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Open days for Spring/Summer 2017

Our Open Days for the Spring/Summer 2017 term are taking place from the end of February in Eastbourne, Hasting, Crawley, Bognor, Chichester and Worthing.

The day will provide a great opportunity for you to find out more about the Sussex Recovery College project and the courses on offer during that term.

 

Graduation 2017

We will be holding our graduation ceremony in Hastings and Worthing during the summer of 2017.

Our graduation events last year took place at the end of July in Eastbourne and Crawley and were well attended, with over 90 people at each celebration.

The Deputy Mayor of Eastbourne and the Mayor of Crawley attended the events respectively and as well as the opportunity for students to meet each other and share their experiences, they were also congratulated for all their hard work with a certificate.

It was also a chance to celebrate the success of the Sussex Recovery College and the work that goes on behind the scenes. As a result, Peer Trainers, clinicians and other staff members who have contributed to the project were recognised with outstanding contribution certificates.

 

 

 

 

 

August news

Peer trainers prepare for their courses this autumn, excitement in the air in Brighton and West Sussex as we congratulate our new cohort of trainers on passing their adult teacher training qualification.

Read more: August news

Open Meetings in Eastbourne and Newhaven - 23 May 2014

Open Meetings in Eastbourne and Newhaven - 23 May 2014

 

Consultation meetings were held in Eastbourne and Newhaven on Friday 23 May to discuss the development of two new Sussex Recovery College campuses in Wealden, Havens & Lewes and in Eastbourne & Hailsham. The meetings were attended by a good mix of people who use services, Sussex Partnership staff, a Commissioner and staff from third sector organisations – 34 people in total.

Read more: Open Meetings in Eastbourne and Newhaven - 23 May 2014

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