Real Life Coaching International


The ‘Who Am I?’ workshop helps individuals and small groups to build self-confidence in order to regain control of their lives and choices.

The clients will learn the basics about themselves via identification of personality types, learn how to view themselves in a more positive light, discover their natural skills, learn about both positive and negative thought patterns, how to deal with relationships with others and uncover the career path most suited to them.  This workshop can be delivered on a 1-2-1 basis or is suitable for a small group of up to 8 people over a period of 2-5 hours.


The Positive Change for Life is an innovative 6-week life coaching and support programme created to help people, predominantly in deprived areas, improve their lives and return to work or education. The course is specifically designed to enable clients to believe that ‘better’ is achievable. It empowers them to take control of their lives by furnishing them with essential life skills to help them help themselves. This is delivered on a one to one basis, with support outside of sessions and provides signposting to any relevant help organisations.  Bespoke Staff training, company licence and Company / staff support packages are available.

British Red Cross


‘The British Red Cross works with organisations and community groups who support people who are at risk and would have the greatest impact from a first aid intervention, including:

  • Adults who have experienced substance misuse and at risk of injury
  • People who are homeless or rough sleepers and at risk of injury
  • Adults over 65 who are more at risk of slips, trips and falls

Our tailored first aid sessions provide people with the skills and confidence to help in a first aid emergency.


What can you expect from our first aid session?

  • Effective, easy to learn first aid education in a relaxed and informal style
  • We provide relevant first aid skills tailored to the needs of the group
  • We break down the barriers to helping others
  • We build confidence and willingness to help in a first aid emergency
  • They are fully funded – there is no cost to you


For more information on what is available in your area, please contact the Crisis Education Support Centre on:

Tel: 0344 4122734 or email:



The Bridge Mentoring Plus Scheme and the Zone Family Centre




A wide selection of free short informal and non formal programs that support life skills and personal development (level 1, 2 and 3 Agored Cymru accredited). These include: Nutrition, Food Wise, Cookery, Mentoring, Volunteering, Stress Management, Money Management, Peer Support, Parenting programs and much more.



Cyfle Cymru


  • Cyfle Cymru is an ESF-funded project delivered throughout WESTERN BAY and is a partnership between WCADA, BAROD and HAFAL.
  • Cyfle Cymru Peer Mentors help people to develop confidence & self-esteem and provide support to access training, qualifications and work experience all at the learner’s own pace.
  • We help people affected by substance misuse AND/OR mental health conditions to gain the skills necessary to enter the world of employment and further learning.


What can Cyfle Cymru offer? -

  • One-to-one support from a peer mentor!
  • Our peer mentors draw on their own experience of substance misuse, recovery and/or mental health conditions.
  • Our team of experienced staff understand what you are going through and can be with you when you face new experiences.
  • Our expertise in treatment and recovery means you can trust us to help you make the right decisions.
  • Access to qualifications and training (e.g. Adult First Aid, Children’s First Aid, Personal Development, I.T. & Maths to name but a few…).
  • Recognised Diploma on-line courses in a wide diverse range of subjects.
  • Access to volunteering opportunities such as the allotments, arts & crafts, beach cleans, walks in the community etc.
  • Job club with help to search and apply for jobs, write your own C.V, help with “Interview Techniques”, all with your very own specialist employment officer.
  • Continuation of support after you enter work, training or education to help you settle in.


Who is Eligible?


  • You are aged 16 to 24 and not in employment, education or training.
  • You are aged 25 or over and long-term unemployed or economically inactive.
  • You live in the Western Bay area.
  • You are in recovery from substance misuse and/or mental health issues.

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