The Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust has begun to enrol for its free journalism traineeship – SLIK (Stephen Lawrence Installs Knowledge).
SLIK will be starting on the 17th September. They have partnered with London South East Colleges to fund this 12 week traineeship.
The students completing the programme will receive a traineeship qualification on completion of the course. Because of this qualification the students must be 16 – 24 years old and without a level 3 qualification (A level / BTEC equivalent).
This traineeship will improve the chances of a career in journalism through: Offering workshops and training from industry experts and professionals on specific aspects of journalism such as: creative writing, graphic design, investigative journalism and how to use social media effectively.
The workshops will be practical on-the-job training and will improve key employability skills such as: communication, confidence, literacy and producing quality content for our online SLIK.BLOG.
Half of the week will be spent in college completing English and Maths GCSE (if needed). The rest of the week will be spent at our newly reinvented Stephen Lawrence Centre.
For further information or to apply, please email email@example.com
Leonard Cheshire Disability supports individuals to live, learn and work as independently as they choose, whatever their ability.
They are looking for 8 – 10 people who are either disabled, or have experience living with disability, to form a new Campaign Steering Group.
The Campaign Steering group will advise their Campaigns Team and ensure all campaigns are rooted in the real experiences of disabled people.
If you are interested in applying for this role please email firstname.lastname@example.org for further details and an application form. They are happy to accommodate access requirements to enable your application and participation.
The full role description can be found on their website at: https://careers.leonardcheshire.org/jobs/vacancy/campaign-steering-group-advisor–02339-head-office—london/2359/description/
Interviews will be held on weeks commencing 6 August and 13 August.
The first meeting of the Campaign Steering Group will be held on 11 September.
Westminster Wanderers Football Club are looking for new players for the upcoming 2018/19 season and beyond.
- Friendly club, welcoming all ages/abilities
- Weekly training on Battersea Park Astro
- Fixtures played across Tooting (home), Clapham, Wandsworth and Merton
- Regular competitive 11-a-side football
- The best kits in London amateur football
- Annual tours as far as New York City and Reykjavik
- Regular social events
Westminster Wanderers are a successful Sunday League Football Club playing in and around Wandsworth and Merton. We are looking for new players for the 2018-19 season.
We want to hear now from players interested in competitive Sunday league football for the next season. We run three 11-a-side teams in the Southern Sunday Football League and have a casual 8-a-side match on Monday evenings. We train regularly and our home ground is on Tooting Common. Our Vet’s side plays friendly fixtures throughout the year in Battersea Park.
We have players from politics, researchers, advisers, public affairs, policy, the civil service, PR, journalism, academia and beyond, and are cross-party. We’re very grateful for the support we’ve had and players we’ve found from W4MP in recent years.
We welcome new players – the growth of the club has only come about because we are well organised and attract and retain good players. Having been founded in 1999, the upcoming season will be the Wanderers’ 20th anniversary, and we’re aiming for some more silverware in the cabinet.
The club will be running training sessions during July and August on Tuesday and Thursday nights – new players are welcome to come to any of these sessions.
The Hotlines List was updated on 4 July 2018.
There have been some major changes to the contact details for Child Maintenance and for Personal Independence Payments so, as always, please ensure that you are using the current version of the hotlines list on the intranet, as copies saved to your computer may be out of date.
Please go here to see the new information and the link to the list.
The Commons Library has just published a useful list with details of when a Member has changed allegiance from one political party to another or decided to sit as an independent MP. Instances of Members losing or resigning a party whip are also noted.
Read it here
They would like your help: as they say, ‘Due to the difficulties in compiling a comprehensive list of all floor-crossings, whip withdrawals and whip resignations, this list cannot be guaranteed to be definitive. We are always happy to hear of any additions or amendments to the list. Please email email@example.com with any comments.’
We have updated the w4mp guides archive at http://archive.w4mp.org/ – if you are looking for an old guide then please go there – out of date guides are being removed from this site.