Calderdale 2022 Apprenticeship Event with C+K Careers


Join C+K Careers at the Shay Stadium in Halifax for the 2022 Apprenticeship Fair!

 

C+K are organising the Calderdale 2022 Apprenticeship event, taking place on Thursday 24th March 2022 from 4-8pm at The Shay Stadium, Halifax. This annual event provides visitors with the opportunity to talk to employers, colleges, and apprenticeship providers to find out about their vacancies and companies.

This year sees the return of our face-to-face events. The event is a ticketed event and visitors will need to register for tickets to attend to attend.

Students and their parents/carers will be able to talk to exhibitors and current apprentices. They will be able to access information, leaflets, details of live vacancies and C+K Careers advisers will be on hand to give individual advice and guidance.  All students are encouraged to attend, even if they have an idea of their future plans.

Information to help schools to promote the event to their students has been sent into school and all Year 11 students in Calderdale will receive an email inviting them to the event.

Young people and their parents/carers are encouraged to book tickets for the event here: https://caldappevent2022.eventbrite.co.uk and must only attend during the allocated time slot they book on to. Please note for safety reason, only one parent/carer will be permitted to attend with the young person.

Our event sponsors include CCS Media and Kirklees College. Other exhibitors include: The RAF, Morgan Sindall Construction, Walter Dawson & Son, Crossroads Bus & Truck, White Rose Beauty College, Lubrizol, BASF PLc, Arup, Buy it Direct and Covea Insurance with more to be announced.

For more information about the event, contact the events team – events@ckcareers.org.uk or check out our website MyDirections | Calderdale Apprenticeship Event 2022

If you have any queries about the event, please call C+K on 01484 213856 or email events@ckcareers.org.uk

Delightful Dance fun at the Orange Box February 25th

    

Time Out Calderdale and Curious Motion come to the Orange Box in Halifax to introduce you to dance through fun sequences and activities with time to create your own ideas and find out how you like to move.

This workshop is aimed at young people and it is designed to be accessible to all capabilities.

Booking is essential. To book your place, email timeoutbookings@healthymindscalderdale.co.uk

Download Delightful Dance pdf

Venue: Orange Box young people’s centre, 1 Blackledge, Halifax, HX1 1AF

Dance classes for 12 – 16 year olds with Dance United Yorkshire

Are you 12 – 16 years old and passionate about dancing? Take your love for dance to the next level with Dance United Yorkshire Performance Company!

Starting Friday the 14th of May, there will be FREE weekly classes for young persons who have a love for dance. The classes lead to high quality performances.

Classes run each Friday from 5pm to 6.30 pm at
Bazzmatazz Dance Studio, Berwick St. Mills, 23 Square Road, Halifax HX1 1QG

For more details and to book, contact Romina on 07539 154709

Places are limited so get in touch now to book a place!

 

 

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Children’s Mental Health Week – Help Shape Local Mental Health Services – Young persons survey

Are you aged between 9 – 25?

Do you live or go to school/college in Calderdale?

If so, please could we ask you to take part in this opportunity to have your say on helping shape local mental health services. The survey is open from Friday 7th February until Friday 6th March 2020. Please find the link to the survey here

Open Minds

 

The information gathered is confidential, meaning we can’t identify you from what you tell us.

We will use the information to help us further improve mental health services
for children and young people in Calderdale.

We, the young people’s Tough Times Reference Group, have released this survey during Children’s Mental Health Week. This is to collect views from all children and young people on emotions and mental health support with the aim to help shape and improve services. We would like everyone who takes part in this survey to know its anonymous, and the results will be shared with managers of services that will listen and take these results from this survey seriously.

 

We hope to get a 1000 voices and would appreciate everyone’s help to achieve this

Thank you

Calderdale’s Young People’s Tough Times Reference Group

 

Open Minds Calderdale

 

Part of Calderdale Open Minds 

 

Calderdale Citizens Advice help with employability skills for 16-20 year olds

Do you know someone between the ages of 16 and 20 who wants to improve their employability skills?

Or maybe they want to gain valuable experience whilst making a real difference to people living in Calderdale?

If you know someone who might want to take advantage of this exciting opportunity or simply have a chat about the options available, contact us using our website at https://calderdalecab.org.uk/contact-us/ .

We are able to deliver this project thanks to a grant from the Community Foundation for Calderdale through the #project and The Big Lottery

2019 Easter Bonnet Parade at Ash Green School

Everybody welcome to get involved with the 2019 Easter Bonnet Parade in Mixenden. starting at Ash Green School upper site, Clough Lane, Mixenden, HX2 8SN on Monday 8 April 2019, 4:00pm-5:15pm. The route will be the same as last year walking through Mixenden to the Holy Nativity Church.

Includes raffle and prizes for best bonnets and the event will finish at the church where refreshments such as hotdogs, bacon butties, pizza, cakes, tea, coffee and juice can be purchased.

Moorside Junior Wardens conduct speed checks on Keighley Road

Karen Scanlon, from the Ovenden Initiative, arranged for Junior Wardens from Moorside Community Primary School’s to go out with the speed camera to get an idea of how road users are driving in the area of our local schools.

Joined by Dan Marham, Ovenden Initiative and Calderdale Council Community Warden Lee Ackroyd, the session began with Junior Wardens  using the camera on Keighley Road where the responsible drivers received a thumbs up as they passed, and the not so responsible drivers getting a thumbs down!

From the 289 cars recorded, only two of those were driving in excess of the 30mph speed limit and one of which was an emergency vehicle much to the Wardens amusement.

Future speed checks will continue to take place throughout North and East Halifax with both Junior Warden Groups and in partnership with West Yorkshire Police in ongoing work to tackle nuisance vehicles in the area.