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Active for All Afternoon, Saturday 1st February 

Everyone Active Hart Leisure Centre in Fleet is holding an “Active For All Afternoon” on Saturday 1st February, from 1.00 – 4.00pm.

This event is designed for families with disabled children and children with additional needs to come along and try a range of activities.

Activities include gymnastics, multisport, football and swimming! Paralympic swimming champion Sascha Kindred will be joining us on the day!

Booking is advised. For more information please contact Hart Leisure Centre 03330 050 134 or email hartinfo@everyoneactive.com

 

Supporting Families - Showcase

Please see details here about a drop-in event at Hart District Council on Tuesday 4th February.

 

Half-Term Football camp

Please see this link for a football camp being held during the February half-term at Peter Driver.

 

Course - Left to their own devices?

Most parents recognise the benefits of the digital world but worry about the risks for their children and teenagers – dangers like screen addiction, online bullying, access to porn and paedophiles masquerading as online friends.  At last, help is at hand!  Care for the Family has been running ‘Left to Their Own Devices?’ events across the UK and on Thursday 19th March they’re coming to Farnborough!

  • Thursday 19th March, 2020, 7:30pm-10.00pm (doors open 7.00pm)
  • Village Hotel Farnborough, Farnborough Business Park, Pinehurst Road, GU14 7BF

The presenters are Katharine Hill, UK Director of Care for the Family who is a well-known speaker, broadcaster and author, and Sim Dendy, a popular presenter and communicator with over 20 years’ experience of working with children, young people and their parents.

For more information or to book tickets, go online at www.cff.org.uk/owndevices or ring 029 2081 0800.

 

BAE Systems teams up with STEM Returners again to attract a new cohort of returning STEM professionals

Have you taken a career break from an engineering or a technical sector and wish to return? Are you working below your experience in a different sector? Do you have an engineering or technical degree that you aren’t using? Do you just wish to transfer sectors but don’t have any experience? If so this could be the opportunity for you!  After the unprecedented success of the first 2 programmes where 100% of returners were offered permanent roles, we are currently sourcing candidates for the new BAE Systems ‘STEM Returners’ programme, a 13 week, fully paid and supported return to work programme starting in March 2020 in Portsmouth.  All candidates will also have the opportunity to obtain a permanent role at the end of the programme.  No career break is too long, register to return to STEM today! For more information please visit www.stemreturners.com or email hello@stemreturners.com.

More information on the programme is also available here: https://www.stemreturners.com/2020/01/17/bae-systems-teams-stem-returners-portsmouth/

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