NCCWN Donegal Women’s Network in collaboration with Coiste Halla Naomh Bríde are delighted to be offering ‘New Beginnings’. This 8 week course commencing in Halla Naomh Bríde, Lettermacaward will be facilitated by Emily Whelan, Leading Life Coach & Motivational Speaker.
The aim of this course is to support women in life-long learning opportunities. Promoting personal development, well-being and positive mental health.
Over the eight sessions participants will have the opportunity to;
Identify and explore their skills
Learn to own their own power
Develop their self-care
Explore personal development and create a personal action plan
Meet new people
And much more
Who is this course for?
Women who left the workforce and did not return, for example women who left to start a family
Women unemployed and seeking only part-time work
Women in unpaid work in the home
Women who are unemployed and not looking for immediate paid work, for example, someone full-time at home looking after a young family and/or other dependent
Women getting a disability payment
Here is a snippet of the great feedback the course has received from past participants to-date:
“ My mind- set has completely changed. I no longer focus on the negatives; I try to focus on the positives which is very motivating and energising.”
“ I feel grateful for the opportunity to be heard. I have a voice and what I say matters.”
“ I feel empowered to achieve anything.”
Venue: Halla Naomh Bríde, Lettermacaward, Co. Donegal
Dates: Monday 23rd and 30th September, the 7th, 14th and 21st October and the 4th, 11th and 18th November 2019
Cost: €25.00 (concessions are available, please contact us to find out more).
Tea and Coffee will also be provided during each session
If you are interested in participating in this programme please fill in this form and we will be in contact with you. For further information please contact NCCWN Donegal Women’s Network by email on firstname.lastname@example.org or 074 9722790. Booking is essential, book early to avoid disappointment.
This course has been part funded by Donegal ETB under their Community Education Support Programme.