About Lifehack

The Lifehack Project aims to support young people (16-25) to build and develop life skills that foster good relations, build confidence and resilience and make them more employable.

Lifehack tailors its intervention to meet the hopes and needs of each of its participants. Through the tailored project – young people have the opportunity to participate in a range of activities, accredited training and personal development workshops. Lifehack also provides custom training for participants suited to their individual needs.

Some of the personal development workshops include:-

• Confidence Building;
• Good relations;
• Diversity and Cultural awareness;
• Conflict resolution;
• Sexual Health;
• Mental Health;
• Substance Abuse;
• Self Harm/Suicide;
• Online Safety;
• Healthy Relationships;
• Preparing for work.

Some of the accredited training includes:-

• OCN Good Relations;
• OCN Vocational Skills;
• Child Protection Training;
• First Aid Training;
• OCN Peer Mentoring;
• OCN Digital Fabrication;
• Sports Coaching;
• Creative and Digital Technology;
• Driving Licence.

Lifehack also provides social opportunities for young people to get involved with. Including organised monthly social events, creative events and showcases, residentials and day trips. If you would like to find out more please get in touch.

Lifehack has been developed by Creggan Enterprises and runs out of the Rath Mor Centre. It has been funded by International Fund for Ireland (IFI) under the Personal Youth Development Programme (PYDP), managed by the Rural Development Council (RDC).