SHEP short courses

Spring 2020


NOTE: If you can’t print application form it can be send to you by post. For more information call SHEP on 021-4666180 or the Lantern Community Project on 086 1746374.

The Lantern Open Day is Wednesday 22nd January 2020 12pm to 2pm.

Short courses 2020 overview

Introduction to Personal Development

Cork
Green Lantern | Evergreen Street
Cost: No Charge
Funded by: CETB

Explore issues affecting emotional well-being and growth, including the management of feelings, stress, listening,communication and relationships

Groups Week Day Time Starts on Ends on
Group 1 Tuesday 10:30 – 13:00 February 11 April 7
Group 2 Tuesday 19:00 – 21:30 February 18 April 14
Detail info
Application Form

Women’s Health & Meditation

Cork
Green Lantern | Evergreen Street
Cost: No Charge
Funded by: CETB

The course is open to all Women interested in exploring tighter issues that are relevant to their lives and in particular their physical and emotional health.

Groups Week Day Time Starts on Ends on
Group 1 Wednesday 10:30 – 13:00 February 12 April 8
Detail info
Application Form

Facilitating Wellbeing & Empowerment in Mature Adults Through the Medium of Art

Cork
Green Lantern | Evergreen Street
Cost: No Charge
Funded by: CETB

Using creative media and others, this course is designed for older adults who have retired or are getting near retirement – stay more in charge of your life and take steps to explore your creative potential and physical wellbeing.

Groups Week Day Time Starts on Ends on
Group 1 Wednesday 10:30 – 13:00 February 12 April 8
Detail info
Application Form

Effective Communication

Cork
Green Lantern | Evergreen Street
Cost: No Charge
Funded by: CETB

Build self-esteem and develop skills and awareness to improve communication in ways that help enhance the quality of life and relationships.

Groups Week Day Time Starts on Ends on
Group 1 Thursday 10:30 – 13:00 February 13 April 2
Detail info
Application Form

Managing Stress in Our Daily Lives

Cork
Green Lantern | Evergreen Street
Cost: No Charge
Funded by: CETB

Understanding the natural processes that give rise to stress, as well as how these can be damaging. Learning skills in the prevention of unnecessary stress and the management of unavoidable stress.

Groups Week Day Time Starts on Ends on
Group 1 Thursday 10:30 – 13:00 February 20 April 9
Detail info
Application Form

Other Cork City Venues

Seasons for Growth – Grief, Loss & Change

Cork
SHEP Farranferris | Redemption Road
Cost: No Charge
Funded by: CETB

This course provides adults with the opportunity to examine how loss, grief or change has impacted on their lives and provides knowledge, skills and attitudes to understand and manage these experiences.

Groups Week Day Time Starts on Ends on
Group 1 Thursday 10:30 – 13:00 February 13 April 2
Detail info
Application Form

Effective Communication

Cork
SHINE Centre | 14 A Washington St. West | T12 K376
Cost: No Charge
Funded by: CETB

Build self-esteem and develop skills and awareness to improve communication in ways that help enhance the quality of life and relationships.

Groups Week Day Time Starts on Ends on
Group 1 Tuesday 10:30 – 13:00 February 11 April 7
Detail info
Application Form

Introduction to Personal Development

Cork
SHEP Ballintemple | Ardfoyle Avenue | T12 XDH2
Cost: No Charge
Funded by: CETB

Explore issues affecting emotional well-being and growth, including the management of feelings, stress, listening, communication and relationships.

Groups Week Day Time Starts on Ends on
Group 1 Thursday 19:00 – 22:00 February 13 April 2
Detail info
Application Form

Other County Venues

Caring for Our Wellbeing

Mallow
Mercy Centre | P51 PF10
Cost: No Charge
Funded by: SHEP Grant

For people who have an interest in their own health and well – being, people who experience emotional distress at times and who would like to work together with others to explore ways to enhance their well-being.

Groups Week Day Time Starts on Ends on
Group 1 Monday 19:30 – 22:00 February 10 March 30
Detail info
Application Form

Managing Stress in Our Daily Lives

Midleton
Respond Building | Carrig Liath | P25 TN59
Enq: 087 7766 29 77 Margaret Fenton
Cost: No Charge
Funded by: National Lottery Grant to RESPOND

Understanding the natural processes that give rise to stress, as well as how these can be damaging. Learning skills in the prevention of unnecessary stress and the management of unavoidable stress.

Groups Week Day Time Starts on Ends on
Group 1 Tuesday 10:30 – 13:00 February 4 March 31
Detail info
Application Form

SHEP Tutors have extensive training and experience in creating a supportive atmosphere that helps personal learning and growth in the way that is unique and of importance to each person in the group. Participants bring a wealth of life experience which is valued. The learning approach in a SHEP group enables each person to learn from their own life experiences, as well as from the experiences of the other participants.