Sorted Church, a Bishops Mission Order in the Leeds Diocese and Church Army Centre of Mission are pleased that 15 young people from BD10 and BD2 areas of Bradford received their Gold Awards for Leading in Community Settings which is customised accreditation with ASDAN in partnership with Primetime.
Young people, some who struggle with academic study, from some of the most deprived areas of Bradford have achieved their leadership certificate in a community setting. Over the last year, 25 young people have already been awarded their bronze and silver awards. The gold award is to be presented on Sat 8th Feb by Mr Liam Jagger, CEO of Primetime, at Bolton Villas Family Church, Livingstone Road, Wrose at 11 o clock
Some of the gold award units included things like: fund raising and bid writing; risk assessment; working in partnership; understanding diversity and inclusion and volunteering in the local community.
The course is available from Primetime, please contact Rosie Dixon; rosie@primetimeYLN.com for further information. Sorted aims to deliver the Leadership Programme in the coming year.
One young person said: ‘I found the leadership course good because I’ve now got qualifications under my belt and I can go into leading some sort of team in the community’
Sorted is run by young people for young people, a fresh expression of church. We work closely with Immanuel College, Hanson Academy and Bradford Youth Project. Please visit our website for all our activities and please do ring Tracy for any further information and if you would like to receive our quarterly newsletter with all our upto date events as they happen throughout the year.