Is your business in the creative sector or looking for creative skills in your team and looking to enhance your workforce by training and building extra capacity?
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Inspire Lewisham will be working closely with employers to design and offer short term paid placements and longer-term jobs in the creative industries.
If you are working in the creative industries sector or you need creative skills in your company, we want to hear from you.
Reasons to join
- Inspire the next generation of creative talent
- Gain invaluable training on diversity and capacity building
- Add capacity to your business by providing placements and jobs
- Get to work with leading organisations
- Network with other like-minded businesses at events
Next training dates please get in touch inspirelewisham (@gold.ac.uk) if you would like to join the project and reserve a spot!
Employment workshop - Review and Design Placements: 27 April online
- How to get the most out of your work placement candidate
- Top Tips on hosting a work placement
- Work Experience Agreement
- Create JD
- Eligibility checks
- Complete relevant paperwork
9 June, 20 July, 29 August and 11 October
Unconscious race related bias delivered: 29 June online
- Delivered by Inspire Lewisham project partner Do It Now Now
- Reflect on the current systems they have in place
- Dive deeper into Intersectional Identity and Dimensions of Diversity
- Learn more about best practice
- Get access to additional support and materials
The information you provide when you write to us or complete and submit one of our enquiry forms will only be used to respond to your enquiry and tell you more about Inspire Lewisham.
Inspire Lewisham is a project funded by the European Social Fund (ESF) aimed at helping Lewisham residents develop skills and find employment within the creative industries sector. As a European Social Fund (ESF) grant beneficiary organisation, Goldsmiths, University of London is a data processor in respect to your personal information. Further information on the processing of personal data under the European Social Fund can be found at: https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/704535/018-18_General_Data_Protection_Regulation__GDPR__and_ESF.pdf
For the purposes of data protection law, the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) is the data controller in determining how your personal information is processed. More information about how and why DWP uses your personal information, including how to ask for a copy of the personal information DWP holds about you can be found in DWP’s Personal Information Charter at: https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/department-for-work-pensions/about/personal-information-charter.
Your personal data will be kept safe and secure, only authorised individuals will have access to it and it will be permanently deleted when it is no longer needed. Should you have any concerns about your personal data at Goldsmiths please contact the Data Protection Officer by email dp (@gold.ac.uk).