MAMC – Annual General Meeting

You are Cordially Invited to Multicultural Arts and Media Centre Annual General Meeting 2015.

DATE: Thursday 26th November 2015       TIME: 6pm to 7.30pm.  Dinner at 5.30pm.

Please confirm your attendance by email to:

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Introduction to Film Making – Level 1

Introduction to Film Making – The aim of this Qualification is to enable learners to operate a video camera, learn how to edit and produce a short film.

For Registration or Further information please email:

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Audio Software Course – Level 1

Audio Software – The Aim of this level 1 Qualification is to enable learners to learn how to capture audio and use software to combine and edit sequences in Cubase.

For registration and further inquiries please email:

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FREE Dementia Awareness and Arts Therapy Event

Multicultural Arts and Media Centre is organising a FREE Dementia Awareness Event with the Arts for Dementia Therapy Network on Thursday 20th August 2015 at Heywood Civic Hall, 10am to 3pm (Refreshments /Lunch provided).


Event includes

  • Dementia and Mental Health Awareness Stalls
  • Youth HELP Project
  • Health Checks
  • Arts Therapy Workshops
  • Multicultural Performances


If you like to book your FREE stalls please reply by 15th July 2015.

We are also looking for artists to take part in the event.


Venue: Heywood Civic Hall, LCpl Stephen Shaw MC Way, Heywood. OL10


For booking forms and further information: Mohammed Sarwar (Chief Executive)


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Youth HELP (Health, Empowerment and Leadership Programme)

Multicultural Arts and Media Centre is embarking on an exciting national Youth HELP (Health, Empowerment and Leadership Programme) which will be taking place from 13th August 2015 to March 2016. This programme aims to Empower and Develop young people from many diverse backgrounds as future Health Leaders, supported by NHS England, Building Regional Youth Voice.

The aims of the programme will be delivered through 5 Modules, which will cover many areas of interest and relevance to young people such as knowledge of the National Health Service and Mental Health and Illness and will include visits to local Health and Public Services. The programme will encourage the use of the performing arts to allow the young people to explore and express their views and beliefs that they feel affect their lives.

Effective Communication and Presentation skills will also be developed as part of the programme and the young people will present reports based on what has been discussed and learned during the programme at the end of year Youth HELP Conference.

We are seeking to recruit 40 Young People from the North to join the Training programme from 13th , 20th, 27th, August and 3rd September 2015 at MAMC. (Refreshments provided).

You are welcome to register FREE for the training and be part of a National Programme including residential with national NHS Youth Forum

Please click on link below to see Youth HELP Promo:

For further information contact: M Sarwar (CEO) – 07930 306933

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