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With the global lockdown in recent months, trading financial markets online has become increasingly popular as extreme market volatility has presented some unique opportunities for profit. But trading is not a guaranteed route to financial success – you need to spend time to understand the markets, and learn the skills required to trade successfully.
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Since last summer families have been encouraged to explore the capital with the London Curriculum Family Explorer Trails. They’re a great way for families to find out more about this brilliant city in a fun, unique and engaging way.
The London Curriculum is a fun way of teaching young people about the city, using London and all it has to offer as a classroom. Hundreds of schools in London are already enjoying the free learning resources offered through this programme.
Google: Building a digital marketing strategy – 9th March
Facebook: How to create engaging posts – 9th March
Funding London: Creating financial strategy– 10th March
British Library: Developing new business ideas at a time of change – 12th March
Working with respected partners, including Google, Facebook, The British Library and more, The London Growth Hub will be delivering a range of workshops open to Small and Medium Sized Enterprises and business owners, including:
Our workshops are free and open to all women living in London.
Workshops are a combination of teaching, group exercises and (lots of) open discussion. The workshops are held in a safe, supportive environment and you take part in discussions when you are ready.
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All our events are FREE, but the workshops will require you to book to secure your free place.
As part of this project we will continue to champion emerging talent on our open mic and offer a program of creative workshops at Harlesden Library to offer development opportunities to Brent residents. Our workshops will focus on performance, writing, editing, found poetry and artist self care. They will be led by leading, established artists and writers.
Experienced: It’s been more than five years since you left education and you’re progressing with your career. You’re regularly working in your chosen department, have a number of professional credits and might be expected to control budgets or oversee crew.
Early: You are establishing your screen industry career, have a couple of professional credits and a sense of the role or department you want to work in, even if you’re not regularly working within it yet.
The NHS in North West London is holding a series of free workshops for carers to support them in their valued role. Carers across the capital provide vital support for members of our community to live and stay well, yet often their hard work and influence is overlooked.
There are four, two day workshops set up across NW London which carers can attend. Carers would be expected to attend both sessions for each workshop. All of the workshops will run from 10am to 4pm; lunch and refreshments will be provided.
In the afternoon, there will be 2x 90min advanced sessions, where heavyweight Drum and Bass producer, Erb N Dub (aka Killer Hertz) and Tropical Jungle beatmaker DJ Hiphoppapotamus will be demonstrating their remixing techniques in the studio.
Check out the guest producers below:
Growing Food From Scraps – learn which scraps you regrow into plants in your kitchen and save waste from going in your bin.
Easy Food Growing in Small Spaces – find out which vegetables are best for beginners to try and grow as well as how to care for them in small urban spaces.