MMAP Workshops is a forward thinking and innovative organisation, that has been heralded as being at the forefront of PSHE, early intervention, alternative provisions and extra curricular initiatives. Music Mentoring Arts and Poetry is a concept created by Professional Youth Mentor Quinton Green.
Quinton is a well respected and prominent Artist/Musician, with over 20 Years experience in the Music Industry. As an event host he has supported the likes of Stormzy, Kano, Lethal B, Ms Dynamite, Judge Jules, Ghetts and many other established industry creatives. He is also a Published Spoken Word Artist and Poet, commissioned by BBC Radio, Essex Police, UNICEF, United Nations & More.
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Quinton often draws on lived experience to help establish credence and build trust with learners in order to progress a good working relationship based on mutual respect and values.
As part of his workshops Quinton demonstrates that creative writing, poetry and the arts can be used as a means to express feelings, process new information, decompress and channel positive and negative energies.
"Music is universal and is an ideal way to articulate observations from an individual or group perspective."
The MMAP Workshop team actively encourages young people AND adults to create 'Mind MMAPS', expand on prompts and share Freewrites to help communicate thoughts, feelings, worries, concerns and opinions to a wider audience.
The objective of MMAP Workshops is to educate, empower and to provide our learners with a 'Road MMAP ' to success by providing them with a safe space to flourish, build confidence and explore new territories.
"Having used Quinton’s Spoken Word Pieces when delivering awareness training to professionals and the Public, I have witnessed first hand the impact his talent has.
His positive interactive programmes with teenagers in alternative educational provisions and the feedback he receives from professionals and parents, indicates how relatable he is, not just to peers but to the people his work is ultimately for; the young people themselves.
The authenticity of his words, his humility, honesty and passion is what sets Quinton and MMAP Workshops apart!"
The Purpose of MMAP WORKSHOPS is to put Students at the heart of a process change/growth and to encourage each cohort to engage in transformative behaviour. Students are often asked to plan long and short term goals with the tutor (and facilitators) as part of an interactive Music Course, with Songwriting, Recording and Production at its core. Achievements are celebrated and commended as part of a reward based module that nurtures strengths and identifies weaknesses.
We’ve been lucky enough to have worked with a broad range of respected organisations, groups and individuals across the UK. Our Testimonial Section will help you gain further insight into the Workshops/Courses that we deliver and the notable results that we have achieved. Continued assessment & feedback is an integral part of MMAP Workshops development as a reputable and respected provider of alternative provision & extra curricular education.
If a Picture Says 1000 Words and a Video is made up of millions of Pictures then what better way to share some of our experiences with you, than a Media Page!? MMAP Workshops are fortunate enough to have interacted and connected with some fantastic students, individuals and groups. Travelling as far north as Northumberland and as far South as Southend, meeting with Young People and Adults from all backgrounds. Check out some of our photos and videos here.
The Purpose of MMAP Workshops
...is to guide students towards the heart of a creative landscape that encourages our cohorts to engage in creative and critical thinking, underlined with a sensitivity and consideration of others. We also deliver lessons that help to unlock creativity, encourage innovation and boost self esteem.
Our holistic approach to teaching/learning permeates various themes and forms a strong foundation from which one can confidently address societal issues including: Hate Crime, Poverty, Serious Youth Violence, Road Safety Awareness and Mental Health. Students are often asked to plan long and short term goals with the MMAP tutors (and facilitators) as part of interactive creative writing workshops, with a strong focus on Poetry, Performing Arts & Spoken Word.
Achievements are celebrated and commended as part of a reward based module that nurtures strengths and identifies weaknesses.
MMAP Workshops aim to provide the tools to equip students with the practical skills to get the most out of education, work and everyday life and to help them function more confidently, effectively and independently as part of productive and respected members of society.