WOMEN’STEC is the largest quality provider of training for women in non-traditional skills in Northern Ireland. Based in North Belfast, we enable women to return to employment in non-traditional sectors contributing to promoting a diverse workforce and reducing the skills shortage in the Construction and ICT industries.
TEC stands for Training, Enterprise and Childcare, and WOMEN’STEC provides these supports to women, many of whom are socially and economically disadvantaged. Some of the skills you can learn at WOMEN’STEC include: Joinery, Furniture Making, Plumbing, Painting and Wallpapering, Electrics, Horticulture/Gardening, Herbs and Soils, Wall and Floor Tiling, and other non-traditional areas.
The ARC Healthy Living Centre aims to improve the well-being of local people by bringing together a partnership of community health activities and services. ARC provides shared space, basing a range of health and well being services within the Centre. The ARC actively promotes community participation and volunteering – services are run for local people, by local people.
A voluntary umbrella body set up and managed by community groups in County Down. We are committed to an inclusive future where all citizens actively participate in local life, helping each other to create a healthy, peaceful, vibrant & sustainable society.