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GMYN Introduction to Youth Work Training programme

Introduction to Youth Work (ItYW) is a six-session training programme that will develop your understanding and skills relating to youth work.

Each session provides an introduction to a different aspect of youth work including both theoretical and practical applications in a range of youth work settings. You are welcome to attend as many sessions as you choose.

12 March, 2019 - 10:30 to 23 April, 2019 - 13:30
GMYN, Greenfish Resource Centre, 46-50 Oldham Street, Manchester, M4 5LE

Chief Executive Officer (part time) at Social Sense Community CIC

Social Sense Community is looking for an inspirational leader and exceptional individual to join them as their Chief Executive Officer, who has experience of working at Board level. This is a unique opportunity for you to join a successful and driven team in a highly influential position within the organisation reporting to the Board.

Hours: 
Negotiable
Salary: 
Negotiable
Location: 
Salford Quays
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Introduction to Equality and Diversity

This workshop will look at how personal opinions, prejudices and actions can influence others and lead to discrimination. Through gaining an understanding of equality, equity and diversity we will look at how to make youth work settings inclusive.

Attendees will increase their knowledge and awareness of equality issues by developing an awareness of Equalities legislation and understanding the personal, cultural and societal influences that affect people’s lives.

This session is facilitated by Steph Champion and hosted by Manchester Youth Zone

22 May, 2019 - 17:00 to 19:30
Manchester Youth Zone, 931 Rochdale Road, Manchester, M9 8AE

Grants Officer (Job and Development Programme) at 2027

Do you have experience working or volunteering in a frontline-based role in your community, or have lived experience of issues affecting working-class communities? Are you keen to develop your career, getting paid whilst undertaking first-class professional development and having a say on how funding is spent?  Do you consider yourself to be from a working-class community? 

Hours: 
Typically 9am – 5pm with some flexibility according to the requirements of your host organisation
Salary: 
£23,000 per annum (UK-wide) £25,000 per annum (London)
Location: 
Location: You will join a host organisation located across the UK. You can select your location preference
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Introduction to Equality and Diversity

This workshop will look at how personal opinions, prejudices and actions can influence others and lead to discrimination. Through gaining an understanding of equality, equity and diversity we will look at how to make youth work settings inclusive.

Attendees will increase their knowledge and awareness of equality issues by developing an awareness of Equalities legislation and understanding the personal, cultural and societal influences that affect people’s lives.

This session is facilitated by Steph Champion and hosted by Barlow Moor Community Association

17 April, 2019 - 13:00 to 15:30
Barlow Moor Community Association, 23 Merseybank Avenue, Manchester, M21 7NT

Including the Invisible: Meeting the needs of LGBT+ young people in youth settings

Facilitated by The Proud Trust

A half day training course, that will encourage youth organisations to become more LGBT+ inclusive (lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, plus other related identities), by:

8 April, 2019 - 13:00 to 16:00
MMU Business School, Room 3.12, All Saints Campus, Manchester, M15 6BH

Introduction to Equality and Diversity

Facilitated by Steph Champion

Voluntary Youth Manchester have organised a series of training and workshops around equality and diversity. Anti-oppressive practice is youth work in action. We hope that people who work with young people will take the opportunity to develop their knowledge and skills in supporting the diverse needs of young people in our city as we work towards social justice in our society.

27 March, 2019 - 13:00 to 15:30
Brunswick Parish Church, Brunswick Street, Manchester, M13 9TQ

MIC's Podcast Edit Club

20 March, 2019 - 19:00 to 22:00

Let's be honest, podcasting can be a lonely game. MIC's Edit Club is designed for you to get on with the serious business of editing your podcast, whilst having the opportunity to interact with actual humans (if you need to) and have a nice drink

They'll also be pro audio producers knocking around to give you some top advice if you need an ear. In March, this pro is the awesome Kate Cocker a renowned audio industry insider and Presenter Coach. http://www.thepresentercoach.co.uk

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MIC PODCAST MEETUP - 'Getting Started - Back To Basics'

21 February, 2019 - 18:00 to 21:00

MIC is a regular meetup for podcasters or those interested in starting one.

There's also a panel bit in the middle of each event - MIC #2 features Pro Podcaster Ant McGinley, the Brown Girls Do It podcast and Manchester's Big Theatre Podcast - and we're talking back to basics and getting started in podcast land.

It's free entry, you just have to pay for your drinks (it's happy hour too) RSVP to MIC #2 here http://bit.ly/2WafIuN 

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International Womens Day - Kayaking Event 2019

22 March, 2019 - 19:00 to 20:00

Taster session - no experience necessary

Come and have a laugh - spaces limited

Sessions are 7pm - 8pm and 8:30pm - 9:30pm
Women only event - over 16s

Cost for the swim (including Kayak taster)
£4.70 / £3.30 (adult) £2.10 (student card)

An event run by Water Adventure Centre supported by Manchester Aquatics Centre, Manchester Metropolitan University, Manchester University, Young Manchester, Doorsteps and GMCA.

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