Heworth Associates support a variety of community and voluntary activities.
We offer pro bono coaching to volunteers working in selected charities.
We have designed and run community coaching projects to match coaches with volunteer clients in charities.
We also support the Shaw Trust:
Shaw Trust is a national charity that helps people facing disadvantage to find work, gain skills and take control of their futures. The Trust provides back-to-work programmes, training and opportunities across the UK, working at the heart of communities to help thousands of people find the right job. It helps people gain skills and get into work through a range of activities including education, retail and work experience as well as health and social enterprise projects. Many of the people we support have barriers to employment, including lack of recent work experience or training, disabilities and health issues. Our volunteer programme adds value to their journey towards work by bringing people with skills and knowledge into our centres to share their expertise.
Shaw Trust career development coaches will usually see a jobseeker for around six to eight coaching sessions to help them progress towards work or sustain a new job. This will include helping set goals and build their confidence. We recruit qualified coaches, or people working towards a qualification.
Heworth Associates supports the Shaw Trust to recruit volunteer coaches, especially for centres in the North of England, including York, Darlington, Middlesbrough, Sunderland, Liverpool etc.
If you would like to know more or offer your services then contact us
or contact Shaw Trust Volunteers, Tel. 0300 247 2222
or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The next free supervision taster session takes place on 11 January 2018.
Use the contact form to request an information pack or to book a place.
Coach supervision supports us to be at our best for our clients, and to grow, develop and thrive.
Small online groups working together on a private platform for mutual learning and development.
Our next meeting dates are Tuesday 21 November, when the topic will be Positive Games, and Friday 1 December
Establishing the Coaching Agreement - Thursday 7 December at 6pm.
How do coaches partner with clients to achieve their goal for each session within the context of acheiving the overall goals of the coaching programme? How do we recognise when the coaching agreement may need to be adjusted?
Book here for this International Coach Federation free coach development event. ICF CCEUS are available to participants.