Issue 7 - 20/01/14
MINI FOOTBALL Job Introduction
Confident football coach required. If you are fun, outgoing, energetic and great with children, then please phone or email us a CV.
Are you ready for the ultimate job?
If you are fun, confident, great with children, have the ability to coach football and have a lively and outgoing personality, then we would like to hear from you. If you are 100% reliable, punctual and have a genuine passion for children, then maybe it's time to get in contact with Mini Football.
You must have fantastic verbal communication skills, be able to show patience, have bags of energy and be physically fit enough to coach and run a class of young children aged between 2-6 years old.
Previous experience coaching or training young children is desirable. FA level 1 or equivalent preferred.
An enhanced police disclosure will be required.
What the job requires of you
You will be working with children aged between 2-6, within a specific school.
It is an hour per session.
You must be able to aid children with their basic football techniques
Help build their confidence and social skills with encouragement.
You must deliver your sessions with enthusiasm, confidence and high energy
Must be able to motivate children through carrying out the Mini Football fun sessions
Part time work- £15 Per hour plus bonuses
Art, society and medicine: Architecture as medicine
Presented in collaboration with the Royal Academy of Arts
Wednesday 29 January, 6.00pm
Royal Society of Medicine, London
Free evening lecture
New to 2014, the RSM is delighted to announce a new public lecture series “Art, society and medicine”, presented in collaboration with the Royal Academy of Arts. Free to attend, the inaugural lecture “Architecture as medicine” will be given by Sunand Prasad, Senior Partner of architectural practice Penoyre and Prasad, on the design of hospitals.
Sunand has played a central role in the design and delivery of the practice's 300 plus projects, many of them of health care buildings. A leading figure in architecture, Sunand has guided CABE’s “Healthy Hospitals” campaign (2005) and reviewed the design of major hospital schemes. He has edited “Changing Hospital Architecture” (2008) and recently chaired the UK Design Council’s Advisory Board on its project to improve A&E departments.
Hospitals have developed so much since the 19th century; there are many new modern hospitals being built which require an intensive collaborative process on the part of the architect. In this lecture, Sunand will explore how architects go about the complex process of designing a hospital that covers all the constituencies involved in delivering health care and running a hospital.
Register now to book your free place for the first lecture in this exciting new series.
please email Jake Moss at email@example.com to be put in touch with registration.
Volunteers with high blood pressure are needed for a study evaluating the effects of hypertension treatment on the health of small and large blood vessels. You can participate in the study if you have high blood pressure and have not been on any treatment or have been off treatment for 8 weeks or more. Volunteers would need to attend the Blood Pressure Unit, St. Georges Hospital on 4 occasions and will be treated with either Candesartan or Amlodipine for a total duration of 10 weeks.
Measurements used in the study are non-invasive and totally painless, these include capillary videomicroscopy, central aortic pressure and pulse wave velocity measurements. For further information please contact Mr Raghuraman on 0208 725 1562 or 0208 725 0650. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org