We pride ourselves on producing and delivering a broad range of both practical and theoretical courses across Hull and East Riding with our valued partners.

OUR COURSES & WORKSHOPS

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Meaningful Activity

VENUE

 

 

We aim to provide venues that are accessible by public  transport and (where possible) ensure there are free or paid parking facilities onsite or nearby. Refreshments are not available at any of our venues so please take personal responsibility and bring any required drinks and  snacks you require for the duration of the session.

 

Hull

 

&

 

East Riding

Alfred Bean Hospital Bridlington Road, Driffield YO25 5JR

 

Bilton Grange Community Association Grange Road , Hull HU9 4LQ

 

Cecil Gardens 171-185 Hawthorn Ave, Hull HU3 5PU

 

Countryside Access Nature Reserve, Pocklington YO42 1TZ

 

East Riding Petuaria Centre 10 Centurion Way, Brough HU15 1DF

 

Ferens Art Gallery Queen Victoria Square, Hull HU1 3RA

 

Goole Museum Carlisle Street, Goole DN14 5DS

 

Harrison Park Hall Rd, Hull HU6 9DQ

 

Hull Central Library Albion St Hull  HU1 3TF

 

Hessle Community Centre Old School House, Hessle HU13 9LJ

 

Life and Loom 38-58 Selby Street, Hull HU3 3PT

 

Matthew’s Hub 183 Ferensway, Hull HU1 3UA

 

North Bridlington Library Marton gate, Bridlington  YO16 6YD

 

Vulcan Learning Centre 42 Heron Street, Hull  HU3 3PF

 

 

Code  of

CONDUCT

 

 

The Humber Recovery College Code of Conduct is really important and is in place to help promote equality, safety, fairness and respect within the College. The following rules are what we require of our students, with the understanding that you agree to follow them when you enrol with us:

  • Treat all students and staff with compassion, dignity and respect and to not discriminate against or harass others at any time, respecting their rights, life choices, beliefs and opinions.

 

  • To respect the wellbeing and property of others, and report any health and safety concerns you may notice

 

  • To attend courses and workshops punctually and inform the College if you are unable to attend

 

  • To take responsibility for your own learning and come to the courses and workshops equipped to participate and be appropriately dressed

 

  • To take an active part in your own learning and recovery journey using the resources made available to you

 

  • To communicate the information we need to support your enrolment, ongoing learning and wellbeing

 

  • To refrain from the use of alcohol and illicit substances whilst attending a Recovery College course or workshop

 

To refrain from bringing weapons of any kind to college courses or workshops