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Hackney Learning Trust and Hackney Museum Course

Source By: Hackney Learning Trust


Hackney Learning Trust and Hackney Museum are planning to run a History in Hackney course about budgeting, shopping and food in Hackney. Learners will work together to find out about how people managed budgeting and cooking in the past and share their ideas about what food they eat now.


Course Venue Hackney Museum


Course Dates: Wednesday 9.30-11.30 for 10 weeks starting on the 8th March until the 24th May.(Not Wednesdays during the Easter School holidays.)


The course tutor and Hackney Museum are very experienced and would welcome people with Learning Difficulties and any special requirements.



Pearson Street Senior Youth worker post

Source By: Hackney Play Association


Post Title:  Pearson Street Senior Youth worker

Responsible to: Director / Designated Manager

Salary: £26,262 pro rata (£14.43 per hour)

Hours: 32 hours per week during term time: Hours to include Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays, 3-8.30pm and Saturdays 12 – 4pm.  During school holidays: 35 hours per week, (11 weeks per annum), 5 days per week, Monday – Friday, 10am-6pm

One hour unpaid lunch-break each day.

Annual Leave: 30 days (pro rata), to be taken in term time wherever possible

Probation: There will be a six month probationary period.

Job Shares:The post is open to applications from potential job sharers.

Location: The post holder will be based at Pearson Street Adventure Playground, Pearson Street, London, E2 8JD, but may be required to work at a different play and youth projects managed by Hackney Play Association, in the London Borough of Hackney.

Click here for more information - Pearson_Street_Senior_JD_PS_final.doc

Youth workers, Opportunities in Hackney - Closing Date 26th May at 5pm

Source By: Hackney Play Association

Salary: £21,040 pro rata, jobs available from 15 hours per week to 28 hours per week (£11.56 per hour), requires after school, evening (up to 8.30pm) and Saturday afternoons.  We welcome job sharers and flexible working.

Hackney Play Association is looking for experienced youth workers to develop high quality youth services at local adventure playgrounds and youth projects.

This is an exciting opportunity, working with a steering group of young people to develop, create and deliver new open access youth services.

Hackney Play Association is a charity that provides play and youth opportunities for children from some of the most disadvantaged communities in East London. We also run Homerton Grove Adventure Playground and Clapton Park estate project.  We are looking for experienced youth workers who can support all aspects of youth service development and delivery.

The posts will be based at:

  • Clapton Park Youth Project, 3 Pedro Street, London E5 0BD
  • Homerton Grove Adventure Playground, Wardle Street, London E9 6BX
  • Pearson Street Adventure Playground, 28 Pearson St, London E2 8JD.

Download further details from our website,

Application Deadline: Friday 26 May 2017, 5pm, email to

Interviews will be held on: Thursday 15 June 2017

CHSAB SAR Learning Event - Wednesday 21st June 2017

Source By: LBH

The ½ day event is designed to share learning from the Safeguarding Adults Reviews undertaken by the City and Hackney Safeguarding Adults Board.

A safeguarding adult’s review (SAR) is a multi-agency learning process. It aims to identify and promote good practice, effective learning and recommendations for future practice so that deaths or serious harm can be prevented from happening again. Its purpose is not to investigate how a death or serious incident happened or to hold any individual or organisation to account This event will enable participants to understand what went wrong and could be done differently to help reflect on practice.

Event Details

Date: Wednesday 21st June 2017

Time: 1pm – 5pm

Venue: Education Centre, St Joseph's Hospice, Mare St, London E8 4SA

Flyer - SAR_Learning_Event_Flyer.pdf

To book click here- SAR_Learning_Event_Booking_Form.pdf

Coaching Skills for Managers

Source By: LBH

Course: - Coaching Skills for Managers

Date: 6th June  2017    Time: 10:00 – 4.30

One-day workshop. You will be able to use the techniques to engage effectively, communicate and support people to deal effectively with workplace issues. You will also learn to help your team members find ways of moving forward and achieve their potential.

Learning outcomes

By the end of this workshop you will have learnt:

  • The principles and core competencies of coaching
  • Why coaching is an important part of the manager's toolkit
  • Tools and techniques of better communication, including how to deliver useful feedback
  • Using coaching skills for more effective performance discussions (one-to-ones) to help develop your team

Who should attend

Managers wishing to grasp the basics of effective coaching

Booking Forms:



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