Spring to Equalities: Hackney Community College’s Partnership Working in supporting Mental Health
Thursday, 24 March 2016 from 12:30 to 13:45 (GMT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Spring to Equalities - Equalitiestoolkit and the Skills Funding Agency webinars 2016
Join us on 24 March for:
Hackney Community College’s Partnership Working in supporting Mental Health
This online discussion will provide an overview on how Hackney Community College’s mental health support service works in close partnership with local mental health services, in order to bridge the gap for local people experiencing severe and mild to moderate mental health conditions to engage in mainstream learning and to progress on to next level, Higher Education and employment
The webinar will be facilitated by
John McClean, Mental Health Education & Employment Coordinator and Erica Thompson, Mental Health Education & Employment Adviser at Hackney Community College.
How do I book?
Places are limited to 20, so reserve yours now. Simply select your 'ticket' and 'register'. We'll send you the meeting ID (which you need to join). You don't need to worry about setting up a password and username.
12.30 -13.30 + 15 minutes afterwards for any 1:1 questions
Join from a PC, Mac, iOS or Android
1) Download and install Zoom (or the Zoom app on your smartphone or tablet). Please check that your login and equipment are working before we start.
> https://zoom.us and download Zoom. It's a tiny bit of online meeting software that takes a couple of minutes to download and install. If you think your work firewall might block it please get your IT department to add it to your permissions.
Select the following link to join the session https://zoom.us/j/32602980062
3) Or join by phone: +44 (0) 20 3695 0088
4) Enter the meeting ID (which we'll send you when you register your place here on Eventbrite)
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- when you book, if you have any specific accessibility requirements we need to know about
- If you notice something we've missed or made difficult for you or others
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We hope you can make it and look forward to seeing you.
Festival season always brings out the best in our FACES (further, adult, community, education and skills) sector crowd. We run the Equalitiestoolkit website, free webinars and pop-up events, like this year's Festival of Identities, which took place on 10/11 May 2016. Watch the livestream and access all the presentations and resources at http://www.equalitiestoolkit.com Join us and enjoy!
Meanwhile in the background we are busy planning a month-long series of online sessions in October in support of World Mental Health Day 2017. Follow us @EqualityToolkit for daily #EqualitiesTLA ideas for FACES sector teachers across all kinds of provision and curriculum areas better embed live equalities debate and discussion in their teaching, learning and assessment (TLA).
Crowd ownership and support from Learning and Work Institute (was NIACE) and the Skills Funding Agency (SFA) means that Equalitiestoolkit ensures vital resources, including 6-years worth of case studies from provider-led equalities projects funded by the SFA from 2009-2015, are not lost when national organisations close/re-organise/change their priorities/lose funding.