Clinical Vocational Specialist. Employer: West London Mental Health NHS Trust Department: Vocational Services Location: Southall Salary: £21,692 to £28,180 pa plus HCAS (pro rata) West London Mental Health NHS Trust provides a full range of local mental health services to the London boroughs of Ealing, Hammersmith and Fulham, and Hounslow as well as specialist forensic mental health services, including high secure services at Broadmoor Hospital across a wider catchment area.
We positively welcome applications from people with a lived experience of either mental health conditions or learning disabilities and people who represent diverse communities. West London Mental Health NHS Trust is committed to eliminating discrimination for all groups and achieving equality of opportunity regardless of age, disability, gender, race, religion or belief and sexuality.
We reserve the right to close adverts prior to the closing date stated should we receive a high volume of applications. We will be requesting references. Job search - Customer Assistant - Part-time - Greenford - Lidl UK.
Old jobs. Voluntary. Disability Connect - ECIL. Members » Southall Community Alliance. Default. Ealing, Hammersmith and West London College (EHWLC) Ealing, Hammersmith and West London College (EHWLC) The Supported Learning division at Ealing, Hammersmith & West London College runs programmes for learners with a variety of severe, moderate and profound learning difficulties and disabilities, including Autism, Asperger Syndrome, challenging behaviour, mental health issues and physical disabilities, across three main sites and 12 community venues.
We strive to meet the diverse needs of our students from the outset by acknowledging their goals and aspirations and conducting effective initial and continuous assessments. We offer personalised learning programmes, delivered through realistic working environments, which embed essential skills and information and learning technology in a creative and imaginative way.
Please contact us for details of our taster days when you can come and experience life at college! There are three campuses with different specialities as follows: EHWLC - Information, Advice & Guidance. What we do The Learner Information Service has qualified/ trained, helpful and friendly officers, who provide impartial support to learners in all aspects of their journey including: Change of career discussions Advice & guidance discussions Support with application, assessment & interview processes Progression onto another level or a new course Help with CV & job interview skills Signposting to relevant Learner Services department within the college or to reliable and appropriate providers Fee information & enrolment Issues with timetable/attendance Advocacy General learning needs Whether an answer to a quick question or one-to-one advice is needed, the Learner Information Service is here to respond and help all learners achieve their goals.
Accreditation As we are MATRIX accredited our staff and services have been successfully assessed and awarded a nationally recognised quality kitemark. Ealing Mencap - Projects. Ealing, Hammersmith & West London College - Additional Learning Support. The College offers extra support in literacy, language, numeracy and in a variety of skills to help you to learn and achieve your chosen qualification.
There is also support available for a range of physical, sensory or medical needs. What is available? We offer support in reading, writing, speaking, study skills and numeracy. This can be provided in a number of ways: An ALS teacher in one of your classes Extra one-on-one sessions Extra workshops and/or drop-in sessions Dyslexia You can receive support including: Advice and guidance Assistance with assignments Special arrangements for exams Training on specialist equipment such as voice-activated software Physical, sensory or medical/mental health needs You can receive support including: Support Assistants Communicator/Signer Specialist Software/Equipment Documents in appropriate formats For more information on Additional Learning Support, please contact the relevant person at the campus you are interested in studying at: Nnexions at Young Adult Centre, Southall - Young Ealing. Home > Connexions > Connexions at Young Adult Centre, Southall Connexions at Young Adult Centre, Southall If you are 13-19 years old, or up to 25 years old if you have a disability or learning difficulty and would like to get information, advice and support on: improving your self-confidence and skills issues affecting your lifethe career or job for youcourses and apprenticeshipsinterviews and job searchCVs and applicationshealth, housing and benefits Please call 020 8571 4615 to make an appointment to come and see the Connexions team at the Young Adult Centre in Southall, we are available for appointments Monday to Friday between 9am and 5pm.
Work Club @ YAC Focused support in finding Education, Employment and Training! Contact Us Phone: 0208 571 4615 Online Enquiry Form. Learning Support Assistant - Do-it. Out and About Buddy - Do-it. Certitude (formerly Support for Living) About the opportunity We are looking for volunteers free to join us on our exciting and varied day trips, travelling by public transport.
These include visits to Windsor Castle, the V&A Museum, a Sunday Chinese Buffet, a Cinema Afternoon, Natural History Museum, Tenpin Bowling, Crazy Golf and a Harry Potter Tour! You can volunteer once a week on Thursdays, or once a month on Saturdays or Sundays - or, better still, flexibly on the three days.
Homework Club Helper (Hanwell Library) - Do-it. Ealing Libraries About the opportunity This is an excellent opportunity for anyone who enjoys helping children, and/or has an interest in education or teaching.
You'll be helping to support children at Key Stage 3 (Years 7-9) with their homework: ' help them to use library resources to access information ' help them to develop skills to become independent learners ' help to provide an encouraging atmosphere for study ' assist library staff with basic admin tasks and record-keeping About Ealing Libraries. Employment Assistant - Do-it. Lido Centre About the opportunity Help at a 'work club' workshop to help local people to find work.
The workshop will be led by a facilitator, and your role will be to lend a hand - Help the participants to carry out job searches (there will be laptops on hand) - Help with filling out application forms and CV updates - Help with skills development and mock interviews (optional) You will have plenty of support to help you volunteer in this role.
We're looking for someone able to volunteer on Wednesdays from 11am to 1pm. The work club is designed for the community to encourage people through personal and business networks to come along to sessions within the local area. About Lido Centre The Lido Centre provides a professional base for voluntary sector organisations in Ealing. What are they looking for? No formal qualifications needed, but should be empathetic to others needs and support them with the view of finding employment. When can you do this role? This is a Part Time opportunity. Work Club Customer Service Telephonist - Do-it. Lido Centre About the opportunity We are a vibrant work club based in West Ealing.
We provide employment advice and training support to people within the Borough of Ealing. We are looking for a enthusiastic individual who has a warm, considerate and non-judgemental attitude, who would enjoy supporting clients who are unemployed. Your role would be to telephone our clients to find out what their working status is. About Lido Centre The Lido Centre provides a professional base for voluntary sector organisations in Ealing. What are they looking for? No formal qualifications required. When can you do this role? This is a Part Time opportunity. Getting there The Lido Centre is at the junction of Mattock Lane and Northfield Avenue in W. Picture House Assistant - Do-it. Ealing Centre for Independent Living About the opportunity Help disabled people spend an enjoyable afternoon watching films - and sit back and enjoy the film yourself too!
On one level this is a practical opportunity - but if you have an interest in film and media, there are optional opportunities to become involved in other ways too. On a practical level, we're looking for volunteers who are punctual and reliable, available from 1pm to 5pm on Thursdays, and willing to help turn our little office into a homespun cinema: ' Help set out the room by moving chairs and placing blackout boards and paper in the window areas ' Meet and greet cinemagoers ' Help serve tea, coffee and biscuits (and enjoy some yourself too) ' Help tidy up afterwards (move chairs, stack the dishwasher etc) ' Lock up the premises at the end of the afternoon If you have an interest in film and media, you can also, if you wish, join in discussions about the film and help choose the programme for the next season.