Programmes

We are just in the process of organising a variety of new programmes that will be rolled out in the coming weeks and months - WATCH THIS SPACE

 

Anyone interested in getting involved send an email to :  ellen.cahill@hotmail.com

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Porticus Program

Currently through the porticus programme we aim to support and prepare local communities, residents and current staff members and management of the BMSSP in the quest to facilitate the smooth transition for all concerned to the new shared space building.

 

A key focus will be on the delivery of relevant training that will empower the individual and further help the organisation succeed and grow.

 
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Peace Barriers Program

The critical mens engagement group that has been running for the past year, we meet most tuesday nights at 7pm in various locations from bmag to the innovation centre.

Recently we have delivered the beacon/funday event on 10th july in the springmartin area.

 

We have a number of other programmes starting in the near future, epilogues, oral history projects etc.

 

Philip can be contacted about any of these on email:

philip@blackmountainsharedspace.com

 

Mens Critical Engagement Group

The Cross Community Engagement group meets to discuss hard end topics that have and continue to impact on communities and families living in Interface Communities.

 
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Womens Critical Engagement Group

The Cross Community Engagement group meets to discuss hard end topics that have and continue to impact on communities and families living in Interface Communities

Every Tuesday

 
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Cross Community Residents Forum 

A forum inclusive of residents from the Upper Springfield and the Spring Martin / Highfield estates, were topics that directly impact these interface communities can be discussed and objectives and outcomes worked towards for the betterment of both communities 

 
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Men's Shed

A space to allow Men to express themselves through woodwork, crafts and discussion - connect, converse and create

 
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Belfast City Council Employment Academies 

Care Academy -Employment academies are open to anyone currently out of work or working less than 16 hours per week, applicants must be a resident of Belfast. 

 

Registration details: academy@people-1st.co.uk 

 

Belfast City Council are pleased to announce that we are rolling out an academy in conjunction with Balmoral Health Care 24/11/2021.  Vacancies include Healthcare Assistants (various care homes) and Covid Testers (Randox – City Airport rate of pay £14ph)