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29th November
to 15th June
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Saturday Club Co-facilitators

29th November to 15th June
Interested in learning delivery & facilitation skills, running workshops and getting creative through subject specialist clubs for 13-16 yr olds?

We are looking to recruit students to come and support the delivery of an exciting youth project in the following areas:

Writing & Talking

Fashion & Business

Science & Engineering

Art & Design

Society & Change

We are looking to find students who would like to become co-facilitators for our exciting nationally recognised project: The National Saturday Club.

What does it mean to be a co-facilitator?

Becoming a Saturday Club Co-Facilitator means you will learn how to develop skills around the delivery of workshops. We will touch upon delivery methods, important things to know when leading sessions/lessons/workshops/activities, look at planning a session, and consider ways you can support the lead tutor in the club delivery.

You will then support a lead Club Tutor to run sessions and support a group of 13-16 year olds on Saturdays, on campus, in a discipline area of your choice.

What is Saturday Club?

The National Saturday Club is a network of subject specialist clubs for young people, they run all over the country and offer 13-16 year olds free workshops in a subject of their choice.

Manchester Metropolitan has a long history of running Saturday Clubs, starting to deliver the Art & Design club 8 years ago. This year we are embarking on an exciting adventure and will be running 6 clubs in one year. We need students like you to come and support the delivery, bring your wonderful personalities and varied interests, and show young people what it is like to live in Manchester and attend a vibrant university like Manchester Met.

Whether you have experience working with children and young people, or are just interested in the subjects on offer, or like the idea of learning to facilitate workshops, we want to hear from you. Send us an expression of interest, tell us about yourself, your experience, and what you study.

Dates for delivery are still to be confirmed for each club, so these will be released soon and will happen throughout the year. The 2 dates for training are essential, you must be able to attend both training sessions to apply to be a co-facilitator.

Find out more about Saturday Clubs here:

Associated Badges:

In A Nutshell...

  • Training... to become facilitators with workshop delivery skills and the confidence to design your own sessions
  • in a fun and creative learning environment where we will encourage young people to play, learn and socialise through subject specialist clubs
  • Collaboration... work in small groups to support the design and delivery of workshops
  • Co-Facilitation... work with a club tutor to deliver workshops, support them and take leadership too, to build an inclusive and fun environment where young people can make friends, learn new skills and find out about university
  • Developing... key skills that can be useful for anyone interested in delivering workshops, teaching, facilitating, in the future.
  • Earn up to 300 Rise points ... which can be recognised within your degree.


  • place 13:00 to 16:00 on 29/11/23 - GE 3.09 - Classroom in Grosvenor East
    Essential Training Session 1
    Intro to the project session and meet your tutors.
  • local_library 29/11/23 to 06/12/23
    Complete Self Study Kit
    The Facilitation Workbook

    Take this self study pack before attending the training sessions, to better understand the role of a facilitators and start your training. Access Associated Resource →
  • place 13:00 to 16:00 on 06/12/23 - BR 2.37 - SECOND FLOOR Brooks Building
    Project Development and Training Session
    Time to work out how you will operate within the project with the lead tutor, and essential training sessions no.2
  • call_split 20/01/24 to 15/06/24
    Project delivery, you decide the days you join in on!
    You must commit to at least 5 Saturday sessions to be a co-facilitator. You will arrange these with the lead tutor of your club.