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Opportunity : Write to Work Project

Here's the latest share from our friends over at Writing on the Wall :

'Writing is for everyone. It’s turning up, sharing our stories and creating change on the page. We host two annual literature festivals, WoWFEST in May and Black History Month in October, which welcome writers, activists and artists. Our creative writing projects support our communities and schools all year long. Be part of WoW and find out more…'

Write to Work applications are LIVE!

Write to Work is a 12-week skills development course with creativity at its heart. At WoW we know that writing is fundamental to effective communication and in an ever-changing employment landscape that makes writing the number one skill. The course supports learners to explore an exciting range of writing skills, developing their confidence to get the job they want and explore further education or vocational training.

Have you ever wondered how to write for social media or create a successful blog? What about learning to write for the gaming industry? Or becoming a freelance copywriter? Write to Work is not just your regular writing course: it gives learners the chance to explore a host of writing practices and learn first-hand from successful writers doing those jobs.

Write to Work also offers one to one mentoring with industry professionals and published writers, who will work with you to create writing that will be featured in a printed anthology at the end of the course. Your published work will be available to buy at local bookshops such as News from Nowhere, Waterstones in Liverpool One as well as online.

Write to Work will begin on Tuesday 13th July 2021 and will be delivered entirely online.

Applications are LIVE and close on Monday 28th June, 12pm. (Applications sent after this date will not be accepted).

To be eligible to apply you must meet the following requirements:

• You must be currently unemployed (we cannot accept registered as self-employed, on furlough schemes or in education). • You must have the legal right to live and work in the UK, up to the end date of the course. • You must live in the Liverpool City Region, including the parts of the Wirral listed as Merseyside: Liverpool, Wirral, Sefton, Halton, St Helens, Knowsley. • You must be 18 years+ • You must have access to the internet and Zoom.

If you are being supported by another organisation or charity that is part of the Direction LCR partnership, unfortunately you are not eligible to apply for Write to Work. (If you are unsure, please contact us on the email address provided below).

To Apply:

While the online application form is the preferred method of application, if you have difficulty filling in the google doc. please contact us using the email address below and we will send you a word.doc application form, which you can fill in and submit to us via email.

For more information, or further queries please email us on:

This course is part of the Directions LCR project, and part funded by ESF.


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