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Susana Klien
05-05-2016
04:52 AM GMT
Thank you for your message. I have now left Womankind.

If your query is around Policy and Communications, please contact Claire Hickson.
 
If your query is around Programmes, please contact Sarah Masters.
 
If your query is around Fundraising, please contact Disha Sughand.
 
If your query is around Finance and Resources, please contact Tom Travers.
 
Many thanks

Susana
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Tender Education and Arts
04-05-2016
11:54 AM GMT
1 Day Course – Working with looked after children and young people who have lived with domestic violence and abuse
Fee: £95
Dates: Thursday 9th June 2016 from 9:45am to 4pm
Location: Diorama Arts Studios, 201 Drummond Street, London NW1 3FE
This course offers in-depth learning for foster carers on how to respond to the children they look after who have experienced domestic violence and abuse. Carers will develop their knowledge of the emotional impact of domestic violence on looked after children, and will gain confidence in openly discussing the impact of this on the children in their care. The course will also focus on the resilience of looked after children and the challenges faced by care leavers by examining common assumptions about domestic violence and abuse.
Please email dorota@tender.org.uk if you wish to register.
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rebecca@tender.org.uk
17-09-2014
02:01 PM GMT
Tender is Running Trainings for Fall 2014

• 13th November : Awareness and Best Practice When Working with Women Experiencing Violence and Abuse in Relationships
-This training will equip participants with an understanding of the issues women face when experiencing violence from men they know. They day will provide attendees with a greater knowledge and appreciation of the barriers faced by women who are seeking help to leave an abusive relationship. (Fee £90)

• 20th November: Working with Young People to Address Violence in Teenage Relationships
-This practical and hands-on training day will equip participants with a clear understanding of the key issues of abuse and violence in relationships and actively examine how drama techniques can be used to engage young people in these issues whilst unlocking meaningful dialogue around them. (Fee £150)

• 29-31st October: Developing and Delivering Domestic Violence Training
-This course will increase participant’s understanding of the relevant information, models, and theories required to plan and deliver basic Multi Agency Awareness and Best Practice Domestic Violence Training in a range of settings. Participants will gain research and group work skills and learn how to adapt training sessions to a diverse range of learners. The course is aimed at participants who have a good grounding in the subject and who are planning to deliver training on issues of domestic violence.
They should have some training experience or similar transferable skills. The course will also help those who have a strategic or developmental role who want to increase their ability to make presentations on domestic abuse. Over a period of up to six months after the course, you will be expected to prepare an additional portfolio of assignments with the support of our experienced trainers. This additional work is necessary in achieving the Open College Network Accredited (OCN) qualifications. The OCN is a leading national awarding body for credit based qualifications. (Fee £595)
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Tender
05-02-2014
02:56 PM GMT
Tender is Recruiting an Education Coordinator

Full-time, salary £24,000, London-based

Tender is an arts education organisation working with young people to promote healthy relationships and prevent violence and abuse.

Tender is looking for an Education Coordinator to support the delivery and evaluation of violence prevention/education work with young people in schools, pupil referral units and youth centres.

The successful candidate will work closely with the Education Manager on the administration and delivery of this programme.

The successful candidate will have experience of coordinating education projects, including managing a team of freelance workshop facilitators. They will have a good understanding of working with schools and out-of-school settings including pupil referral units and youth centres.

They will have excellent verbal and written presentational skills and a proven ability to manage a diverse and sometimes hectic workload and use initiative to make informed decisions.

The position is subject to an enhanced DBS check.

Please contact jake@tender.org.uk for a job description and details of how to apply.

Application deadline: Thursday 20th February 2014 5pm.

Interviews: 24th and 25th February 2014, in London

Tender is an equal opportunities employer
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Susana Klien
23-12-2013
04:52 AM GMT
Thank you for your message. I am on annual leave until Thursday 16th January. If you matter is urgent please contact Lee Webster to Lee@womankind.org.uk and from 8th January contact Tsitsi Matekaire to tsitsi@womankind.org.uk
Please note that our office will be closed from 24th December until the 2nd January.
Best wishes and happy new year,

Susana
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Voice of Reason*Person was signed in when posted
22-12-2013
01:04 PM GMT
Hi there,

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Deborah
11-10-2013
06:29 PM GMT
please see womensgrid.org.uk
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Deborah
11-10-2013
06:24 PM GMT
This notice board will be deactivated as women in london closed over a year ago.
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Rebecca Holmes
03-09-2013
10:32 AM GMT
Tender Education and Arts

One day training: Awareness and Good Practice when working with women experiencing violence and abuse in relationships

Dates: Thursday 14th November 2013: 9:45-4:00; Venue: Central London; Fee £90
 
This training will equip participants with an understanding of the issues women face when experiencing violence from men they know. The day will provide attendees with a greater knowledge and appreciation of the barriers faced by women who are seeking help to leave an abusive relationship. The training will enable participants to:

· Define and identify the different types of abuse.
· Understand the pressures on women to stay in violent relationships and the factors that might prevent them from seeking and securing
        the help they need.
· Explore the additional issues for women from marginalised groups.
· Examine and unpack the responsibility for violence using the power and control model.
· Address the impact on children witnessing and experiencing domestic abuse.
 
The day is aimed at staff in any agency who may be called upon to support, advise, treat, or otherwise assist a woman experiencing violence from a man she knows.


One Day Training: Working with young people to address violence in teenage relationships
Date: Thursday 21st November 2013:9:45-4:00; Venue: Central London; Fee: £150
 
This practical and hands-on training day will equip participants with a clear understanding of the key issues of abuse and violence in relationships and actively examine how drama techniques can be used to engage young people in these issues whilst unlocking meaningful dialogue around them. Tried and tested in a range of youth settings including schools, youth centres and pupil referral units, these exercises have proven to be an extremely successful method to reach young people. Facilitators with a wealth of experience in delivering issue-based projects will deliver the training. This training will:
 
· Give participants a theoretical understanding of different types of abuse, the excuses perpetrators give and the extraordinary pressure on
       victims to stay in abusive relationships through our gendered model.
· Practically explore exercises that can be used to engage young people.
· Explore how the activities can be applied in a variety of youth settings, and learn effective techniques for engaging and encouraging
       young people to participate.
· Trouble shoot particular barriers participants have encountered when carrying out this kind of violence prevention work.
       The day is aimed at professionals working directly with young people. Participants do not need to have previous experience of drama or
       theatre to take part in the day.
 
 Developing and Delivering Domestic Violence Training
Dates: Wednesday 27th to Friday 29th November 2013; Venue: Central London; Fee: £595

“I found the training a great use of time because it equipped me for a job I found myself having to do more and more; delivering lots of training. Now I go into agencies as Domestic Violence Coordinator, delivering be-spoke training and ensuring the approach taken in Haringey is joined-up, holistic and based on best practice” - Deirdre Cregan, Domestic and Gender-based Violence Co-ordinator, London Borough of Haringey
The course will increase participants’ understanding of the relevant information, models and theories required to plan and deliver basic Multi Agency Awareness and Best Practice Domestic Violence Training in a range of settings. Participants will gain research and group work skills and learn how to adapt training sessions to a diverse range of learners.

The course is aimed at participants who have a good grounding in the subject and who are planning to deliver training on issues of domestic violence. They should have some training experience or similar transferable skills. The course will also help those who have a strategic or developmental role who want to increase their ability to make presentations on domestic abuse.

Over a period of up to six months after the course, you will be expected to prepare an additional portfolio of assignments with the support of our experienced trainers. This additional work is necessary in achieving the Open College Network Accredited (OCN) qualifications. The OCN is a leading national awarding body for credit based qualifications. For further information about the OCN, please visit their website: http://www.ocnyhr.org.uk/

We offer this training to individuals but on-site consulting for agencies and organisations can be also arranged. To find out more or discuss your training needs, please contact Rebecca on 020 7433 7227 or email rebecca@tender.org.uk


Remember Tender can always respond to the individual training needs of organisations and develop tailor made training packages.
 
To request a booking form or some more information please email rebecca@tender.org.uk
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Rebecca Holmes
13-05-2013
10:30 AM GMT
Tender Education and Arts

One day training: Awareness and Good Practice when working with women experiencing violence and abuse in relationships

Dates: Thursday 13th June 2013: 9:45-4:00; Venue: Central London; Fee £90
 
This training will equip participants with an understanding of the issues women face when experiencing violence from men they know. The day will provide attendees with a greater knowledge and appreciation of the barriers faced by women who are seeking help to leave an abusive relationship. The training will enable participants to:

· Define and identify the different types of abuse.
· Understand the pressures on women to stay in violent relationships and the factors that might prevent them from seeking and securing
        the help they need.
· Explore the additional issues for women from marginalised groups.
· Examine and unpack the responsibility for violence using the power and control model.
· Address the impact on children witnessing and experiencing domestic abuse.
 
The day is aimed at staff in any agency who may be called upon to support, advise, treat, or otherwise assist a woman experiencing violence from a man she knows.


One Day Training: Working with young people to address violence in teenage relationships
Date: Thursday 20th June 2013:9:45-4:00; Venue: Central London; Fee: £150
 
This practical and hands-on training day will equip participants with a clear understanding of the key issues of abuse and violence in relationships and actively examine how drama techniques can be used to engage young people in these issues whilst unlocking meaningful dialogue around them. Tried and tested in a range of youth settings including schools, youth centres and pupil referral units, these exercises have proven to be an extremely successful method to reach young people. Facilitators with a wealth of experience in delivering issue-based projects will deliver the training. This training will:
 
· Give participants a theoretical understanding of different types of abuse, the excuses perpetrators give and the extraordinary pressure on
       victims to stay in abusive relationships through our gendered model.
· Practically explore exercises that can be used to engage young people.
· Explore how the activities can be applied in a variety of youth settings, and learn effective techniques for engaging and encouraging
       young people to participate.
· Trouble shoot particular barriers participants have encountered when carrying out this kind of violence prevention work.
       The day is aimed at professionals working directly with young people. Participants do not need to have previous experience of drama or
       theatre to take part in the day.
 
 
Remember Tender can always respond to the individual training needs of organisations and develop tailor made training packages. We also provide on-site consulting for agencies and organisations. To find out more please contact Dorota Small on 020 7431 7227 or email dorota@tender.org.uk
 
To request a booking form or some more information please email rebecca@tender.org.uk
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Dorota Small
04-01-2013
10:32 AM GMT
Tender Education and Arts

Developing and Delivering Domestic Violence Training
Dates: Wednesday 27th to Friday 1st March 2013; Venue: Central London; Fee: £595

“I found the training a great use of time because it equipped me for a job I found myself having to do more and more; delivering lots of training. Now I go into agencies as Domestic Violence Coordinator, delivering be-spoke training and ensuring the approach taken in Haringey is joined-up, holistic and based on best practice” - Deirdre Cregan, Domestic and Gender-based Violence Co-ordinator, London Borough of Haringey
The course will increase participants’ understanding of the relevant information, models and theories required to plan and deliver basic Multi Agency Awareness and Best Practice Domestic Violence Training in a range of settings. Participants will gain research and group work skills and learn how to adapt training sessions to a diverse range of learners.

The course is aimed at participants who have a good grounding in the subject and who are planning to deliver training on issues of domestic violence. They should have some training experience or similar transferable skills. The course will also help those who have a strategic or developmental role who want to increase their ability to make presentations on domestic abuse.

Over a period of up to six months after the course, you will be expected to prepare an additional portfolio of assignments with the support of our experienced trainers. This additional work is necessary in achieving the Open College Network Accredited (OCN) qualifications. The OCN is a leading national awarding body for credit based qualifications. For further information about the OCN, please visit their website: http://www.ocnyhr.org.uk/

We offer this training to individuals but on-site consulting for agencies and organisations can be also arranged. To find out more or discuss your training needs, please contact Dorota Small on 020 7431 7227 or email dorota@tender.org.uk


Tender can always respond to individual training needs of organisations and develop tailor made packages of training; we provide on-site consulting for agencies and organisations. To find out more please contact Dorota Small on 020 7431 7227 or email dorota@tender.org.uk

To request a booking form or some more information please email bernie@tender.org.uk
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Dorota Small
04-01-2013
10:31 AM GMT
Tender Education and Arts

One Day Training: Working with young people to address violence in teenage relationships
Date: Thursday 21st February 2013; Venue: Central London; Fee: £150

This very practical day will equip participants with a clear understanding of the key issues of abuse and violence in relationships and practically examine how drama techniques can be used to engage young people in these issues. These exercises have been tried and tested in a range of youth settings including schools, youth centres and pupil referral units and the training will be delivered by facilitators with a wealth of experience in delivering issue based projects. This training will:

• Give participants a theoretical understanding of issues such as different types of abuse, the excuses perpetrators give and the pressures on victims to stay in abusive relationships through our gendered model.
• Practically explore exercises that can be used to engage young people.
• Explore how the activities can be applied in a variety of youth settings, and learn effective techniques for engaging and encouraging young people to participate.
• Trouble shoot particular barriers participants have encountered when carrying out this kind of violence prevention work.

The day is aimed at professionals working directly with young people. Participants do not need to have previous experience of drama or theatre to take part in the day.

Tender can always respond to individual training needs of organisations and develop tailor made packages of training; we provide on-site consulting for agencies and organisations. To find out more please contact Dorota Small on 020 7431 7227 or email dorota@tender.org.uk

To request a booking form or some more information please email bernie@tender.org.uk
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Dorota Small
04-01-2013
10:30 AM GMT
Tender Education and Arts

One day training: Awareness and Good Practice when working with women experiencing violence and abuse in relationships
Dates: Thursday 14th February 2013; Venue: Central London; Fee £90

This training will equip participants with an understanding of the issues for women experiencing violence from men they know. The day will give attendees an appreciation of the barriers faced by women seeking help to leave an abusive relationship. The training will enable participants to:
 
• Define the different types of abuse.
• Understand the pressures on women to stay in violent relationships and what might prevent them from seeking and securing the help they need.
• Explore the additional issues for women from marginalised groups.
• Examine the responsibility for violence using the power and control model.
• Address the impact on children witnessing and experiencing domestic abuse.

The day is aimed at staff in any agency who may be called upon to support, advise, treat, or otherwise assist a woman experiencing violence from a man she knows.

We offer this training to individuals but on-site consulting for agencies and organisations can be also arranged. To find out more or discuss your training needs, please contact Dorota Small on 020 7431 7227 or email dorota@tender.org.uk


Tender can always respond to individual training needs of organisations and develop tailor made packages of training; we provide on-site consulting for agencies and organisations. To find out more please contact Dorota Small on 020 7431 7227 or email dorota@tender.org.uk

To request a booking form or some more information please email bernie@tender.org.uk
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Dorota Small
04-01-2013
10:28 AM GMT
Tender Education and Arts

One Day Training: Working effectively in and with Schools: a practical approach to successful partnerships with schools
Date: Thursday 7th February 2013; Venue: Central London; Fee: £150

This training programme is designed to equip participants with the skills and knowledge around:
• Making initial contact with schools – strategies and methods
• Working with key teachers; Maintaining relationships once a project is underway
• Secondary, Primary, Special, Pupil Referral Units – identifying their differing needs
• School-speak; becoming familiar with the language that schools and teachers use
• Developing and delivering teacher training

The day is aimed at staff in any organisation that may be starting to work directly in primary, secondary, special schools and pupil referral units.

We offer this training to individuals but on-site consulting for agencies and organisations can be also arranged. To find out more or discuss your training needs, please contact Dorota Small on 020 7431 7227 or email dorota@tender.org.uk


Tender can always respond to individual training needs of organisations and develop tailor made packages of training; we provide on-site consulting for agencies and organisations. To find out more please contact Dorota Small on 020 7431 7227 or email dorota@tender.org.uk

To request a booking form or some more information please email bernie@tender.org.uk
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