Announcements

 Announcements

LSCP Training Needs Analysis

Submitted by Fenn Reynolds on

The Local Safeguarding Children Partnerships (LSCPs) need your help to plan the content of their safeguarding children training programme in 2024/25 (starting April 2024).

The questionnaire should take less than 10 minutes to complete.

The LSCP will continue to offer the core training below:
- Introduction to Safeguarding Children
- Multi-Agency Safeguarding and Child Protection
- Safer Recruitment

LSCP Multi-agency Safeguarding Children Training Programme

Submitted by Fenn Reynolds on

The Local Safeguarding Children Partnership Multi-agency Safeguarding Children Training Programme is open to practitioners who work in either Hammersmith and Fulham, Kensington and Chelsea, or Westminster.

Across the year, the LSCP run a number of training sessions for the local VCS.

To view an up to date offering and to sign up, click here.
 

Become a Goldfinger Future Maker

Submitted by Fenn Reynolds on

Applications are open for our Future Makers traineeship, running from 27 - 31 May 2024.

During this 5-day programme, trainees will be taught furniture-making skills, gain career guidance, and get an introduction to sustainable design and making practices.

The traineeship is free and open to those aged 16 to 25, who are studying and/or living in RBKC.

Ubuntu Pledge: NHS App Training

Submitted by Fenn Reynolds on

In collaboration with NHS North West London, Ubuntu Pledge are offering NHS App training sessions to communities in K&C, Brent, and Westminster who face barriers to accessing digital health services.

 If you are working with groups of residents who you think would benefit from this support, please contact [email protected]

To view the information flyer, click here.

The Hilden Charitable Fund: Office Furniture to Donate

Submitted by Fenn Reynolds on
Address
34 North End Road

Hilden is a charitable funder based on North End Rd, near to Kensington Olympia. 

They are in the process of completing the sale of their building (to move to shared office accommodation) and have a whole range of office furniture  to donate to local charities/organisations that might have a use for it – all for free! 

Anyone wishing to take anything must do so by the end of April (if possible). Anyone wanting to come and have a look around can do so by prior arrangement.

LSCP Training Needs Analysis Questionnaire

Submitted by Fenn Reynolds on

The Local Safeguarding Children Partnerships (LSCPs) need your help to plan the content of our next multi-agency safeguarding children training programme in 2024/25.

They are asking all safeguarding leads and managers to please complete this training needs analysis questionnaire by Friday 19th April 2024.

Click here for the questionnaire: https://forms.office.com/e/n0J0xKSrqW

London Community Resilience Toolkit Survey

Submitted by Fenn Reynolds on

The Greater London Authority are working alongside Communities Prepared and Groundwork London to develop the first ever London Community Resilience Toolkit. This toolkit will be designed for community partners to use locally.

They ask you to please complete this survey to input your views on what you’d like the London Community Resilience Toolkit to look like.

Community Enterprise Project – Community Catalysts

Submitted by Fenn Reynolds on

The Community Enterprise project with Community Catalysts and RBKC is a new Adult Social Care programme, which will run for two years and aims to stimulate the development and growth of community enterprises.  

They plan to work with other local partners to find people who might be interested in setting up enterprises and provide business training and support.  

Another component of the project is helping people with disabilities to set up the enterprises themselves.

Home-Start: My2Hours

Submitted by Fenn Reynolds on

Just 2 hours a week could make a difference that lasts a lifetime.

Home-Start Westminster, Kensington & Chelsea and Hammersmith & Fulham is looking for people to join their network of trained volunteers, supporting families with young children in tri-borough that are facing difficulties such as post-natal depression, social isolation, and financial worries.