Some links that you might find useful…
Brathay’s partner Worldskills UK, part of the National Apprenticeship Service, champions high standards of training and development through the running of Awards and Competitions.
We’ve got a selection of videos on our vimeo channel, including footage of RowRunner, The Big Shout, and The Brathay Windermere Marathon, Family Fun Day and 10in10.
Learning Plus UK is a not-for-profit charity in the education sector. They have worked for over eight years providing support to post-16 providers. Their focus is on supporting education leaders to make an impact on young people’s lives by improving educational performance and evaluating provision through the use of easily accessible performance data.
The University of Cumbria are offering the following courses that may be useful for people working in development training, youth work and outdoor education:
Find out more information about the University of Cumbria by clicking here or contact Chris Loynes for more information.
The NHS has a useful website if you are a young person caring for someone who is ill or disabled, with a wealth of information and resources about being a young carer.
Award winning Patissier and Chocolatier and a rising star in the food world. In just a few short years the talented pastry chef has picked up an array of awards, including Craft Guild of Chefs Young Chef of the Year 2009, the 2010 Acorn Scholar and the first Medallion of Excellence when he represented the UK at WorldSkills Japan 2007.
Our professional development team are a values-driven group of straight-talking consultants, focused upon delivering results. Find Out More »
We want young people to become successful through making their own choices and decisions. By doing this they will become confident and flourish. Find Out More »
One of Brathay’s many distinctive features is its Research Hub. Brathay uses research and evaluation to underpin and develop its practice. Find Out More »