|When||22 February at 9:30am to Friday 3 March at 4:00pm, 2017|
|Provided by||The Conservation Volunteers|
The Course aims to introduce individuals to practical conservation work, looking at some theory and some common practical skills.
Individuals will learn about safe use of hand tools, working safely within a group, why organisations do different sorts of practical projects, and how they can get involved in doing more, either with TCV or other groups in Leeds.
The course will take place at TCV Hollybush as well as various green sites in the local Leeds area.
|Venue||Hollybush Conservation Centre
Broad Lane Kirkstall Leeds LS5 3BP
|Learning outcomes||Correct use of tools Simple practical skills Health & Safety Managing risks Team work & communication And more....|
|Suitable for||Adults 19 or over Leeds area residents People with mental ill health, physical illness, refugee status, learning difficulty or drug or alcohol issues|
|How to book||We conduct a simple interview to make sure that the person is right for the course and the course is right for the person. To arrange an interview please contact the Short Courses Co-ordinator, Eric Yaffey, on 0113 239 9929 or 07740 899 723 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Cost||£60 or £16 if you are 65 or over FREE if you are on benefits. Evidence of benefits must be provided before the course starts.|
22 February at 9:30am to Friday 3 March at 4:00pm, 2017