Community Artists’ Training
Person-Centred Creativity Training For Community Artists
In 2004 The Arts Council of Wales funded a pilot course in Person-Centred Creativity for Community Artists, following the production of our research report ‘Making Risk Work’.
The ethos and values of Person-Centred Creativity are based upon a belief in creativity as a powerful tool for individual and social change. Person-Centred Creativity focuses on the importance of building relationships with individuals and prioritises the creative process. The theoretical aspect of the work uses the Carl Rogers’ Person-Centred counselling techniques of empathy, genuineness and unconditional positive regard as the foundation.
We have developed this training for Community Artists and other professionals who often work in difficult situations and with challenging participants.
These courses focus on the development of interpersonal skills, listening skills, and the ability to work with people in different situations. We will develop self-awareness, and explore boundaries, triggers, prejudices and how to deal with them. We will focus on creating safe environments, making space for reflection and following good practice guidelines.
‘One of the best courses I have ever been on.’
Training for Community Artists
Designed for practising Community Artists Delivered in 3 units: Interpersonal Skills, Person-Centred Creativity and Participatory Learning
6 x 1 day sessions and 2 day residential
Course journal, project work and supervision OCN Level 3
Training for Trainers
Designed for practising Community Artists who have completed a Person-Centred Creativity training course and wish to join our training team
4 x 1 day sessions
Journal, project work and supervision
OCN Level 3
Want to Do It Yourself?
If you’d like any information about our PCC training courses email Melissa at [email protected] or phone us on 01656729246.