PASS (Promote, Advance, and Support for Success) 

 

Transforming Belfast — The Glider project


 
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i-Connect is a new programme which offers young women (aged 16-24) in Ballymena, Antrim and Carrickfergus who are currently not in employment, training or education the chance to enhance their digital skills. 

Over 8 weeks, participants will learn a range of digital media skills, including photo editing, film-making, special effects and basic computer coding.  

They will also put together a personalised digital portfolio which will tell prospective employers or colleges all about themselves and what they have to offer.  This portfolio will be hosted on the free Zappar app platform, which is used to access Augmented Reality (AR) content.


If you are a young person, parent, youth or community group and would like to take part in Transforming Belfast, contact Louise at WheelWorks on 028 90244063 or sheena@wheelworksarts.com



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