Knowledge Quarter is delighted to announce that we will hold a session at this year’s The Unusual Suspects Festival which is being held from 14th-16th June. The festival is a unique set of collaborative events, hosted by different organisations from a variety of sectors, across different venues in a city.
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You can’t turn on the television or scroll through Facebook these days without the topic of mental health being featured. Whether the focus is NHS funding or our young royals doing their bit to help reduce stigma, it is everywhere. We know that one in four of us will experience a mental health problem in our lifetime, whilst recent research suggests that as many as 77% of employees said they had experienced symptoms of poor mental health at some point in their lives.
Employers in the library and information sector have confirmed that they will develop new apprenticeship standards with support from CILIP and other key sector bodies. A survey about vocational standards and training to test potential take up and understand the needs of the sector has been published.
Knowledge Quarter partner Fitzrovia Youth in Action (FYA) Lunchtime league is nearing its completion and there are now looking for new teams to join the next league.
Knowledge Quarter partner Impact Hub King’s Cross has just released their Impact Report for 2015-2016. Encapsulating the year through members stories, the report highlights the connectivity and collaboration that enables the Impact Hub community to become drivers of change.
Knowledge Quarter partner Poet in the City is looking for a talented Programme Manager to deliver its programme of events, commissions and participation work, through curation, project management and marketing.
Get involved in the national 2017 Being Human festival of the humanities (17-25 November)! Being Human is run by the School of Advanced Study, University of London, in partnership with the Arts and Humanities Research Council and the British Academy.
The KQ Apprenticeships programme is seeking partners to provide short work placements to young residents with the passion and drive to work within the Knowledge Quarter.
The WMC has provided for the needs of adult learners for over 160 years. We are recruiting a number of governors to join the Board as some of our current long-serving governors are stepping down.
The Foundling Museum is delighted to announce that award-winning poet, playwright and author Lemn Sissay, MBE has been appointed to its Board of Trustees.