Crafting the Future of Thurrock; Craft Trade School
The Crafts Council, Thurrock Council and Metal Culture are looking for traditional craft practitioners to plan and deliver workshops on the new education programme Craft Trade School.
The project is a new initiative to up-skill young people working in, or looking to work in, construction, production, or other related areas. It aims to enhance employability skills, encourage creativity, and ignite a passion for craft within the future workforce.
Craft Trade School are looking to work with 90 young people through a series of six taster workshops and four masterclasses, based in Thurrock. We are looking for makers from across disciplines – weaving/metal work/glass blowing/ceramics etc. You must have a passion for working with young people and previous experience of developing and running workshops with this age range.
Applications are being accepted on a rolling basis, and should be submitted in Word or PDF format by email to Project Manager, Clare Charles email@example.com.
Deadline 24 January 2017. The first workshops will take place in February 2017.
Please include the following in your application.
– CV with relevant experience
– Proposal for the workshops – how will you respond to the project/challenge?
– Statement outlining your suitability for the work
– Evidence of your suitability for the work, including demonstrating relevant experience in delivering making projects, teaching and working as a maker
– Two references, one that knows you in a teaching capacity and one who knows you from the making side of your practise.
Introduction to Craft Trade School
Craft Trade School is a response to the need within Thurrock to develop a highly skilled workforce, embedding traditional craft skills within construction and related industries. It aims to work with young people either studying, on an apprenticeship, or at an early stage in their career, to ignite a passion for crafts within their industry.
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