MenPower (formerly known as Mojo) is for men who are in distress and affected by employment-related issues. The men must be motivated to make changes to their lives. Many men attending MenPower are unemployed for a variety of reasons including: a lack of availability of jobs in their related fields, poor physical and or mental health and providing care to a family member. Some men are employed or self-employed and are experiencing distress.
Training Course name:
MenPower Group Training Programme
Who is it suitable for?
Men over 18 years of age, who may feel, lost, confused or lacking focus or direction. It is also suitable for men experiencing employment related issues.
What is the course content?
The group training programme combines a unique mix of mental health, adult guidance, and physical activity and provides a social space that affords men the opportunity to explore the following: how to be and stay well, barriers to achieving their goals and desires and how to plan for the future. In addition to the group work each man will have two one on one sessions with a life planner. The physical element of the programme is conducted by Offaly Sports Partnership.
From 10 am to 1pm on Wednesdays and 10 am to 2pm Thursdays
Offaly Local Development Company Millennium House, Main Street, Tullamore, Co. Offaly.
Men over 18 years of age, there is no upper age limit. Men can refer themselves or be referred by their GP or a support worker. Men must be willing to commit to the group two mornings a week.
Course Start date:
Three, 4 week training programmes a year and three 12 week programmes a year.
When does the next course start
22nd and 23rd September, 2021
What days will the training be on
Wednesdays and Thursdays
How will the course be delivered
The course will be delivered face to face in small groups in a large space facilitating the Covid restrictions and guidelines. There are also two one to one sessions assigned to each man.
What support do you offer to Learners
MenPower staff are available, by appointment if needed, prior to a group session commencing, during group and after group if you require a listening ear or support with regards to issues you may be experiencing. If staff are unable to support you, they will signpost you to someone that can. Many different agencies input on the programme and are also available to support you. All you have to do is make a 1:1 appointment. This can be done when the facilitator is visiting the group or if you would prefer the agency can be contacted in your own time with guidance from the MenPower Staff if needed.
Is the course certified
No, the course is not certified. Men that complete the course will receive a Certificate of Participation
Is there a fee to take part
There is no fee, it is free to take part in the programme. Refreshments and lunch are provided.
What are the maximum number of participants taken on the course
Small group setting (adhering to Covid restrictions and guidelines)
For further information please contact:
Menpower Programme Coordinator
Offaly Local Development Company
We can also be contactd through reception at Offaly Local Development Company (057) 93 22850/ firstname.lastname@example.org
“Helps you to stop and think and take some time to yourself. Plenty of information and very relaxed atmosphere”.
“A place to get information on how to change to a positive mindset.”
“ I learned that I am not alone feeling like this there are people out there that will help.”