GOOD VIBRATIONS AIMS TO HELP PRISONERS, PATIENTS IN SECURE HOSPITALS, EX-PRISONERS AND OTHERS IN THE COMMUNITY DEVELOP TEAM-WORKING, COMMUNICATIONS AND OTHER IMPORTANT LIFE SKILLS, THROUGH PARTICIPATING IN GAMELAN (INDONESIAN PERCUSSION) WORKSHOPS.
Good Vibrations Annual Report 2015
Fingerprints is a state of the art print workshop in HMP Thameside's Enterprise Unit. They support the rehabilitation of inmates by training and guiding them in the world of print to prepare them for work on the outside. Fingerprints has generously supported Good Vibrations by producing 200 copies...
On 12th January, Stacey Raymen from Mosaic Training ran a really useful session for our team on Transactional Analysis For Better Communications Skills.
Can playing in an Indonesian percussion orchestra help people who’ve been unemployed for years to build confidence and get more work-ready?
Surrey, Sussex and Berkshire District Jobcentre Plus piloted an extraordinary programme this October with 20 long-term unemployed clients, 78% of whom considered themselves to have a disability or health condition. The group learnt to play an Indonesian tuned-percussion orchestra (called a Gamelan) from...
Improvise, play the Gamelan, learn new skills and raise money for Good Vibrations
This page last updated Jan 21st 2016.