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  • Successful Mums: Helping you build an inclusive workforce

    Through a ‘Women Returners Project’ funded by the Mayor of London, Successful Mums Career Academy is offering companies the chance to reach thousands of potential candidates free of charge.  All employers who sign up to the project, can advertise vacancies on the Successful Mums job board for 12 months, which actively targets skilled parents looking for work.   Successful Mums provides employers with a suite of materials including advice, online training, and menopause policies. No catch, no cost. The project is aimed at forward-thinking employers loo...
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  • Job roles at Mytime Active

    Mytime Active run a number of leisure centres around the borough.  They have some current job vacancies at their facilities including a lifeguard apprenticeship role at West Wickham Leisure Centre. Click here to view details of the lifeguard apprenticeship role at West Wickham Leisure Centre Click here to view details of current vacancies at Mytime Active
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  • Volunteer as a Special Constable with Kent Police

    Special constables are volunteer police officers who make Kent safer.  Could you use your spare time to help fight crime and support your local community? Candidates must be at least 18 years old and able to commit to a minimum of 16 hours a month, however they can use this role to progress and eventually become a Paid Police Constable (if they wish to).  Volunteering as a special constable is a great way to build relationships and develop new skills.  Full training is provided.  For further information and details of how to apply, please visit the website: Special constable | Kent Police  
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  • Police Encounter Panels

    The Met Police are recruiting for their new Police Encounter Panels. What are Police Encounter Panels? Police Encounter Panels are being created to give communities an opportunity to feedback on policing encounters, by watching Body Worn Video footage and offering their views on what went well or what the Met could improve. The panels will work on Sutton, Bromley and Croydon and will comprise of independent community members, senior police officers and the Met Federation or appropriate staff support associations. Why do we need Police Encounter Panels? The main purpose of these panels is to improve public trust and confidence in the Met, by allowing the community to offer appropriate scrutiny and feedback of policing encounters. The panels aim to do this by: incorporating the community experience of policing using these experiences to improve the way officers understand interactions with the public allowing local communities to review broader aspects of local policing practice How to ge...
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  • Bromley Y webinars for young people

    Bromley Y is a Mental Health & Emotional Wellbeing Service for Children and Young People.  Please see below links to sessions offered by Bromley Y.  These sessions are available free to all Bromley residents or Bromley school attendees.  Wellbeing Webinars for young people (Anxiety, Worry, Low mood) Understanding and Managing Anxiety webinar for young people Understanding and Managing Worry webinar for young people Understanding and Managing Low Mood webinar for young people Community mentoring scheme School Poster The Signpost Poster To book please click on the link below. 2022 Bromley Y calendar template (
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