Online Training and Webinars
Online Training and Webinars for young people
External Online training and distance learning
New online training, distance learning and webinars for practitioners the week ending on Friday 13 November
IET – Making the new green deal work for all Londoners
Projections of mass unemployment and the destruction of a generation’s chances of job security and careers are rife. However, the opportunity exists to build back better and invest in a green future with jobs and skills at its heart. This series of events will give audiences the chance to understand where those new jobs and skills lie and what will be needed to unlock these opportunities. Attendees will learn what the new skills for a green economy are likely to be and what new thinking is needed to thrive in a different more sustainable future. The first webinar is on Monday 16 November at 2.30pm.
Why Sports – How is my Mental Health?
The Why Sports Mental Health webinar will explore the impact that the current restrictions are having on the nations mental health and wellbeing, sharing advice and tools to enable us to understand, manage and open up about our feelings. This event is on Thursday 26 November, 12.30pm.
YoungMinds – Online Mental Health Support Training
YoungMinds run a variety of training courses to help practitioners to improve mental health for children and young people in the UK. There are upcoming courses on Building Resilience and Enabling Participation with Young People facing Marginalisation. Prices begin at £135.00 + VAT: £27.00. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
New online training, distance learning and webinars for young people the week ending on Friday 13 November
Anti-Tribalism Movement: Youth Leadership Programme
This programme is for young people in London aged 16 – 24. The Lead and Be Led digital programme will give the skills to manage projects, contribute to public debates, build ideas and relationships, gain employment and bring about a wider change in society.
Mousetrap - Mentoring Programme
Mousetrap have launched a brand-new Mentoring Programme designed to help underrepresented young people gain the insight, skills and experience they need to start their career as a freelance Arts Practitioner. This is an exciting opportunity to learn from an expert Creative Practitioner with years of experience, who will help Mentees to build their confidence, resilience and skills. This is a 6-month programme, for 18-24-year olds, running from January - June 2021. The deadline for applications is Friday 4 December at 12pm.
Guidance for Using Online Technologies
New Guidance and News for the week ending on Friday 15 May
GOV.UK - Increased risk of fraud and cybercrime against charities
This alert provides information and advice for charities about COVID-19 related fraud and cybercrime.