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Defiance WalkWoolwich DockyardWoolwichLondonSE18 5QL
2 tutors, one of whom is autistic, support a group of 4 autistic adults to learn simple baking skills. We cover how to make a Victoria Sandwich, small cakes, pastry, scones and olive bread (pizza). We also teach basic food hygiene such as personal hygiene, cleaning and cross contamination. The sessions run throughout the year for 10 weeks for each group of people. Sessions are 3-6pm each Wednesday. These sessions would be suitable for autistic adults of any age who have an interest in baking and who are looking to gain experience for their CVs . We aim to produce cakes for sale…
Sherard RoadElthamSE9 6EX
Digital inclusion for older people includes computer courses from beginners to improvers in a friendly environment in small groups to allow everyone to learn at their own with a supportive tutor. Learn how to use tablets sessions, learn how to make the most of the internet, skype, family history, shop , upload and print digital photos, etc. Techy club for people who have been given or purchased a smart phone, tablet, laptop, etc and don't know how to use it.
Spring RiseFalconer RoadHaverhillSuffolkCB9 7XU
AMBA is a training company that has its headquarters in London. We specialise in mandatory and compliance training, offering both Award in Education And Training courses around the UK and AET online classes. AMBA pride in delivering Security Industry Authority SIA approved Level 2 and Level 3 security courses to corporate clients and to private individuals. We encourage anyone who has an interest in the Security Industry to become a student. You will work with highly qualified instructors who have your best interests in mind.
51Powis StreetLondonSE18 6HZ
A cafe, a co-working space, a learning centre and a pop-up venue. artFix is where you come to make your project happen. A one-stop platform from conception to execution, artFix is the combination of a café, a co-working space, a learning center and a pop-up venue.Enjoy the creative content on show or create your own. Workshops cost from £5 per session, event and pop-up spaces from £20 an hour and co-working desks from £50 a month. You may join the free sessions with the resident business adviser to discuss how you may open your own business.…
The Woolwich CentreWellington StreetLondonSE18 6HQ
DO you want to be more confident speaking English? Join our free Talking, Reading & Writing Group. We meet every Monday between 10:30am to 11:30am Lynda will be available during these times to assist with basic Talking, Reading & Writing. This is first step towards ESOL learning. Please contact the library to book a place on this very popular workshop.
141Greenwich High RoadLondonSE10 8JA
Level 3 British Sign Language (Signature) Come and learn BSL Level 3 in a friendly environment. Our Level 3 BSL course is taught by a qualified and experienced Deaf tutor. The course includes 3 units: - BSL Linguistics Knowledge - Receptive Skills - Presentation and Conversation The course will go into more detail about deaf culture and the deaf community. BSL Level 3 is useful for anyone wanting to work in the deaf community and those…
Thames Innovation Centre, 2Veridion WayErithDA18 4AL
Chares is a Social Enterprise providing services to the local community, civil sector organisations and private sector businesses. We are a one-stop shop for small organisations, setting up for the first time or revamping their IT arrangements, who want to maximise social media and marketing possibilities for their organisation. We are seeking to work in partnership with other local organisations and support and link in with the Digital Cluster around Greenwich Peninsula; particularly where we can support access and development of young people, volunteers and…
C/o The Training GroundSparrows LaneElthamLondonSE9 2JR
Using the power of the football, Charlton Athletic Community Trust (CACT) works in partnership with local communities to empower individuals to improve their lives and their environment. The types of programmes delivered by CACT is under five key aims: Raising educational achievement Creating pathways to employment Building healthier lifestyles Bringing communities together Reducing Crime Please see our website for further information.
Our aim is to turn unloved and unused spaces in Charlton into productive community use. The garden at Charlton Station is our first garden and was started in April 2013. It is being developed as an organic, demonstration garden to show that food can be grown in small spaces as well as provide habitats for wildlife. Engaging the local community is key to achieving our aim. To do this, we have held Open Meetings on a regular basis to raise awareness and support. We also attend local fairs hold plant sales and run Family Learning Events to extend involvement to families and…