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Temporary home required for Bassett Hound and Shepherd mix
Category: Pets - Re-home A Pet
Views: 1096
Responses: 2
Have you ever wanted to look after two sweet dogs and not have to worry about the cost of feeding them or vet bills. My dogs are returning to the UK and need a temporary home until their dad can find a home of his own. Unfortunately, my building does not allow pets at all. One is a Bassett Hound, Avery the other a Red Shepherd mix. (Randy) (They're American!) They are both rescue dog, the Bassett lived on the streets for a few years, and as such is slightly nervous. The Shepherd mix is more confident and definitely the protector of the two. The ideal environment would be a home with a completely fenced in garden where the boys could play in the day. They do love to walk and are leash trained. (Although once the Bassett gets a scent, he does tend to want to follow it...! They've not been brought up around children, especially small children, and so a house with youngsters wouldn't work. They get on well with other dogs (though Randy has to be introduced slowly, he's very protective of his older brother. They're well trained not to sit on furniture etc, are good meeting new people, and rarely bark, unless they hear a door bell:) They're loving friendly dogs and like nothing better than being with people. The ideal home would also be quite close to me in London, so that I could visit the boys. I would pay for all food and any other associated cost and also something for the minor inconvenience they'd cause. Ideally, I'd like to find a home for them in December. They'll be arriving in London on 1 January. Please get in touch for further details
Home Wanted for Lovely Cat
Category: Pets - Re-home A Pet
Views: 1088
Responses: 1
I need a good home for a lovely female cat of 10 years old. She is a gentle soul, quite nervous and is quite happy to be a house-cat although she can go out. She is quite nervous of other animals so would not be a suitable companion for other pets. Leela would be an ideal companion for someone who is home-bound or lives in a flat. She is affectionate but like all cats it is on her terms only. She loves being brushed and likes nothing more tan being stroked whilst you are watching television. She is actually a good mouser and when I lived in the country, she would often bring back field mice and other prey. Leela is a spayed Queen and has had all the relevant injections. She is house-trained and uses a litter-tray. She does prefer to eat pouched wet food and does take high quality biscuits like Iams or Purina. She is picky with her food and will not eat cooked food like chicken or fish when put into her tray. But, she will take it as morsels when you are eating. Because of her nervous nature, she would not be suitable with young children, Ideally suit a single person who goes out to work but is not often away or an older house-bound person. Leela is a lovely companion. She is available to a good home and an owner who will take good care of her. I do not seek payment and I am happy to give food-bowls, litter tray and a good quality carrying box. She is a small cat and although she is 11 years old, many people confuse her for a kitten. So if you would like a quiet cat who is a good companion, please get in touch. I am keen she goes to a good home and I can be assured that she will be well cared for. I am reluctantly homing her because I find I am away from home quite often plus I am developing an allergy to her fur.ing and also provide a telephone number. Please reply with some details about the circumstances in which she will be living and your contact details. Kind regards David
Children Choir Singing Sessions
Category: London Community Stuff - Classes & Workshops
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For kids from 5 – 12 years 10th November – 16th December 2012 Learn folk and Gypsy songs from Eastern Europe and the Balkans and perform with the London Gypsy Orchestra at the Winter Children’s Concert at Hoxton Hall/Hackney Where: Hoxton Hall, 130 Hoxton Street, London N1 6SH When: Choir workshops on Saturday mornings, from 10.15 – 11.45 am on 10th, 17th, 24th November, 1st, 8th December. Rehearsal (1pm) and Concert (3pm) on the 16th December Costs: £25 for all classes and participation in the concert LGO will provide1 free ticket for each child for a parent or guardian for the concert. Reduced fee for siblings. Alternatively you could help with the activities in exchange for a free space. About the Choir Workshops: Music is a great way to make new friends and spend your free time. The Children Choir workshops are an amazing opportunity to learn new songs from different countries and give you the chance to play with musicians of the London Gypsy Orchestra! More Benefits: Making music betters many aspects of a child's life. It doesn't only decrease anti-social behaviour by building self confidence and social skills, but also improves academic achievements in different subjects such as maths and languages. The choir will be taught by professional musicians; all tutors are CRB checked and are highly experienced in working with children. Gundula is the Director, violinist and singer of the LGO. Her past singing and music workshops teaching Eastern European and Balkan Gypsy have a reputation for their musical uplift and educational value. She learns most of her music from native people by ear, and acquired in the last 20 years a huge repertoire of wonderful songs. Evrah has been lead vocalist with the London Gypsy Orchestra since it began in 2005, singing in Romany as well as numerous Eastern European languages and styles. See more at www.evrah.org.uk or tickets and general enquiries, please contact Veronica Romani: Email londongypsyorch@gmail.com Tel +44 (0)7845777942 For more information visit the London Gypsy Orchestra official website: http://www.londongypsyorchestra.co.uk or http://magicmusicmaking.co.uk/
Free Forklift training for the unemployed on benefits
Category: London Community Stuff - Classes & Workshops
Views: 830
Responses: 1
Do you need a licence to operate forklift machines? As fun as operating a forklift sounds, it carries with it a certain amount of responsibility. That’s why you need a licence to operate these machines. Completing this course will give you the necessary certificate – and a foot in the door when securing a job as a retail merchandiser. Who is this course for? This course is for designed for people who wish to work in the retail sector as a forklift operator and require a licence to do so. What will you get out of it? After completing this course, you will have the skills and certificate necessary to get a job as a retail merchandiser. Qualifications gained BTEC Award in Retail knowledge BTEC Certificate in Team Leading What will you learn? An understanding of retail merchandising, including: Customer service in the retail sector The retail selling process How individuals and teams contribute to the effectiveness of a retail business How a retail business maintains health and safety on its premises. Team leading skills giving you the knowledge and personal attributes you need to become a team leader or get a job in a managerial position. Attending our courses is absolutely free. To get a place, you first need to register for an Assessment Day below at one of our training centres. Just pick the most convenient place and time for you, and then turn up with your documentation Proof of ID: passport or birth certificate . Proof of benefits: JSA award letter from JCP or bank statement showing your JSA payment not older than 2 months. Proof of address). If you can prove your eligibility by bringing in all the necessary documents and you pass the initial assessment exam, you will be invited to enrol into the course. We'll drop you an e-mail explaining the things you need to bring after you've chosen your time and place. If you are interested in applying for this course please visit: www.free2learn.org.uk or call us on 02085259430
Free SIA Close Protection training for the unemployed
Category: London Community Stuff - Classes & Workshops
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The Free2Learn Close Protection course is open to individuals that can meet the following criteria: Have a minimum of 2 years security experience (preferably in a management or supervisory role) Or have an Ex-Forces or Police background. Claiming JSA or other income-related benefits (proof will be required) Over 19 yrs old from August 2012 Resident in the UK or EU for the past 3 years with the right to work in the UK. Ideally hold a valid driving licence. (Please note that if you do not meet the above criteria then you will not be invited for assessment). If you feel you meet the criteria then we ask you to submit your CV to Mike@free2learn.org.uk where if successful you will be invited to attend an assessment. With many troops being pulled out of military service, this job market is becoming more competitive. It’s more important than ever to have the right qualifications in the private security industry. Who is this course for? This course is designed for people who want to work as a close protection officer and therefore require a licence to practise. What will you get out of it? After completing this course, you will have an in-depth knowledge of the private security industry. With the additional courses such as team leading, customer service and work skills, you will have a significant advantage getting a job in the industry. Qualifications gained Certificate in Close Protection BTEC Certificate in Customer Service BTEC Certificate in Team Leading BTEC Certificate in Knowledge of Providing Security Services Certificate in Work Skills What will you learn? Detailed knowledge about the private security industry covering the following subjects, and more: Understanding close protection legislation that is relevant to people working in the industry The roles and responsibilities of the close protection operative The importance of threat assessment and risk management Surveillance techniques Understanding venue security operations The importance of teamwork, interpersonal skills and reconnaissance. Knowledge and understanding of the security industry, focusing on the core area of security guarding. Customer service skills and tools designed specifically for people who want to work in customer-service related roles. The knowledge, understanding and personal attributes you need to become a team leader or enter a managerial role. Work skills give you a competitive advantage when applying for a job and help you to succeed in employment. In order to qualify for our free courses, you need to be: Over 19 years from 1 August 2012 Currently receiving JSA, ESA or Income Support Resident in the UK or EU for the past 3 years with the right to work in the UK. Two years experience in the Security Industry or army background Call us on 02085259430 or visit www.free2learn.org.uk

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