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Nulogic Training
Founded in 2017, Nulogic Training began our journey in mainstream schools, supporting them with result-based revision sessions for learners who needed additional support in core areas.

Our goal of positively impacting the lives of young people led us into exploring alternative provision, developing various programmes that support young people at risk of exclusion across Coventry and Warwickshire to learners throughout Primary & Secondary.

With the need for alternative methods of engaging and educating young people widely increasing, it is Nulogic’s goal to be the organisation that provides the intervention in which schools, parents and learners can be confident of consistent outcomes.

In recent years we have enabled schools to access our expertise via our in-house Training Centre, without the requirement for an offsite intervention.
Provider Contact
Bradley Reece – Jones
Provider Email
Provider Number
07564 394479
Course Name
Arts-Based Grief and Therapeutic Practice
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Course Description
Nulogic Training proudly introduces our first Art-based grief and therapeutic practice programme. Working closely with established local arts, media, and fashion specialists we have devised a programme to support learner’s processing SEMH challenges.

Art as therapy offers young people processing grief and anxiety a nurturing space of refuge to communicate without words. The combination of drawing, contributing towards a podcast, collage making, photography techniques and textiles arts provided a sense of relief form overwhelm offering a sense of control in how they share their stories and emotions.

This course is perfect for learners with little or no artistic background as all artistic and communication skills are shared throughout the sessions. Experienced art of craft lovers will also benefit from the exploration of textiles, journaling, storytelling, photography, and podcasting skills included. The course offers a gentle introduction to the creative arts sector, supports personal development, and confidence whilst developing core technical skills. Transferable soft skills like teamwork, and resilience are embedded to support learner’s post-16 education.

Course Module

Journaling and Sketchbook work
Making Textiles - through either knitting, weaving, fusing or felt making
Collage and image making
Photography and alternative mark making techniques
Evidence of storytelling, planning or contribution to podcast

TAKEAWAYS: Learners will leave with;

A journal of created images and text
Planning & research for podcast creation/role
A sample podcast or extract
A range of samples of textile making techniques learnt
Artwork in support of storytelling/podcasting
Evidence of exploration of further courses/areas for development
Qualification (If Applicable)
Engagement Only
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
Ofsted Registered
Unit 13 Canal Basin Studios Leicester Row CV1 4LH
How to Apply
Coventry Alternative Provision