Active Lifelong LearningCeltic Harmony promotes the ethos of 'learning through doing' and our lifelong learning programme aims to stimulate a more active and sustainable way of life.
Are you a young person or adult interested learning more about conservation, crafts or outdoor education?
Then an active work experience course may be for you, from Heritage Conservation to Archery!
Due to the outdoor nature of activities and the educational nature of the charity, and depending on your interests, we will guide you to the right course for you at an informal interview. Please fill in the application form below so we can invite you to join on of our programmes.
Work Experience Training- Heritage Conservation and Archery Courses are ideal if you are 19+ and unemployed or are referring a client who is a vulnerable adult. Courses are part of the 'Building Better Opportunities' Hertfordshire Strive project designed to engage participants into activity leading to further training and employment.
- College Work Experience are inclusive development programmes for college students including a range of outdoor learning to develop practical and communication skills. Programmes run for weekly work experience courses over a period of 1 - 3 years.
Volunteering- Volunteer Education Assistant: do you enjoy working with children and are able to complete tasks on your own or in a group with good communication skills? Perhaps you have children of your own and would enjoy helping out with our Prehistory School Trips. You would need to commit to a 80 hour induction & training programme to assist the education team deliver school trips. This position requires a DBS check.
- Volunteer Conservation Assistant: do you like working outdoors and are able to complete tasks on your own or in a group with good communication skills? You may be looking for an active way to give back to the community or wanting to gain more experience in outdoor work. This position requires a DBS check.
- Internships with universities, supported by Santander, from a period of three months. Ideal if you may be interested in gaining experience in communications , education or conservation.
- Work Experience Weeks for year 10/11 secondary school students and Duke of Edinburgh Volunteering Service Award.