Some members of our Wednesday Well-Being Group in Clacton have started work on their Roy Clarke Award Scheme Safety Badge. They attend for an hour twice a month during the Group. In January they looked at how to stay safe from germs.
The first course for the Roy Clarke Award Scheme Health Badge are starting in Colchester in January 2024.
The first courses for the Road Clarke Award Scheme Safety Badge have taken place. Here's a video all about it.
The Community section of the Roy Clarke Award Scheme is now running. To achieve the Community Badge members will spend a minimum of 6 months completing 100 hours of activity that benefits the community in some way. Roy Clarke first got involved in the group that was later to become Colchester Gateway when he was completing the community section of his Gold Duke of Edinburgh Award. We are therefore delighted that this is the first section of the Roy Clarke Award Scheme to become available to members.
The Skills section of the Roy Clarke Award Scheme is now available. Members must spend at least three months learning or developing two skills. They don't have to be done at the same time, and members will receive a Certificate for each skill. Those who complete two skills will then receive a the Skills Badge.
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