Write to Work is a one of kind course set to support unemployed learners find training, education or employment within the writing sector. With over thirteen invited writers and industry professionals delivering weekly sessions participants will learn about creative writing, storytelling, radio & music journalism, reviewing, arts criticism, writing for gaming, copy writing and more. Writers such as Manon Steffan Ros (Welsh writer of the year) and local radio journalist Ngunan Adamu give insider tips, sharing their inspirational journeys to success.
An active interest in writing is essential however Writing on the Wall welcome all abilities and confidences. One of our past learners says;
The Write to Work course was more than straightforward instruction, it was practical, personal, supportive and very challenging. We started with descriptions and storytelling, drawing on our memories and dreams. Straightaway we were asked to work together, to encourage each other and to discuss ideas to enhance our writing. This dialogue with our peers was a really important part of the course.
At the end of the course all learners will submit work for publication, with everybody receiving a copy of the book. To read some of the past courses work check out www.write-to-work.co.uk.
WoW are committed to making all of our programmes accessible and will be able to provide registered BSL interpreters, childcare subsidies and travel for any learners who should require it. For an application form or more info don’t hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org