Community Action Work

Community Campus have worked with the Stockton and Riverside College Princes Trust group over the last few weeks offering community action work placements for over 20 young people. This involved in helping a series of local charities with their work with homeless people. The groups worked with Community Campus ’87, Coatham House and East Cleveland Youth … Read more Community Action Work

Bright Lights – Starting in Construction 2019

Congratulations to the cohort of trainees who completed the Bright Lights Starting in Construction 2019 training course. The course was funded by British Land and run by Community Campus in conjunction with Academy 3-13, Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council and Bowmer and Kirkland. It saw 12 local young people achieve a CSCS card alongside nationally accredited qualifications … Read more Bright Lights – Starting in Construction 2019

European Network for Housing Research Report

Community Campus are included as a model of good practice in the European Network for Housing Research report looking at the community led refurbishment of empty homes. This self-help housing is seeing local communities bring empty properties back into use to meet housing need and create thriving neighbourhoods. For more information on self-help housing see … Read more European Network for Housing Research Report

Starting Out in Construction Training Programme

Community Campus in partnership with British Land are delivering a pilot ‘Starting Out in Construction’ six week training programme aimed at acting as a stepping stone to employment opportunities in the construction sector. The training is free to Stockton residents aged 18 and over. For further information please see the enclosed flyer. Starting Out in … Read more Starting Out in Construction Training Programme