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  • BRAG - Bright Futures - Outdoor Ecology Course

    Created: 06/12/2021

    BRAG is coordinating an outdoor activity course for unemployed people aged 19 to 24 to build new skills and confidence in support of employability skills.  

    The 8-week activity course starts on the 14 of January 2022 at The Ecology Centre. The activities will include tree planting, creating mini national parks, den/hammock building using natural materials, wellbeing/kindness/exploring senses, mini raft building and racing and campfire cookout and many more activities.

    There will be an allocated pick-up area in Kirkcaldy and all participants will be transported there and back.

    During this course participants will complete and gain a John Muir Discovery Award

    https://www.johnmuirtrust.org/john-muir-award

    This course is part of the No-one Left Behind employability project, Bright Futures which supporting 19–24-year-olds into a positive destination throughout the Fife area.

    If you would like more information about this course, or would like to pass info onto partners, please see this leaflet, or to find out more about Bright Futures, please email Ros Davidson: [email protected] or phone 07523 143 219

    Spaces on this course are limited.




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