Training & Education at Greenway Women’s Centre

Greenway Women’s Centre is a first step back to education and training for many women and the Centre has a successful record in delivering education and training programmes.

Greenway offers an integrated range of support services to participants on self development programmes and certified training on health, education, volunteering and employment, as well as one-to-one study support and on-site childcare services.

Greenway Women’s Centre provides a wide range of flexible education and training programmes developed to suit women’s domestic, family and work responsibilities, alongside an integrated range of support services.

At Greenway we offer:

  • an informal and supportive learning environment for women
  • accessible, affordable, high quality education and training services
  • essential skills qualifications
  • a variety of accredited and non-accredited courses
  • volunteering and work placement opportunities
  • top quality on-site Sessional Day Care provision

Greenway is an outcentre for Belfast Metropolitan College (BMC) and has built partnerships with local training providers, as well as local business and enterprise agencies.

Please Note: To minimise the risk of spreading Covid-19 (Coronavirus) within our community we ask everyone visiting Greenway Women’s Centre to please observe all Health & Safety procedures which are clearly signposted throughout the Greenway building.

Essential Skills Programme

Essential Skills qualifications are available to anyone over the age of 16 in Northern Ireland who wants to improve their literacy, numeracy or ICT skills, either to help secure a job or for ongoing personal development.

An Essential Skills qualification can help improve your reading, writing, maths or computer proficiency to make you more employable across a whole range of different jobs.

Greenway Women’s Centre offers OCR Basic Skills Awards in Literacy, Numeracy and ICT at Basic, Level 1 and Level 2 and offers progression routes to participants within the Centre and also with other learning providers.

Greenway’s Essential Skills operate on two levels; group sessions in the morning and afternoon when participants complete the OCR qualification and one-to-one sessions for individuals who require additional support.

Greenway’s objectives are to target adult learners who have Essential Skills needs and to provide training that will enhance personal development as well as career and educational progression.

For further information on any aspect of Training and Education at Greenway Women’s Centre please contact Greenway’s Training & Education Officer, Helen Smyth.

Telephone: 028 9079 9912