stuff Season’. The two December dates are for men only (male students who have already enrolled on the main Boxing for Health course can also attend these sessions). Available 2018

Course Descriptions

Christmas Card Making

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Course

Day

Dates

Time

Venue

Fee

Christmas Card Making

Tuesday

11 December

09:30 - 12:30

Hessle Community Centre (Room 15)

£ 3

Enjoy a relaxing morning making cards for your loved ones this Christmas. No card-making experience is necessary; just turn up, see which card-making materials inspire you and get crafting with the support of friendly and knowledgeable tutors. A variety of materials will be provided on the day, but if you have anything of your own you would like to use or share with others, feel free to bring it along. This course has a materials cost of £3, to be paid in advance at the point of enrolment. Available 2018.

Course Descriptions

Crafting For Wellbeing

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Course

Day

Dates

Crafting for Wellbeing

Thursdays

4 October - 13 December (weekly except half term)

Time

10:00 - 12:00

Artlink (Wet Room)

Venue

£ 5

Fee

This course is very flexible in terms of structure with the core intention of students sharing skills and knowledge to inspire projects amongst themselves. Students are encouraged to bring their own projects/ideas to work on, or learn something new from one another or through our tutors. Students are welcome to bring their own materials but we will have a supply to work with. We ask that students pay £5 towards the purchasing of crafting materials and resources. Students can join at any time (dependant on space availability - ring the office to check) so it doesn't matter if you’ve already missed some. Available 2018 and 2019.

Course Descriptions

Creative Writing Circle

Mondays

08 and 22 October and 12 and 26 November (biweekly except half term)

1:30 - 4:30

Hull Central Library (Meeting Room 1)

Course

Day

Dates

Time

Venue

Creative Writing Circle

Do you write? Or want to learn how to express yourself through writing? This informal, student-led writing circle aims to bring budding writers together every other week to help develop the creative writing skills used in journaling, story telling, poetry and more. Students are encouraged to offer one another support and constructive feedback within this safe and open writing space. The long session time allows students the space to sit and write but to also have any relevant discussions within the group or explore the library to help further their practice. Learn from one another and the tutor through discussions and activities about things like character development, plot-planning and using language effectively. You will also be required to develop work in-between sessions. Please bring your own notebook/folder/paper and writing materials (or a laptop if that’s how you prefer to write). No previous creative writing experience is required (but you must be able to read and write) and as long as you can understand your own handwriting, you don’t need to worry about spelling. Students can join at any time (dependant on space availability - ring the office to check) so it doesn't matter if you’ve already missed some. Available 2018 and 2019.

£ 0

Fee

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Course Descriptions

Emotional Support Following Any Loss

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Course

Day

Dates

Time

Venue

Fee

Emotional Support Following any Loss (with Cruise bereavement)

Tuesday

06 and 13 November (two week course)

1:00 - 3:30

Hessle Community Centre (Hall)

£ 0

Emotional Support Following Loss has been written for the Recovery College by an experienced volunteer with the charity Cruse Bereavement Care. The aim is to help people who have experienced any loss which caused emotional challenges. This will include help following death (not including funeral arrangements or benefits). Students will consider the emotional issues experienced following any significant loss in a confidential group setting, including issues such as how caring at the end of life can affect people and what may help and consider some of the challenges experienced after death and working towards building a new life. Available 2018 and 2019.

Course Descriptions

Find Your Inner Drag Persona

Tuesday

30 October (Half term Workshop)

1:00 - 5:00

Fuel

Course

Day

Dates

Time

Venue

Find Your Inner Drag Persona

Join Fuel’s talented resident drag performers for a fabulous afternoon of Halloween-themed fun and creativity during our October half-term. In an informal and inclusive atmosphere, this stigma-busting workshop supports, enables and encourages students to look at their identity and sexuality and gives them an opportunity to remove gender stereotyping from clothing and find confidence through make-up in an attitude free space. People of all backgrounds and genders are welcome but you MUST be aged 18 or over to attend. Available 2018.

£ 0

Fee

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Course Descriptions

Five Ways to Wellbeing

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Course

Day

Dates

Time

Venue

Fee

Five Ways to Wellbeing (With Changes Service)

Thursdays

22 and 29 November and 6 December (three week course)

10:00 - 12:00

Goole Museum (Education Room)

£ 0

If you have or have had a problem with drink or drugs, or any other type of addictive behaviour, the Five Ways to Wellbeing (delivered by the Changes Service) can help you in your recovery journey. If you give them a try, you may feel happier, more positive and able to get the most from life. Feel happier and enjoy life more with learning the FIVE ways to improving your mental wellbeing; Connect, Be active, Take notice, Learn, Give. Available 2018 and 2019.

Course Descriptions

Flamborough Day Trip (Man Stuff)

Monday

12 November

All Day

Flamborough (Meeting Place for the minibus tbc)

Course

Day

Dates

Time

Venue

Flamborough Day Trip (Man Stuff)

The November 2018 Flamborough Day Trip forms part of the Recovery College ’Man Stuff Season’. All details outlined above stay the same for this male-only outing in November. Available 2018.

£0

Fee

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Course Descriptions

Foraging & Wild Foods (With the Yorkshire Wildlife Trust/Youth in Nature)

Wednesday

10 October

10:00 - 12:00

Pearson Park (Meet at Victorian conservatory)

Course

Day

Dates

Time

Venue

Foraging and Wild Foods

We will be getting out and about to forage for different wild foods to make your own jam on an open fire! No prior knowledge is needed and all tools will be provided. Whilst this is a Youth in Nature initiative (designed for ages 16-24), all are welcome on this course. Meet at the entrance to the Victorian Conservatory in Pearson Park before walking over to the YWT Wildlife Garden. Please bring a drink with you and wear suitable clothing, rain or shine. Available 2018

£ 0

Fee

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Course Descriptions

Emotional Support Following any Loss (with Cruise bereavement)

Tuesday

4 December

9:30 - 1:00

Hessle Community Centre (Room 15)

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Day

Dates

Time

Venue

Get Together (Christmas!)

With Christmas around the corner, why not come to this festive Get Together and socialise over a mince pie? As a student-led morning, there is time to get stuck in with games, crafts and/or activities (bring something fun along if you wish) with other students and the Recovery College Team! There is a materials cost of £2 to help purchase some snacks and refreshments but feel free to bring along some extra (it is Christmas, after all). Available 2018.

£ 2

Fee

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Course Descriptions

How to 'Read' Art

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Course

Day

Dates

Time

Venue

Fee

How to 'Read' Art

Tuesdays

20 and 27 November (two week course)

9:30 - 1:00

Hessle Community Centre (Room 15)

£ 0

There is absolutely no one right way to interpret an image. It’s okay to interpret art completely differently to someone else (including the artist themselves!) and that holds true no matter what those little information plaques say! Don’t be afraid to embrace your own opinion. However, it can be helpful to learn tips on how to look at Art so you can make better informed opinions. This two week course invites students to explore traditional and contemporary imagery through group discussion, critical and contextual analysis and reflective investigation. Led by a knowledgeable but down-to-earth artist, demystify the theoretical side of Art and learn how to find confidence in your own voice! Available 2018.

Course Descriptions

Introduction to Common Mental Illness in Older People (Dementia)

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Course

Day

Dates

Time

Venue

Fee

Introduction to Common Mental Illness in Older People (Dementia)

Tuesday

6 November

9:30 - 12:30

Hessle Community Centre (Room 15)

£ 0

Delivered by the Trusts Older Peoples Mental Health Service, this training workshop aims to introduce students to topics surrounding the mental illnesses (including dementia) that are commonly found in older people. These include (but are not limited to): knowing the factors that may increase risks and some of the theory behind how common mental illness develops, how early recognition/treatment may improve outcomes, becoming aware of the challenges to healthy living that may be experienced by different socio-economic and/or ethnic groups and how to signpost/help people to overcome them. You will also learn about evidence-based risk reduction research, how to disseminate health advice, encourage behavioural change in individuals to promote health and wellbeing/reduce risk and potentially prevent delirium whilst learning how to monitor, evaluate and improve the effectiveness of health promotion activities. Available 2018

Course Descriptions

Knitting For Beginners

Tuesdays

2, 9, 16 and 23 October (four week course)

2:00 - 4:00

St. Andrews Wellbeing Centre (Art Room)

Course

Day

Dates

Time

Venue

Knitting For Beginners

Have you ever fancied learning to knit or have tried (and given up) or want a refresher? If so, then this course is just for you! Enrol onto this beginner’s course and meet some passionate tutors who really know the benefits of this amazing craft. In an informal atmosphere you will learn basic knitting stitches in preparation to complete a simple knitting project. You will be able to practice with our needles and wool during the first session with the expectation that you will purchase your own during the course (just speak to the tutors who can point you in the right direction). This course has a £3 materials cost which will help cover the cost of the wool during the initial sessions. Available 2018

£ 3

Fee

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Course Descriptions

Knitting for Improvers

Tuesday

6, 13, 20 and 27 November and 4 December (five week course)

2:00 - 4:00

St. Andrews Wellbeing Centre (Art Room)

Course

Day

Dates

Time

Venue

Knitting for Improver's

Are you an experienced knitter or a beginner who can already knit, purl and cast on and off? Do you want to join a group of like-minded people who share your passion for knitting? Bring along your own project and materials to work on in this informal and relaxing environment. You will also be encouraged to share ideas and techniques. This course has a £3 Materials Cost which will help cover the cost of spare wool and other materials during the course. Available 2018

£ 3

Fee

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Course Descriptions

Living with Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD)

Monday

5 November

2:00 - 4:30

Artlink  (Event Space)

Course

Day

Dates

Time

Venue

Living with Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD)

Tutors and volunteers with clinical knowledge and lived experience of BPD speak openly about this misunderstood and sometimes demonised diagnosis in a responsive discussion based on learner questions. Maybe you have just been diagnosed with this controversial and broad diagnosis and want to learn about what exactly it is? Maybe you just want to ask what coping strategies our tutors and other students employ and how they manage their mental health. Or maybe you care for people with BPD either domestically or clinically and would like to learn more about BPD thinking patterns and behaviours and how best to respond? Come along and join the discussion. Available 2018.

£ 0

Fee

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Course Descriptions

Living With Dementia (and things you can do to help)

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Course

Day

Dates

Time

Venue

Fee

Living With Dementia (and things you can do to help)

Thursday

15 November

10:00 - 12:00

Beverley Library (Education Room)

£ 0

All are welcome (including healthcare professionals or those with dementia in their lives) to this workshop with Wendy Mitchell, author of Sunday Times Bestseller Somebody I Used To Know , who also lives with dementia, and the Trusts Research and Development Team. This workshop explores ways people with dementia can live well and be better supported and how they, and those who support them (families, friends, volunteers and healthcare staff), can help contribute to improvements in healthcare, treatment and support. People report this helps them feel valued and gives them a sense of purpose and hope for the future. Discussion will be encouraged to share good ideas for living as well as possible with dementia, which means everyone can take away ideas to help them day to day. Examples of ways you can get involved and share your experiences will be also be introduced. This workshop will be mostly informal and you can get involved as much or as little as you wish. Available 2018 and 2019

Course Descriptions

Living with Depression

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Dates

Time

Venue

Fee

Living with Depression

Tuesday

4 December

2:00 - 4:30

Hessle Community Centre (Hall)

£ 0

Tutors and volunteers with lived experience share their own stories in discussing what it means to live with depression and/or care for someone experiencing depression. In this student-led workshop, students will learn about depression and develop their understanding by asking and responding to questions in group discussion. Students are also invited to share their tips on how they manage their own depression and discuss practical coping strategies that work for them within this informal and supportive environment. Available 2018

Course Descriptions

Making Myself Heard

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Course

Day

Dates

Time

Venue

Fee

Making Myself Heard

Tuesdays

2, 9 and 16 October

2:00 - 4:00

Hessle Community Centre (Hall)

£ 0

Formally titled ‘Assertiveness’ in previous prospectuses, this informal three week course involving group discussions and some written work aims to help students to recognise the difference between passive, aggressive and assertive behaviour and the differences between constructive and destructive criticism. Learn tips on how to say ‘No’ without feeling guilty and find out how to apply assertiveness skills to everyday life. Available 2018

Course Descriptions

Medications in Mental Health

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Course

Day

Dates

Medication in Mental Health

Thursday

25 October

Tuesday

11 December

Time

1:00 - 3:30

1:00 - 3:30

St. Andrews Wellbeing Centre (Art Room)

Venue

£ 0

Fee

Hessle Community Centre (Hall)

£ 0

Have you been prescribed a new medication but want to know more about it?  Do you want to learn about the different types, how they work or about the potential side effects? Medications can be useful in helping you to manage your mental health but many people feel wary or have concerns about taking them. Use this informal and relaxed session to ask all your mental-health related medication questions to Alberto, our friendly neighbourhood Specialist Pharmacist! Available 2018 and 2019.

Course Descriptions

Meditation

Wednesdays

3, 17 and 24 October, 7, 21 and 28 Nov and 5 and 12 December (weekly except 10 October, 14 November and half term)

2:00 - 2:55

Goole Museum (Education Room)

Course

Day

Dates

Time

Venue

Mediation

This course will introduce you to the basics of Mediation, exploring an offshoot of Zen Meditation called Zazen, the most commonly practiced type with meditation techniques unique to Zen Buddhism. Understand how meditation can help to relax you, learn about balancing vibration frequencies, partake in short breathing exercises and Asian gong/sound meditations and develop a routine that works for you. Bring a cushion (or a blanket that can be folded into a cushion), a drink, and wear comfortable clothes and shoes. Students can join at any time (dependant on space availability - ring the office to check) so it doesn't matter if you’ve already missed some. Available 2018 and 2019

£ 0

Fee

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Course Descriptions

Meditation and Tai chi Taster combo (Man Stuff)

Tuesday

23 October

2:00 - 4:00

Hessle Community Centre (Hall)

Course

Day

Dates

Time

Venue

Mediation and Tai chi Taster Combo (Man Stuff)

As part of our ‘Man Stuff Season’, we’re proud to offer this Meditation and T’ai Chi Taster morning to invite male students to have a go at these relaxing activities in a male-only space. If you like these (one or the other, or both) you can then enrol onto the regular weekly courses. Please see the course descriptions for both Meditation and Tai Chi (above, and page 50). Available 2018

£ 0

Fee

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Course Descriptions

Mental Health Awareness (MHFA)

(Half Day MHFA Accredited Course)

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Course

Day

Dates

Time

Venue

Fee

Mental Health Awareness (MHFA)

Thursday

8 October

1:00 - 5:00

KCOM, Craven Park (North Stand, Boxes 7-8)

£ 13

An introductory Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) England course designed to increase mental health awareness and give an understanding of how to look after wellbeing and challenge stigma. When you complete your course you will get a certificate of attendance and an MHFA manual to keep and refer to whenever you need it. Research and evaluation shows that taking part in a MHFA course raises awareness and mental health literacy, reduces stigma around mental ill health, boosts knowledge and confidence in dealing with mental health issues and promotes early intervention which then enables recovery. This course has a materials cost of £13 to cover training manuals. Available 2018 and 2019

Course Descriptions

Mood and Food (Nourishing Wellness)

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Course

Day

Dates

Time

Venue

Fee

Mood & Food (Nourishing Wellness)

Tuesday

20 November

2:00 - 4:30

Hessle Community Centre (Hall)

£ 0

This session is specifically geared towards good eating for mental wellbeing. You will learn how different types of food impact the body, and in turn, the mind. Understand how you can realistically make small changes in your diet to improve your mental wellbeing through reflective quizzes, activities and discussion in a relaxed classroom environment. Available 2018

Course Descriptions

Nature Walks through East Park

(With the Yorkshire Wildlife Trust)

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Course

Day

Dates

Time

Venue

Fee

Nature Walks through East Park

Tuesday

16 October

10:00 - 1:00

East Park (Meet By The Splash Boat)

£ 0

Join the Yorkshire Wildlife Trust for an insightful stroll around East Park, Hull. Binoculars will be provided for a walk around the park looking at wildlife that has made its home here. Engage in a discussion about what can be done to improve things for both wildlife and for ourselves. Meet by the lake edge near the splash boats and don’t forget your cash for a coffee or tea at a café on site too. Please make sure you arrive on time, wear appropriate clothing and footwear for the weather and terrain. Available 2018

Course Descriptions

Nature Walks through West Park

(With the Yorkshire Wildlife Trust)

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Course

Day

Dates

Time

Venue

Fee

Nature Walks through West Park

Tuesday

13 November

10:00 - 1:00

Wast Park (Meet Anlaby Road Entrance)

£ 0

Join the Yorkshire Wildlife Trust for an insightful stroll through West Park. Binoculars will be provided for a walk around the park looking at wildlife that has made its home here. Engage in a discussion about what can be done to improve things for both wildlife and for ourselves. Meet at the West Park entrance on Anlaby Road and don’t forget your cash for a coffee or tea at a café on site too. Please make sure you arrive on time, wear appropriate clothing and footwear for the weather and terrain. Available 2018

Course Descriptions

Once Upon a Time

(Whats your Story?)

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Course

Day

Dates

Time

Venue

Fee

Once upon a Time (whats Your Story?)

Wednesdays

3, 10, 17 and 24 October and 7 and 14 November

(six week course weekly except

half term)

6:30 - 8:30 pm

Hull University (Brynmor Jones Library, Room tbc)

£ 0

We all have stories of our own and stories that we love. Being able to share them with friends, children, groups or in professional situations is a useful and important skill. But how can we best tell our stories? Find the hero inside you by exploring existing stories, their structures and character types. You’ll also develop your own stories and develop skills to help you find a voice to communicate fluently and with confidence about your own experience or those of others through practical and written exercises. Available 2018

Course Descriptions

One Mans Struggle to Play Footie Despite Being Useless at it (Man Stuff)

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Dates

Time

Venue

Fee

One Mans Struggle to Play Footie Despite Being Useless at it (Man Stuff)

Thursdays and Mondays

25 October, 22 November and 3 December

 

10:00 - 12:00

KCOM Craven Park (robins Nest)

£ 0

Come and join Mike in a regular group full of open-ended discussions, anecdotes and the benefits (both mentally and physically) about getting off the sofa and doing something as part of our ‘Man Stuff Season’.

When you’re not feeling ‘up to scratch’ the thought of going out and doing something can be daunting, but this group hopes to give you a little more confidence in doing so. The aim of this group is exploring how you can take control of your own mental health with exercise and improve it by being with others in doing so. As the course progresses, there is also the scope to join Mike as a joint facilitator. There will also be a bit about how to get involved with the Humber Teaching NHS Trust football team who play in the East Riding County FA’s Inclusion League; this is a supported league for people of mixed abilities and for people who would otherwise not contemplate playing football or any other form of organised sporting activity due to obstacles including mental health/confidence/self-esteem issues etc. Students can join at any time (dependant on space availability - ring the office to check) so it doesn't matter if you’ve already missed some sessions. There may even be a chance of a kick about before finishing so wear your trainers. Available 2018 and 2019.

Course Descriptions

Spoon and Spatula Making

(with The Yorkshire Wildlife Trust)

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Course

Day

Dates

Time

Venue

Spoon and Spatula Making

Wednesdays

14 November

10:00 - 12:00

Pearson Park (Meet at Victorian Conservatory)

Create your own unique spoons and spatulas in a unique setting. Sit in the autumn sun, listen to the birds and watch the wildlife whilst learning a new skill. No prior knowledge is needed and all tools will be provided. Whilst this is a Youth in Nature initiative (designed for ages 16-24), all are welcome on this course. Meet at the entrance to the Victorian Conservatory in Pearson Park before walking over to the YWT Wildlife Garden. Please bring a drink with you and wear suitable clothing, rain or shine. Available 2018

Course Descriptions

Tai Chi

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Course

Day

Dates

Time

Venue

Tai Chi

Wednesdays

3, 17 and 24 October, 7, 21 and 28 November and 5 and 12 December

(weekly except 10 October, 14 November and half term)

 

3:05 - 4:00 pm

Goole Museum (Education Room)

T’ai Chi is a series of gentle flowing movements rooted in traditional Chinese martial arts. Be guided through simple exercises with the aim of experiencing deep relaxation and a feeling of inner peace and wellbeing. Increase your suppleness, balance and flexibility and improve your posture through gentle, controlled stretching. No experience needed. Students can join at any time (dependant on space availability - ring the office to check) so it doesn't matter if you’ve already missed some. Please bring a drink and wear loose-fitting clothes and flat soled shoes. Available 2018 and 2019

Course Descriptions

Tech Stuff (Man Stuff)

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Course

Day

Dates

Time

Venue

Tech Stuff (Man Stuff)

Wednesdays

21 November and 13 December

10am – 12.30pm

Ings Library (Learning Zone)

Join the Recovery College resident whizz kids Michael and Acho in monthly tech-filled sessions as part of our ‘Man Stuff Season’. Bring your own tech (phones, tablets, laptops etc) and learn how to get the most out of them. Or, just turn up and have a chat with the others. There will also be desktop computers available (and a PlayStation) to do your own thing and develop your techy skills (whether you’re afraid of the mouse or a master programmer). Students can join at any time (dependant on space availability - ring the office to check) so it doesn't matter if you’ve already missed some. Available 2018 and 2019.

Course Descriptions

Three Lions on a shirt (Man Stuff)

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Course

Day

Dates

Time

Venue

Three Lions on a Shirt (Man stuff)

Tuesdays

2 and 9 October

10 – 11.30am

Hessle Community Centre (Room 15)

Two 90 minute sessions with Les, Founding Editor of Hull City Kits (and ’Amber Nectar’ podcaster) exploring the history of the England national team’s playing kits, from 1872 to present day. Following England is a shared experience, so share your memories of games past and the triumphs and trials of the Three Lions as part of the Recovery College ‘Man Stuff Season’. Men only. Available 2018

Course Descriptions

Understanding Welfare Benefits

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Course

Day

Dates

Time

Venue

10 October

Ings Library (Meeting Room)

Understanding Welfare Benefits

Wednesday

14 November

10:00 - 12:00

Goole Library

5 December

Artlink (Meeting Room)

Universal Credit has already started replacing six benefits (including Jobseekers Allowance, ESA and Housing Benefit) in Hull and East Riding. It’s changing but don’t panic! This information session with a knowledgeable tutor aims to demystify this new benefit and explain what Universal Credit could mean for you. Available 2018 and 2019.

Course Descriptions

Volunteer Information Session

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Course

Day

Dates

Time

Venue

Volunteer Information Session

Monday

19 November

13:30 - 16:00

St. Andrews

Fancy volunteering for the Humber Recovery College? Do you have a certain skill or knowledge about something that you’d like to share? Have you learnt something from lived experience that you think may benefit others to know? Or perhaps you like the idea of being a peer support worker? Come along to this relaxed discussion with Recovery College Tutors, the Trust’s Volunteer Coordinator and current volunteers and learn more about how to get involved and how we can help each other grow! If you are not already familiar with the Recovery College or about Recovery College principles, please have a read of the information on pages 6 and 7 to learn what we’re all about before attending. Available 2018 and 2019.

Course Descriptions

Wellbeing Through Creativity

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Course

Day

Dates

Time

Venue

Tuesday

2, 9, 16 and 23 October and 6, 13, 20 and 27 November and 4 and 11 December (weekly except half term)

10:00 - 1:00

Old Parcels Office, Bridlington (Art Room)

Wellbeing through Creativity

Fridays

5, 12, 19 and 26 October and 9, 16, 23 and 30 November and 7 and 14 December (weekly except

half term)

09:30 - 12:00

KCOM Craven Park (North Stand,

Boxes 7-8)

This relaxed and informal creative art space invites students to bring their own projects or use the materials provided to be inspired and create whatever they like. This is a flexible, student-led and loosely structured weekly course to allow students the freedom to explore their own creativity. However, knowledgeable tutors are on hand to support the development of practical skills, to help build confidence and to bounce ideas off. Since students independently choose what to do each week there is the potential to explore things like drawing, collage, painting, crafting… the list is endless! Students can join at any time (dependant on space availability - ring the office to check) so it doesn't matter if you’ve already missed some sessions. There is a £5 materials cost for this course  to contribute towards the purchasing of art materials (which students are then welcome to use at any time during the course). Available 2018 and 2019

Course Descriptions

Yoga for Relaxation

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Course

Day

Dates

Time

Venue

Yoga for Relaxation

Friday

5 October -

14 December (weekly except

half term)

2:00 - 15:00

KCOM Craven Park (Robins Nest)

Yoga is an ancient discipline proven to reduce stress and tension by stretching and strengthening the body when coupled with conscious mindful breathing. Studies have shown that the benefits of the holistic mind-body approach of Yoga are emotional balance, a greater sense of well-being, better sleep and increased resilience to stress. No experience required (if you can breathe, you can practice Yoga) and all equipment is provided (but if you have your own mat, please bring it along). Wear loose comfortable sports clothing and bring a big, body-sized blanket (to be used as a prop and for relaxation) as well as a drink to keep yourself hydrated. Students can join at any time (dependant on space availability - ring the office to check) so it doesn't matter if you’ve already missed some sessions. Available 2018 and 2019.