From Swansea to Edinburgh, our volunteers have come to the next exciting training session. Well, they will be logging onto Zoom, but we’re still excited! If anyone is unfamiliar with how our programme works, we pair volunteers from a community venue with a local volunteer engineer, and then one volunteer from the venue gets some […]
First sessions running – are you next?
We’re extremely proud to say that our first set of engineers and group leaders have been trained, and we’re getting reports that they’re doing their first sessions! Temperature and Relative Humidity sensors have been dispatched, session materials have been distributed and our games for session two are being printed as I type. It’s difficult to […]
We’ve had a lot of questions about the content of the training and of the four main sessions of the programme. This post will cover the training for Group Leaders and the four sessions themselves. Each of the four sessions will last two hours and you will be provided with detailed session plans describing how […]
Maryhill seeks engineer
“We believe our faith needs to be lived out in our actions and so we are always looking for new ways to open our buildings to serve the community and welcome community groups. However, we are also conscious of our duty to care for the environment and so we are looking to discover how to […]
Finding an Engineer
We’re very impressed by the engineers who have been signing up for the programme! We’re finding community groups for them, but we also need to help community groups in other locales to find engineers near them. If you are a group without an engineer, we suggest you reach out through your community – notice boards, […]