G2G Communities CIC is working in partnership with Denbighshire Countryside Services to record the new developments at Rhyl Cut due to start on the 4 February 2013. Learners and staff at G2G Communities CIC have already taken photographs of the proposed development in December 2012 and will follow the project through to completion. The photographs and videos will be used to produce a multimedia record/case study of how the project progressed from beginning to end.
The project will transform this area into a community hotspot with walking, fishing and cycling being just some of the activities available, not just to the local community but to tourists to the area and those interested in wildlife and the environment.
Out of 280 applications over 190 applicants from across Wales were successful in applying for free Homebase vouchers as part of Keep Wales Tidy’s ‘Have a Wild Weekend for Wales’ campaign. One of the lucky applicants was G2G Communities CIC in partnership with the Oaktree Child Care Centre, Rhyl.
Funded by Welsh Government, CCW and Homebase, the aim of the weekend-long campaign was to encourage groups to create new wildlife habitats to improve local biodiversity by undertaking small practical projects to benefit native species.
To find out more about the work of Keep Wales Tidy visit: http://www.keepwalestidy.org/
Volunteers, staff and children from G2G Communities CIC and the Oaktree Child Care Centre will be rolling up their sleeves to give local wildlife a helping hand in by building a range of bird/bat boxes and bee/butterfly habitats and feeders. Having been successful in their application G2G Communities CIC was given £200 worth of Homebase voucher which they used to buy wood and other resources to build the habitats and feeders. Money was also used to purchase a range of shrubs and wild flower seed that would provide natural food during next summer/ winter.
G2G Communities CIC is pleased to announce that it has now added to its comprehensive partnerships and become a UK online centre.
UK online co-ordinate a network of 3,800 community based UK online centres and provide products on their www.learnmyway.com website. As well as 'tasters' and fun stuff to try out, the Learn my way website also hosts the online basics course. Learners sign up for a Learn my way account, so they can track their progress through the course's modules, which include using a keyboard and mouse, email, internet searching, internet safety and using online public services.
G2G Communities CIC has now become an accredited Microsoft Office Specialist Test Centre and can offer the full MOS on-line learning packages and tests all in one centre. As well as MOS training and examinations we also offer ECDL Level 1 and 2.
Download the MOS leaflet here (pdf)
What MOS training is available?
What you'll get in each bundle:
Microsoft’s official 2010 MOS e-learning courses:Three online courses (approximately 6 hours of learning) taking you from Introduction to Advanced level in your chosen application – the complete training package to prepare for the relevant MOS exam.