In September 2019 Eagle House are hoping to run a Summer Expedition to Gura Humorului in northern Romania with a group of young people from North Wales who have previously attended our Dragon Challenge programme here in the UK.
The 19 day cross Europe expedition will see 6 young people and 3 staff members host an outdoor Summer camp for over 120 Romanian orphans living in the Suceava region of northern Romania. Eagle House aim to raise funds for the expedition through www.crowdfunder.co.uk Full details to follow…watch this space!
On the 27th April 2019, our CEO John Heaton will be walking The Welsh 1000 Walk in aid of MIND Cymru; raising funds and awareness for mental health. The fully guided walk supported by Welsh Naturalist & TV Presenter Iolo Williams will see walkers taking part in over 71 walks from Trearddur Bay to Aberffraw raising money for this worthwhile charity.
For full details and to sponsor John in his efforts please visit ths Just Giving Page
Eagle House have recently embarked upon a new contract with the Department of Work and Pensions South Wales team helping young people aged between 18 and 24 re-engage with employment and training through our Dragon Challenge 5 Day residential programme based in Snowdonia. The first course delivered under this new contract saw all nine participants successfully complete their British Canoe Union Start Award along with achieving their Eagle House Completion Certificates.
Eagle House Youth Development CIC are happy to announce that our Snowdonia Challenge project is receiving funding from the Active Inclusion Fund; which is a WCVA/ WEFO initiative to support people towards employment.
Our CEO of Operations, John Heaton has joined the Ogwen Valley Mountain rescue team. John said “ I have been accepted as a trainee and have a year of training ahead of me, I was humbled and amazed at the commitment of the men and women in the team and their acceptance of and willingness to help the new guys. They make you feel at home and accepted from the off.”
Eagle House has been building a strong working relationship with the Job Centres in North Wales over this past two years and this year were invited to partner the Job Centre on their stand at the Royal Welsh. This has given rise to links being formed with the Princes Trust in Wales as well as the Army’s outreach arm to young people. Watch this space for further developments there.
With regards the Job Centres, we have interest from many areas in Mid and South Wales which we will be following up with meetings across October and November and , God willing, we will have new courses available in North Wales.
Eagle House are delighted to be announced as an official partner and training provider for the TRAC 11-24 Project.
TRAC 11-24 is a project supporting young people aged 11-24 disengaging with education and at risk of becoming NEET (not in Education, Employment or Training).
2015 saw Eagle House successfully deliver the Snowdonia Challenge programme to over 100 young people in North Wales.
The innovative programme saw over 60% of participating clients move on into full time training or employment upon completion and all young people who attended the course said they experienced increased motivation, self-worth and confidence.
Eagle House are excited to announce the launch of a new and redesigned version of their website, www.eaglehouse.org.uk. Key features of the site include a cleaner and more attractive design, a more engaging user experience with enhanced search and navigation, and the capability to view a gallery of images and videos covering our work and programmes.
During the year ahead Eagle House will be working with various corporate clients helping promote success in their workplaces thanks to our portfolio of ‘DNA of Success’ courses.
Our Corporate Programmes are the foundation for corporate training to build upon; they are the base for any other management or personnel development courses companies may be considering.