Fully funded courses for those living in North Kensington with thanks to the Grenfell Projects Fund 2

Deaf Awareness: 1st August 2022 10am- 4pm
2-day Mental Health First Aid: 8th & 15th August 2022 10am-4:30pm
Suicide First Aid: 23rd Aug 9:30am-4:30pm

Face to Face Training in a North Kensington Venue
Contact Catherine to book on: mhtcatherine@gmail.com or 07809602140

For a downloadable flyer click here: MHT Flyer for Courses in 2022

This awareness week we are offering you free online training on the different categories and types of cancer with a focus on the study of cancer support.

For many individuals, diagnosis can be a daunting and overwhelming time.

Being able to access the right levels of care and services provides valuable support when people need it most.

As cancer treatments are improved and more people survive cancer, an awareness of the impact of living with cancer long-term and knowledge of how to support individuals is vital for anyone caring for someone with cancer. 

The free online training consists of 4 manageable units:

There are no exams!

You will complete assessment questions based on the skills and knowledge you have gained from the above units.

Expert tutor support is available via email, text, or phone call.

Yes, Lets Start the Free Course

Did you know there are 1.5 million people with a learning disability in the UK?

Our annual campaign is all about removing stigma and discrimination.We are doing this by educating people about learning disabilities.

From 20 – 26 June we will be offering you free online training on subjects that really matter to millions of people in the UK.

The training on offer covers; Special Education Needs and DisabilityWorking with Individuals with Learning DisabilitiesSpecific Learning Difficulties, and Behaviour That Challenges.

On successful completion, you will receive an accredited level 2 certificate free of charge.

Start learning and join the fight to #MakeChange

We will be running our one-day training course, Making Groups Work at St Michael’s Fellowship, Streatham High Road, Streatham SW16 1BW from 10.30am to 4.30pm on Wednesday 22 June. And today we are offering the remaining places at half-price (just £49.50 plus VAT per person). The cost per person is usually £99 plus VAT. This includes a sandwich lunch, teas, coffees and refreshments. 

Brochure and booking form – To secure one of these final places please complete the booking form and return to me.

If you have any questions about the Making Groups Work course, please email enquiries@bemagnificient.uk. For details of our other courses please visit our website at www.bemagnificent.uk.

Be Magnificent is a not-for-profit community interest company and all our activities will provide benefit to women, children and young people, along with the organisations that work with them.

A one day course aimed at any professional or volunteer tasked with delivering group work regularly. Wednesday, 15th June 2022 10.30am to 4.30pm.


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Pre employment course at the Earl’s Court Skills Centre

The programme is fully funded and it’s a great introduction to working in construction to include: 

  • Health and safety L1 qualification 
  • CSCS training, exam and card
  • Level 1 Certificate in Basic Construction
  • First Steps into Construction
  • Personal Wellbeing in Construction
  • Introducing Environmental Awareness and Sustainability
  • Introduction to different trades
  • Work placement onsite 
  • Support from our tutors and job coach
  • Access to employment opportunities 
  • Practical trades workshops with contractors
  • Employability sessions with employers
  • Access to employment, apprenticeships and work placement opportunities
  • Site visits
  • Guaranteed interview with employer


I’m getting in touch from the Lyric Hammersmith Theatre in regards to our START theatre programme for NEET young people aged 16 -25:

 –          A FREE 6 week course for NEET West Londoners from w/c 6th June

–          All travel and lunch provided

–          Accredited Arts Award qualification for all participants who complete the course

–          Referral based only, spaces limited

If you are in touch or work with any NEET young people with an interest in the arts/theatre, please do get in contact with me directly or use the referral form below.

Referral form: https://lyric.co.uk/young-lyric/inclusionandpathways/targeted-work-form/

Below is more information about the project:


The Lyric Hammersmith is a theatre with a national reputation for delivering life-changing programmes for young people. Our flagship programme for 16 to 25 year olds is START, an accredited six week training course for NEET (not in education, employment or training) young people with the aim of re-engaging them in education, employment or training. Throughout the six weeks 10 young people will broaden their perspectives by developing a range of characters and scenarios and rehearsing alternative behaviours in a safe environment. With two professional directors they explore issues which are relevant to their own lives and foster a group ethic of inclusivity, accessibility, encouragement, respect and affirmation whilst creating their own original piece of theatre which they will perform at the end of the course. For many this alternative form of engaging with skills development and the responsibilities of team work is the first time they have been willing to learn. This project is underpinned by an Arts Award accreditation.

I look forward to hearing from you. Please feel free to contact me on 020 8741 6822 ext 434 or email participation@lyric.co.uk

Serious About Youth (SAY), the Prince’s Trust and Laing O’Rourke are delivering an exciting free initiative for unemployed/NEET young people aged 16 – 30 years old across London called, ‘Construkt’, which is an immersive in-person programme with live opportunities attached, delivered from 6th – 17th June 2022 to give participants exposure to the wide range of great opportunities in engineering and construction.




For Mental Health Awareness Week this year, we’re raising awareness of the impact of loneliness on our mental health.

One in four adults feels lonely some or all of the time.

The longer we feel lonely, the more we are at risk of mental health problems.

By understanding different mental health problems and learning new skills and coping strategies we can start to tackle mental health problems together.

Our series of government-funded online courses is your perfect starting point to do just this…

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The Gas Safe Charity continues to offer more of their popular and free carbon monoxide awareness workshops. Aimed at front line staff and volunteers, they help people who work in the homes of vulnerable people be more aware of the risks and to help prevent poisoning taking place. The interactive workshop lasts an hour. To find out more and to book please click on this link: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/115618952399