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Youth and Play Sector Leaders Group for Manchester

14 Jun 2019 - 11:11 by michelle.foster

Leadership across the youth and play sector is a critical issue for all of us if we are to meet the ambitious vision that we have for children and young people in Manchester. Together, we want to build and support leadership in the sector, and establish strong partnerships and collaborations across the city which benefit us all. Supported by Young Manchester, a new Youth and Play Sector Leaders Group has been established. Young Manchester

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LGBT+ youth research challenge

14 Jun 2019 - 11:04 by michelle.foster

Are you, or some you know naturally nosy, like planning and enjoy chatting to others? The Proud Trust is launching a social action research challenge for LGBT+ young people aged 10-20 years. Together this team of creative and committed young people will plan and carry out a research project that will help include more LGBT+ young people in social action in a range of organisations. The Proud Trust

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Outreach and Detached Youth Worker at Bolton Lads and Girls Club

Team Bolton Lads and Girls Club (BLGC) is looking for experienced youth workers with a passion and drive to deliver an innovative, youth led arts programme with excellent engagement skills, to join the Team. Working with young people aged 13+ across Bolton in their own communities delivering a great service and offer of activities and engagement for young people.

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Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday evenings
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£8.21 to £9 an hour, dependent on qualifications and experience
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Bolton
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Manchester Holiday Buzz Playscheme Fund 2019–2020

20 May 2019 - 14:39 by michelle.foster

The purpose of the Playscheme Fund is to complement the all year round play offer in Manchester. The funding aims to enable open access play activities, primarily over the Summer 2019 and Easter 2020 holidays, with a particular focus on; addressing gaps in provision, increasing the numbers of disabled children accessing universal play services, ensuring access to healthy food and increasing children’s opportunities to play outdoors. It is envisaged that this will be done through the delivery of play activities by the Voluntary and Community Sector in Manchester.

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Safeguarding in a youthwork setting - Action Learning Sets

20 May 2019 - 09:35 by cheryl.mcalister

Young Manchester and GMYN are inviting ten organisations to come together in a set of facilitated workshops to share learning on safeguarding practice in youth work. This programme will capture stories and experience and use this learning to develop training and resources for the wider youth sector.

Dates: 12 June 2019 and 19 June 
Times: 9:30am - 12:00pm
Venue: GMYN Office, Greenfish Resource Centre, 46-50 Oldham Street, Manchester

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Working With Families Affected By Substance Misuse

Level: Themed

Date/s: 15/10/2019

Time: (Registration from 9.15 am) course start at 9.30 am to 4.00 pm

Venue: Windrush Millennium Centre, Alexandra Road, Manchester, M16 7WD    View on Map

Requires Introduction to Safeguarding : Y

Cut Off Date For Applications: 13/09/2019

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15 October, 2019 - 09:30 to 16:00
Windrush Millennium Centre, Alexandra Road, Manchester, M16 7WD

Awareness of Signs of Safety

Time: 09:30 - 16:00 (Registration from 9.15am)

Venue: Windrush Millennium Centre, Moss Side, M16 7WD   

Requires Introduction to Safeguarding : Y

Cut Off Date For Applications: 20/09/2019

Course Description
Manchester City Council and partners have begun working with families in a different, strengths based way over the last two years.  The approach is called Signs of Safety.

4 October, 2019 - 09:30 to 16:00
Windrush Millennium Centre, Moss Side, M16 7WD

New Youth Charter to support young people across the country

10 May 2019 - 10:20 by michelle.foster

A new Youth Charter will be developed to set out a vision for young people over the next generation and beyond, Mims Davies, Minister for Sport and Civil Society has announced.Gov.uk

The charter will reaffirm Government’s commitment to give young people a strong voice on the issues they care about such as combating serious violence and knife crime, addressing mental and physical health challenges and concerns about the environment and climate change.

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