Welcome to our Website
We hope you will find what you're looking for whether it is information on our youth centres or inspiration for your school's outdoor learning programme.
West View Project has existed since 1980 when a group was formed by a group of residents who wanted to create somewhere children in the local area could play safely. This aim still sits at the core of the organisation & our Miers Avenue youth centre is open 5 evenings per week catering for young people aged 5 to 19. As is the case with a lot of groups like WVP over the years we have received funding to deliver & develop more specialist work. We’ve always ensured this work compliments or supports the delivery of our youth centres.
If you can't find what you are looking for you can contact us either by telephone during our office opening hours (8:30am - 5:00pm) or by emailing us. You will find more detail about specific contacts for activities & services on their related pages. We welcome feedback on the site and our activities and you're welcome to get in touch with comments or suggestions.
Happy New Year
New Courses for 2017
Archery for all
ADULT ARCHERY SESSIONS.
Mondays commencing January 9th 2017 10am – 12 noon.
West View Community Centre Cost £4 per session.
Each session is ran by qualified instructors from West View Project.
Maximum archers per session 12.
SCHOOLS GROUP ARCHERY.
Mondays commencing January 9th 2017 1pm – 3pm
Held at West View Community Centre - Cost £45 per session
Children will be collected and dropped off at school by West View Project
Each session is ran by qualified instructors
Maximum archers per session 12
To book give us a call
First Aid Courses 2017
Tuesday 10th Wednesday 11th January 2017
Wednesday 1st and 8th February 2017
ITC Level 3 Award in Paediatric First Aid 12+hrs £50pp
This qualification is designed for workers caring for children in the absence of their parents. This qualification meets Ofsted requirements for those working in early years settings. Currently the EYFS statutory framework requires at least one person who has a current paediatric first aid certificate to be on the premises or outings at all times, when children are present.
Topics include; planning for and dealing with first aid emergencies involving babies and children Including, CPR, shock, anaphylactic shock, electric shock, bleeding, burns and scalds, choking, suspected fractures, head, neck and back injuries, poisoning, foreign bodies in eyes, ears and noses, eye injuries, bites and stings, effects of extreme heat and cold, febrile convulsions, chronic medical conditions, including epilepsy, asthma, diabetes, meningitis and other serious sudden illness.
This qualification is designed to provide essential paediatric life saving skills and paediatric incident management. Typical delivery methods are predominantly practical and the course is assessed by continual observation of candidate performance.
Thursday 9th February 2017
ITC Level 2 Award in Emergency First Aid at Work 6hrs £35pp
Employers have to risk assess their workplace first aid requirements and the 1-day Emergency First Aid at Work (EFAW) qualification is one of the statutory qualifications for this purpose.
If the risk assessment indicates that employees may be faced with life-threatening incidents where they have to manage the casualty for up to 10 minutes, or deal with very minor incidents that will not require medical assistance, then the EFAW is the course that meets this need.
include; roles & responsibilities, assessing incidents, dealing with collapse (with and without breathing), choking, bleeding, shock, seizures, minor workplace incidents, using first aid kit.
This qualification is designed to provide essential life saving skills. Typical delivery methods are predominantly practical and the course is assessed by continual observation of candidate performance.