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 in April 2021
London Youth - Intro to Quantitative Analysis for Youth Work Practitioners training
As part of the Cornerstone series, London Youth will be delivering a training that takes a realistic and practical approach to collecting, analysing and using quantitative (numerical) data. The session will be interactive with plenty of opportunities to practice basic ways of analysing quant data and interpreting it. The session is on Wednesday 5 May, 1.30 – 4pm.
Thrive LDN - Coping Well During Covid webinars
Thrive LDN and partners are launching another series of NHS Coping Well During Covid webinars designed to support you to deal with the impact of the pandemic. Live webinars take place on Tuesdays at 12.30pm and Wednesdays. There is the option to pick either a lunchtime or afternoon session each week. The free, hour-long sessions are led and delivered by Emily Gardner, High Intensity Cognitive Behavioral Therapist, East London NHS Foundation Trust. Topics include managing wellbeing, low mood and burnout, and sleeping difficulties, as well as working from home and mindfulness.
New online training, distance learning and webinars for young people in April 2021
2 – 3 Degrees - Mastering My Future: Creating your Career
On 12-15 April 2021, 2 – 3 Degrees are back with MMF: Creating Your Career an employability programme for young people 14-25. Participants will be interacting with leading experts from companies from McKinsey & Company, Virgin, Vodafone Foundation, Deloitte Ventures, Deutsche Bank, BNP Paribas plus many more. They will also be able to get access to virtual work experience and mentoring opportunities.
Guidance for Using Online Technologies
New Guidance and News for the week ending on Friday 15 May 2020
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.