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Introduction to Child Protection & Safeguarding / Introduction to Prevent

This pair of introductory courses provides a solid introduction to current child protection and safeguarding legislation, along with information on the Prevent Duty, so that you can embed best practice within your organisation. Created specifically for the arts, culture and heritage sectors, these courses are ideal for frontline workers, volunteers, chaperones and those that come into contact directly with children and young people.
*Each course can be booked individually, or book both together to ensure a comprehensive overview of current child protection issues.

29 November, 2018 - 11:00 to 16:00
HOME, 2, Tony Wilson Place, Manchester, M15 4FN

Voluntary Youth Manchester are looking to employ someone for an exciting new project co-creating Equality and Diversity Training and Development for Youth Work and Informal Education

13 Jul 2018 - 09:44 by michelle.foster

Over the next two years, the ideal candidate will work closely with the trustees of Voluntary Youth Manchester in co-ordinating an opportunity for the community-based youth work sector to come together and, drawing on VYM’s own resources and strengths, undertake an audit of and develop VYM’s practice in responding to issues of equality and diversity. Voluntary Youth Manchester

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Manchester Safeguarding Boards e-Bulletin 1 July 2018

6 Jul 2018 - 09:50 by michelle.foster

The Manchester Safeguarding Boards (MSB) comprises the Manchester Safeguarding Adults Board (MSAB) and the Manchester Safeguarding Children Boards (MSCB). The Boards share an Independent Chair, Julia Stephens-Row; and are supported by the MSB Business Unit. Manchester Safeguarding Boards

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Young Manchester appoints new Director

29 Jun 2018 - 10:58 by michelle.foster

Young Manchester is delighted to announce the appointment of Justin Watson as the charity’s new Director. Young Manchester

Justin has a wealth of experience in the third sector with substantial experience in building local and national programmes of work, most recently in his role as Head of Programme Development at Oxfam GB.

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3 x Mental Health Practitioner (Integrated Community Response) at 42nd Street

42nd Street is an award winning Greater Manchester young people’s mental health charity.

There are three roles available as either employed posts or as a secondment: Post 1: Based in Salford’s early help hub; Post 2: Based in a Manchester Pupil Referral Unit (PRU); Post 3: Based in Manchester working alongside social care professionals and young people at the edges of the care system.

Hours: 
37.5 hours per week
Salary: 
NJC Pts. 26-31: £23,866 – £28,221) per annum
Location: 
Setting based in Manchester and Salford community locations with one day a week at 42nd Street HQ in Central Manchester
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2 x Mental Health Practitioner Community Mental Health at 42nd Street

42nd Street is an award winning Greater Manchester young people’s mental health charity.

42nd Street has a number of exciting new roles available including both full and part time opportunities.

You will work as part of the multi-disciplinary team providing a range of quality services to young people aged 11-25 years who are under stress or experiencing mental health difficulties.

Hours: 
37.5 hours per week
Salary: 
NJC Pts. 26-31: £23,866 – £28,221 per annum
Location: 
Office base in Manchester and community based work in localities across Greater Manchester
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Mental Health Practitioner (Youth and Projects) at 42nd Street

42nd Street is an award winning Greater Manchester young people’s mental health charity.

You will work as part of the Youth and Projects Team delivering a diverse range of quality group work programmes to young people aged 11-25 years who are under stress or experiencing mental health difficulties. The Youth and Projects Team delivers innovative group work and social action programmes incorporating identity and issue based work, arts project and events, gender based work and peer research.

Hours: 
37.5 hours per week
Salary: 
NJC Pts. 26-31: £23,866 – £28,221 per annum (pro rata)
Location: 
Office base in Manchester and community based work in localities across Greater Manchester
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Young Manchester and JD team up to find Manchester’s most talented

15 Jun 2018 - 10:48 by michelle.foster

Young Manchester has collaborated with JD Sports fashion PLC to search for Manchester’s most talented young people. Young Manchester

JD X Young Manchester will give young Mancunians, living within Manchester’s 32 wards, a platform to showcase their talents, whether they are a singer, artist, budding entrepreneur or gardener.

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