TRUST CITY BRIDGE LEADERSHIP PROGRAMME - Equipping and inspiring leaders LONDON
Are you someone who likes taking initiative and longs to change the world around you?
Do you want to influence public life in the
? Would you like to be a school Governor, part of a community forum, a tenants association, a Non-Departmental Public Body e.g. Equality and Human Rights Commission)? Maybe disability organisation? If only you knew where to start! UK
RADAR is interested in equipping young people living with Ill health, Injury or Disability (IID) to be leaders and influencers in public life, and to take up leadership positions in the public, private and third (voluntary) sectors.
Two Leadership Development Days will be run in May 2010, in
Central London, offering a blend of skills training and personal development work.
They will be open to anyone experiencing ill health, injury or disability that has aspirations to lead and positively influence the world they are living and working in. We are particularly keen to attract young people aged 18 to 25 and people from black or minority ethnic backgrounds as these groups are under-represented in leadership and influential positions.
Successful applicants will attend one of the two events and receive follow up training and network support, it is an excellent opportunity to develop your full leadership potential and realise your dreams.
If you would like to discuss this opportunity and find out about applying, please contact one of the following people:
London Leadership Project Manager, Empowerment Assistant
Tel: 0207 566 0114 Fax: 0207 250 0212 Minicom: 020 7250 4119