Help with completing the census with MaTReC

Manor Training and Resource Centre is a local Census Centre and ready to support anyone from Sunday 21 March with filling in their Census form. MaTReC will be operating an appointment system so advisers can monitor the number of people in the centre at any one time. For more information contact MaTReC on the number below:…

March enrolment for Functional Skills at MaTReC

Manor Training and Resource Centre (MaTReC) is now enrolling for Functional Skills Maths and English courses from 9 to 18 March. The courses are eligible for individuals who are aged 19 or older (as of 31 August 2020).

Helping with Special Educational Needs & Disabilities Online Course

WEA, in partnership with MaTReC, is running an online Helping with Special Educational Needs & Disabilities Course. An initial assessment session will take place on Zoom on Wednesday 24 February, with the full course starting on Wednesday 3 March for ten weeks. The course is FREE to anyone claiming a means-tested benefit.

Helping in Schools L2 course online with MaTReC from Thurs 1 Oct

MaTReC has places available on a Helping in Schools Course NCFE/CACHE Level 2 for 14 weeks from Thursday 1 October. The online course – which is free to anyone receiving a means-tested benefit – will be delivered using the Zoom web conferencing app. An initial assessment day has been scheduled for Thursday 24 September, again…

Sheffield College to host Get Ahead for 16-18yos at Matrec in Oct/Nov

The Sheffield College has places available on its upcoming Get Ahead Programme, which will be delivered over five weeks from October 5 to November 20 at Manor Training & Resource Centre (MaTReC). The inclusion studies programme is designed for 16 to 18-year-olds who are, or at risk of becoming, NEET. It covers areas including goal…

MaTReC English and Maths Functional Skills courses 7-10 Sept

Manor Training and Resource Centre (MaTReC) has reopened with new opening times of 9am to 4pm Monday to Thursday. The training provider has places available on English and Maths Functional Skills courses between Monday 7 and Thursday 10 September. The funded course is available for individuals who are aged 19 or older (as of 31…

MaTReC: Café and sensory allotment project

The Aim… To create a sensory allotment to provide a space for children and adults with Autism and mental heath issues.  They would be able to spend time at the allotment and have a space to grow their own produce, to cook and eat in our community cafe. The MaTReC café and sensory allotment project will…

Volunteering: MaTReC seeks helpers for lunchtime coffee bar

Manor Training and Resource Centre has volunteers to help in its coffee bar on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays between 11:30am and 1pm. The training provider also continues to offer its GCSE revision sessions and Knit & Natter workshops, as detailed below: GCSE Support & Revision Knit & Natter

Reading, Writing and Spelling support with MaTReC

MaTReC is to launch a new Reading, Writing and Spelling Project to help improve people’s literacy skills and support their efforts to find and sustain employment. To find out more about the training opportunity, refer to the advert below:

MaTReC to offer weekly GCSE Support & Revision sessions

Manor Training and Resource Centre is to offer weekly GCSE Support & Revision sessions from Monday 3 February to Monday 18 May. English and Maths courses are available for students studying for their exams, with a charge applicable for attending. Please see below for further details: