Training for Community Projects and Volunteers

The Wales for Peace team, and our project partners, can offer a range of training modules to community groups or workshop resources for schools to develop community heritage, research and communications skills for individuals and groups who are exploring Wales' peace heritage. To arrange a session or to discuss further, please contact walesforpeace@wcia.org.uk.

Explore our online Hidden Histories Toolkit and supporting resources:

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Peace Heritage

This introductory training offers participants an overview of Wales' peace heritage, and a chance to explore themes most relevant for their community / interests.

Contact: walesforpeace@wcia.org.uk

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Digitisation Training

Working with People's Collection Wales, this accredited course gives participants the skills to gather, scan and share artefacts, pictures and memories for open access by future generations.

Contact: walesforpeace@wcia.org.uk

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Oral History Training

This People's Collection Wales / Agored Cymru accredited course gives participants the skills to interview, record and share histories gathered through interviewing people and supporting them.

Contact: walesforpeace@wcia.org.uk

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Creative Workshops

These tailored sessions support young people to explore Wales' peace heritage and to respond through community arts that can inspire future generations.

Contact: walesforpeace@wcia.org.uk

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