Cancer Research UK’s Crick abseil is back for a second year – bigger and better, spread over two days and aiming to double the incredible £46k raised last year. Sign up today to enjoy a discounted Early Bird offer of £20 as well as receiving a free t-shirt, simply for signing up. Early Bird entries are limited so to guarantee this discounted price and free t-shirt, sign up today before it’s too late.
About Noshin Sultan
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The C&I Recovery College is an educational establishment providing training courses around health & wellbeing. The Recovery College Board took over from the College advisory steering group which was formed prior to the opening of the college in September 2014. This year, three board members have come to the end of their elected term, so they are looking to elect three new members to these positions.
Camden Council want to hear from the business community as they refresh their priorities for the next seven years. Let them know what’s important to your business and what you would like Camden to look like in 2025 by filling in their online survey.
C&I Wellbeing is a local provider of expert mental health awareness training and workshops for organisations, and for the start of a new year would like to offer our Knowledge Quarter partners a discount on our services. C&I Wellbeing comprises psychologists and psychological therapists who also work for Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust (C&I), the largest provider of mental health services for residents in Camden and Islington. We are now offering our expertise to organisations who wish to support the mental wellbeing of their own staff.
Knowledge Quarter partner Charles Dickens Museum are looking for a highly motivated, practical and creative individual to join their team as the Museum’s Technician. The successful candidate will work with the Commercial & Operations Manager to implement a programme for building maintenance, security and fire prevention. The deadline for applications is Friday 19th January 2018.
A national three day festival for All Artists be they Parents, Teachers, Creatives, Students or Business People. Celebrating the power of Creativity, Technology and People to Inspire Children, Innovate Business and Engage Community. A collaboration with venues and organisations across King’s Cross including Havas, The RSA, SSAT, The Creative Industries Federation, The Guardian, TES, NetMums, Drum and Knowledge Quarter partners Camden Council, Google, The British Library and Regent High School.
To inform our Government Science and Innovation Audit, we are seeking evidence from businesses, universities, research institutes, major cultural organisations and other expert stakeholders.
Ideas Hub is a free week-long programme of activities and workshops exploring the links between science, medicine, life and art. Here, you’ll join people from all sorts of backgrounds for creative exercises, project work, and talks with a diverse range of experts. Ideas Hub will give you a unique opportunity to reimagine what your future could hold. It will take place in The Hub at Wellcome Collection from 3 – 7 September 2018.
The Knowledge Quarter has been recognised in two important draft Government strategies – the Government’s Industrial Strategy White Paper and the Mayor of London’s Economic Development Strategy. This is a result of months of policy work from the Knowledge Quarter in championing the national and international significance of innovation districts.
Knowledge Quarter partners had the opportunity to meet with Tom Venner, Commercial Development Director for HS2. The event, organised by the Knowledge Quarter was held at Bennetts Associates this morning (15 December 2017). As Commercial Development Director for HS2 Tom Venner will preside over one of the largest on-going development projects in London.