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Presenting and Reporting Impact 2: Top digital tools to try
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Presenting and Reporting Impact 2: Top digital tools to try


Join this packed 2 hour demonstration and interactive practical session to get an overview of the top tools available. We’ll take a look at Wakelet, Padlet, Data wrapper and more. You’ll also have the opportunity to ask about additional tools that meet your specific needs.


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24/11/2021
24/11/2021
Europe/London
No
Zoom
SCHEDULED
Presenting and Reporting Impact 1: Impact Cards with Canva
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Presenting and Reporting Impact 1: Impact Cards with Canva


This session will focus on Canva - a free online tool that you can use for a range of designs such as posters, flyers, social media posts and presentations. But it's also a great and easy to use tool to bring your data to life - visualising as infographics and simple charts. This session will cover: • Data storytelling and impact cards • demoing key Canva features • essential design principles • creating simple impact designs with confidence • downloading and sharing your creations This is a practical hands-on course. There will be mini tasks set during the course so you gain confidence in using Canva and create impact cards during the session.


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10/11/2021
10/11/2021
Europe/London
No
Zoom
SCHEDULED
Coaching Sets with Eva Jolly
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Coaching Sets with Eva Jolly

We are offering leadership and sustainability coaching sets with Eva Jolly. There will be 3 coaching sessions for each cohort (75 minutes each) and 3-4 organisations in each coaching set. This is targeted at groups whose income is under 500,000 The coaching sets will start the week commencing ( I think you need dates and times in here i.e. 5th 6th 7th 10-11.30) and they will focus on the following areas:

  • Organisational  Strategy
  • Managing Uncertainty and Change
  • Planning for the Future

Please contact Zoe Nation to book your place to attend these sessions as there are a limited number of places by the 27th September. Zoe.nation@cityoflondon.gov.uk


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27/09/2021
27/09/2021
Europe/London
No
Guildhall, Basinghall Street, London EC2V 7HH, UK
51.5157801
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SCHEDULED
Equality and Diversity: Developing your practice
equality-and-diversity-developing-your-practice




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01/12/2021
01/12/2021
Europe/London
No
Zoom
SCHEDULED
Equality and diversity; Exploring the context
equality-and-diversity-exploring-the-context




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03/11/2021
03/11/2021
Europe/London
No
Zoom
SCHEDULED
How to increase your chance of bid-writing success before writing a word
how-to-increase-your-chance-of-bid-writing-success-before-writing-a-word

How to increase your chance of bid-writing success before writing a word


As the four-year GLA funded programme draws to a close, Partnership for Young London is exploring sustainability support for smaller participating VSOs, many of which face ongoing challenges to generate income they need to sustain the delivery of their services. Recent consultation highlighted support needs around leadership development, support to engage directly with funders and understanding options for moving forward. We have 2 trainings on offer

During this interactive, online session we will focus on three important areas:

  • Identifying strong and relevant prospects: sharing tools that participants can take away in order to identify key stakeholders and research opportunities for funding that they are best placed to

secure.

  • Programme design process: sharing practical ways to design a programme that is evidence-based, needs-led and user-informed, and that is a result of divergent thinking that connects people with their passion for what they do.
  • Application planning sharing tips on how to plan the application completion process in small phases that are      manageable within an intense workload and that will maximise their chances of success.

As a result of this session we intend that VSO leaders will have a better understanding of the strategies needed to succeed in grant fundraising and feel more confident in securing funding that they need to deliver their mission.




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07/10/2021
07/10/2021
Europe/London
No
Zoom
SCHEDULED
Ensuring your Services are Costed Accurately
ensuring-your-services-are-costed-accurately

Ensuring your services are costed accurately


Clear Thinking

As the four-year GLA funded programme draws to a close, Partnership for Young London is exploring sustainability support for smaller participating VSOs, many of which face ongoing challenges to generate income they need to sustain the delivery of their services. Recent consultation highlighted support needs around leadership development, support to engage directly with funders and understanding options for moving forward. We have 2 trainings on offer

During this online session we will look at state of the sector research, full cost recovery method and work through an example to calculate charge out rates that increase reserves, cover overheads and factor in time for internal and service development. Group discussions invite participants to reflect on their own costings’ practices and the impact of these on their ways of working. As a result of this session, groups will give a higher priority to understanding their financials and calculating their service costs.




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30/09/2021
30/09/2021
Europe/London
No
Zoom
SCHEDULED
‘Getting Professionally Qualified in Youth Work: What the University of East London offers
getting-professionally-qualified-in-youth-work-what-the-university-of-east-london-offers

‘Getting Professionally Qualified in Youth Work: What the University of East London Offers in terms of a BA(hons) /Masters Degree


or could offer in the future, such as Apprenticeships?


Join us for an open question and answer session on 27th of September at 6pm




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27/09/2021
27/09/2021
Europe/London
No
Zoom
SCHEDULED
Gen Z Link Ups : Great debate - Gen z V Millennials
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You're invited to hang out with us on zoom to talk about Gen Z in London!

you're invited to a virtual screening of our short film about gen z in London, followed by workshops and debates about young people  in London.


Join in on the conversation as we explore these questions;


How are gen z in London a community?

Are gen z more resilient than other generations ?

How can the rest of London, be inspired by gen z?


This event has been rescheduled from our Festival of Ideas event in July. being brought to you by Partnership for Young London campaigns youth board. We would love to invite you and other young people to come and speak about being a young person in London, and if we think the differences are between gen z and Millennials in the city.  


with special guests, including: 


Partnership for Young London's Campaigns Youth Board 


Children's in Care Council 


Fishtank London


Mayor of Londons Peer Outreach Team


Liim.Studio (Shapes and Ladders) 


Copenhagen Youth Project 


Most importantly we're inviting all event participants to debate the issues we care about as Londoners,  in a chilled virtual forum. You can expect short films, debates, quizzes and games!


for more information email kelsea.sellars@cityofondon.gov.uk 


If you would like your group/brand/name featured on the invite, drop us a line. 



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31/08/2021
31/08/2021
Europe/London
No
Gen Z Link Up
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Reflecting and centring our lived experience as workers and how this influences the work we do with young people
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Beyond A Trauma Informed Approach Series- Reflecting and centring our lived experience as workers and how this influences the work we do with young people

Session 4: Reflecting and centring our lived experience as workers and how this influences the work we do with young people? 

• An exploration of the lived experience that workers bring, not only of trauma but of their own intersectional identities and how this positively/negatively influences the work they do with young people? 

• A reflection on the strengths/ and challenges  of drawing on our experience?

• If we are not therapists how can personal disclosure support relationship building with Young people?

• How are we mindful of our privilege based identities in the work we do when working with young people within a trauma informed social justice oriented model of working? 







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25/01/2022
25/01/2022
Europe/London
No
Zoom
SCHEDULED
Beyond a Trauma Informed Approach Series - Trauma/ Intersectionality
beyond-a-trauma-informed-approach-series-trauma-intersectionality

Session 3: Exploring Practised Based Strategies - Trauma/ Intersectionality 

• How do we apply these models in practise when working with young people?

• Question example: How do you cater for  intersectional identities in your service model/  addressing barriers to accessing your service

• How do you promote inclusion and belong in the work you do? 






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11/01/2022
11/01/2022
Europe/London
No
Zoom
SCHEDULED
Beyond a Trauma Informed Approach Series - Exploring Practised Based Strategies - Trauma Informed Approach / HCE
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Session 2: Exploring Practised Based Strategies - Trauma Informed Approach / HCE

• How do we apply our understanding of these models in practise when working with young people?

• How do these principles work in practice - how are they translated in to service provision?

• I’m thinking of doing these session’s in a very interactive way - so will set key questions on certain aspects of service provision and a key principle of each model. So for example

• E.G. how do you apply the  principle of Voice choice and agency currently in your service model? 

• I need to have a little think through but I would probably use a  a google doc link that is emailed out in advance and created on each theme/ question that the break outgroups answer - with the hope that at the end of the 2 sessions, practitioners have a comprehensive list of practice based strategies that address each aspect of service and model theme. 

• E.G In what ways do you assess and address trauma in your service model? 






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07/12/2021
07/12/2021
Europe/London
No
Zoom
SCHEDULED
Beyond a Trauma Informed Approach Series - Moving Beyond A Trauma Informed Approach
beyond-a-trauma-informed-approach-series-moving-beyond-a-trauma-informed-approach

Session 1: Moving Beyond A Trauma Informed Approach

• Understanding the wider context within which young people are experiencing distress and trauma 

• Offering a wider social justice lens to these experiences and therefore how services and practices address such lived experience

• To provide an overview of a TIA, its strengths and limitations in supporting young people and particularly those with intersectional identities

• How does the Healing Centred Engagement Model offer a social justice oriented understanding of working with traumatised young people

• The importance of applying an intersectional lens to working with young people





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16/11/2021
16/11/2021
Europe/London
No
Zoom
SCHEDULED
Mental Health Series - ACES
mental-health-series-aces

ACE Revisited 


Following on from previous training session focusing on the impact of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE’s) this is chance to revisit some of the research and evidence that is currently available. We will explore the range of challenges that ACE’s can present to practioners and some of the ways of addressing them.




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23/11/2021
23/11/2021
Europe/London
No
Zoom
SCHEDULED
Mental Health Series - Exploring Anxiety
mental-health-series-exploring-anxiety

Exploring Anxiety in children and young people 

Research show that the pandemic has had a negative effect on the level of anxiety young people are experiencing at the moment. This session will examine the signs and symptoms of anxiety in children and some of the practical steps that can be taken to promote confidence and security.




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09/11/2021
09/11/2021
Europe/London
No
Zoom
SCHEDULED
Mental Health Series - Parents and Mental Health
mental-health-series-parents-and-mental-health

Parents and mental health 

The relationship between parents and children is the most profound predictor of mental health and wellbeing. This session will reflect on the impact of parental mental ill health on children and young people and also explore how parents can and do support growth and resilience.




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25/10/2021
25/10/2021
Europe/London
No
Zoom
SCHEDULED
Mental Health Series - Young People and Education
mental-health-series-young-people-and-education

Schools, colleges and mental health (12th October)

The past 18 months have been hugely disruptive to young people’s educational and social opportunities. In this session we will explore what schools and colleges can do to support the mental health and wellbeing of their pupil’s and students. We will focus on the benefits of taking a whole school approach and examples of good practice.




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12/10/2021
12/10/2021
Europe/London
No
Zoom
SCHEDULED
Mentoring, Safe Spaces and Trusted Relationships
mentoring-safe-spaces-and-trusted-relationships

A joint event with the Young Londoners Fund Local Networks exploring the role of mentoring and trusted relationships in young people’s lives, this session will hear from a range of practitioners about their approaches to mentoring  and have time to share practice with other Young Londoner’s Funded Groups

  • 1.5 hr hour slot on zoom
  • Dates 8th September 2.30-4pm
  1. National  Context - Evidence behind mentoring
  2. Youth  Recovery Mission – Mentoring as part of London’s      Recovery
  3. Local Examples of Practice Borough based approaches
  4. Impact on Young People -  Feedback from young      people who have been mentored about what it meant and what worked (Both)
  5. Small Group Discussions - Examples of mentoring – where YLF projects can share practice in small      groups and look at what training and support groups needed

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08/09/2021
08/09/2021
Europe/London
No
zoom
ENDED
Young Londoners' Fund - Developing Young Leaders; Exploring methods to develop youth leadership skills in young people
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Partnership for Young London is working with the Young Londoners Fund Local Networks to explore ways to engage young people in activities to improve their local area, the work of youth organisations, and London’s COVID recovery. This youth-led event will hear from young people who have shown leadership in a variety of areas including, education, social action, enterprise and employment, young people with special educational needs, and young people coming through the care system. We will also hear from the youth organisations they have worked with, who will share their experience and learning supporting young people to become youth leaders.




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14/07/2021
14/07/2021
Europe/London
No
Zoom
ENDED
GEN Z Young Londoners
GENZyoungLondoners

These events are hosting by young people, for young people and those working with young people to learn. Join us live, as we host a roundtable of inspiration gen z changemakers on zoom. The first Event seeks to celebrate the success of gen z londoners in the past few years, with themes of social media activism, young people's safety and community building. It will take place on Wednesday 21st July at 6.30pm.




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21/07/2021
21/07/2021
Europe/London
No
Zoom
CANCELED
The Big Conversation
the-big-conversation

This unique event will give young Londoners the chance to be heard – to ask questions or view concerns about the vaccine rollout, to leading experts from Public Health England, the NHS and the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA). The event will be split into two parts, including a main Q&A session, as well as smaller breakout rooms allowing for further questions and discussion. This event is led by and for young people, enabling voices to be heard and any questions or concerns to be addressed directly by the leading professionals.




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21/06/2021
21/06/2021
Europe/London
No
Zoom
ENDED
Trauma series - Session 4: Developing Trauma Informed Organisations
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Session 4: Developing Trauma Informed Organisations


Oct 19, 2021 11:00 -12:30

Partnership for Young London is working in collaboration with Nicola Lester Psychological Trauma Consultancy to deliver a series of webinars on trauma awareness, trauma informed practice, developing therapeutic skills for practice and developing trauma informed organisations. Each session is 1.5 hours and will be delivered online, presentation time is approximately 1-hour with time for discussion and questions in the remaining 30 minutes. Attendees will receive a copy of the presentation, handouts and a certificate of attendance upon completion of the session. For those participants wishing to attend more than one workshop, it is recommended that participants attend the workshops in order to build on and consolidate their knowledge. 

Trauma informed organisations: key concepts

  • Supporting colleagues: implementing trauma informed reflective practice
  • Developing trauma informed reflective practice: the role of a facilitator
  • Developing trauma informed policy and process
  • Planning for the future

Contact Zoe.Nation@cityoflondon.gov.uk


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19/10/2021
19/10/2021
Europe/London
No
Zoom
SCHEDULED
Trauma series - Session 3: Therapeutic Skills And Creative Ways of Working
trauma-series-session-3-therapeutic-skills-and-creative-ways-of-working

Therapeutic Skills And Creative Ways of Working - Session 3


Tuesday 5 October, 2021 11:00 -12:30


Partnership for Young London is working in collaboration with Nicola Lester Psychological Trauma Consultancy to deliver a series of webinars on trauma awareness, trauma informed practice, developing therapeutic skills for practice and developing trauma informed organisations. Each session is 1.5 hours and will be delivered online, presentation time is approximately 1-hour with time for discussion and questions in the remaining 30 minutes. Attendees will receive a copy of the presentation, handouts and a certificate of attendance upon completion of the session.


For those participants wishing to attend more than one workshop, it is recommended that participants attend the workshops in order to build on and consolidate their knowledge.


Session 3: Therapeutic Skills And Creative Ways of Working


  • Key skills for therapeutic practice
  • Working with loss and bereavement
  • Working with acute distress
  • Creative ways of working
  • Reflecting on practice

Contact Zoe.Nation@cityoflondon.gov.uk 




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05/10/2021
05/10/2021
Europe/London
No
Zoom
SCHEDULED
Trauma series - session 2: Developing Trauma Informed Practice
trauma-series-session-2-developing-trauma-informed-practice

Developing Trauma Informed Practice - Session 2


Tuesday 21 September, 2021 11:00 -12:30


Partnership for Young London is working in collaboration with Nicola Lester Psychological Trauma Consultancy to deliver a series of webinars on trauma awareness, trauma informed practice, developing therapeutic skills for practice and developing trauma informed organisations. Each session is 1.5 hours and will be delivered online, presentation time is approximately 1-hour with time for discussion and questions in the remaining 30 minutes. Attendees will receive a copy of the presentation, handouts and a certificate of attendance upon completion of the session. For those participants wishing to attend more than one workshop, it is recommended that participants attend the workshops in order to build on and consolidate their knowledge.   

  • Developing trauma informed practice: key concepts and context
  • Integrating a trauma informed approach to practice
  • Using the SENSE model to structure trauma informed care
  • Introduction to trauma informed reflective practice
  • Understanding vicarious trauma and compassion fatigue


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21/09/2021
21/09/2021
Europe/London
No
Zoom
ENDED
Trauma series - session 1: Introduction to Trauma
trauma-series-session-1-introduction-to-trauma

 Tuesday 7 September, 2021 11:00 -12:30


Partnership for Young London is working in collaboration with Nicola Lester Psychological Trauma Consultancy to deliver a series of webinars on trauma awareness, trauma informed practice, developing therapeutic skills for practice and developing trauma informed organisations. Each session is 1.5 hours and will be delivered online, presentation time is approximately 1-hour with time for discussion and questions in the remaining 30 minutes. Attendees will receive a copy of the presentation, handouts and a certificate of attendance upon completion of the session.

For those participants wishing to attend more than one workshop, it is recommended that participants attend the workshops in order to build on and consolidate their knowledge.


Session 1:  INTRODUCTION TO TRAUMA

  1. Introduction to psychological  trauma
  2. Understanding adverse childhood experiences (ACEs)
  3. The impact of trauma and the possibility of post-traumatic growth
  4. Making SENSE of psychological  trauma
  5. Self-care and psychological  resilience

Please contact – Zoe.Nation@cityoflondon.gov.ukif you have any queries




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07/09/2021
07/09/2021
Europe/London
No
Zoom
ENDED
Safeguarding Community of Practice
safeguarding-community-of-practice-2

Community of Practice is a group of people who share a common concern, a set of problems, or an interest in a topic and who come together to fulfil both individual and group goals. Set up to support managers who are dealing with the Safeguarding of children and young people as part of their day to day role. 


The sessions will be facilitated, but the content will be decided by the group. For participants to share their experiences and learning regarding particular areas of safeguarding that are current and emerging for children and young people we work with.




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18/10/2021
18/10/2021
Europe/London
No
Zoom
CANCELED
Safeguarding Community of Practice
safeguarding-community-of-practice

Community of Practice is a group of people who share a common concern, a set of problems, or an interest in a topic and who come together to fulfil both individual and group goals. Set up to support managers who are dealing with the Safeguarding of children and young people as part of their day to day role. 


The sessions will be facilitated, but the content will be decided by the group. For participants to share their experiences and learning regarding particular areas of safeguarding that are current and emerging for children and young people we work with.




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21/09/2021
21/09/2021
Europe/London
No
Zoom
CANCELED
Support drop-ins for Safeguarding
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Support drop-ins for Safeguarding: 30 minutes 1:1 drop-in sessions where you can get clarity and support regarding:

  • Having the best systems in place to support the safeguarding of the children and young people you work with
  • Clarity regarding what you need in a policy, and other policies that enhance safeguarding
  • Struggling with a particular safeguarding issue and want to chat to see if there is anything else you can do
  • Support to understand safeguarding better

If you are interested please contact Zoe.Nation@cityoflondon.gov.uk


05/10/2021
05/10/2021
Europe/London
No
Zoom
SCHEDULED
Support drop-ins for Safeguarding
support-drop-ins-for-safeguarding-2

Support drop-ins for Safeguarding: 30 minutes 1:1 drop-in sessions where you can get clarity and support regarding:

  • Having the best systems in place to support the safeguarding of the children and young people you work with
  • Clarity regarding what you need in a policy, and other policies that enhance safeguarding
  • Struggling with a particular safeguarding issue and want to chat to see if there is anything else you can do
  • Support to understand safeguarding better

If you are interested please contact Zoe.Nation@cityoflondon.gov.uk


28/06/2021
28/06/2021
Europe/London
No
Zoom
ENDED
Support drop-ins for Safeguarding
support-drop-ins-for-safeguarding

Support drop-ins for Safeguarding: 30 minutes 1:1 drop-in sessions where you can get clarity and support regarding:

  • Having the best systems in place to support the safeguarding of the children and young people you work with
  • Clarity regarding what you need in a policy, and other policies that enhance safeguarding
  • Struggling with a particular safeguarding issue and want to chat to see if there is anything else you can do
  • Support to understand safeguarding better

If you are interested please contact Zoe.Nation@cityoflondon.gov.uk


24/05/2021
24/05/2021
Europe/London
No
Zoom
ENDED
Minority within the minority: Gypsy, Roma and Traveller young people and COVID-19
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Minority within the minority: Gypsy,  Roma and Traveller young people and COVID-19


Gypsy, Roma and Traveller young people often exist on the margins of society. The COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated existing inequalities and thrown up several new ones, if these are not addressed then it risks setting these young people back considerably in education and employment. The youth sector has a really big role to play in the covid recovery strategy, and the potential to bridge some of these gaps for Gypsy, Roma and Traveller young people. This event is about sharing this information and exploring how non Gypsy, Roma and Traveller focused youth services can widen their existing and future provision offers (where applicable) to ensure that they are reaching these young people.




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29/03/2021
29/03/2021
Europe/London
No
Zoom
ENDED
Systemic Youth Violence ( for Ealing groups)
systemic-youth-violence-for-ealing-groups

Overview


This training explores the national epidemic of knife-crime, serious youth violence, gangs and  ‘County Lines’:


Session outcomes


By the end of the session, participants will:

·Understand the drivers and reasons for the increase in young people involved in Gangs, Youth Violence and County Lines

·Understand the role of the Media

·Understand the models of prevention and exit – what works?

· Understand the relationship between ‘Public Health v Criminal Justice’

·Understand the secure estate

·Identifying & Exploring the consequences of Gang Culture


Methodology


Due to the wide experience of the trainer in youth offending work, his approach to this training is very down to earth and discussion based with an emphasis on real world examples and case studies from practice. Ray Douglas’s approach is very much centred on providing participants with effective practical tools to use in daily practice. Our Trainer Ray Douglas is an experienced Desistance & Behaviour Management Specialist, Youth Offending Worker and dynamic Trainer with a very successful track record of working within the Criminal Justice System. Ray has wide expertise and success in the delivery of Learning, Gangs, & Systemic Youth Violence and training for practitioners within the public and third sectors and success in managing, mentoring and increasing positive outcomes for both staff & service users working to reduce systemic youth violence.

A prolific Public Speaker, as well as Trainer & Seminar Leader, Ray launched ‘Gangology’ a CPD workforce development programme for practitioners working with young people at risk of life-threatening behaviour relating to Gun, Knife & Gang Culture. Ray draws on his years’ of experience in this field to deliver exceptionally high quality and evaluated Gang Culture training .


To see the trainer on Channel 4 news click here.


To see the trainer on BBC News click here.



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08/04/2021
08/04/2021
Europe/London
No
Zoom
ENDED
Mental Health Series- Talking about Adversity in Childhood
mental-health-series-talking-about-adversity-in-childhood

“Building a culture of understanding mental health and well being across the youth sector”  Mental Health Series


Talking about Adversity in childhood 


As we know adversity in childhood can predict an myriad of poor outcomes in later life. In this session we will look at how we can discuss past adversity in a safe and positive way with our service users. Our hope is that these honest conversations can help better understand some of the reasons that they may be facing particular health and/or mental health challenges and provide a pathway towards positive change.


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08/06/2021
08/06/2021
Europe/London
No
Zoom
ENDED
Mental Health Series- Understanding your own Attachment style
mental-health-series-understanding-your-own-attachment-style

“Building a culture of understanding mental health and well being across the youth sector”  Mental Health Series


Understanding your own attachment style


Following on from a previous session on introducing the theory of attachment and attachment styles, we will explore how you can identify and interpret your own attachment style. We will examine and how your attachment style might impact on your relationships with others and your understand of their behaviour.


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25/05/2021
25/05/2021
Europe/London
No
Zoom
ENDED
Mental Health Series- Building resilience of staff and volunteers
mental-health-series-building-resilience-of-staff-and-volunteers

“Building a culture of understanding mental health and well being across the youth sector”  Mental Health Series


Building resilience of staff and volunteers


This session will look at how we can best support or staff and volunteers to manage the increasing pressure of work on the frontline. We will explore some ways of building your own resilience whilst coping with issues and challenges of working with young people facing unprecedented difficulties at the current time.



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11/05/2021
11/05/2021
Europe/London
No
Zoom
ENDED
Mental Health Series- Building resilience of young people
mental-health-series-building-resilience-of-young-people

“Building a culture of understanding mental health and well being across the youth sector”  Mental Health Series


Building resilience of young people 


As we know the past year has been taken it’s toll on the mental health and wellbeing of many children and young people. In this brief session we will explore the much used concept of resilience and ways that we can help build resilience in young people. We will examine how resilience can be bolstered by good practice, secure environments and whole system approaches.



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27/04/2021
27/04/2021
Europe/London
No
Zoom
ENDED
London Peer Research Network - May
london-peer-research-network-may

Peer Research Network

2.00pm to 4.00pm, 20th of May 2020

We are bringing people together to talk about the latest developments in participatory research with young people, giving organisations the chance to share the work that they are doing.

We will email you a zoom link closer to the day.


Introductions   2.00pm – 2.10pm


Mapping Young London update 2.10pm – 2.20pm

Partnership for Young London will be giving an update on their latest release, Mapping Young Londoners, a collaboration with 22 organisations. It spoke to over 1,600 young people with a survey co-designed with young people.


Centrepoint Universal Credit Research 2.20pm – 2.40pm

Centrepoint are currently working on a peer research project, funded by Trust for London, on Universal Credit. They will be sharing an update about their project, and the approach that they are taking to involved young people.


Sharing participatory work as a group 2.40pm – 3.00pm

We want organisations to share the work they are doing or planning. It would be good to know what learning you can share with the network, what opportunities there are for people to be involved, or what support you are looking for.


Break 3.00pm – 3.10pm


Peer Research Toolkit 3.10pm – 3.50pm

We want to collaborate with organisations on a peer research toolkit, sharing learning, and resources. We will split off into groups and hear from organisations about what the priorities areas are for creating clear resources and guidelines.


Closing remarks 3.50pm – 4.00pm

20/05/2021
20/05/2021
Europe/London
No
Zoom link to be sent out
ENDED
London Policy Network
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London Policy Network


Please see below the revised agenda for the  London Policy Network on Friday 26 March, 2-4pm. This will be in two parts.


Part one

One Big Conversation - We will be hosting One Big Conversation on the impact of Covid-19 on young people, and how we target any communications on the vaccine. This is supported by work happening at the Greater London Authority who have partnered with Public Health England and NHS London to facilitate a series of targeted online events hosted by sector experts called  The Big Conversation.


We have the following panel joining us to look at what is happening across London and how we support young people and their communities.

  • Dr Leonora Weil - PH  Consultant COVID-19 Response – COVID Prevention & Control
  • Dan Burke – CEO of Young Harrow Foundation
  • Dar Sarah Filson
  • Dr Vanessa Apnea

This session will be an opportunity to look at the impact of Covid-19 on young people, and how we can work collectively across health, the voluntary and statutory sector around the vaccine rollout, We really welcome your views and opinions to help us make sure this is targeted well and links to young people’s concerns and feedback.

Part two

  1. Young  Londoners Research – Matt Walsham
  2. Centre for London –London Futures, a Centre for London strategic project that examines the state of London today, explores different scenarios for London’s  future and involving Londoners in creating a new shared vision for the city. Mario  Washington
  3. Unapologetically Me - Sandra Vacciana will be feeding back on the programme supporting colleagues and young people from minoritised communities through the pandemic

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26/03/2021
26/03/2021
Europe/London
No
Zoom
ENDED
Language a Tool of Love and Liberation - Can language liberate us?
language-a-tool-of-love-and-liberation-can-language-liberate-us

Language constructs our realities. It is a process through which power is gained and maintained. The stories we tell about our own suffering and our young people’s suffering are commonly medicalised, individualised and rely on psychiatric diagnoses. We will use this session to explore how language (including 'risk' and 'recovery’) can obscure structural trauma and perpetuate harm. We will touch on the histories of diagnostic language, and how it has operated as a tool to oppress black and queer people.


What does reclaiming language and re-authoring our stories of suffering look like? Dr Sanah Ahsan looks forward to meeting these difficult questions together, reflecting on how language might be used as a means of liberation. She hopes we will cultivate a courageous and compassionatespace, where we can embrace each other’s madness and suffering. She will invite you to engage with poetry and exercises of embodiment for us to collectively deepen our exploration of language and suffering.

Themes/Structure:

  • Poem
  • Short meditation/Free-Write
  • Explaining the current ‘illness-like-any-other’ model of mental health
  • Histories of diagnosis as a tool of oppression
  • Current language of MH services (e.g. risk, recovery, diagnosis) drawing on the stories of Experts by Experience
  • A movement away from our suffering
  • How can we be with our own and each other’s suffering?
  • Reclaiming our own language (e.g. Urdu terms for sorrow)
  • Break out groups
  • Freewrite & Meditation

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12/03/2021
12/03/2021
Europe/London
No
Zoom
ENDED
‘Ordinary Me’ - Unapologetically Black
ordinary-me-unapologetically-black

Ordinary Me - Unapologetically Black

Thursday 4th March, 7 - 9pm.


Last in the series!


How can young Black people create identities on  their own terms in a world where they are often defined and pigeon-holed, using extremes such as   ‘black excellence’ or ‘black delinquent’ ? How much self-agency do we ever really have to just be ourselves? Join us for the last in this popular series of conversations with David Adesanya and his guest of panellists to address where this legacy of extremes comes from and the impact it places on young Black people, who just want ‘to be’.



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04/03/2021
04/03/2021
Europe/London
No
Zoom
ENDED
Community of Practice: Contextual Safeguarding and Trauma-informed Practice (4)
community-of-practice-contextual-safeguarding-and-trauma-informed-practice-4
A Community of Practice is a space for a group of individuals with interests in particular fields to share ideas and good practice, challenges and solutions. These Community of Practice sessions are for anyone from voluntary and community sector organisations who have attended training on Contextual

A Community of Practice is a space for a group of individuals with interests in particular fields to share ideas and good practice, challenges and solutions. These Community of Practice sessions are for anyone from voluntary and community sector organisations who have attended training on Contextual Safeguarding and Trauma-informed Practice.


We are linking these two approaches to safeguarding and supporting adolescents who have experienced abuse outside the family (through, for example, exploitation or violence): they are emerging areas of research and practice and can offer us an innovative framework in which to work. This group is coordinated by Safer London and Partnership for Young London and supported by the Contextual Safeguarding Network. The Community of Practice will focus on the next steps of utilising and embedding a Trauma-Informed Approach and a Contextual Safeguarding Approach in your work. We will explore the various challenges we face and how we are solving them; and what new learning and understanding we are gaining as we work with these approaches.


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Please email naomi.emmanuel@cityoflondon.gov.uk if you have any questions or problems. 


Once you are registered for this event you will find the meeting link in the confirmation and reminder emails. If you can't find these emails, please check your spam box. 

15/07/2021
15/07/2021
Europe/London
No
Zoom
ENDED
Community of Practice: Contextual Safeguarding and Trauma-informed Practice (3)
community-of-practice-contextual-safeguarding-and-trauma-informed-practice-3-1
A Community of Practice is a space for a group of individuals with interests in particular fields to share ideas and good practice, challenges and solutions. These Community of Practice sessions are for anyone from voluntary and community sector organisations who have attended training on Contextual

A Community of Practice is a space for a group of individuals with interests in particular fields to share ideas and good practice, challenges and solutions. These Community of Practice sessions are for anyone from voluntary and community sector organisations who have attended training on Contextual Safeguarding and Trauma-informed Practice.


We are linking these two approaches to safeguarding and supporting adolescents who have experienced abuse outside the family (through, for example, exploitation or violence): they are emerging areas of research and practice and can offer us an innovative framework in which to work. This group is coordinated by Safer London and Partnership for Young London and supported by the Contextual Safeguarding Network. The Community of Practice will focus on the next steps of utilising and embedding a Trauma-Informed Approach and a Contextual Safeguarding Approach in your work. We will explore the various challenges we face and how we are solving them; and what new learning and understanding we are gaining as we work with these approaches.


* If you are having difficulities registering for this event please change your internet browser to Google Chrome as this website is no longer compatible on Internet Explorer.


Please email naomi.emmanuel@cityoflondon.gov.uk if you have and questions or problems.


Once you are registered for this event you will find the meeting link in the confirmation and reminder emails. If you can't find these emails, please check your spam box. 

02/06/2021
02/06/2021
Europe/London
No
Zoom
ENDED
Community of Practice: Contextual Safeguarding and Trauma-informed Practice (2)
community-of-practice-contextual-safeguarding-and-trauma-informed-practice-2-1
A Community of Practice is a space for a group of individuals with interests in particular fields to share ideas and good practice, challenges and solutions. These Community of Practice sessions are for anyone from voluntary and community sector organisations who have attended training on Contextual

A Community of Practice is a space for a group of individuals with interests in particular fields to share ideas and good practice, challenges and solutions. These Community of Practice sessions are for anyone from voluntary and community sector organisations who have attended training on Contextual Safeguarding and Trauma-informed Practice.


We are linking these two approaches to safeguarding and supporting adolescents who have experienced abuse outside the family (through, for example, exploitation or violence): they are emerging areas of research and practice and can offer us an innovative framework in which to work. This group is coordinated by Safer London and Partnership for Young London and supported by the Contextual Safeguarding Network. The Community of Practice will focus on the next steps of utilising and embedding a Trauma-Informed Approach and a Contextual Safeguarding Approach in your work. We will explore the various challenges we face and how we are solving them; and what new learning and understanding we are gaining as we work with these approaches.



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Please email Zoe.Nation@cityoflondon.gov.uk if you have any questions or problems. 


Once you are registered for this event you will find the meeting link in the confirmation and reminder emails. If you can't find these emails, please check your spam box. 

16/04/2021
16/04/2021
Europe/London
No
Zoom
ENDED
Current Event Order Form Template (1)
current-event-order-form-template-1-50




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24/02/2021
24/02/2021
Europe/London
No
Guildhall, Basinghall Street, London EC2V 7HH, UK
51.5157801
-0.0910618999999997
CANCELED
Community of Practice: Contextual Safeguarding and Trauma-informed Practice (1)
community-of-practice-contextual-safeguarding-and-trauma-informed-practice-1-1
A Community of Practice is a space for a group of individuals with interests in particular fields to share ideas and good practice, challenges and solutions. These Community of Practice sessions are for anyone from voluntary and community sector organisations who have attended training on Contextual

A Community of Practice is a space for a group of individuals with interests in particular fields to share ideas and good practice, challenges and solutions. These Community of Practice sessions are for anyone from voluntary and community sector organisations who have attended training on Contextual Safeguarding and Trauma-informed Practice.


We are linking these two approaches to safeguarding and supporting adolescents who have experienced abuse outside the family (through, for example, exploitation or violence): they are emerging areas of research and practice and can offer us an innovative framework in which to work. This group is coordinated by Safer London and Partnership for Young London and supported by the Contextual Safeguarding Network. The Community of Practice will focus on the next steps of utilising and embedding a Trauma-Informed Approach and a Contextual Safeguarding Approach in your work. We will explore the various challenges we face and how we are solving them; and what new learning and understanding we are gaining as we work with these approaches.


* If you are having difficulities registering for this event please change your internet browser to Google Chrome as this website is no longer compatible on Internet Explorer.


Please email naomi.emmanuel@cityoflondon.gov.uk if you have any questions are difficulties. 


Once you are registered for this event you will find the meeting link in the confirmation and reminder emails. If you can't find these emails, please check your spam box. 

02/03/2021
02/03/2021
Europe/London
No
Zoom
ENDED
Community of Practice
community-of-practice




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02/03/2021
02/03/2021
Europe/London
No
zoom
CANCELED
Session 5: Signs and symptoms of mental illness and distress.
session-5-signs-and-symptoms-of-mental-illness-and-distress
This training explores the most common presentation of mental illness in young people and how to respond to this.

This training explores the most common presentation of mental illness in young people and how to respond to this.


Aims:

To understand mental health and illness as a continuum

To familiarise with the signs and symptoms of mental illness and distress

To explore stigma and the barriers to receiving help and support.


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09/02/2021
09/02/2021
Europe/London
No
Zoom
ENDED
Young Londoners' Fund- Safeguarding series: Safeguarding for Managers
young-londoners-fund-safeguarding-series-safeguarding-for-managers-2

Safeguarding for Managers

This session is for Managers who have completed Safeguarding Training – it will consider:

• Responsibilities of Manager in regards to Safeguarding

• What inhibits staff making safeguarding referrals

• What we have learnt from past Serious Case Reviews

• Defensible Decisions

• How to effectively use supervision to identify and explore safeguarding concerns

• How and when to escalate concerns



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23/03/2021
23/03/2021
Europe/London
No
Zoom
ENDED
Young Londoners' Fund- Introduction to Safeguarding (Safeguarding series)
young-londoners-fund-introduction-to-safeguarding-safeguarding-series

Introduction to Safeguarding

This session is for staff who have not had any safeguarding training in the past – it will consider:

  • What makes an issue a  safeguarding concern
  • Basic areas we need to consider for Safeguarding
  • How to make a safeguarding referral
  • Recording
  • Supporting those involved


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09/03/2021
09/03/2021
Europe/London
No
Zoom
CANCELED
Mayoral Elections Youth Board Meeting (1)
mayoral-elections-youth-board-meeting-1
Next youth board meeting, 4 -6.ppm

Now that we know the Mayoral London elections wil take place in 2021, Partnership for young London would like to gather priorities young londoners are concerned with during the upcoming Mayoral Elections. The Youth Advisory Board will be involved in running and organising events as well as contributing  to peer led research for a cross-sector “Manifesto for Young London” to put the elected Mayor.



Agenda TBA

13/01/2021
13/01/2021
Europe/London
No
Zoom
ENDED
Unapologetically Black - Decolonising my School
unapologetically-black-decolonising-my-school

Unapologetically Black (the second in a series of three)


How Can I Decolonise…

My School

My University

My Lessons

My Lectures

My Assessments and Qualifications

MINDS…?


The structure of the UK’s education system continues to fail Black students; we need to break the cycle of poor outcomes. Join David Adesanya and guests for a panel discussion investigating what we can share and implement from the good practice happening in the formal and informal sectors to decolonise educational institutions


Key aims of the panel discussion are to:

  • Highlight projects that have successfully disrupted pre-existing curricular, and ones that have failed
  • Work with event attendees to pool and share tangible resources/ideas they can take forward to influence change in their own educational environments
  • Foster engagement  and collaboration amongst attendees to build a supportive network

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Once you are registered for this event you will find the meeting link in the confirmation and reminder emails. If you can't find these emails, please check your spam box. 

27/01/2021
27/01/2021
Europe/London
No
Zoom
ENDED
Contextual Safeguarding
contextual-safeguarding

Contextual safeguarding is an emerging approach to safeguard children and young people affected by harm outside of the family developed by the University of Bedfordshire.  It asks us to look at all of the contexts in which young people spend time in order to protect them better.  In this training Carly Adams-Elias from the University of Bedfordshire and Safer London will look at:

  • An explanation of  Contextual Safeguarding and the term extra-familial harm
  • How we can use Contextual Safeguarding in our organisation and context to better protect young people through the use of tools like peer mapping
  • Explore the power peers, to be involved in supporting each other.

There will be an opportunity to take part in a Community of Practice - sharing ideas and learning from putting these into practice.


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20/01/2021
20/01/2021
Europe/London
No
Zoom
ENDED
Mayoral Elections Youth Board Meeting
mayoral-elections-youth-board-meeting
Next youth board meeting, Tuesday 22nd December 2.30-4.30pm

Now that we know the Mayoral London elections wil take place in 2021, Partnership for young London would like to gather priorities young londoners are concerned with during the upcoming Mayoral Elections. The Youth Advisory Board will be involved in running and organising events as well as contributing  to peer led research for a cross-sector “Manifesto for Young London” to put the elected Mayor.



Agenda TBA

22/12/2020
22/12/2020
Europe/London
No
Zoom
ENDED
Understanding Vicarious Trauma - Strategies to Develop Professional Resilience Amongst Workers
understanding-vicarious-trauma-strategies-to-develop-professional-resilience-amongst-workers

The three seminars will explore the traumatic impact for Black and Minoritised young people of living through the COVID pandemic. The aim of the seminars will be to provide those working with Black and Minoritised young people, knowledge and understanding of working within a trauma informed approach that supports the development of resilience within a social justice context.



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24/02/2021
24/02/2021
Europe/London
No
Zoom
ENDED
Practice Based Strategies for Developing Resilience with Young Black and Minoritised Young People
practice-based-strategies-for-developing-resilience-with-young-black-and-minoritised-young-people

The three seminars will explore the traumatic impact for Black and Minoritised young people of living through the COVID pandemic. 


The aim of the seminars will be to provide those working with Black and Minoritised young people, knowledge and understanding of working within a trauma informed approach that supports the development of resilience within a social justice context.



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10/02/2021
10/02/2021
Europe/London
No
Zoom
ENDED
Understanding Trauma and Resilience within a Social Justice Context
understanding-trauma-and-resilience-within-a-social-justice-context

The three seminars will explore the traumatic impact for Black and Minoritised young people of living through the COVID pandemic. The aim of the seminars will be to provide those working with Black and Minoritised young people, knowledge and understanding of working within a trauma informed approach that supports the development of resilience within a social justice context.



* If you are having difficulities registering for this event please change your internet browser to Google Chrome as this website is no longer compatible on Internet Explorer.


Once you are registered for this event you will find the meeting link in the confirmation and reminder emails. If you can't find these emails, please check your spam box. 

27/01/2021
27/01/2021
Europe/London
No
Zoom
ENDED
Peer Research Network 25th of February
peer-research-network-25th-of-february
Bringing people to look at participatory approaches with young people in research, design, and funding.

Peer Research Network

2.00pm to 4.00pm, 25th of February 2020

We are bringing people together to talk about the latest developments in participatory research with young people, giving organisations the chance to share the work that they are doing.


  • Introductions   2.00pm – 2.10pm
  • Toynbee Hall Participatory Research with Young Renters 2.10pm – 2.30pm Bethan Mobey from Toynbee Hall will give us an overview of their participatory research with young people in the private rented sector, and how they co-produced solutions with young people and landlords.
  • Partnership for Young London’s Youth Manifesto 2.30pm – 2.40pm An update on the work we are doing ahead of the London Mayoral Election in 2021, and the participatory research being done for it. There is an opportunity to bring together organisations, and the peer researchers they work with, for a joint Manifesto for Young Londoners.
  • GLA Youth-Led Research programme 2.40pm – 3.10pm Dorothy Hodgson, Senior Project Officer at the GLA’s Education and Youth Team, will introduce their prospective plan for a programme of youth-led research projects. We will be breaking into groups to provide feedback and comments.
  • Break 3.10pm – 3.15pm
  • Participatory research online 3.15pm – 3.45pm We want to hear what challenges and solutions organisations have when conducting participatory work with young people during lockdown. We want to start collecting the digital approaches to aspects of the process like recruitment, or analysis.
  • Closing remarks 3.45pm – 4.00pm
25/02/2021
25/02/2021
Europe/London
No
Zoom
ENDED
Session 4: Attachment Behaviour and Mental Health
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This training considers the theoretical underpinning of working and building relationships with young people. It explores the impact of attachment on mental health and wellbeing

This training considers the theoretical underpinning of working and building relationships with young people. It explores the impact of attachment on mental health and wellbeing  Aims: To develop an understanding of attachment theory To develop a greater knowledge of types of attachment behaviour, and how this may present in young people To explore our own early attachment experiences To look at ways to provide a ‘secure base’ as a secondary attachment figure



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Once you are registered for this event you will find the meeting link in the confirmation and reminder emails. If you can't find these emails, please check your spam box. 

16/02/2021
16/02/2021
Europe/London
No
Zoom
ENDED
Session 3: The impact of adversity in childhood
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This training reflects on the evidence that adversity in childhood can severely affect life chances, mental health and wellbeing.

This training reflects on the evidence that adversity in childhood can severely affect life chances, mental health and wellbeing. Aims: Provides an overview of several studies exploring the impact of adversity in childhood Looks at the ways that an understanding of the impact of adversity can improve practice How to address the impact of adversity directly with young people



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02/02/2021
02/02/2021
Europe/London
No
Zoom
ENDED
Session 2: Signs and symptoms of mental illness and distress.
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This training explores the most common presentation of mental illness in young people and how to respond to this.

This training explores the most common presentation of mental illness in young people and how to respond to this.  


Aims: To understand mental health and illness as a continuum 

To familiarise with the signs and symptoms of mental illness and distress 

To explore stigma and the barriers to receiving help and support.




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26/01/2021
26/01/2021
Europe/London
No
Zoom
ENDED
Session 1: Understanding Mental Health and Wellbeing
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Despite common misconceptions, everyone experiences mental health, whether they are thriving or not. This training looks beyond labels and diagnosis to enable participants to understand Mental Health – especially as it's relevant to young people – and build a good relationship considering this under

Despite common misconceptions, everyone experiences mental health, whether they are thriving or not. This training looks beyond labels and diagnosis to enable participants to understand Mental Health – especially as it is relevant to young people – and build a good relationship considering this understanding  


Aims: To explore our own thoughts and perceptions of mental health 

To develop an understanding of mental health from a systemic perspective 

To understand risk and resilience factors Self-care strategies



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19/01/2021
19/01/2021
Europe/London
No
Zoom
ENDED
Young Londoners' Fund- Safeguarding review: Safeguarding and Supervision for Managers
young-londoners-fund-safeguarding-review-safeguarding-and-supervision-for-managers

This session will review safeguarding and supervision for managers.


The aim of this review session is for participants to be able to critique the previous sessions to provide information which will shape future sessions, content and request additional information


Objectives:

1) Participants will share what has been useful to them, and what was not so useful

2) Participants will be able to get clarity and further information regarding the safeguarding/supervision areas

3) Participants will be able to influence future training sessions



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21/01/2021
21/01/2021
Europe/London
No
Zoom
51.5157801
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Young Londoners' Fund- Safeguarding review: Introduction to Safeguarding
young-londoners-fund-safeguarding-review-introduction-to-safeguarding

This session will review  the introduction to Safeguarding session.


The aim of this review session is for participants to be able to critique the previous sessions to provide information which will shape future sessions, content and request additional information


Objectives:

1) Participants will share what has been useful to them, and what was not so useful

2) Participants will be able to get clarity and further information regarding the safeguarding/supervision areas

3) Participants will be able to influence future training sessions



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Once you are registered for this event you will find the meeting link in the confirmation and reminder emails. If you can't find these emails, please check your spam box. 

12/01/2021
12/01/2021
Europe/London
No
Zoom
ENDED
London Policy Network
london-policy-network-6
London Policy network is Partnership for Young London’s regular policy and practice meeting to showcase good practice, disseminate ideas and hear about latest policy, initiatives and developments in the youth sector.

London Policy network is Partnership for Young London’s regular policy and practice meeting to showcase good practice, disseminate ideas and hear about latest policy, initiatives and developments in the youth sector. Attendees are cross sector drawn from  range of organisations VCSE, LA’s, housing associations, central and regional government, public health.


Agenda

During Youth Work Week 2020 the NYA launched the ten year vision for youth work in England.  The aim is to now translate this vision into a practical strategy, owned and shared by all in support of youth work. This collective strategy will be published in Spring 2021 and will be used to:

  • Mainstream young people’s voices and needs into common understanding and responses at all levels (including aligning spending across government departments)
  • Inform the delayed three-year comprehensive spending review 2021
  • Secure long term understanding and ambition for youth work at national and local level through policy, commissioning and funding.

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22/01/2021
22/01/2021
Europe/London
No
Zoom
ENDED
What Does it Mean to Be – ‘UNAPOLOGETICALLY BLACK?’
what-does-it-mean-to-be-unapologetically-black

UNAPOLOGTICALLY BLACK?


Please join UK Social Community Manager at Tik Tok, Nina Danjuma and Interdisciplinary Artist Jamel Duane Alatise in conversation with David Adesanya of Dilemma to explore what it means to be a young Black person, living in the UK in 2020. Audience members will be invited to debate critical questions such as:

  • ‘How much self-agency do young  Black people have to shape their individuality &
  • Is race (still?) the most  important aspect of young  Black people’s identity?’

Whether you are a young person from the African diaspora or not, we want to know what you think. Come and  share your points of view! UNAPOLOGETICALLY BLACK is targeted at young people aged 16 and over. Talk starts at 7.00pm on Wednesday 9th December.


Nina Danjuma:

The amazing & phenomenally creative @ninadnj a dedicated and prolific interrogator of diversity and inclusion. Experienced writer, content creator and social media specialist with a demonstrated history of working in the marketing and advertising industry which currently includes @tiktok


Jamel Duane Alatise: Introducing Jamel Alatise ( @firstsonofsoil ) a socially engaged Artist-Creative, who is focussed primarily on poetry, publishing and photography. Jamel’s work in whichever medium prioritises our connections and stories. He is the founder of @peoplejournal - a publication devoted to slow storytelling - and is an ardent explorer of Art, Culture, and Design.



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09/12/2020
09/12/2020
Europe/London
No
Zoom
ENDED
Peer Research Network 4th of December
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Peer Research Network

2.00pm to 4.00pm, 4th of December 2020

We are bringing people together to talk about the latest developments in participatory research with young people, giving organisations the chance to share the work that they are doing.


We will email you a zoom link closer to the day. 


Introductions   2.00pm – 2.10pm


National Youth Agency Peer Research qualification 2.10pm – 2.20pm

Debbie Terras from the National Youth Agency will update us on the work that they are doing, in partnership with the University of Cumbria, around creating an accredited qualification for peer researchers that all organisations can use in their own projects.


The Young Foundation’s ‘Peer Research in the UK’ report  2.20pm – 2.40pm

A look at their recent report, which can befound here, which takes an in-depth look at the use of peer research in the UK today. It examines what methods are being used, and how it is currently being evaluated.


Partnership for Young London’s Youth Manifesto  2.50pm – 3.00pm

An update on the work we are doing ahead of the London Mayoral Election in 2021, and the participatory research being done for it. There is an opportunity to bring together organisations, and the peer researchers they work with, for a joint Manifesto for Young Londoners.


Break 3.00pm – 3.05pm


Youth Endowment Fund Network of Peer Researchers 3.05pm – 3.15pm

Peter Babudu, Head of Research & Youth Understanding, will provide an update on their plans to create a national network of young peer researchers in areas with high levels of serious youth violence


Sharing participatory work as a group 3.15pm – 3.45pm

We want organisations to share the work they are doing or planning. It would be good to know what learning you can share with the network, what opportunities there are for people to be involved, or what support you are looking for.


Closing remarks 3.45pm – 4.00pm

04/12/2020
04/12/2020
Europe/London
No
Zoom link to be provided closer to the day
ENDED
Community of Practice – Champions in Trauma informed & Contextual Safeguarding Approaches. Part 1
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Community of Practice – Champions in Trauma-informed and Contextual Safeguarding Approaches. Part 1: Trauma-Informed Approaches

In this session Professor David Shemmings will cover the following:


- the key differences between ‘event-based’ trauma and ‘relationally-based’ trauma

- how this is likely to affect young people caught in gangs, online abuse and exploitation

- compassion fatigue and how can it be addressed?

David will present PowerPoint slides and show some film clips to link up-to-date research to your work with young Londoners. Those attending will be sent PDFs of the PowerPoints after the session.


Community of Practice – Champions – Contextual Safeguarding and Trauma-Informed Approaches

Following this course, a series of courses that PYL have delivered on trauma-informed approaches, and the training session on Contextual Safeguarding, there will be an opportunity to join a Community of Practice. We are linking these two approaches to safeguarding and supporting adolescents who have experienced abuse outside the family: they are emerging areas of research and practice and can offer us an innovative framework in which to work. This is coordinated by Safer London and Partnership for Young London and supported by the Contextual Safeguarding Network. The Community of Practice will focus on the next steps of utilising and embedding a Trauma-Informed Approach and a Contextual Safeguarding Approach in your work. We will explore the various challenges we face and how we are solving them; and what new learning and understanding we are gaining as we work with these approaches?



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27/11/2020
27/11/2020
Europe/London
No
Zoom
ENDED
Therapeutic Skills And Creative Ways of Working - Session 3
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Partnership for Young London is working in collaboration with Nicola Lester Psychological Trauma Consultancy to deliver a series of webinars on trauma awareness, trauma informed practice, developing therapeutic skills for practice and developing trauma informed organisations. Each session is 1.5 hours and will be delivered online, presentation time is approximately 1-hour with time for discussion and questions in the remaining 30 minutes. Attendees will receive a copy of the presentation, handouts and a certificate of attendance upon completion of the session.

For those participants wishing to attend more than one workshop, it is recommended that participants attend the workshops in order to build on and consolidate their knowledge.


Session 3: Therapeutic Skills And Creative Ways of Working

  1. Key skills for therapeutic      practice
  2. Working with loss and bereavement
  3. Working with acute distress
  4. Creative ways of working
  5. Reflecting on practice

Contact Zoe.Nation@cityoflondon.gov.uk



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18/05/2021
18/05/2021
Europe/London
No
Zoom
ENDED
Developing Trauma Informed Organisations - Session 4
developing-trauma-informed-organisations-session-4-2

Partnership for Young London is working in collaboration with Nicola Lester Psychological Trauma Consultancy to deliver a series of webinars on trauma awareness, trauma informed practice, developing therapeutic skills for practice and developing trauma informed organisations. Each session is 1.5 hours and will be delivered online, presentation time is approximately 1-hour with time for discussion and questions in the remaining 30 minutes. Attendees will receive a copy of the presentation, handouts and a certificate of attendance upon completion of the session.

For those participants wishing to attend more than one workshop, it is recommended that participants attend the workshops in order to build on and consolidate their knowledge.


Session 4: Developing Trauma Informed Organisations

  1. Trauma informed organisations: key concepts
  2. Supporting colleagues: implementing trauma informed reflective practice
  3. Developing trauma informed reflective practice: the role of a facilitator
  4. Developing trauma informed policy and process
  5. Planning for the future

Contact Zoe.Nation@cityoflondon.gov.uk


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01/06/2021
01/06/2021
Europe/London
No
Zoom
ENDED
Therapeutic Skills And Creative Ways of Working - Session 3
therapeutic-skills-and-creative-ways-of-working-session-3-2

Partnership for Young London is working in collaboration with Nicola Lester Psychological Trauma Consultancy to deliver a series of webinars on trauma awareness, trauma informed practice, developing therapeutic skills for practice and developing trauma informed organisations. Each session is 1.5 hours and will be delivered online, presentation time is approximately 1-hour with time for discussion and questions in the remaining 30 minutes. Attendees will receive a copy of the presentation, handouts and a certificate of attendance upon completion of the session.

For those participants wishing to attend more than one workshop, it is recommended that participants attend the workshops in order to build on and consolidate their knowledge.


Session 3: Therapeutic Skills And Creative Ways of Working

  1. Key skills for therapeutic      practice
  2. Working with loss and bereavement
  3. Working with acute distress
  4. Creative ways of working
  5. Reflecting on practice



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04/11/2020
04/11/2020
Europe/London
No
Zoom
CANCELED
Developing Trauma Informed Practice - Session 2
developing-trauma-informed-practice-session-2-2

Partnership for Young London is working in collaboration with Nicola Lester Psychological Trauma Consultancy to deliver a series of webinars on trauma awareness, trauma informed practice, developing therapeutic skills for practice and developing trauma informed organisations. Each session is 1.5 hours and will be delivered online, presentation time is approximately 1-hour with time for discussion and questions in the remaining 30 minutes. Attendees will receive a copy of the presentation, handouts and a certificate of attendance upon completion of the session.

For those participants wishing to attend more than one workshop, it is recommended that participants attend the workshops in order to build on and consolidate their knowledge.


Session 2: Developing Trauma Informed Practice

  1. Developing trauma informed      practice: key concepts and context
  2. Integrating a trauma informed      approach to practice
  3. Using the SENSE model to structure      trauma informed care
  4. Introduction to trauma informed      reflective practice
  5. Understanding vicarious trauma and      compassion fatigue



* Once you are registered for this event you will find the meeting link in the confirmation and reminder emails. If you are having difficulties finding these emails, please check your spam box.

04/05/2021
04/05/2021
Europe/London
No
Zoom
ENDED
Introduction to Trauma - Session 1
introduction-to-trauma-session-1-2

Partnership for Young London is working in collaboration with Nicola Lester Psychological Trauma Consultancy to deliver a series of webinars on trauma awareness, trauma informed practice, developing therapeutic skills for practice and developing trauma informed organisations. Each session is 1.5 hours and will be delivered online, presentation time is approximately 1-hour with time for discussion and questions in the remaining 30 minutes. Attendees will receive a copy of the presentation, handouts and a certificate of attendance upon completion of the session.

For those participants wishing to attend more than one workshop, it is recommended that participants attend the workshops in order to build on and consolidate their knowledge.


Session 1:  INTRODUCTION TO TRAUMA

  1. Introduction to psychological trauma
  2. Understanding adverse childhood experiences (ACEs)
  3. The impact of trauma and the possibility of post-traumatic growth
  4. Making SENSE of psychological trauma
  5. Self-care and psychological resilience

Please contact Naomi - naomi.emmanuel@cityoflondon.gov.uk if you have any queries.


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20/04/2021
20/04/2021
Europe/London
No
Zoom
ENDED
Checking in, Voices of Young people During Lockdown
checking-in-voices-of-young-people-during-lockdown

Join us for the launch of our report with Good Thinking, Healthy London Partnership and Tik Tok ‘Checking in, Voices of Young people During Lockdown’.


This will take place next Tuesday 27th October between 10.30 and 12pm on zoom, and the session will be led by the young people who participated in the project, sharing their perspectives on lockdown and how we shape mental health support as we move forward.


'Checking in: Voices of young people during lockdown’ began with a simple premise – how are young people coping with COVID-19?. It developed into an in-depth online listening project run by Partnership for Young London and Good Thinking, with the support of TikTok. The findings of our 'Checking in: Voices of young people during lockdown’ project have even greater resonance as we move into the next phase of the COVID-19 pandemic and we recommend that they are used to help shape mental health support in the UK.



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27/10/2020
27/10/2020
Europe/London
No
Zoom
ENDED
TikTok Campaigning Workshop
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PYL are teaming up with TikTok to run a workshop for young people on campaigning to mark the release of our final report from our Youth Listening project.

👉 Specialist workshops - tailored content designed and delivered by TikTok to enhance young peoples skills as advocates and campaigners

👉 Discussion panel with TikTok – you’d then have an opportunity to ask TikTok tough questions on our own track record on activism especially when it comes to giving minority groups a voice and a platform.

If you’ve got any questions about the event or if you’d like to privately submit questions to the panel please contact Troy troy.norbert@cityoflondon.gov.uk


* Once you are registered for this event you will find the meeting link in the confirmation and reminder emails. If you are having difficulties finding these emails, please check your spam box.

27/10/2020
27/10/2020
Europe/London
No
Zoom
ENDED
Young Londoners Research meeting
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We're inviting organisations to come and share their thoughts on our upcoming piece of research.

We are planning to conduct a widescale survey of young Londoners before the Mayoral election on some of the issues that they said were important to them. We want to provide a short overview on our initial proposal, and gather feedback and ideas about what else we should be examining, and who else we need to be involved.


A Zoom invitation will be sent out the morning of the 26th of October. 

26/10/2020
26/10/2020
Europe/London
No
Zoom
ENDED
SOS (Sense of Self) Emotional Well Being Session for Women in the Sector from BAME Communities
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We will be holding an online workshop, led by Creative Coach, Komplete Small, on techniques to support our emotional wellbeing as we navigate our way through the additional pressures of dealing with COVID-19. Participants will be offered some simple techniques on breath work, meditation and affirmations that we can tap into – even in the midst of our busy lives -  to help create and sustain positive mental health. PYL has funding to deliver a series of sessions to women from BAME communities who work in the voluntary sector, as research shows that we are being adversely affected by the pandemic This event is a part of that offer. 


We want you to get as much out of the session beforehand as possible, so here are a few things to help you prepare!

  • Before joining the call try and create a calm space to be in where you can avoid      unnecessary interruptions
  • Ideally bring an essential oil  :- peppermint, eucalyptus, citrus (something that clears the airways)
  • Bring a soothing body cream to massage into your pulse points (it can be anything you like such as Nivea,      Cocoa Butter…etc) Pick something that makes you feel a sense of relief, peace, joy and happiness when using it
  • If possible, use a room or body mist that you like! You can also use a diffuser with a scent, or incense,      this is to promote a calm relaxing environment/atmosphere

If you are able to, try and practice the following mindful exercise beforehand:

  • Set an alarm (a gentle one)  for 3 mins
  • Close your eyes, relaxing your  mind and body, breathe naturally
  • Notice your breath, empty your mind as much as you can. Imagine space and time as calming light
  • If you receive any distracting thoughts, picture them in bubbles and burst them in your mind’s eye  -  let them float away
  • Allow all of your senses to engage and enjoy the stillness
  • If thoughts return, repeat, to expand relaxation…

With practice this exercise becomes easier and more sustainable. You can choose to extend the timer, which  is just to bring you back to centre, should your thoughts drift. If you are having difficulty sleeping this is also a great exercise to aid a restful night


Feel free to reach out, to ask me any questions you may have before the session! Karencreativecoach@gmail.com

Happy practicing and really looking forward to seeing you on Wednesday 11th November at 11.00am on zoom.



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11/11/2020
11/11/2020
Europe/London
No
Zoom
ENDED
Researching Young People’s Political Identities - An Exploratory Workshop
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Partnership for Young London is working in collaboration with a range of partners on a national initiative to investigate how young people define their identities and what the impact might be for future youth policy and practice. This session will explore current research regarding young people’s identities and provide an opportunity for attendees to share their perceptions. This research is key to the workforce as it will also provide an insight  to understanding and interpreting identity from a youth centred perspective. The work is being rolled out across the UK  to learn more about regional differences and how this influences the ways we work. Our partners are Youth Focus, North West and Youth Focus, North East.This  is a pilot project funded by National Community Lotteries.


* Once you are registered for this event you will find the meeting link in the confirmation and reminder emails. If you are having difficulties finding these emails, please check your spam box.

29/10/2020
29/10/2020
Europe/London
No
Zoom
ENDED
The Changing Face of London - open data session
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Join us to delve into a large data set highlighting issues facing young people in London with Partnership for Young Londoners.

In May 2020 Partnership for Young Londoners collaborated with the Museum of London to engage young people via Instagram to complete 'The Changing Face of London' survey.


Questions cover what it's like to be a young person living in London - from the key issues affecting young people and their mental health, to what local facilities they use and how Covid-19 has affected their view on their local area and much more.

Join us to explore this open data set of over 3000 responses and learn some valuable Excel skills to enable you to analyse the responses and find answers to questions you may have e.g. delving into the data based on postcode, ethnicity or optimism for the future.


We will be using Zoom to run this demo and interactive hands on session. Follow up 1:1 support will be available via the Datawise London programme.


Registration will be held on Eventbrite.

13/11/2020
13/11/2020
Europe/London
No
Zoom
ENDED
Developing Trauma Informed Organisations (Session 4)
developing-trauma-informed-organisations-session-4

Partnership for Young London is working in collaboration with Nicola Lester Psychological Trauma Consultancy to deliver a series of webinars on trauma awareness, trauma informed practice, developing therapeutic skills for practice and developing trauma informed organisations. Each session is 1.5 hours and will be delivered online, presentation time is approximately 1-hour with time for discussion and questions in the remaining 30 minutes. Attendees will receive a copy of the presentation, handouts and a certificate of attendance upon completion of the session.

For those participants wishing to attend more than one workshop, it is recommended that participants attend the workshops in order to build on and consolidate their knowledge.


Session 4: Developing Trauma Informed Organisations

  1. Trauma informed organisations: key concepts
  2. Supporting colleagues: implementing trauma informed reflective practice
  3. Developing trauma informed reflective practice: the role of a facilitator
  4. Developing trauma informed policy and process
  5. Planning for the future



* Once you are registered for this event you will find the meeting link in the confirmation and reminder emails. If you are having difficulties finding these emails, please check your spam box.

25/02/2021
25/02/2021
Europe/London
No
Zoom
CANCELED
Therapeutic Skills And Creative Ways of Working (Session 3)
therapeutic-skills-and-creative-ways-of-working-session-3

Partnership for Young London is working in collaboration with Nicola Lester Psychological Trauma Consultancy to deliver a series of webinars on trauma awareness, trauma informed practice, developing therapeutic skills for practice and developing trauma informed organisations. Each session is 1.5 hours and will be delivered online, presentation time is approximately 1-hour with time for discussion and questions in the remaining 30 minutes. Attendees will receive a copy of the presentation, handouts and a certificate of attendance upon completion of the session.

For those participants wishing to attend more than one workshop, it is recommended that participants attend the workshops in order to build on and consolidate their knowledge.


Session 3: Therapeutic Skills And Creative Ways of Working

  1. Key skills for therapeutic      practice
  2. Working with loss and bereavement
  3. Working with acute distress
  4. Creative ways of working
  5. Reflecting on practice



* Once you are registered for this event you will find the meeting link in the confirmation and reminder emails. If you are having difficulties finding these emails, please check your spam box.

18/02/2021
18/02/2021
Europe/London
No
Zoom
CANCELED
Developing Trauma Informed Practice (Session 2)
developing-trauma-informed-practice-session-2

Partnership for Young London is working in collaboration with Nicola Lester Psychological Trauma Consultancy to deliver a series of webinars on trauma awareness, trauma informed practice, developing therapeutic skills for practice and developing trauma informed organisations. Each session is 1.5 hours and will be delivered online, presentation time is approximately 1-hour with time for discussion and questions in the remaining 30 minutes. Attendees will receive a copy of the presentation, handouts and a certificate of attendance upon completion of the session.

For those participants wishing to attend more than one workshop, it is recommended that participants attend the workshops in order to build on and consolidate their knowledge.


Session 2: Developing Trauma Informed Practice

  1. Developing trauma informed      practice: key concepts and context
  2. Integrating a trauma informed      approach to practice
  3. Using the SENSE model to structure      trauma informed care
  4. Introduction to trauma informed      reflective practice
  5. Understanding vicarious trauma and      compassion fatigue



* Once you are registered for this event you will find the meeting link in the confirmation and reminder emails. If you are having difficulties finding these emails, please check your spam box.

11/02/2021
11/02/2021
Europe/London
No
Zoom
CANCELED
Introduction to Trauma (Session 1)
introduction-to-trauma-session-1

Partnership for Young London is working in collaboration with Nicola Lester Psychological Trauma Consultancy to deliver a series of webinars on trauma awareness, trauma informed practice, developing therapeutic skills for practice and developing trauma informed organisations. Each session is 1.5 hours and will be delivered online, presentation time is approximately 1-hour with time for discussion and questions in the remaining 30 minutes. Attendees will receive a copy of the presentation, handouts and a certificate of attendance upon completion of the session.

For those participants wishing to attend more than one workshop, it is recommended that participants attend the workshops in order to build on and consolidate their knowledge.


Session 1:  INTRODUCTION TO TRAUMA

  1. Introduction to psychological trauma
  2. Understanding adverse childhood experiences (ACEs)
  3. The impact of trauma and the possibility of post-traumatic growth
  4. Making SENSE of psychological trauma
  5. Self-care and psychological resilience



* Once you are registered for this event you will find the meeting link in the confirmation and reminder emails. If you are having difficulties finding these emails, please check your spam box.

04/02/2021
04/02/2021
Europe/London
No
Zoom
CANCELED
Detached Youth Work - Prepping for Local Lockdown
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19/10/2020
19/10/2020
Europe/London
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Open Access Youth Work
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Join us for a discussion about Open Access Youth Work and the report A Narrative Review of Impact.

Join us for a discussion about Open Access Youth Work and the report A Narrative  Review of Impact

Our recent research report looking at the available evidence on the impact of open access youth work has added to the strong narrative emerging from other research (particularly in Scotland). This narrative highlights the role of open access youth work in young people’s lives, including their learning and development, health and wellbeing, safety, and relationships. It also draws out the ‘features’ of open access youth work that contribute to impact. But how should we use this narrative? How can it support and improve the quality of practice? How can it influence future investment into open access youth work? What does it mean for how we evaluate open access youth work in the future?


This session will have presentations from:

Bethia McNeil – Centre for Youth Impact

Tania de St Criox – King College London

Phoebe Hill – Researcher


We will also have a panel with representation from DCMS, the National Youth Agency to talk through the impact of this research and how we need to raise the profile of youth services.



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14/10/2020
14/10/2020
Europe/London
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London Policy Network
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London Policy network is Partnership for Young London’s regular policy and practice meeting to showcase good practice, disseminate ideas and hear about latest policy, initiatives and developments in the youth sector.

London Policy network is Partnership for Young London’s regular policy and practice meeting to showcase good practice, disseminate ideas and hear about latest policy, initiatives and developments in the youth sector. Attendees are cross sector drawn from  range of organisations VCSE, LA’s, housing associations, central and regional government, public health.


Agenda

  1. Update on the Youth Investment Fund, Paul Schofield DCMS
  2. Youth Recovery – overview of the youth recovery process for London, Sharon Long
  3. Data and research – Young Londoners Feedback, Matt Walsham and Troy Norbert
  4. Service Development for Local Areas – focus group with London Borough of Islington

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25/09/2020
25/09/2020
Europe/London
No
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Detached Youth Work - Scenario Planning
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Preparation for the winter and a possible second lockdown.

Preparation for the winter and a possible second lockdown. 




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12/10/2020
12/10/2020
Europe/London
No
Zoom
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Detached Youth Work - Scenario Planning
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Scenario planning covering range of issues such as substance misuse, street ASB and violence, age and being peers of young people, criminalisation of young people for being outside, partnerships, off duty boundaries.

Scenario planning covering range of issues such as substance misuse, street ASB and violence, age and being peers of young people, criminalisation of young people for being outside, partnerships, off duty boundaries.




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05/10/2020
05/10/2020
Europe/London
No
Zoom
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Detached Youth Work - Introduction
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Scenario planning covering range of issues such as substance misuse, street ASB and violence, age and being peers of young people, criminalisation of young people for being outside, partnerships, off duty boundaries.

Scenario planning covering range of issues such as substance misuse, street ASB and violence, age and being peers of young people, criminalisation of young people for being outside, partnerships, off duty boundaries.




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28/09/2020
28/09/2020
Europe/London
No
Zoom
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Detached Youth Work
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This session is an overview of detached youth work and practice based examples of detached working with young people.

This session is an overview of detached youth work and practice based examples of detached working with young people.




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14/09/2020
14/09/2020
Europe/London
No
Zoom
CANCELED
Advising on London's Recovery Mission
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Join us for a conversation about the recent mission that City Hall have released, in order to start London's recovery from the pandemic. The London Recovery Board, a group of London’s leaders from business, the community and education sectors and essential services are keen for all Londoners to help shape the future of the capital for young people.


They are planning for London's long-term recovery from COVID-19 and with your help, have identified several missions that they want to solve to help make London a fairer, greener, more open and vibrant city than what it was before.

We know we need to include youth voices in our recovery. We are now inviting you to take part in shaping those missions that will remake our city as a fairer, greener and more open city than it was before.


Don't miss this opportunity!




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27/08/2020
27/08/2020
Europe/London
No
Zoom
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Young Londoners' Fund- Safeguarding series: Working through times of change and challenge
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Working through times of change and challenge


The session will be tailored to consider the changes and challenges that are relevant at time of delivery in relations to Covid and other relevant issues - This session will include:


• Current changes and challenges

• The effect of change on your work and the workplace

• How to support yourself and your staff

• Planning for change – start/understand/decide/implement and sustain

• Learning together from experience 

• Keeping children and young people as safe as we can during times of change


01/12/2020
01/12/2020
Europe/London
No
Zoom
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Young Londoners' Fund- Safeguarding series: Working with Children and Young People on-line
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Working with Children and Young People on-line

The session is designed to support front line workers to engage with young people online, for both group work and one to one work. The session will not cover the technical aspects of this or on-line platforms.

24/11/2020
24/11/2020
Europe/London
No
Zoom
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Young Londoners' Fund- Safeguarding series: Supervision
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This session is for managers who have a responsibility for supervision sessions with staff- it will consider:


• Supervision policy

• Key areas of an effective supervision session

• Importance of both the supervisors and supervisees role in the process

• How to give effective feedback and have challenging discussions

• How to manage difficult decisions

• How to effectively record supervision sessions


10/11/2020
10/11/2020
Europe/London
No
Zoom
ENDED
Young Londoners' Fund- Safeguarding series: Working with Children and Young People on-line
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Working with Children and Young People on-line


The session is designed to support front line workers to engage with young people on line, for both group work and one to one work. The session will not cover the technical aspects of this or on-line platforms.


13/10/2020
13/10/2020
Europe/London
No
Zoom
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Young Londoners' Fund- Safeguarding series: Safeguarding for Managers
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Safeguarding for Managers


This session is for Managers who have completed Safeguarding Training – it will consider:


• Responsibilities of Manager in regards to Safeguarding

• What inhibits staff making safeguarding referrals

• What we have learnt from past Serious Case Reviews

• Defensible Decisions

• How to effectively use supervision to identify and explore safeguarding concerns

• How and when to escalate concerns


29/09/2020
29/09/2020
Europe/London
No
Zoom
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Young Londoners' Fund- Safeguarding series: Introduction to Safeguarding
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Introduction to Safeguarding

This session is for staff who have not had any safeguarding training in the past – it will consider:

  • What makes an issue a  safeguarding concern
  • Basic areas we need to consider for Safeguarding
  • How to make a safeguarding referral
  • Recording
  • Supporting those involved
15/09/2020
15/09/2020
Europe/London
No
Zoom
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Young Londoners' Fund trauma training series - Session 4: Therapeutic skills and creative ways of working
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Session 4: Therapeutic skills and creative ways of working

Overview of content:

  1. Key skills for therapeutic practice
  2. Creative ways of working
  3. Working with loss and  bereavement
14/12/2020
14/12/2020
Europe/London
No
Zoom
CANCELED
Young Londoners' Fund trauma training series - Session 3: Developing trauma informed practice
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Session 3: Developing trauma informed practice 


Overview of content:

1. Introduction to trauma informed practice 

2. Integrating the 6 trauma informed principles to practice

3. Using the SENSE model to structure trauma informed interventions 


07/12/2020
07/12/2020
Europe/London
No
Zoom
CANCELED
Young Londoners' Fund trauma training series - Session 2: Developing trauma awareness
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Session 2: Developing trauma awareness 


Overview of content:

1. Understanding psychological trauma

2. Understanding developmental trauma 

3. Post-traumatic growth 

4. Self-care and psychological resilience 


02/11/2020
02/11/2020
Europe/London
No
Zoom
CANCELED
Young Londoners' Fund - Session 1: Introduction to becoming a trauma informed organisation
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This session provides an overview of the concept of trauma informed practice, highlighting its benefits and evidence base and outlining the training available to staff via PYL through a series of online webinars.

Session 1: Introduction to becoming a trauma informed organisation


A session for managers, trustees and directors providing an introduction to developing a trauma informed organisation for staff and beneficiaries. This session provides an overview of the concept of trauma informed practice, highlighting its benefits and evidence base and outlining the training available to staff via PYL through a series of online webinars.

26/10/2020
26/10/2020
Europe/London
No
Zoom
CANCELED
Young Londoners' Fund - Trauma informed practice training series: Developing Trauma Informed Organisations
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Trauma informed practice training series-Partnership for Young London 2020-2021

Partnership for Young London is working in collaboration with Nicola Lester Psychological Trauma Consultancy to deliver a series of webinars on trauma awareness, trauma informed practice, developing therapeutic skills for practice and developing trauma informed organisations. Each session is 1.5 hours and will be delivered online, presentation time is approximately 1-hour with time for discussion and questions in the remaining 30 minutes. Attendees will receive a copy of the presentation, handouts and a certificate of attendance upon completion of the session.

For those participants wishing to attend more than one workshop, it is recommended that participants attend the workshops in order to build on and consolidate their knowledge.


Tuesday 20th October 11-12:30

Session 4: Developing Trauma Informed Organisations

  1. Trauma informed organisations: key concepts
  2. Supporting colleagues: implementing trauma informed reflective practice
  3. Developing trauma informed reflective practice: the role of a facilitator
  4. Developing trauma informed policy and process
  5. Planning for the future
20/10/2020
20/10/2020
Europe/London
No
Zoom
ENDED
Young Londoners' Fund - Trauma informed practice training series: Therapeutic Skills And Creative Ways of Working
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Trauma informed practice training series-Partnership for Young London 2020-2021

Partnership for Young London is working in collaboration with Nicola Lester Psychological Trauma Consultancy to deliver a series of webinars on trauma awareness, trauma informed practice, developing therapeutic skills for practice and developing trauma informed organisations. Each session is 1.5 hours and will be delivered online, presentation time is approximately 1-hour with time for discussion and questions in the remaining 30 minutes. Attendees will receive a copy of the presentation, handouts and a certificate of attendance upon completion of the session.

For those participants wishing to attend more than one workshop, it is recommended that participants attend the workshops in order to build on and consolidate their knowledge.


Tuesday 6th October 11am-12:30

Session 3: Therapeutic Skills And Creative Ways of Working

  1. Key skills for therapeutic practice
  2. Working with loss and bereavement
  3. Working with acute distress
  4. Creative ways of working
  5. Reflecting on practice

06/10/2020
06/10/2020
Europe/London
No
Zoom
ENDED
Young Londoners' Fund - Trauma informed practice training series: Developing Trauma Informed Practice
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Trauma informed practice training series-Partnership for Young London 2020-2021

Partnership for Young London is working in collaboration with Nicola Lester Psychological Trauma Consultancy to deliver a series of webinars on trauma awareness, trauma informed practice, developing therapeutic skills for practice and developing trauma informed organisations. Each session is 1.5 hours and will be delivered online, presentation time is approximately 1-hour with time for discussion and questions in the remaining 30 minutes. Attendees will receive a copy of the presentation, handouts and a certificate of attendance upon completion of the session.

For those participants wishing to attend more than one workshop, it is recommended that participants attend the workshops in order to build on and consolidate their knowledge.


Tuesday 22nd September 11am-12:30pm


Session 2: Developing Trauma Informed Practice

  1. Developing trauma informed practice: key concepts and context
  2. Integrating a trauma informed approach to practice
  3. Using the SENSE model to structure trauma informed care
  4. Introduction to trauma informed reflective practice
  5. Understanding vicarious trauma and compassion fatigue


22/09/2020
22/09/2020
Europe/London
No
Zoom
ENDED
Young Londoners' Fund - Trauma informed practice training series: Introduction to Trauma
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Trauma informed practice training series-Partnership for Young London 2020-2021

Partnership for Young London is working in collaboration with Nicola Lester Psychological Trauma Consultancy to deliver a series of webinars on trauma awareness, trauma informed practice, developing therapeutic skills for practice and developing trauma informed organisations. Each session is 1.5 hours and will be delivered online, presentation time is approximately 1-hour with time for discussion and questions in the remaining 30 minutes. Attendees will receive a copy of the presentation, handouts and a certificate of attendance upon completion of the session.

For those participants wishing to attend more than one workshop, it is recommended that participants attend the workshops in order to build on and consolidate their knowledge.


Tuesday 8th September, 11am-12:30pm

Session 1:  INTRODUCTION TO TRAUMA

  1. Introduction to psychological trauma
  2. Understanding adverse childhood experiences (ACEs)
  3. The impact of trauma and the possibility pf      post-traumatic growth
  4. Making SENSE of psychological trauma
  5. Self-care and psychological resilience
08/09/2020
08/09/2020
Europe/London
No
Zoom
ENDED
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26/11/2021
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Guildhall, Basinghall Street, London EC2V 7HH, UK
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30/07/2020
30/07/2020
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Guildhall, Basinghall Street, London EC2V 7HH, UK
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Open Access Youth Services a research review by Dr Phoebe Hill
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This session will give an overview of relevant research linked to open access youth services and aims to profile analysis that can be used by youth sector groups.

This session will give an overview of relevant research linked to open access youth services and aims to profile analysis that can be used by youth sector groups. The session will be hosted on the 14th July from 2-4pm with Dr Phoebe Hill and Dr Tania De St Croix from Kings College University, where they will share the paper and assess what other support the youth sector needs as we move forward.

14/07/2020
14/07/2020
Europe/London
No
Zoom
ENDED
Practice Sharing session - working on-line with children and young people
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This session will respond to the needs of individuals/organisations during these changing times in regards to working on-line with children and young people. The session will be facilitated with the main purpose being for the participants to learn from each other and their experiences so far.   Aim: For participants to share learning with regards to working on-line with children and young people   Objectives:   1) Participants will share their success stories, and their struggles 2) Participants will explore how they can enhance their practice further 3) Participants will start to develop networks with practitioners delivering similar work areas in regards to further exchange of learning

28/07/2020
28/07/2020
Europe/London
No
Zoom
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Practice Sharing session - working on-line with children and young people
practice-sharing-session-working-on-line-with-children-and-young-people

This session will respond to the needs of individuals/organisations during these changing times in regards to working on-line with children and young people. The session will be facilitated with the main purpose being for the participants to learn from each other and their experiences so far.   


Aim: For participants to share learning with regards to working on-line with children and young people   


Objectives:   1) Participants will share their success stories, and their struggles 2) Participants will explore how they can enhance their practice further 3) Participants will start to develop networks with practitioners delivering similar work areas in regards to further exchange of learning

15/07/2020
15/07/2020
Europe/London
No
Zoom
ENDED
Young Londoners' Fund - Working with Children and Young People online
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Working with Children and Young People online

The session is designed to support front line workers to engage with young people on line, for both group work and one to one work. The session will not cover the technical aspects of this or on-line platforms.

07/07/2020
07/07/2020
Europe/London
No
Zoom
ENDED
Young Londoners' Fund -Trauma informed practice training series: Developing Trauma Informed Organisations
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Partnership for Young London is working in collaboration with Nicola Lester Psychological Trauma Consultancy to deliver a series of webinars on trauma awareness, trauma informed practice, developing therapeutic skills for practice and developing trauma informed organisations.

Trauma informed practice training series


Partnership for Young London is working in collaboration with Nicola Lester Psychological Trauma Consultancy to deliver a series of webinars on trauma awareness, trauma informed practice, developing therapeutic skills for practice and developing trauma informed organisations. Each session is 1.5 hours and will be delivered online, presentation time is approximately 1-hour with time for discussion and questions in the remaining 30 minutes. Attendees will receive a copy of the presentation, handouts and a certificate of attendance upon completion of the session.

For those participants wishing to attend more than one workshop, it is recommended that participants attend the workshops in order to build on and consolidate their knowledge.

Session 4 20th July 11am -12:30pm


Session 4: DEVELOPING TRAUMA INFORMED ORGANISATIONS

  1. Trauma informed organisations: key concepts
  2. Supporting colleagues: implementing trauma informed  reflective practice
  3. Developing trauma informed reflective practice: the role of a facilitator
  4. Developing trauma informed policy and process
  5. Planning for the future
20/07/2020
20/07/2020
Europe/London
No
Zoom
ENDED
Young Londoners' Fund - Trauma informed practice training series: Therapeutic Skills And Creative Ways of Working
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Partnership for Young London is working in collaboration with Nicola Lester Psychological Trauma Consultancy to deliver a series of webinars on trauma awareness, trauma informed practice, developing therapeutic skills for practice and developing trauma informed organisations.

Trauma informed practice training series


Partnership for Young London is working in collaboration with Nicola Lester Psychological Trauma Consultancy to deliver a series of webinars on trauma awareness, trauma informed practice, developing therapeutic skills for practice and developing trauma informed organisations. Each session is 1.5 hours and will be delivered online, presentation time is approximately 1-hour with time for discussion and questions in the remaining 30 minutes. Attendees will receive a copy of the presentation, handouts and a certificate of attendance upon completion of the session.

For those participants wishing to attend more than one workshop, it is recommended that participants attend the workshops in order to build on and consolidate their knowledge.


Session 3, Monday 13th July, 11am -12:30pm.


Session 3: THERAPEUTIC SKILLS AND CREATIVE WAYS OF WORKING

  1. Key skills for therapeutic practice
  2. Working with loss and bereavement
  3. Working with acute distress
  4. Creative ways of working
  5. Reflecting on practice
13/07/2020
13/07/2020
Europe/London
No
Zoom
ENDED
Young Londoners' Fund - Trauma informed practice training series: Developing trauma informed practice
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Trauma informed practice training series


Partnership for Young London is working in collaboration with Nicola Lester Psychological Trauma Consultancy to deliver a series of webinars on trauma awareness, trauma informed practice, developing therapeutic skills for practice and developing trauma informed organisations. Each session is 1.5 hours and will be delivered online, presentation time is approximately 1-hour with time for discussion and questions in the remaining 30 minutes. Attendees will receive a copy of the presentation, handouts and a certificate of attendance upon completion of the session.

For those participants wishing to attend more than one workshop, it is recommended that participants attend the workshops in order to build on and consolidate their knowledge.


Session 2  Wednesday 8 July, 11-12:30pm.


Session 2: DEVELOPING TRAUMA INFORMED PRACTICE

  1. Developing trauma informed practice: key concepts and context.
  2. Integrating a trauma informed approach to practice.
  3. Using the SENSE model to structure trauma informed care.
  4. Introduction to trauma informed reflective practice.
  5. Understanding vicarious trauma and compassion fatigue.
08/07/2020
08/07/2020
Europe/London
No
Zoom
ENDED
Young Londoners' Fund - Trauma informed practice training series: Introduction to Trauma
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Trauma informed practice training series-Partnership for Young London 2020-2021

Partnership for Young London is working in collaboration with Nicola Lester Psychological Trauma Consultancy to deliver a series of webinars on trauma awareness, trauma informed practice, developing therapeutic skills for practice and developing trauma informed organisations. Each session is 1.5 hours and will be delivered online, presentation time is approximately 1-hour with time for discussion and questions in the remaining 30 minutes. Attendees will receive a copy of the presentation, handouts and a certificate of attendance upon completion of the session.

For those participants wishing to attend more than one workshop, it is recommended that participants attend the workshops in order to build on and consolidate their knowledge.


Session 1: Introduction to Trauma

  1. Introduction to psychological trauma
  2. Understanding adverse childhood experiences (ACEs)
  3. The impact of trauma and the possibility of post-traumatic growth
  4. Making SENSE of psychological trauma
  5. Self-care and psychological resilience
01/07/2020
01/07/2020
Europe/London
No
Zoom
ENDED
Current Event Order Form Template (1)
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02/07/2020
02/07/2020
Europe/London
No
Guildhall, Basinghall Street, London EC2V 7HH, UK
51.5157801
-0.0910618999999997
CANCELED
Detached Youth Work - session 3
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The Federation for Detached Youth Work is pleased to be working with Partnership for Young London to deliver 3 training workshops around Detached, Outreach, Mobile and Streetbased youth work.

The Federation for Detached Youth Work is pleased to be working with Partnership for Young London to deliver 3 training workshops around Detached, Outreach, Mobile and Streetbased youth work.


These workshops aim to increase participants understanding of this model of youth work that is especially relevant in a time of Covid and easing of lockdown.


We will share good practice examples and some guidance on how to plan for the easing of lockdown – with a focus on working in London – and how to re-engage professional relationships with young people and communities you work in.

10/07/2020
10/07/2020
Europe/London
No
Zoom
ENDED
Detached Youth Work - session 2
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The Federation for Detached Youth Work is pleased to be working with Partnership for Young London to deliver 3 training workshops around Detached, Outreach, Mobile and Streetbased youth work.

The Federation for Detached Youth Work is pleased to be working with Partnership for Young London to deliver 3 training workshops around Detached, Outreach, Mobile and Streetbased youth work.


These workshops aim to increase participants understanding of this model of youth work that is especially relevant in a time of Covid and easing of lockdown.


We will share good practice examples and some guidance on how to plan for the easing of lockdown – with a focus on working in London – and how to re-engage professional relationships with young people and communities you work in.

03/07/2020
03/07/2020
Europe/London
No
Zoom
ENDED
Detached Youth Work
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The Federation for Detached Youth Work is pleased to be working with Partnership for Young London to deliver 3 training workshops around Detached, Outreach, Mobile and Streetbased youth work.

The Federation for Detached Youth Work is pleased to be working with Partnership for Young London to deliver 3 training workshops around Detached, Outreach, Mobile and Streetbased youth work.


These workshops aim to increase participants understanding of this model of youth work that is especially relevant in a time of Covid and easing of lockdown.


We will share good practice examples and some guidance on how to plan for the easing of lockdown – with a focus on working in London – and how to re-engage professional relationships with young people and communities you work in.

26/06/2020
26/06/2020
Europe/London
No
Zoom
ENDED
Young People and Identities
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This session will look at the research behind young people’s identifies, share regional perspectives on the work being developed in each region in partnership with young people and explore the youth sector response.

As part of a National Community Lotteries project, Partnership for Young London, Youth Focus North East and Youth Focus North West would like to invite you to a session looking at Young People’s Identities. This session will look at the research behind young people’s identifies, share regional perspectives on the work being developed in each region in partnership with young people and explore the youth sector response. We are working with the University of Liverpool on this work and below is a snap shot of the narrative collated by Tom Loughran


‘The current generation of young people in the UK represent an increasingly diverse group comprising a wider range of intersecting identities than ever before.  Significant political events such as Covid-19, Black Lives Matter, Brexit, austerity and devolution (both regional and national) have arguably contributed to making young people’s identities an increasingly relevant, sensitive and politically contentious issue’


The session will explore the research, share regional practice and create a space for regional collaboration and learning.

29/06/2020
29/06/2020
Europe/London
No
Zoom
ENDED
TikTok and Youth Work
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Join us for a seminar with TikTok on how the youth sector can use TikTok as part of their youth work practice.

 

Join us for a seminar with TikTok on how the youth sector can use TikTok as part of their youth work practice. This session will cover the following:

  • Introduction to TikTok (what it is, who uses it and what they use it for) 
  • Safety (how to use our safety tools)  
  • Using TikTok to collaborate with young people including case studies
  • Using TikTok to talk to young people including case studies
19/06/2020
19/06/2020
Europe/London
No
Zoom
ENDED
Young Londoner's Fund - Safeguarding young people during the pandemic Covid -19
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A structured review of managing safeguarding during a pandemic.

*Time has changed to 11am - 3.15pm.*


A structured review of managing safeguarding during a pandemic:  


Sharing and learning - what have we done well and not so well  

Moving forward - What do we need to consider moving forward; what is the shape of things to come?  

This will provide a wider over view of safeguarding and will be structured with sub headings, slides and resources to follow up on afterwards.


Followed by a choice of thematic workshops:  

Workshops - 45 mins long (two rotations each person)  

• Safer recruitment practice and supervision - a look at volunteer surging; DBS; recruitment and, supervision  

• Young people at risk of harm during the pandemic - exploring  

• Reassessing your organisations' risks and updating policies & procedures


Click here to download the outline for the session.

22/06/2020
22/06/2020
Europe/London
No
Zoom
ENDED
Young Londoners' Fund - The Inner Conflict
young-londoners-fund-the-inner-conflict
With the recent emergence and return of violent incidents and the recent government guidance around keeping young people safe online during the lockdown how can parents, practitioners and organisation continue to safeguard & mitigate against the potential bottleneck of youth violence and conflict

With the recent emergence and return of violent incidents and the recent government guidance around keeping young  people safe online during the lockdown how can parents, practitioners and organisation continue to safeguard & mitigate against the potential bottleneck of youth violence and conflict

18/06/2020
18/06/2020
Europe/London
No
Zoom
ENDED
Young Londoners' Fund - Working with Children and Young People on-line
young-londoners-fund-working-with-children-and-young-people-on-line
The session is designed to support front line workers to engage with young people on line, for both group work and one to one work. The session will not cover the technical aspects of this or on-line platforms.

The session is designed to support front line workers to engage with young people on line, for both group work and one to one work. The session will not cover the technical aspects of this or on-line platforms. There is an assumption that participants will have an understanding of at the least basic safeguarding process and procedures.


Aim:

· For participants to have an overview and feel safe and confident in working with children and young people on-line.

Objective

· Participants will explore procedures and guidance which will enable them to work safely on-line with children and young people 

· Participants will feel more confident when dealing with child protection disclosures and concerns that may arise when working with children and young people on-line

· Staff will understand the process and procedures that they need to apply when working on line with children and young people


We will consider:

•             How we present ourselves as professionals when working on line, and how we create a professional environment.

•             Age and ability. 

•             Dealing with concerns about a child’s immediate environment whilst conducting sessions.

•             Issues that may occur with children and young people when working as a group on-line.

•             How we deal with any safeguarding or other concerns.

•             Methods that can be used their strengths and pitfalls.

•             What policies apply when working on-line with children and young people.


At the session participants will also be given a list of on-line links they can explore as professionals working on-line with children and young people.

17/06/2020
17/06/2020
Europe/London
No
Zoom
ENDED
Young Londoners' Fund - Young Brent Foundation: Detached & Outreach (COVID-19)
young-londoners-fund-young-brent-foundation-detached-outreach-covid-19
Young Brent Foundation will lead on a exploration of Detached and Outreach.

 We aim to explore how as a sector, we remain positive for children and young people (CYP) by NOT focusing on the issues (COVID-19) but what drove CYP to behave or manage their emotional capabilities in a way that could be deemed negative (Social Distancing / DA or well-being)

24/06/2020
24/06/2020
Europe/London
No
Zoom
ENDED
Young Londoners' Fund - Detached Youth Work Croydon
young-londoners-fund-detached-youth-work-croydon
The Federation for Detached Youth Work would like to offer some practical examples and potential planning opportunities for the easing of lockdown and how to maximise your ability to work with young people in a detached and outreach model of youth work.

 The Federation for Detached Youth Work would like to offer some practical examples and potential planning opportunities for the easing of lockdown and how to maximise your ability to work with young people in a detached and outreach model of youth work. 

05/06/2020
05/06/2020
Europe/London
No
Zoom
ENDED
Young Londoner's Fund - Working with traumatic bereavement during COVID-19- CHECK IN
young-londoners-fund-working-with-traumatic-bereavement-during-covid-19-check-in
Working with traumatic bereavement during COVID-19- CHECK IN

 This session is for participants of the Working with traumatic bereavement during COVID-19. This is an Informal support group designed to discuss some of the themes and for people to share experiences/ resources, get support and ask questions to Nicola and the group.


For more information please contact Zoe Nation - zoe.nation@cityoflondon.gov.uk

09/06/2020
09/06/2020
Europe/London
No
Zoom
ENDED
Young Londoner's Fund - Making SENSE of COVID-19
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Making SENSE of COVID-19: Trauma informed engagement

Topics covered include:  

1. Understanding the impact of COVID-19: A trauma perspective  

2. Using the ‘SENSE’ model to structure interventions  

3. Working with children and families-priorities and objectives  

4. Trauma informed approaches to engagement  5. Working with traumatic bereavement during COVID-19  6. Strategies for self-care-understanding vicarious trauma  


For more information please contact Zoe Nation - zoe.nation@cityoflondon.gov.uk

15/06/2020
15/06/2020
Europe/London
No
Zoom
ENDED
Detached Outreach Youth Work Perspectives
detached-outreach-youth-work-perspectives

This is a joint seminar with the Federation for Detached Youth Work, and the GLA. This event will focus on the best practice guidance around detached work, a funders response to detached work from Erik Mesel at John Lyons and case studies of groups undertaking this approach across London as part of their Covid 19 response. 


This seminar will be followed up by a series of training sessions by the Federation of Detached Youth Work. These dates will be circulated shortly. 


29/05/2020
29/05/2020
Europe/London
No
Zoom
ENDED
Young Londoner's Fund - Working with traumatic bereavement during COVID-19
young-londoners-fund-working-with-traumatic-bereavement-during-covid-19
This session will focus on engaging with children, young people and their families around loss and bereavement during the COVID-19 pandemic. The current crisis has significantly impacted on how we memorialise, pay tribute to and remember those who have died.

  

This session will focus on engaging with children, young people and their families around loss and bereavement during the COVID-19 pandemic. The current crisis has significantly impacted on how we memorialise, pay tribute to and remember those who have died and the training will concentrate on the following:

  • Understanding traumatic bereavement and loss
  • Understanding the impact of COVID-19 on experiences of loss
  • Trauma informed practice accounting for culture and context
  • Working with children and young people
  • Working with families
  • Creative ideas for therapeutic engagement
  • Planning for post COVID-19: memorialisation and remembering
  • Early intervention and support
  • Strategies for self-care
04/06/2020
04/06/2020
Europe/London
No
Zoom
ENDED
Young Londoner's Fund - Making SENSE of COVID-19
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Making SENSE of COVID-19: Trauma informed engagement

Making SENSE of COVID-19: Trauma informed engagement



This event will be taking place via Zoom on the 18th May, 11am-12:15pm   

 

Topics covered include:  

1. Understanding the impact of COVID-19: A trauma perspective  

2. Using the ‘SENSE’ model to structure interventions  

3. Working with children and families-priorities and objectives  

4. Trauma informed approaches to engagement 

5. Working with traumatic bereavement during COVID-19  

6. Strategies for self-care-understanding vicarious trauma


For more information please contact Zoe Nation - zoe.nation@cityoflondon.gov.uk




18/05/2020
18/05/2020
Europe/London
No
Zoom
ENDED
Entrepreneurship Insight Event (1)
entrepreneurship-insight-event-1-1
Join a wider network of like-minded entrepreneurial young people. Learn from those who have "been there and done that".

 Are you a young person who is interested in being an entrepreneur / social entrepreneur, or simply want to find out more about entrepreneurship?


We're excited to invite you to the first insight event in collaboration with the Guild of Entrepreneurs via Zoom on the 5th May at 1pm. This event will include a panel speaking about their individual journeys, overcoming crisis and business opportunities and their plans after COVID-19. Then there will be a Q&A section to ask business-related questions directly to the panel. Every participant will receive a worksheet to develop their ideas - there will be a  follow-up session on 12th May at 1pm, for you to pitch your ideas to a panel of entrepreneurs and receive valuable feedback. There is also the possibility of mentorship, to further aid your development!


Our headline speakers are entrepreneurs David Barker, FRSA, Christine Nicholson, Johnny Manning and James Talbot, MBA. 

The Q&A and panel will be hosted by young social entrepreneur and creator of Behind Home and Dilemma Talks, David Adesanya.



David Barker

- One of the UK’s first internet entrepreneurs in 1994.

- Worked with global corporations e.g Intel, Microsoft and Cisco to drive the globalisation of the internet. 

- Exited his Internet company in 2004 to become a social entrepreneur, innovating new solutions to problems in society.

- Works in the ward of Farringdon Within t with his company Techcentre -The Social Innovation Agency.  

- Volunteered with different charities in London including projects with young people in street gangs, families living in work poverty and with homeless people seeking refuge in soup kitchens.


Christine Nicholson

- 25 years working hands-on with small and medium size businesses. Learning and teaching what it takes to successfully start, grow and sell or handover businesses.

- Christine is a Chartered Management Accountant with a law degree, a post-graduate degree in Information Systems Management, and a Professionally Accredited Business Mentor.

- Financial consultant at Succession Plus, a specialist Business Succession and Exit planning consulting firm.

- Director of Customer Happiness at Divine Legs Limited.


Johnny Manning

- Founder of Manning’s Tutors LTD

- 10 years experience delivering in-school tuition schemes, providing full education services for excluded pupils as well as readers, scribes and examiners for school exams.

- Johnny has a BSc in Mathematics 

- Experienced recruiting, customer service, management and teaching.   


James Talbot

- James has an MBA, is a fellow of the Chartered Institute of Securities & Investment and has several advanced coaching diplomas for life and business coaching.  

- First Director of Development for the International Coaching Federation in the UK and a founder member of the Association of Coaching. 

- Business and executive coach working with business owners, boards and financial services professionals. 

-Thirty years in business at the cutting edge of management and technology with specific expertise in financial services/FinTech and light engineering.



Dates:

5th May               1 - 2.15 pm          An entrepreneurship insight to starting your own business

12th May             1 - 2.15 pm          Following on; Pitch your idea to an Entrepreneur  



The Zoom link will be sent on the day to everyone who registers.

If you have any questions please don't hesitate to email Naomi  

20/05/2020
20/05/2020
Europe/London
No
Zoom
CANCELED
Young Londoner's Fund - Working with children and young people online
young-londoners-fund-working-with-children-and-young-people-online
Participants will explore ways in which they can work safely on-line with children and young people.

Working with children and young people online

  • Participants will explore ways in which they can work safely on-line with children and young people
  •  Participants will feel more confident when dealing with child protection disclosures and concerns that may arise when working with children and young people on-line 
  • Staff will understand the process and procedures that they need to apply when working online with children and young people
26/05/2020
26/05/2020
Europe/London
No
Zoom
ENDED
Young Londoner's Fund - Hackney CVS Trauma Awareness Series 2
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The VCS frontline staff play a key role to support service users during the current health crisis. Hackney CVS and Partnership for Young London are supporting the children’s sector workforce to improve their understanding of how to protect staff and support service users at this challenging time.

 The VCS frontline staff play a key role to support service users during the current health crisis. Hackney CVS and PYL are supporting the children’s sector workforce to improve their understanding of how to protect staff and support service users at this challenging time. 


We are holding a Zoom Trauma Awareness Training on Tuesday 19th May 2020 at 11:30am.


For more information contact Kristine or Jahada on 0207 9231962  or email kristine@hcvs.org.uk / jahada@hcvs.org.uk


Register for this event here.

19/05/2020
19/05/2020
Europe/London
No
Zoom
ENDED
Young Londoner's Fund - Hackney CVS Trauma Awareness Series 1
young-londoners-fund-hackney-cvs-trauma-awareness-series-1
The VCS frontline staff play a key role to support service users during the current health crisis. Hackney CVS and Partnership for Young London are supporting the children’s sector workforce to improve their understanding of how to protect staff and support service users at this challenging time.

This Zoom Trauma Awareness training will provide an overview on trauma informed practice and how to best support those experiencing COVID-19 related loss and bereavement. Self-care for staff working this area will also be covered.

Topics to be covered in this session include:

1. Understanding the impact of COVID-19: A trauma perspective 2. Using the SENSE model to structure interventions 3. Working with children and families-priorities and objectives 4. Trauma informed approaches to engagement 5. Working with traumatic bereavement during COVID-19 6. Strategies for self-care-understanding vicarious trauma

Attendees will also have the opportunity to raise any areas they feel they require further training on which will inform the next session. 


For more information contact Kristine or Jahada on 020 7923 1962  or email: Kristine Wellington kristine@hcvs.org.uk or Jahada Abdul jahada@hcvs.org.uk


Register for this event here.

14/05/2020
14/05/2020
Europe/London
No
Zoom
ENDED
Women’s Leadership series: Dealing with Uncertainty
womens-leadership-series-dealing-with-uncertainty

We are running a series of sessions for women over the next six months. Each session will have a different focus.


Dealing with uncertainty – Women and Leadership 


Wednesday 20 May from 4.30 to 6pm 

  • Sarah Willis Metropolitan Housing Group 
  • Sharon Long Partnership for Young London 
  • Sandra Vacciana Partnership for Young London 

Future sessions will look at: 

  • Young Women’s Perspectives on Leadership 
  • Leadership and storytelling 
  • Invisible women and data 
20/05/2020
20/05/2020
Europe/London
No
Zoom
ENDED
Undertaking Local Research with and for Young People
undertaking-local-research-with-and-for-young-people
This session will look at the learning from the work completed through a number of the Young People’s Foundations and it will aim to both share practice and also profile an opportunity for groups to apply for funding (up to 5K) to develop their own local research.

This session will look at the learning from the work completed through a number of the Young People’s Foundations and it will aim to both share practice and also profile an opportunity for groups to apply for funding (up to 5K) to develop their own local research. This session will offer the chance to review the work completed by 3 Young People’s Foundations, including: 

  1. Hammersmith and Fulham – Young People’s Research which is currently underway
  2. Harrow Needs Analysis 
  3. Young Westminster Foundation – A City within a City 

The session will cover: 

  • how undertaking local research has changed the focus of their work 
  • assessing the methods used and learning from the approach, specifically young people’s engagement in      the design and delivery  
  • consider how local areas can take a more research informed approach
  • resourcing research and costing your approach

Pilot Funding 

As part of the work happening under the remit of the Cornerstone Fund, each year there is the opportunity for groups to apply to a local offer of support to fund a research informed approach. Participants attending this session can  then submit a proposal for up to 8k to develop their own micro projects. Within this we would be encouraging them to identify the following: 

  • The research area that they would like to explore
  • The partners engaged to date 
  • How young people will be involved in the design and delivery of the research
  • How research partners will be engaged to help shape the work 
  • What support you need to develop the idea 

This will be assessed by the research network which has been set up by the Cornerstone Fund. 

19/05/2020
19/05/2020
Europe/London
No
Zoom
ENDED
Webinar: Evaluation tools for peer research
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This is Part 2 of our online webinars around participatory approaches. We asked participants via a poll what they would like these webinars to be about, and the top result was on evaluation tools for participatory research.  This webinar will look at how you would go about evaluating a participatory research piece, with activities to co-produce evaluations with those involved. This short webinar will only run for around 45 minutes with a Q&A, and will cover three key sections:

  1. What are some of the expected changes for young people involved?
  2. What evaluation tools and methods work well for participatory research?
  3. Evaluating in a participatory research context 

We will send joining instructions via Zoom two hours before the event.    

30/04/2020
30/04/2020
Europe/London
No
Zoom webinar
ENDED
to delete Webinar: Evaluation tools for peer research
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This is Part 2 of our online webinars around participatory approaches. We asked participants via a poll what they would like these webinars to be about, and the top result was on evaluation tools for participatory research. 


This webinar will look at how you would go about evaluating a participatory research piece, with activities to co-produce evaluations with those involved. This short webinar will only run for around 45 minutes with a Q&A, and will cover three key sections:

  1. What are some of the expected changes for young people involved?
  2. What evaluation tools and methods work well for participatory research?
  3. Evaluating in a participatory research context 

We will send joining instructions via Zoom two hours before the event.   

30/04/2020
30/04/2020
Europe/London
No
Zoom webinar
CANCELED
Exploring Work with Young People Through the Lens of Intersectionality
exploring-work-with-young-people-through-the-lens-of-intersectionality

This is the moment to reframe how we address the imbalance of power and access to resources and services for young people. Join us for this exploratory talk on how we can apply the basic principles of intersectionality to our work to become more effective in addressing young people’s complex needs. 


Zoom link will be sent out nearer the time, for more information contact Sandra.Vacciana@cityoflondon.gov.uk 

24/04/2020
24/04/2020
Europe/London
No
Zoom
ENDED
Entrepreneurship Insight Event
entrepreneurship-insight-event-1
Join a wider network of like-minded entrepreneurial young people. Learn from those who have "been there and done that".

 Are you a young person who is interested in being an entrepreneur / social entrepreneur, or simply want to find out more about entrepreneurship?


We're excited to invite you to the first insight event in collaboration with the Guild of Entrepreneurs via Zoom on the 5th May at 1pm. This event will include a panel speaking about their individual journeys, overcoming crisis and business opportunities and their plans after COVID-19. Then there will be a Q&A section to ask business-related questions directly to the panel. Every participant will receive a worksheet to develop their ideas - there will be a  follow-up session on 12th May at 1pm, for you to pitch your ideas to a panel of entrepreneurs and receive valuable feedback. There is also the possibility of mentorship, to further aid your development!


Our headline speakers are entrepreneurs David Barker, FRSA, Christine Nicholson, Johnny Manning and James Talbot, MBA. 

The Q&A and panel will be hosted by young social entrepreneur and creator of Behind Home and Dilemma Talks, David Adesanya.



David Barker

- One of the UK’s first internet entrepreneurs in 1994.

- Worked with global corporations e.g Intel, Microsoft and Cisco to drive the globalisation of the internet. 

- Exited his Internet company in 2004 to become a social entrepreneur, innovating new solutions to problems in society.

- Works in the ward of Farringdon Within t with his company Techcentre -The Social Innovation Agency.  

- Volunteered with different charities in London including projects with young people in street gangs, families living in work poverty and with homeless people seeking refuge in soup kitchens.


Christine Nicholson

- 25 years working hands-on with small and medium size businesses. Learning and teaching what it takes to successfully start, grow and sell or handover businesses.

- Christine is a Chartered Management Accountant with a law degree, a post-graduate degree in Information Systems Management, and a Professionally Accredited Business Mentor.

- Financial consultant at Succession Plus, a specialist Business Succession and Exit planning consulting firm.

- Director of Customer Happiness at Divine Legs Limited.


Johnny Manning

- Founder of Manning’s Tutors LTD

- 10 years experience delivering in-school tuition schemes, providing full education services for excluded pupils as well as readers, scribes and examiners for school exams.

- Johnny has a BSc in Mathematics 

- Experienced recruiting, customer service, management and teaching.   


James Talbot

- James has an MBA, is a fellow of the Chartered Institute of Securities & Investment and has several advanced coaching diplomas for life and business coaching.  

- First Director of Development for the International Coaching Federation in the UK and a founder member of the Association of Coaching. 

- Business and executive coach working with business owners, boards and financial services professionals. 

-Thirty years in business at the cutting edge of management and technology with specific expertise in financial services/FinTech and light engineering.



Dates:

5th May               1 - 2.15 pm          An entrepreneurship insight to starting your own business

12th May             1 - 2.15 pm          Following on; Pitch your idea to an Entrepreneur  



The Zoom link will be sent on the day to everyone who registers.

If you have any questions please don't hesitate to email Naomi  

06/05/2020
06/05/2020
Europe/London
No
Zoom
ENDED
Exploring the Impact of COVID-19 on Young People, through the Lens of Intersectionality
exploring-the-impact-of-covid-19-on-young-people-through-the-lens-of-intersectionality
Join us for this exploratory talk on why we should apply the basic principles of intersectionality to our work, to become more effective in addressing young people’s complex needs.

 COVID-19 has brought to the surface many underlying issues of structural inequality. This is the moment to reframe how we address the imbalance of power and access to resources and services for some young people. Join us for this exploratory talk on why we should apply the basic principles of intersectionality to our work, to  become more effective in addressing young people’s complex needs. Please use this link to register.

17/04/2020
17/04/2020
Europe/London
No
Zoom (Link to go out nearer the time)
CANCELED
Webinar: Introduction to Participatory Approaches with Young People
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 This 45-minute webinar looks at participatory approaches with young people, with a particular focus on peer research. This will be conducted on Zoom, on Thursday 16th at 2pm to 2.45pm, joining details below. It will cover:

  • Overview on the various ways that young people can participate in research, decision-making, funding decisions, and programme design.
  • What some good standards of practice look like, and what are some of the challenges in involving them in this way.
  • Practicalities; number of staff, training sessions, budgets.
  • We will leave the webinar open at the end for a Q&A. 

This is the first webinar we are conducting around participatory approaches, adapting it for the 45-minute format. We have training that we provide on a range of aspects of participatory approaches, but if there is something that you want to see please contact. matthew.walsham@cityoflondon.gov.uk  Please sign on here, where you will be sent joining instructions. 

16/04/2020
16/04/2020
Europe/London
No
Zoom
ENDED
Current Event Order Form Template
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31/12/2021
31/12/2021
Europe/London
No
Guildhall, Basinghall Street, London EC2V 7HH, UK
51.5157801
-0.0910618999999997
CANCELED
delete Webinar: Introduction to Participatory Approaches with Young People
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  This 45-minute webinar looks at participatory approaches with young people, with a particular focus on peer research. This will be conducted on Zoom, on Thursday 16th at 2pm to 2.45pm, joining details below. It will cover:

  • Overview on the various ways that young people can participate in research, decision-making, funding decisions, and programme design.
  • What some good standards of practice look like, and what are some of the challenges in involving them in this way.
  • Practicalities; number of staff, training sessions, budgets.
  • We will leave the webinar open at the end for a Q&A. 

This is the first webinar we are conducting around participatory approaches, adapting it for the 45-minute format. We have training that we provide on a range of aspects of participatory approaches, but if there is something that you want to see please contact. matthew.walsham@cityoflondon.gov.uk  Please sign on here, where you will be sent joining instructions.

16/04/2020
16/04/2020
Europe/London
No
Zoom webinar
CANCELED
Peer Research Roundtable
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Thank you for those who attended March’s Peer Research roundtable. We have compiled the feedback, and the next roundtable will be held on the 5th of June 2020 at 3.30pm to 4.30pm.  

Provisionally we will be hosting it as a roundtable at Guildhall, but given current circumstances, we are expecting to have this be a webinar for people to join into. We will send joining instructions closer to the time, as things develop.  

At the next peer research roundtable, we will be: 

  • Hear from an independent funder, Trust for London, and their perspective on funding participatory research. 
  • Launch the final version of the Peer Research Review, which will be updated with the suggestions from the previous roundtable. 

We will be monitoring the Covid-19 situation, and if the situation is still serious in June we will look to conduct a webinar, and provide those who are booked on joining instructions. To book on to the event, please click here. 

If you have any questions about this, or the project, please contact matthew.walsham@cityoflondon.gov.uk 

05/06/2020
05/06/2020
Europe/London
No
Zoom
ENDED
Manifesto for Young Londoners Morning Roundtable
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Manifesto for Young Londoners morning roundtable  


3rd of April, 9.00am to 11.30am, Rooms 1 and 2 


We are bringing people together for a morning roundtable to look at the previous submissions for the Manifesto for Young Londoners gathered in January, and the result of the morning meetings that took place in March. 

If you can’t make it in person, we will also be having people dial in to the morning meetings. If this is something that you want to do, please book on to the event and email Rianne.williams@cityoflondon.gov.uk to notify us.


Agenda

Introductions 9.00 – 9.10


Recapping January submission  9.10 – 9.20 


Recapping the recommendations and submissions were gathered on the subject in January, what some of the potential gaps are, and what came up strongly. 


Recapping the morning meetings 9.20 – 10.00


Recapping the result of the morning meetings in March, and the key priorities and recommendations that came out of those. 


The Manifesto and hustings 10.00 – 10.15

We will be providing information into the results of our youth outreach, and unveiling the campaigning assets and website that we will be using for the manifesto. There will also be details about the Mayoral hustings in April, and what we want to come out of it. 


Taking the Manifesto forward 10.15 – 11.15 

This will be an opportunity to think about how we will be building on and taking forward the Manifesto in the post-election period, and how we can influence the new Mayor, and work with the unveiled party manifesto of whoever wins the election. 


Next steps 11.15 – 11.30


We will provide dates for the next steps of this work, and think about who else we need to be engaging with going forward. 


Refreshments and pastries will be provided. 


For more information please email matthew.walsham@cityoflondon.gov.uk 

03/04/2020
03/04/2020
Europe/London
No
Room 1 and 2
Guildhall, Basinghall Street, London EC2V 7HH, UK
51.5157801
-0.0910618999999997
CANCELED
Manifesto for Young Londoners: Youth services
manifesto-for-young-londoners-youth-services

We are bringing people together for a morning meeting to look at the previous submissions for the Manifesto for Young Londoners gathered in January. This will feed into the wider roundtable that will bring people together in April.


Agenda


Introductions 9.00 – 9.10am


Recapping January submission  9.10 – 9.30am 

We will be recapping what recommendations and submissions were gathered on the subject in January, what some of the potential gaps are, and what came up strongly. 


What are the top five priorities? 9.30 – 10.00am

Thinking about what we have, and any recommendations you bring to the meeting, we will see if there are five key recommendations that we should be collectively pushing for. 


What are we missing? 10.00 – 10.20am

Once we have five key recommendations, we want to examine where else the gaps are, and who else we need to be involving in this process post-election. 


Next steps 10.20 – 10.30am

We will recap what the next steps are, such as the April 3rd roundtable, the website and branding of the Manifesto for Young Londoners, and the post-election phase of this work. 


Refreshments and pastries will be provided. 


For more information please email matthew.walsham@cityoflondon.gov.uk 

20/03/2020
20/03/2020
Europe/London
No
Room 12
Guildhall, Basinghall Street, London EC2V 7HH, UK
51.5157801
-0.0910618999999997
CANCELED
Manifesto for Young Londoners: Mental health
manifesto-for-young-londoners-mental-health

We are bringing people together for a morning meeting to look at the previous submissions for the Manifesto for Young Londoners gathered in January. This will feed into the wider roundtable that will bring people together in April.


Agenda


Introductions 9.00 – 9.10am


Recapping January submission  9.10 – 9.30am 

We will be recapping what recommendations and submissions were gathered on the subject in January, what some of the potential gaps are, and what came up strongly. 


What are the top five priorities? 9.30 – 10.00am

Thinking about what we have, and any recommendations you bring to the meeting, we will see if there are five key recommendations that we should be collectively pushing for. 


What are we missing? 10.00 – 10.20am

Once we have five key recommendations, we want to examine where else the gaps are, and who else we need to be involving in this process post-election. 


Next steps 10.20 – 10.30am

We will recap what the next steps are, such as the April 3rd roundtable, the website and branding of the Manifesto for Young Londoners, and the post-election phase of this work. 


Refreshments and pastries will be provided. 


For more information please email matthew.walsham@cityoflondon.gov.uk 

18/03/2020
18/03/2020
Europe/London
No
Room 11
Guildhall, Basinghall Street, London EC2V 7HH, UK
51.5157801
-0.0910618999999997
CANCELED
Manifesto for Young Londoners: Transitions to work
manifesto-for-young-londoners-transitions-to-work

We are bringing people together for a morning meeting to look at the previous submissions for the Manifesto for Young Londoners gathered in January. This will feed into the wider roundtable that will bring people together in April.


Agenda


Introductions 9.00 – 9.10am


Recapping January submission  9.10 – 9.30am 

We will be recapping what recommendations and submissions were gathered on the subject in January, what some of the potential gaps are, and what came up strongly. 


What are the top five priorities? 9.30 – 10.00am

Thinking about what we have, and any recommendations you bring to the meeting, we will see if there are five key recommendations that we should be collectively pushing for. 


What are we missing? 10.00 – 10.20am

Once we have five key recommendations, we want to examine where else the gaps are, and who else we need to be involving in this process post-election. 


Next steps 10.20 – 10.30am

We will recap what the next steps are, such as the April 3rd roundtable, the website and branding of the Manifesto for Young Londoners, and the post-election phase of this work. 


Refreshments and pastries will be provided. 


For more information please email matthew.walsham@cityoflondon.gov.uk 

17/03/2020
17/03/2020
Europe/London
No
Room 8
Guildhall, Basinghall Street, London EC2V 7HH, UK
51.5157801
-0.0910618999999997
CANCELED
Manifesto for Young Londoners: Political engagement and votes at 16
manifesto-for-young-londoners-political-engagement-and-votes-at-16

We are bringing people together for a morning meeting to look at the previous submissions for the Manifesto for Young Londoners gathered in January. This will feed into the wider roundtable that will bring people together in April.


Agenda


Introductions 9.00 – 9.10am


Recapping January submission  9.10 – 9.30am 

We will be recapping what recommendations and submissions were gathered on the subject in January, what some of the potential gaps are, and what came up strongly. 


What are the top five priorities? 9.30 – 10.00am

Thinking about what we have, and any recommendations you bring to the meeting, we will see if there are five key recommendations that we should be collectively pushing for. 


What are we missing? 10.00 – 10.20am

Once we have five key recommendations, we want to examine where else the gaps are, and who else we need to be involving in this process post-election. 


Next steps 10.20 – 10.30am

We will recap what the next steps are, such as the April 3rd roundtable, the website and branding of the Manifesto for Young Londoners, and the post-election phase of this work. 


Refreshments and pastries will be provided. 


For more information please email matthew.walsham@cityoflondon.gov.uk 

13/03/2020
13/03/2020
Europe/London
No
Room 7,
Guildhall, Basinghall Street, London EC2V 7HH, UK
51.5157801
-0.0910618999999997
ENDED
Manifesto for Young Londoners: Housing and homelessness
manifesto-for-young-londoners-housing-and-homelessness

We are bringing people together for a morning meeting to look at the previous submissions for the Manifesto for Young Londoners gathered in January. This will feed into the wider roundtable that will bring people together in April.


Agenda


Introductions 9.00 – 9.10am


Recapping January submission  9.10 – 9.30am 

We will be recapping what recommendations and submissions were gathered on the subject in January, what some of the potential gaps are, and what came up strongly. 


What are the top five priorities? 9.30 – 10.00am

Thinking about what we have, and any recommendations you bring to the meeting, we will see if there are five key recommendations that we should be collectively pushing for. 


What are we missing? 10.00 – 10.20am

Once we have five key recommendations, we want to examine where else the gaps are, and who else we need to be involving in this process post-election. 


Next steps 10.20 – 10.30am

We will recap what the next steps are, such as the April 3rd roundtable, the website and branding of the Manifesto for Young Londoners, and the post-election phase of this work. 


Refreshments and pastries will be provided. 


For more information please email matthew.walsham@cityoflondon.gov.uk 

11/03/2020
11/03/2020
Europe/London
No
Room 12
Guildhall, Basinghall Street, London EC2V 7HH, UK
51.5157801
-0.0910618999999997
ENDED
Women’s Leadership Sessions - Invisible Women, Yolande Burgess
womens-leadership-sessions-invisible-women-yolande-burgess

  We’ve had some feedback from a few people who have asked to come together as a group of women so have decided to set up a series of women’s leadership sessions for the youth sector over the coming months. The majority of the sessions will be 

held at 4-6pm at Guildhall, City of London, EC2V 7HH. 

13/07/2020
13/07/2020
Europe/London
No
Guildhall, Basinghall Street, London EC2V 7HH, UK
51.5157801
-0.0910618999999997
CANCELED
Women’s Leadership Sessions - Leadership and Story Telling by Jeanette Bain Burnett
womens-leadership-sessions-leadership-and-story-telling-by-jeanette-bain-burnett

  We’ve had some feedback from a few people who have asked to come together as a group of women so have decided to set up a series of women’s leadership sessions for the youth sector over the coming months. The majority of the sessions will be 

held at 4-6pm at Guildhall, City of London, EC2V 7HH. 


Upcoming Sessions:

30/06/2020
30/06/2020
Europe/London
No
Zoom
ENDED
Women’s Leadership Sessions - Systemic Leadership by Sarah Willis
womens-leadership-sessions-systemic-leadership-by-sarah-willis

  We’ve had some feedback from a few people who have asked to come together as a group of women so have decided to set up a series of women’s leadership sessions for the youth sector over the coming months. The majority of the sessions will be 

held at 4-6pm at Guildhall, City of London, EC2V 7HH. 


Upcoming sessions: 

30/04/2020
30/04/2020
Europe/London
No
Guildhall, Basinghall Street, London EC2V 7HH, UK
51.5157801
-0.0910618999999997
CANCELED
CICC Advisory Board Meeting
cicc-advisory-board-meeting
Many thanks for coming to the CiCC meeting at the EY foundation on Friday wasn’t it a great day!? I am busy putting together all the feedback and meni meter results to share please let me know if you would like me to share them with you.

 Many thanks for coming to the CiCC meeting at the EY foundation on Friday wasn’t it a great day!? I am busy putting together all the feedback and meni meter results to share please let me know if you would like me to share them with you.

I spoke about the Advisory Board and we have a date 6th April 2020 Guildhall North Wing Room 2. This is an opportunity to;

  • Organise the next CiCC meeting which will potentially be at the University College London (UCL) what workshops/ activities/ talks would you like to see?
  • Talk about a larger campaign we would like to do- suggestions have been TFL campaign for free transport for care leavers up to 24. Or setting a minimum standard for care leavers across housing, money and education.
  • Hear from others about what is working well in their borough
  • Discuss and training needs you have.

If there is anything you would like to add please let me know. 


For being an Advisory board member, we can offer travel reimbursement, £10 voucher and we will order hot food.


Please let me know when you can they you are able to make it and if you would like to add anything to the agenda.


We have an Advisory Board what’s app group if you would like me to add you or you have any questions please let me know.

23/04/2020
23/04/2020
Europe/London
No
North Wing
Guildhall, Basinghall Street, London EC2V 7HH, UK
51.5157801
-0.0910618999999997
ENDED
London Policy Network
london-policy-network-4
London Policy Network is Partnership for Young London’s regular policy and practice meeting to showcase good practice, disseminate ideas and hear about latest policy, initiatives and developments in the youth sector.

London Policy Network is Partnership for Young London’s regular policy and practice meeting to showcase good practice, disseminate ideas and hear about latest policy, initiatives and developments in the youth sector. Attendees are cross sector drawn from  range of organisations VCSE, LA’s, housing associations, central and regional government, public health.


 The next Policy Network meeting Friday 28th February 2020 at 2pm, at the Guildhall. Please let Rianne know if you can join us.

Draft Agenda

• Youth Policy Context and Local Youth Partnerships, Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport • Research on the Youth Offer, Mala Mistry, Local Government Association • London Mayoral Hustings, Matt Walsham and Kelsea Sellars, Partnership for Young London • Updates – All • Speakers Trust, Victoria Costello • Young Brent Foundation, Ghino Parker

If you have any suggestions for future meeting topics, please email Rianne.Williams@cityoflondon.gov.uk. 



28/02/2020
28/02/2020
Europe/London
No
Guildhall North wing
Basinghall St, London EC2V 7HH, UK
51.51578009999999
-0.0910618999999997
ENDED
Cornerstone - Undertaking Local Research with and for Young People
cornerstone-undertaking-local-research-with-and-for-young-people
This session will look at the learning from the work completed through a number of the Young People’s Foundations and it will aim to both share practice and also profile an opportunity for groups to apply for funding (up to 8K) to develop their own local research.

This session will look at the learning from the work completed through a number of the Young People’s Foundations and it will aim to both share practice and also profile an opportunity for groups to apply for funding (up to 8K) to develop their own local research. This session will offer the chance to review the work completed by 3 Young People’s Foundations, including: 

  1. Harrow Needs Analysis 
  2. Young Westminster Foundation – A City within a City 
  3. Hammersmith and Fulham – Young People’s Research which is currently underway

The session will cover: 

  • how undertaking local research has changed the focus of their work 
  • assessing the methods used and learning from the approach, specifically young people’s engagement in the design and delivery  
  • consider how local areas can take a more research informed approach

Pilot Funding 

As part of the work happening under the remit of the Cornerstone Fund, each year there is the opportunity for groups to apply to a local offer of support to fund a research informed approach. Participants attending this session can  then submit a proposal for 8k to develop their own micro projects. Within this we would be encouraging them to identify the following: 

  • The research area that they would like to explore
  • The partners engaged to date 
  • How young people will be involved in the design and delivery of the research
  • How research partners will be engaged to help shape the work 

This will be assessed by the research network which has been set up by the Cornerstone Fund. 


Lunch and refreshements will be provided.

23/03/2020
23/03/2020
Europe/London
No
The City Centre
80 Basinghall St, London EC2V 5AR, UK
51.5155499
-0.0914523
CANCELED
Celebrating IWD: ‘The Conversation Needs to Continue’: A Roundtable Event for Black and Dual Heritage Women
celebrating-iwd-the-conversation-needs-to-continue-a-roundtable-event-for-black-and-dual-heritage-women
This is a Roundtable Event where women of the African Diaspora use the simple art of conversation to share, support and learn from each other. It will be unique as the theme(s) discussed will be co-created by whoever is in the space.

 

This is a Roundtable Event where women of the African Diaspora use the simple art of conversation to share, support and learn from each other. It will be unique as the theme(s) discussed will be co-created by whoever is in the space. This work is about appreciative inquiry and learning, so we create a path to solutions, rather than offering advice or judging what is being said. Storytelling is the fastest route to true human connection and influence. Sometimes in order to process our thoughts more fully, we need to step away from the situation and think about it in another context. Storytelling provides the opportunity to do just that, as it allows us to open it up to new perspectives. Come and share your wisdom…


How it works - a topic will be democratically chosen by the group and then we will be guided through potential solutions by a facilitator using the simple but powerful techniques of reflective practice. Women share or discuss real-life stories and issues that are often complex, multi-layered, and are open-ended in nature and do not have a right or wrong answer. By listening and thinking together during the session, it creates a continuous, balanced and act of learning.


Details: 

Friday 6th March 2020 at Paul Hamlyn Foundation from 3.30pm to 6.30pm


Facilitator: Helen Sanson of Forcera in collaboration with Partnership for Young London and Paul Hamlyn Foundation


Refreshments available


Spaces limited to 20


We gratefully acknowledge the support of Paul Hamlyn Foundation for this event


 Upcoming women's leadership sessions: 

06/03/2020
06/03/2020
Europe/London
No
Paul Hamlyn Foundation
Leeke St, London WC1X 9HY, UK
51.5301854
-0.1183808
ENDED
Peer Research Roundtable
peer-research-roundtable

 Following our last Peer Research Roundtable in September, we have been busy conducting research on different projects across London for our Peer Research review. 

  • We are planning to hold  first roundtable of 2020 on the Friday 6 March 2020 at 3pm to 5pm (agenda attached)
  • It will be an opportunity to hear the findings from the research we’ve been doing, and about the different approaches that peer research projects across London are taking.
  • There will also be some time to discuss about what some collective values and principles for  conducting peer research, and the role it plays in policymaking, ahead of  the Mayoral election. 

We are also looking for organisations that we haven’t spoken to yet, who are conducting peer research with young people (or have previously), to interview for our Peer Research review. If you would like to contribute your experiences to this report, please get in touch and we can arrange a quick fifteen minute interview (Please find interview guide attached). Thank you for those who have already taken part, we are still processing transcripts, and will contact you as soon as we have them.  

If you have any more questions, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.

06/03/2020
06/03/2020
Europe/London
No
Room 1 and 2, Guildhall North Wing,
Aldermanbury, London EC2V 7HH, UK
51.5161211
-0.09265029999999999
ENDED
Young Londoner's Fund - Community of Practice Meeting (Contextual Safeguarding)
young-londoners-fund-community-of-practice-meeting-contextual-safeguarding

 this event is ONLY for participants of the previous contextual safeguarding sessions. 


Thank you all so much for participating in the training days with Dr Carlene Firmin and Professor David Shemmings to begin the process of becoming Champions for trauma and contextual safeguarding informed practice across the voluntary and community sector. 


We are inviting you to the first Community of Practice meeting where we plan to take a close look at the Terms of Reference for the group, a more detailed look at the role of the Champion, and begin to create a collective plan for the year ahead; looking at what further learning we want to undertake and how we will manage the community going forward so that we all feel that we are able to get the best out of the time we have together.


The aim is to meet once a month with alternating purpose to the meeting; with one month having a themed learning session which is then followed the next month by an implementation and reflection session relating to that themed session. This will allow us to explore the benefits or challenges of implementing new ways of working or approaches informed by trauma and contextual safeguarding as well as build networks to support one another within the sector.

We’re looking forward to meeting with you all again and building this exciting community of Champions together.


Any questions or suggestions please contact carlyadamselias@saferlondon.org.uk

06/02/2020
06/02/2020
Europe/London
No
The City Centre
80 Basinghall Street, London EC2V 5AR, UK
51.5153828
-0.0914542
ENDED
Young Londoner's Fund - Wave Trust, 'Trauma informed practice' (1)
young-londoners-fund-wave-trust-trauma-informed-practice-1-2

This is only for recipients of or applicants to the Young Londoner's Fund and priority will be given to Croydon groups Please contact Zoe.Nation@cityoflondon.gov.uk for more information.


For this event please only register yourself , do not add multiple tickets in one order. 



Wave Trust,'Trauma informed practice'


A trauma-informed community is an area where knowledge of how adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) can affect the brain – and how best to respond to this impact – is commonplace. All key local services integrate this knowledge into the way they interact with people every day. Residents across communities work together to not only help mitigate and resolve the effects of trauma for the current generation, but to also prevent it, insofar as they can for future generations.

We train teams to understand and respond to the impacts of trauma on your team, clients and service users. Our course covers:

  • How the brain develops
  • What trauma is and how it affects people
  • How to boost a person’s resilience against trauma
  • How to contribute to a  more empathetic, collaborative workplace.

 

There will be the opportunity to apply this understanding to own workplace situations as well as building up a toolkit of skills, equipping them to respond more effectively to challenging behaviour.

Croydon Voluntary Action 82 London Rd, Croydon CR0 2TB

Room: Training Room


05/02/2020
05/02/2020
Europe/London
No
Croydon Voluntary Action
82 London Rd, Croydon CR0 2TB, UK
51.3795013
-0.10380390000000261
CANCELED
Entrepreneurship Insight Event
entrepreneurship-insight-event
Join a wider network of like-minded entrepreneurial young people.

Are you a young person who is interested in being an entrepreneur / social entrepreneur, or simply want to find out more about entrepreneurship?


We're excited to invite you to the first insight event in collaboration with the Guild of Entrepreneurs via Zoom on the 5th May at 1pm. This event will include a panel speaking about their individual journeys, overcoming crisis and business opportunities and their plans after COVID-19. Then there will be a Q&A section to ask business-related questions directly to the panel. Every participant will receive a worksheet to develop their ideas - there will be a  follow-up session on 12th May at 1pm, for you to pitch your ideas to a panel of entrepreneurs and receive valuable feedback. There is also the possibility of  further mentorship, further aid your development!


Our confirmed headline speakers are entrepreneurs David Barker, FRSA and James Talbot, MBA and 

The Q&A and panel will be hosted by young social entrepeneur and creator of Behind Home and Dilemma Talks, David Adesanya.


David Barker:

- One of the UK’s first internet entrepreneurs in 1994.

- Worked with global corporations e.g Intel, Microsoft and Cisco to drive the globalisation of the internet. 

- Exited his Internet company in 2004 to become a social entrepreneur, innovating new solutions to problems in society.

- Works in the ward of Farringdon Within t with his company Techcentre -The Social Innovation Agency.  

- Volunteered with different charities in London including projects with young people in street gangs, families living in work poverty and with homeless people seeking refuge in soup kitchens.


James Talbot:

- Thirty years in business at the cutting edge of management and technology with specific expertise in financial services/FinTech and light engineering.

- First Director of Development for the International Coaching Federation in the UK and a founder member of the Association of Coaching. 

- Business and executive coach working with business owners, boards and financial services professionals. 

- James has an MBA, is a fellow of the Chartered Institute of Securities & Investment and has several advanced coaching diplomas for life and business coaching.  


 

Dates:

5th May               1 - 2.15 pm          An entrepreneurship insight to starting your own business

12th May             1 - 2.15 pm          Following on; Pitch your idea to an Entrepreneur  


 

The Zoom link will be sent on the day to everyone who registers.


If you have any questions please don't hesitate to email Naomi  

06/02/2020
06/02/2020
Europe/London
No
Location is TBD
CANCELED
Young Londoner's Fund - Wave Trust, 'Trauma informed practice' (1)
young-londoners-fund-wave-trust-trauma-informed-practice-1-1

This is only for recipients of or applicants to the Young Londoner's Fund and priority will be given to Croydon groups Please contact Zoe.Nation@cityoflondon.gov.uk for more information.


For this event please only register yourself , do not add multiple tickets in one order. 



Wave Trust,'Trauma informed practice'


A trauma-informed community is an area where knowledge of how adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) can affect the brain – and how best to respond to this impact – is commonplace. All key local services integrate this knowledge into the way they interact with people every day. Residents across communities work together to not only help mitigate and resolve the effects of trauma for the current generation, but to also prevent it, insofar as they can for future generations.

We train teams to understand and respond to the impacts of trauma on your team, clients and service users. Our course covers:

  • How the brain develops
  • What trauma is and how it affects people
  • How to boost a person’s resilience against trauma
  • How to contribute to a  more empathetic, collaborative workplace.

 

There will be the opportunity to apply this understanding to own workplace situations as well as building up a toolkit of skills, equipping them to respond more effectively to challenging behaviour.

Croydon Voluntary Action 82 London Rd, Croydon CR0 2TB

Room: Training Room


04/02/2020
04/02/2020
Europe/London
No
Croydon Voluntary Action
82 London Rd, Croydon CR0 2TB, UK
51.3795013
-0.10380390000000261
CANCELED
Entrepreneurship Insight Evening
entrepreneurship-insight-evening
Headlined by Social entrepeneur David Barker, FRSA

Are you a young person who is interested in being an entrepreneur / social entrepener, or simply want to find out more about entrepeneurship?


We're excited to invite you to this Insight envening which will include a Panel, Q&A and Workshop where we're going to dive into the speakers' journeys from where they started, you will then have an opportunity to ask your own personal questions to the panel and then have a hands on workshop looking at the tools, skills areas to help you improve on your ideas, existing businesses and more.


Our headlining speaker is Davis Barker, FRSA 

David was one of the UK’s first internet entrepreneurs in 1994, and worked with global corporations such as Intel, Microsoft and Cisco to drive the globalisation of the internet.  

He works in the ward of Farringdon Within on Farringdon Street with my company Techcentre, The Social Innovation Agency. 

and amongst many other roles he volunteers with different charities in London to learn what was going wrong in society, leading me to work on projects with young people in street gangs, families living in work poverty and with homeless people seeking refuge in soup kitchens.


Come along and join us for insight, skills sharing and sharpening and networking!


The venue is to be confirmed soon but it will be in a central location in London.


Refreshments will be available.


06/02/2020
06/02/2020
Europe/London
No
London - Location is TBD
CANCELED
National Apprenticeship Week
national-apprenticeship-week

The City of London Apprenticeship Programme have opportunities with leading employers.

What does the City of London’s programme offer?

  • The pledge of an apprenticeship of value.
  • As an experienced employer, a deeper understanding of your needs.
  • A ready-made network of peers across different City firms.
  • A series of apprentice events within the City.
  • An unforgettable graduation ceremony at Mansion House.

What career options are available?

The city of London have  placed apprentices with leading firms across many sectors including banking, insurance, and property. Take a look at what's currently available​​.

Come and find out more at the Q&A session. There will be a panel of 7, 5 existing City of London apprentices and 2 representatives of training providers that the Corporation is currently working with. 

05/02/2020
05/02/2020
Europe/London
No
Guildhall, North Wing
Basinghall Street, London EC2V 7HH, UK
51.5157801
-0.0910618999999997
CANCELED
Test event 1
test-event-1
To explore the current evidence in universal and/or open access youth work To engage practitioners on the gaps in this evidence and where future research or activities could be focused.

 Workshop Aims 

  • To explore the current evidence in universal and/or open access youth work 
  • To engage practitioners on the gaps in this evidence and where future research or activities could be focused 

Speakers

  1. Practice sharing on the work underway at the Centre for Youth Impact, Ed Winterton, Director of Practice Development, Centre for Youth Impact.
  2. Evidencing youth work’s long-term impact: initial ideas and issues to consider. Tania de St Croix – Lecturer in the Sociology of Youth and Childhood, Kings College. 
  3. Reflections from evaluating youth programmes: tentative findings for practice, learning and theory. Dr Kalbir Shukra Senior Lecturer Goldsmiths University.
  4. Two local studies of universal youth work research in Scotland using a transformative evaluation methodology. Dr Amy      Calder,  senior policy and research officer at YouthLink Scotland, the national agency for youth work in Scotland. 
21/02/2020
21/02/2020
Europe/London
No
Guildhall, Basinghall Street, London EC2V 7HH, UK
51.5157801
-0.0910618999999997
CANCELED
Young Londoner's Fund - Systemic Youth Violence Interventions & Meet the Gangs team
young-londoners-fund-systemic-youth-violence-interventions-meet-the-gangs-team-2

 This is ONLY for recipients of or applicants to the Young Londoner's Fund, Please contact Zoe.Nation@cityoflondon.gov.uk for more information.


  

Gangs, County lines and systemic youth violence 2020

Executive Trainer & Facilitator, Gangs & Serious Youth Violence Interventions Curator

This training explores the problem of knives, gangs, county Lines and systemic youth violence

Course duration: 1 day

Course outcomes

By the end of the course, participants will explore

  • The drivers for the national increase in young people involved in Gangs, Youth Violence and County Lines
  • Murder Media: Trap, Grime & Drill
  • Early intervention Prevention and exit – what works?
  • Understand the relationship between ‘Public Health v Criminal Justice’
  • Prisons and Gangs
  • Practical tools for interventions
17/03/2020
17/03/2020
Europe/London
No
Conference Room CVA Resource Centre
82 London Rd, Croydon CR0 2TB, UK
51.3795013
-0.1038039
CANCELED
Open Access Youth Work – exploring the current context and evidence
open-access-youth-work-exploring-the-current-context-and-evidence
To explore the current evidence in universal and/or open access youth work To engage practitioners on the gaps in this evidence and where future research or activities could be focused

 Workshop Aims 

  • To explore the current evidence in universal and/or open access youth work 
  • To engage practitioners on the gaps in this evidence and where future research or activities could be focused 

Speakers

  1. Practice sharing on the work underway at the Centre for Youth Impact, Ed Anderton, Director of Practice Development, Centre for Youth Impact.
  2. Evidencing youth work’s long-term impact: initial ideas and issues to consider. Tania de St Croix – Lecturer in the Sociology of Youth and Childhood, Kings College. 
  3. Reflections from evaluating youth programmes: tentative findings for practice, learning and theory. Dr Kalbir Shukra Senior Lecturer Goldsmiths University.
  4. Two local studies of universal youth work research in Scotland using a transformative evaluation methodology. Dr Amy Calder, senior policy and research officer at YouthLink Scotland, the national agency for youth work in Scotland. 
14/02/2020
14/02/2020
Europe/London
No
Room 2, Guildhall North Wing
Guildhall, Basinghall Street, London EC2V 7HH, UK
51.5157801
-0.0910618999999997
ENDED
Young Londoner's Fund - Systemic Youth Violence Interventions & Meet the Gangs team
young-londoners-fund-systemic-youth-violence-interventions-meet-the-gangs-team

 This is ONLY for recipients of or applicants to the Young Londoner's Fund, Please contact Zoe.Nation@cityoflondon.gov.uk for more information.


  

Gangs, County lines and systemic youth violence 2020

Executive Trainer & Facilitator, Gangs & Serious Youth Violence Interventions Curator

This training explores the problem of knives, gangs, county Lines and systemic youth violence

Course duration: 1 day

Course outcomes

By the end of the course, participants will explore

  • The drivers for the national increase in young people involved in Gangs, Youth Violence and County Lines
  • Murder Media: Trap, Grime & Drill
  • Early intervention Prevention and exit – what works?
  • Understand the relationship between ‘Public Health v Criminal Justice’
  • Prisons and Gangs
  • Practical tools for interventions
03/03/2020
03/03/2020
Europe/London
No
Westside Young Peoples Centre
Churchfield Rd, West Ealing, London W13 9NF, UK
51.5092475
-0.3150166
CANCELED
Pan London Children in Care Council Meeting
pan-london-children-in-care-council-meeting
We would like to invite you to the next CiCC meeting 21st February which will be hosted by the EY Foundation and who will talk to the group about work experience programme for young people. Big Lotteries are also coming and Ian Lewis from NHS London.

  

PROGRAMME 

10:30 Arrive/refreshments 

10:30-10:45: Welcome and opening Update/news, overview of day 

10:45-11:30 Session 1 - EY Foundation – work experience programme for young people in care and care leavers 

11:45-12:30 Session 2 –Public Speaking – workshop on public speaking 

12:45 LUNCH and pledges 

1:30-2:00 Session 3- Shane Ryan Partnerships Manager National Community Lottery

2:00-2:15 Break

2:15-3:15 Session 4-NHS London – mental health support Ian Lewis

3:15-3:45 Session 5 Borough spotlight – best practice  

Feedback and key messages 

Next steps 

Planning for next meeting 

4:00-Close 

Any questions, please contact Zoe Nation Zoe.Nation@cityoflondon.gov.uk 

21/02/2020
21/02/2020
Europe/London
No
EY Foundation
1 More London Riverside, London SE1 2AF
51.5157801
-0.0910618999999997
ENDED
Young Londoner's Fund - Ray Douglas Gangs, County lines and systemic youth violence 2020
young-londoners-fund-ray-douglas-gangs-county-lines-and-systemic-youth-violence-2020-3
This training explores the national epidemic of knives, gangs, county Lines and systemic youth violence.

This is ONLY for recipients of or applicants to the Young Londoner's Fund, Please contact Zoe.Nation@cityoflondon.gov.uk for more information.


For this event please ONLY register yourself, DO NOT add multiple tickets in one order.


Executive Trainer & Facilitator, Gangs & Serious Youth Violence Interventions Curator.

This training explores the national epidemic of knives, gangs, county Lines and systemic youth violence. 


Course duration: 1 day

Course outcomes


By the end of the course, participants will explore 

  • The drivers for the national increase in young people involved in Gangs, Youth Violence and County Lines.
  • Early intervention Prevention and exit – what works?
  • Understand the relationship between ‘Public Health v Criminal Justice’.
  • Prisons and Gangs. 
  • Practical tools for interventions.
13/02/2020
13/02/2020
Europe/London
No
VAL Mulberry Centre, 15 Amersham Vale,
New Cross, London SE14 6LE, UK
51.47772579999999
-0.032774900000049456
ENDED
Young Londoner's Fund - Ray Douglas Gangs, County lines and systemic youth violence 2020
young-londoners-fund-ray-douglas-gangs-county-lines-and-systemic-youth-violence-2020-2
This training explores the national epidemic of knives, gangs, county Lines and systemic youth violence.

This is ONLY for recipients of or applicants to the Young Londoner's Fund, Please contact Zoe.Nation@cityoflondon.gov.uk for more information.


For this event please ONLY register yourself, DO NOT add multiple tickets in one order.


Executive Trainer & Facilitator, Gangs & Serious Youth Violence Interventions Curator.

This training explores the national epidemic of knives, gangs, county Lines and systemic youth violence. 


Course duration: 1 day

Course outcomes


By the end of the course, participants will explore 

  • The drivers for the national increase in young people involved in Gangs, Youth Violence and County Lines.
  • Early intervention Prevention and exit – what works?
  • Understand the relationship between ‘Public Health v Criminal Justice’.
  • Prisons and Gangs. 
  • Practical tools for interventions.
04/02/2020
04/02/2020
Europe/London
No
Black Prince Community Hub
Lambeth, London SE11 6AA, UK
51.49146559999999
-0.11532539999996061
ENDED
Young Londoner's Fund - Khulisa Adverse Trauma Training
young-londoners-fund-khulisa-adverse-trauma-training-2

This is only for recipients of or applicants to the Young Londoner's Fund, Please contact Zoe.Nation@cityoflondon.gov.uk for more information.

For this event please only register yourself , do not add multiple tickets in one order.


The workshops are experiential, creative and offer tried and tested tools and techniques. By providing an understanding of how to recognise and sensitively respond to the effects of trauma, Khulisa also offer participants the opportunity to assess their own self-care routine (ie. responses to compassion fatigue, vicarious trauma etc); to ensure both staff and end-users are well safeguarded. Broadly content covers the following:

  • Being Trauma-sensitive & developmentally informed (theory and practice)
  • introduction to trauma:How it affects body, mind, behaviour and memory
  • Understanding the link between attachment, trauma, shame and violence
  • Grief & Trauma – patterns / responses - avoiding re-traumatisation
  • Self-care (simple measures, self-support techniques, reflective practice)
  • Co-regulation - Practical tips on supporting self/others to regulate emotion/managebehaviour and de-escalate trigger responses.
  • Simple tools to avoid re-traumatisation - building a narrative, improving emotional

literacy & resilience, grounding techniques

24/02/2020
24/02/2020
Europe/London
No
METRO GAVS
Equitable House 1st Floor, 7 General Gordon Square, London, SE18 6FH
51.4904759
0.06858199999999215
ENDED
Young Londoner's Fund - Wave Trust, 'Trauma informed practice' (1)
young-londoners-fund-wave-trust-trauma-informed-practice-1

This is only for recipients of or applicants to the Young Londoner's Fund and priority will be given to Croydon groups Please contact Zoe.Nation@cityoflondon.gov.uk for more information.


For this event please only register yourself , do not add multiple tickets in one order. 



Wave Trust,'Trauma informed practice'


A trauma-informed community is an area where knowledge of how adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) can affect the brain – and how best to respond to this impact – is commonplace. All key local services integrate this knowledge into the way they interact with people every day. Residents across communities work together to not only help mitigate and resolve the effects of trauma for the current generation, but to also prevent it, insofar as they can for future generations.

We train teams to understand and respond to the impacts of trauma on your team, clients and service users. Our course covers:

  • How the brain develops
  • What trauma is and how it affects people
  • How to boost a person’s resilience against trauma
  • How to contribute to a  more empathetic, collaborative workplace.

 

There will be the opportunity to apply this understanding to own workplace situations as well as building up a toolkit of skills, equipping them to respond more effectively to challenging behaviour.

Croydon Voluntary Action 82 London Rd, Croydon CR0 2TB

Room: Training Room


24/12/2019
24/12/2019
Europe/London
No
Croydon Voluntary Action
82 London Rd, Croydon CR0 2TB, UK
51.3795013
-0.10380390000000261
CANCELED
Young Londoner's Fund - Safeguarding Children (combined training session)
young-londoners-fund-safeguarding-children-combined-training-session
This course provides an overview of the current safeguarding system and explores the difference between safeguarding children and child protection. It provides up to date, practical information to enable you to create and sustain safer environments for children and your workforce.

Safeguarding children is everybody’s business and it is essential that professionals in the voluntary sector who have contact with children are clear about their duties and responsibilities. This course provides an overview of the current safeguarding system (including local and national guidance and data) and explores the difference between safeguarding children and child protection. It provides up to date, practical information to enable you to create and sustain safer environments for children and your workforce.  

This workshop aims to promote professional resilience, confidence and competence when working with vulnerable children and their families and assist in the delivery of Croydon’s early help strategy, including references to key local guidance and resources. Participants are given tools to be able to recognise some of the key signs and risk indicators of child abuse and opportunities to explore what to do if you have child protection concerns, including who to refer to and how.  

Learning objectives * Have an improved understanding of the Croydon EHA, MASH and LADO referral pathways * Have considered how to promote effective safeguarding practices within your organisation * Be able to identify important changes to statutory and local guidance and discuss the impact of this on practice * Recognise the need for early intervention to support children and families * Revised knowledge of the signs and symptoms of child abuse and the associated risk indicators

Each delegate will receive a certificate of attendance and a comprehensive hand-out

18/05/2020
18/05/2020
Europe/London
No
CVA Training Room
Croydon Voluntary Action, 82 London Rd, Croydon CR0 2TB, UK
51.3795013
-0.10380390000000261
CANCELED
London Policy Network
london-policy-network-3
London Policy Network is Partnership for Young London’s regular policy and practice meeting to showcase good practice, disseminate ideas and hear about latest policy, initiatives and developments in the youth sector.

London Policy Network is Partnership for Young London’s regular policy and practice meeting to showcase good practice, disseminate ideas and hear about latest policy, initiatives and developments in the youth sector. Attendees are cross sector drawn from  range of organisations VCSE, LA’s, housing associations, central and regional government, public health.


We have the following speakers confirmed for the policy network on the  Friday 6 December 2pm-5pm, in Room 2, North Wing of Guildhall.


· Ruby Waterworth rights campaign. This briefing argues that, in the face of such massive systemic challenges, anything less than transformational change to the mental health system risks failing yet another generation of young people. 

· Sharon Long- Youth Work bursaries

· Solomon Rose - Improving outcomes for young black men. The programme is now in its third year. Following reflections on lessons learnt, progress made based on the initial theory of change and consultation with the community and key stakeholders a new strategic direction for the programme has been established for 2018-2022.

· Eurodesk


Next meeting 2020

To register your attendence or if you have any suggestions for future meeting topics, please email zoe.nation@cityoflondon.gov.uk




06/12/2019
06/12/2019
Europe/London
No
Guildhall
Basinghall St, London EC2V 7HH, UK
51.51578009999999
-0.0910618999999997
ENDED
Young Londoners Fund - Challenging the Narrative
young-londoners-fund-challenging-the-narrative
This will be an interactive session for organisations and young people to explore and share work happening across Boroughs in London supported by the John Lyons Charity.

 

Priority will be given to recipients of the Young Londoners Fund but there are spaces for other organisations to join.


For this event please only register yourself , do not add multiple tickets in one order. 


We are pleased to invite you to participate in a new event Young Londoners; Challenging the Narrative (working title) on the 18th February from 1.00 – 6pm


This event has been developed by the Young People’s Foundations with Partnership for Young London and is targeted at organisations who have received or applied for the Mayors Young Londoners Fund. This will be an interactive session for organisations and young people to explore and share work happening across Boroughs in London supported by the John Lyons Charity. The session will focus on the following: 

  • Promoting an asset based narrative in our work with young people 
  • Exploring the youth sector workforce development needs 
  • Debating with young people on the qualities needed of youth sector leadership
  • Hearing from other partners about their local borough based work and also regional partners on their plans for the future i.e. the Violence Reduction Unit 
  • As part of the session there will be a number of taster sessions on a range of topics i.e. Trauma Informed Practice, Mental Health First Aid, Funders responses, the role of supervision among others.

The session is being hosted by Brent Council and will be opened by the Director of Children’s Services Gail Tolley.  Please hold the date and register your interest. And we would like to ask you to vote on what workshops would be most useful for you at the event please follow the link here to add your preferences.

18/02/2020
18/02/2020
Europe/London
No
The Drum at Wembley
Brent Civic Centre, Engineers Way, Wembley HA9 0FJ, UK
51.55878380000001
-0.2816038999999364
ENDED
Young Londoners; Challenging the Narrative
young-londoners-challenging-the-narrative

 This event has been developed by the Young People’s Foundations with Partnership for Young London and is targeted at organisations who have received or applied for the Mayors Young Londoners Fund. This will be an interactive session for organisations and young people to explore and share work happening across Boroughs in London supported by the John Lyons Charity. The session will focus on the following: 

  • Promoting an asset based narrative in our work with young people 
  • Exploring the youth sector workforce development needs 
  • Debating with young people on the qualities needed of youth sector leadership
  • Hearing from other partners about their local borough based work and also regional partners on their plans for the future i.e. the Violence Reduction Unit. 
  • As part of the session there will be a number of taster sessions on a range of topics i.e. Trauma Informed Practice, Mental Health First Aid, Funders responses, the role of supervision among others.

The session is being hosted by Brent Council and will be opened by the Director of Children’s Services Gail Tolley.  Please hold the date and register your interest via this link. And we would like to ask you to vote on what workshops would be most useful for you at the event (insert survey monkey link ). 

11/12/2019
11/12/2019
Europe/London
No
Guildhall, Basinghall Street, London EC2V 7HH, UK
51.5157801
-0.0910618999999997
CANCELED
Young Londoner's Fund - Adverse Trauma training
young-londoners-fund-adverse-trauma-training-2
Khulisa’s trauma training is drawn from over 10 years’ experience delivering award-winning social and emotional wellbeing programmes, led by qualified therapists who understand the impact of adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) and trauma on the brain, body and behaviour of our participants.

 This is only for recipients of or applicants to the Young Londoner's Fund, Please contact Zoe.Nation@cityoflondon.gov.uk for more information.


For this event please only register yourself , do not add multiple tickets in one order. 


Funded by City Bridge Trust Khulisa’s trauma training is drawn from over 10 years’ experience delivering award-winning social and emotional wellbeing programmes, led by qualified therapists who understand the impact of adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) and trauma on the brain, body and behaviour of our participants. We know that the professionals working with individuals like our participants may not have this knowledge, and also need to manage their own wellbeing around high levels of trauma. Not doing so risks compassion fatigue, burn-out and perceived rejection of those in their care, intensifying the aggression or distress directed towards them. Our training teaches professionals how to improve their own resilience and wellbeing in highly stressful roles to prevent this downward spiral.

Click here to see the full days agenda

  • Arrival 09.00 coffee/tea) for 09.30 start
  • Tea/coffee 11ish (10-15 mins)
  • Lunch 12.45-1.30
  • Tea/coffee 3pm (10-15 mins)

Finish 4.30-5pm (depending on how tired the group is!) 

21/02/2020
21/02/2020
Europe/London
No
Guildhall, North Wing
Basinghall Street, London EC2V 7HH, UK
51.5157801
-0.0910618999999997
ENDED
Young Londoner's Fund - Khulisa Adverse Trauma Training
young-londoners-fund-khulisa-adverse-trauma-training

Please note that priority will be given to organisations that have applied for or receive YLF funding Please contact Zoe.Nation@cityoflondon.gov.uk for more information.

For this event please only register yourself , do not add multiple tickets in one order.


The workshops are experiential, creative and offer tried and tested tools and techniques. By providing an understanding of how to recognise and sensitively respond to the effects of trauma, Khulisa also offer participants the opportunity to assess their own self-care routine (ie. responses to compassion fatigue, vicarious trauma etc); to ensure both staff and end-users are well safeguarded. Broadly content covers the following:

  • Being Trauma-sensitive & developmentally informed (theory and practice)
  • introduction to trauma:How it affects body, mind, behaviour and memory
  • Understanding the link between attachment, trauma, shame and violence
  • Grief & Trauma – patterns / responses - avoiding re-traumatisation
  • Self-care (simple measures, self-support techniques, reflective practice)
  • Co-regulation - Practical tips on supporting self/others to regulate emotion/managebehaviour and de-escalate trigger responses.
  • Simple tools to avoid re-traumatisation - building a narrative, improving emotional

literacy & resilience, grounding techniques

29/01/2020
29/01/2020
Europe/London
No
Redbridge CVS
1st Floor, 103 Cranbrook Road, Ilford IG1 4PU.
51.5615728
0.06880290000003697
ENDED
Young Londoner's Fund - Ray Douglas Gangs, County lines and systemic youth violence 2020
young-londoners-fund-ray-douglas-gangs-county-lines-and-systemic-youth-violence-2020-1
This training explores the national epidemic of knives, gangs, county Lines and systemic youth violence.

This is ONLY for recipients of or applicants to the Young Londoner's Fund, Please contact Zoe.Nation@cityoflondon.gov.uk for more information.


For this event please ONLY register yourself, DO NOT add multiple tickets in one order.


Executive Trainer & Facilitator, Gangs & Serious Youth Violence Interventions Curator.

This training explores the national epidemic of knives, gangs, county Lines and systemic youth violence. 


Course duration: 1 day

Course outcomes


By the end of the course, participants will explore 

  • The drivers for the national increase in young people involved in Gangs, Youth Violence and County Lines.
  • Early intervention Prevention and exit – what works?
  • Understand the relationship between ‘Public Health v Criminal Justice’.
  • Prisons and Gangs. 
  • Practical tools for interventions.
05/03/2020
05/03/2020
Europe/London
No
Guildhall, North Wing
Basinghall Street, London EC2V 7HH, UK
51.5157801
-0.0910618999999997
CANCELED
Safer London Contextual Safeguarding
safer-london-contextual-safeguarding
You are invited put forward up to three members of your organisations to attend a full day of training to become a Champion within the community of practice. This training will be facilitated by Dr Carlene Firmin and Professor David Shemmings.

Trauma and Contextual Safeguarding Champions training 


Safer London is hosting training and leading on the development of a group that will focus on building on existing approaches to include best practice informed by both an understanding of trauma and contextual safeguarding and provide a regular safe space to ensure that smaller organisations can come together with some more established groups to learn, reflect and support one another to embed best practice, alongside working through barriers and challenges.  


You are invited put forward up to three members of your organisations to attend a full day of training to become a Champion within the community of practice. This training will be facilitated by Dr Carlene Firmin and Professor David Shemmings

Following on from the training there will be monthly Community of Practice meetings, where Champions will be joined by smaller, grassroots organisations based in London. The monthly meetings will be for approximately two hours and alternate in their purpose; with one session offering a further training opportunity around a themed session related to practices informed by an understanding of trauma and contextual safeguarding, and the subsequent one being an opportunity to reflect on that learning, explore practical application and support one another to embed the approaches into our organisations and develop practice across the sector. 


In return for your participation in the free training we ask that Champions engage with the Community of Practice for one year and facilitate a minimum of one themed leaning session; should it be an area of experience your organisation holds or leads on. 

Champions will also be able to return learning to their wider organisation and can liaise with safer London as this develops and surfaces learning about training expertise, capacity and resource needs in the sector. 

12/12/2019
12/12/2019
Europe/London
No
The City Centre
80 Basinghall St, London EC2V 5AR, UK
51.5154539
-0.09111059999997906
ENDED
Young Londoner's Fund - Wave Trust, 'Trauma informed practice'
young-londoners-fund-wave-trust-trauma-informed-practice

This is only for recipients of or applicants to the Young Londoner's Fund and priority will be given to Croydon groups Please contact Zoe.Nation@cityoflondon.gov.uk for more information.


For this event please only register yourself , do not add multiple tickets in one order. 



Wave Trust,'Trauma informed practice'


A trauma-informed community is an area where knowledge of how adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) can affect the brain – and how best to respond to this impact – is commonplace. All key local services integrate this knowledge into the way they interact with people every day. Residents across communities work together to not only help mitigate and resolve the effects of trauma for the current generation, but to also prevent it, insofar as they can for future generations.

We train teams to understand and respond to the impacts of trauma on your team, clients and service users. Our course covers:

  • How the brain develops
  • What trauma is and how it affects people
  • How to boost a person’s resilience against trauma
  • How to contribute to a  more empathetic, collaborative workplace.

 

There will be the opportunity to apply this understanding to own workplace situations as well as building up a toolkit of skills, equipping them to respond more effectively to challenging behaviour.

Croydon Voluntary Action 82 London Rd, Croydon CR0 2TB

Room: Training Room.


28/01/2020
28/01/2020
Europe/London
No
Croydon Voluntary Action
82 London Rd, Croydon CR0 2TB, UK
51.3795013
-0.10380390000000261
ENDED
Representation in the City?
representation-in-the-city-1
Sandra will be introducing the charity by providing an example of how they are addressing gender and race equality, using a recent project called Know Your Roots as an example.

Thisis an INTERNAL event for City of London Corporation staff only.


As part of Black History Month, I am delighted to invite you to a talk/workshop with Sandra Vacciana from Partnership for Young London. Sandra will be introducing the charity by providing an example of how they are addressing gender and race equality, using a recent project called Know Your Roots as an example. This will be a jumping off point for everyone to explore the representation of Black women and men in the workplace.


This will be held in Room 2, of the North Wing on the 29th October from 12.00pm to 1.45pm (sandwiches and fruit provided). A series of action points to be generated on how we can increase the representation of Black women and men across all areas of the workforce in the City.


There will be a short presentation followed by discussion based activities. Due to constraints, the session is open to 30 people so do express your interest soon.

29/10/2019
29/10/2019
Europe/London
No
Room 2
Guildhall North Wing, Basinghall Street, London EC2V 7HH, UK
51.5157801
-0.0910618999999997
ENDED
Representation in the City?
representation-in-the-city
28/10/2019
28/10/2019
Europe/London
No
Guildhall
Guildhall, Basinghall Street, London EC2V 7HH, UK
51.5157801
-0.0910618999999997
CANCELED
Youth Network Open Day
youth-network-open-day

This Youth Network Open Day is an evening for all young people to attend who are interested in hearing more about the work we do as an organisation, how you can get involved and pitching your ideas about what else we can be doing across London, as well as meeting like-minded young people. 


Food and refreshments will be provided. 

For more information please contact Naomi - naomi.emmanuel@cityoflondon.gov.uk.

23/10/2019
23/10/2019
Europe/London
No
Guildhall, Basinghall Street, London EC2V 7HH, UK
51.5157801
-0.0910618999999997
ENDED
CICC Workshop
cicc-workshop
This is an invitation to young people (age 12-24) to represent the care-experienced young people you support in your area – who can then feed back to your own local groups. We would like to invite young people plus accompanying worker.

Please only register yourself , do not add multiple tickets in one order. 


This is an invitation to young people (age 12-24) to represent the care-experienced young people you support in your area – who can then feed back to your own local groups. We would like to invite young people plus accompanying worker.  

22/10/2019
22/10/2019
Europe/London
No
Soapbox Youth Centre
69-85, Old St, London EC1V 9HX, UK
51.5239617
-0.09713110000006964
ENDED
Setting the Research Agenda with and for Young Londoners
setting-the-research-agenda-with-and-for-young-londoners
Partnership for Young London, Centre for Youth Impact and London Youth have come together with a bold vision for young Londoners. We want to create the conditions for the services and support for young people to be

 Please only register one person at a time


Setting the Research Agenda with and for Young Londoners 

Partnership for Young London, Centre for Youth Impact and London Youth have come together with a bold vision for young Londoners. We want to create the conditions for the services and support for young people to be:

· More informed by research, practice and the experiences of young people themselves; and

· More joined up through local and regional collaboration; and thus more effective.

For more details please see:   

https://www.partnershipforyounglondon.org.uk/cornerstone

This session will have two parts: 

Part one

  • Introduction to the programme and what we want to achieve 
  • An opportunity to collaborate on the focus for the work and our priorities 
  • Group discussions on how we can collaborate more effectively across London 

Part two 

A joint session with young people to shape the approach we need to to take and sharing the work underway already with young people in the lead 

Please register your interest in attending here 

28/10/2019
28/10/2019
Europe/London
No
Room 2 North Wing Guildhall
Aldermanbury, London EC2V 7HH, UK
51.5161211
-0.09265030000005936
ENDED
Young Londoner's Fund - Adverse Trauma Training
young-londoners-fund-adverse-trauma-training
Khulisa’s trauma training is drawn from over 10 years’ experience delivering award-winning social and emotional wellbeing programmes, led by qualified therapists who understand the impact of adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) and trauma on the brain, body and behaviour of our participants.

This is only for recipients of or applicants to the Young Londoner's Fund, Please contact Zoe.Nation@cityoflondon.gov.uk for more information.


For this event please only register yourself , do not add multiple tickets in one order.  


Funded by City Bridge Trust Khulisa’s trauma training is drawn from over 10 years’ experience delivering award-winning social and emotional wellbeing programmes, led by qualified therapists who understand the impact of adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) and trauma on the brain, body and behaviour of our participants. We know that the professionals working with individuals like our participants may not have this knowledge, and also need to manage their own wellbeing around high levels of trauma. Not doing so risks compassion fatigue, burn-out and perceived rejection of those in their care, intensifying the aggression or distress directed towards them. Our training teaches professionals how to improve their own resilience and wellbeing in highly stressful roles to prevent this downward spiral.


Click here to see the full days agenda

  • Arrival 09.00 coffee/tea) for 09.30 start
  • Tea/coffee 11ish (10-15 mins)
  • Lunch 12.45-1.30
  • Tea/coffee 3pm (10-15 mins)

Finish 4.30-5pm (depending on how tired the group is!) 

08/11/2019
08/11/2019
Europe/London
No
Guildhall, West Wing
Gresham Street, London EC2V 7HH, UK
51.5161211
-0.09265030000005936
ENDED
Digital Health Ambassadors: Good Thinking Redesign
digital-health-ambassadors-good-thinking-redesign-1
Sam & Troy from Partnership for Young London will be running the session at the Soapbox Youth Centre: The Good Thinking site is in need of a redesign - this will be a good chance for you to feed into what the site will look like!

 For this event please only register yourself , do not add multiple tickets in one order. 


Background

We're ensuring that young people are at the heart of shaping and promoting digital health and wellbeing services such as the NHS Go app and Good Thinking mental wellbeing platform, so that they're accessible and engaging for young people.

Event Overview

Sam & Troy from Partnership for Young London will be running the session at the Soapbox Youth Centre:

  • The Good Thinking site is in need of a redesign - this will be a good chance for you to feed into what the site will look like!
  • Refreshments will be provided on the day and you'll be reimbursed for your travel.

 What You Will Gain: 

  • Understanding the digital mental health support available 
  • Insight into young people’s mental health needs
  • Digital design skills

Limited spaces available. Any queries or additional requirements please contact Troy or Sam via email Troy.Norbert@cityoflondon.gov.uk // Sam.Omokan@cityoflondon.gov.uk

If you have registered to attend but can longer come to the workshop, please let us know as soon as possible so that we can reallocate your ticket.

This work is funded by Healthy London Partnership

14/09/2019
14/09/2019
Europe/London
No
Soapbox Islington Youth Centre
Old St, London EC1V 9HX, UK
51.5239617
-0.09713110000006964
ENDED
Digital Health Ambassadors: Good Thinking Redesign
digital-health-ambassadors-good-thinking-redesign

Background

We're ensuring that young people are at the heart of shaping and promoting digital health and wellbeing services such as the NHS Go app and Good Thinking mental wellbeing platform, so that they're accessible and engaging for young people.

Event Overview

Sam & Troy from Partnership for Young London will be running the session at the Soapbox Youth Centre:

  • The Good Thinking site is in need of a redesign - this will be a good chance for you to feed into what the site will look like!
  • Refreshments will be provided on the day and you'll be reimbursed for your travel.
What You Will Gain:
  • Understanding the digital mental health support available 
  • Insight into young people’s mental health needs
  • Digital design skills

Limited spaces available. Any queries or additional requirements please contact Troy or Sam via email Troy.Norbert@cityoflondon.gov.uk // Sam.Omokan@cityoflondon.gov.uk

If you have registered to attend but can longer come to the workshop, please let us know as soon as possible so that we can reallocate your ticket.

This work is funded by Healthy London Partnership

20/09/2019
20/09/2019
Europe/London
No
Guildhall, Basinghall Street, London EC2V 7HH, UK
51.5157801
-0.0910618999999997
CANCELED
Street Research Day
street-research-day-1
We’re meeting at Stratford Tube Station on the Saturday 17 August to conduct interviews with the public. In the morning we’ll agree the questions and take you through the process of consent and recording.

We’re meeting at Stratford Tube Station on the Saturday 17 August to conduct interviews with the public. In the morning we’ll agree the questions and take you through the process of consent and recording.


Then you will have to stop passing members of the public (bribed with chocolate for a quick chat. Lunch will be provided, and you receive a £40 worth of vouchers for participating for 11am to 4pm.


To join us:


Whatsapp: 07786779606


Email us: matthew.walsham@cityoflondon.gov.uk

17/08/2019
17/08/2019
Europe/London
No
Stratford Station
E15 1DE
51.5157801
-0.0910618999999997
ENDED
Street Research Day 2
street-research-day-2
We’re meeting at Stratford Tube Station on the Saturday 17 August to conduct interviews with the public.

We’re meeting at Stratford Tube Station on the Saturday 17 August to conduct interviews with the public. In the morning we’ll agree the questions and take you through the process of consent and recording.


Then you will have to stop passing members of the public (bribed with chocolate for a quick chat.

Lunch will be provided, and you receive a £40 worth of vouchers for participating for 11am to 4pm.

To join us:


Whatsapp: 07786779606


Email us: matthew.walsham@cityoflondon.gov.uk


17/08/2019
17/08/2019
Europe/London
No
Stratford Station
E15 1DE
51.5157801
-0.0910618999999997
CANCELED
NHS Digital Health Ambassadors: Digital Design Session
nhs-digital-health-ambassadors-digital-design-session
The aim of this programme is to ensure that young people are at the heart of shaping and promoting digital health and wellbeing services such as the NHS Go app and Good Thinking platform, so that they're accessible and engaging for young people.

Become a Digital Ambassador

The aim of this programme is to ensure that young people are at the heart of shaping and promoting digital health and wellbeing services such as the NHS Go app and Good Thinking platform, so that they're accessible and engaging for young people.

Healthy London Partnership and Partnership for Young London will be running a session on Digital Design at the Soapbox hub. In this session, we'll cover:

The Good Thinking site is in need of a redesign - this will be a good chance for you to feed into what the site will look like!

What does it mean to be Digital Ambassador? - we'll give you the lowdown on what you'll be doing as a Digital Health Ambassador and it'd be an opportunity for you to ask us any questions.

Refreshments will be provided on the day and you will be reimbursed for your travel.

Limited spaces available. Any queries or additional requirements please contact Troy or Sam on 020 7332 3396 or email Troy.Norbert@cityoflondon.gov.uk // Sam.Omokan@cityoflondon.gov.uk

If you have registered to attend but can longer come to the workshop, please let us know as soon as possible so that we can reallocate your ticket.

05/08/2019
05/08/2019
Europe/London
No
Soapbox Islington Youth Centre
69 - 85 Old Street, EC1V 9HX
51.5157801
-0.0910618999999997
ENDED
Current Event Order Form Template
current-event-order-form-template
20/01/2020
20/01/2020
Europe/London
No
Guildhall, Basinghall Street, London EC2V 7HH, UK
51.5157801
-0.0910618999999997
ENDED
Intersectionality – ‘BACKTALKING’
intersectionality-backtalking
Partnership for Young London is being hosted by the Gender Studies Department at the London School of Economics to deliver a follow up event for women of the African Diaspora.

  Following the unique opportunity afforded us recently to celebrate Intersectionality at 30 with Professor Kimberlé Crenshaw, Partnership for Young London is being hosted by the Gender Studies Department at the London School of Economics to deliver a follow up event for women of the African Diaspora called BACKTALKING. We want to gain greater understanding of how the lived experiences of Black women and Dual Heritage women from various regions within the African Diaspora are made visible when we apply an intersectional lens to their stories. We will investigate, what Professor Crenshaw referred to as, the ‘narrative struggles’ we are subjected to as the personal histories of some continue to be prioritised over those of others. This twilight session will review some key tenets of the intersectional framework and then examine how its principles can inform our values and our practice.  We will use our learning to develop further roundtable events -  the overarching intention of this series is to examine lived experience from the rich and diverse range of perspectives of people who are different genders and from different ethnic groups, and recognise how our knowledge can improve the way we live and work together.

*In recognition and appreciation of the roots of intersectionality, as a key aspect of Black Feminist Theory, we would like to specifically invite  women who are of Black African, Caribbean and Dual Heritage descent to share their insights at the first roundtable.

For further information contact sandra.vacciana@cityoflondon.gov.uk

25/07/2019
25/07/2019
Europe/London
No
London School of Economics
Graham Wallas Room, 5th Floor of London School of Economics’ Old Building (OLD.5.25), 2AE
51.5157801
-0.0910618999999997
ENDED
Peer Research Network
peer-research-network
This second Peer Research network will bring people together to share working, and provide updates on good practice in the sector. Refreshments will be provided on arrival.

London Young Researchers is a three-year project, funded by Trust for London, looking to build the skills and capacity in organisations for young people to conduct peer-led research. These networks, looking at peer research more widely, will meet several times a year thoroughout. 


This will also be an interactive workshop; scoping what challenges there are for the sector in terms of using peer research.

This work is funded by Trust for London

24/09/2019
24/09/2019
Europe/London
No
Committee Room 2, Guildhall West Wing
Guildhall, Basinghall Street, London EC2V 7HH, UK
51.5157801
-0.0910618999999997
ENDED
NHS Digital Health Ambassadors: Digital Marketing Workshop
nhs-digital-health-ambassadors-digital-marketing-workshop-zzqEVE001
Want to learn new Digital Skills from industry experts ? Want to get involved with a Digital Health with the NHS ? Come along on the 18th July to find out more and get involved.

Aged 14-24 and want to gain Digital Skills? Join us for a free workshop and the chance to become part of the Digital Health Ambassador team.

Understanding User Experience: Digital experts Fresh Egg will be running a workshop on Understanding User Experience. You'll be able to learn digital skills, have fun and ask questions.  (yes, food and drink will be provided!)

This session will cover:

  • What the digital health ambassadors project is about
  • Empathy Mapping - anexercise where people try to understand as much as they can about the audience group.
  • Competitor App review - looking at other apps and comparing.
  • Brainstorming - how can the app be improved? How can the app be promoted ?

Become a Digital Ambassador

The aim of this programme is to ensure that young people are at the heart of shaping and promoting digital health and wellbeing services such as the NHS Go app and Good Thinking platform, so that they're relevant and engaging for young people.

Digital Ambassadors will:

Provide insight, feedback and help shape digital products.

Receive training from digital experts such as SOHO Strategy and Fresh Egg in a structured six module programme

Work with us and the Healthy London Partnership to design adverts and campaigns

Become part of a network of young Londoners that promote digital initiatives amongst their peers.

  • Limited spaces available. Any queries or additional requirements please contact Troy or Sam on 020 7332 3396 or email Troy.Norbert@cityoflondon.gov.uk // Sam.Omokan@cityoflondon.gov.uk
18/07/2019
18/07/2019
Europe/London
No
Lift
45 White Lion St, Islington, London N1 9PW, UK
51.5324604
-0.11036930000000211
ENDED
#TruthAboutYouth - project planning session
truthaboutyouth-project-planning-session
Are you aged 16-25? Interested in youth campaigning and conducting research? This session will be a project planning session. We will be allocating roles for the campaign, narrowing down our campaign tools and content, and planning the focus group sessions.

 Are you aged 16-25? Interested in youth campaigning and conducting research?


This session will be a project planning session. We will be allocating roles for the campaign, narrowing down our campaign tools and content, and planning the focus group sessions.


The #TruthAboutYouth?


This project is being run by Partnership for Young London. The project aim is to create a youth-led asset-based social media campaign on young Londoners. This will profile the positive contribution of young people in the capital, challenging the current overwhelmingly negative focus. The whole project will be youth-led and young people will be supported to engage at all levels and throughout the programme.

The role will include carrying out:

  • Peer-led research
  • Facilitating focus groups with other young people
  • Collating stories to illustrate the ways that young people are contributing to the city, and      how they combat stereotypes and barriers.
  • Event managing and coordinating of the campaign launch event.
  • We will provide lunch and travel reimbursements for this session.
13/07/2019
13/07/2019
Europe/London
No
North Wing
Guildhall, Basinghall Street, London EC2V 7HH, UK
51.5157801
-0.0910618999999997
ENDED
Digital Health Ambassadors Programme
digital-health-ambassadors-programme
The aim of this programme is to ensure that young people are at the heart of shaping and promoting digital health and well-being services such as the NHS Go app and Good Thinking tool kit.

Become a Digital Ambassador

The aim of this programme is to ensure that young people are at the heart of shaping and promoting digital health and wellbeing services such as the NHS Go app and Good Thinking tool kit.

Digital Ambassadors will:

Provide insight, feedback and help shape digital products.

Receive training from digital experts such as SOHO Strategy and Fresh Egg in a structured six module programme

Work with us to design adverts and campaigns

Become part of a network of young Londoners that promote digital initiatives amongst their peers.

Booking: Join us on Wednesday 14th August, 10am-4pm for the free session where you can learn more about the programme and become a part of a growing network of young Londoners (yes, food and drink will be provided!)

Limited spaces available. Any queries please contact Troy Norbert on 020 7332 3701 or email troy.norbert@cityoflondon.gov.uk.

14/08/2019
14/08/2019
Europe/London
No
Soapbox Youth Centre
Old St, London EC1V 9HX, UK
51.5239617
-0.09713110000006964
CANCELED