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We’re recruiting heath support workers and nurses for a variety of roles across our services at Leeds and York Partnership NHS Foundation Trust (LYPFT) – a leading mental health and learning disabilities trust based in West and North Yorkshire. We’re looking for people who share our values and want to be part of the exciting changes we have planned for the coming years. We’re therefore holding a big all day recruitment event on Thursday 28 January 2016. So, save the date! In this video you’ll hear from LYPFT staff Lucy, Kieran, Paul, Yasmin and Veronica who talk about their roles at the Trust and why they chose to work in healthcare. To find out more visit our website, email email@example.com or call us on 0113 855 9912.
Leeds Dance Partnership has a vision for Leeds to be an international centre of excellence for dance – a dancing city providing leadership in the North for the development of the art form locally, nationally and internationally. This film was recorded on Tuesday 12 April’s Leeds Dance Partnership event at Northern Ballet and Phoenix Dance Theatre’s home in Leeds. http://northernballet.com/leeds-dance-partnership
The M&S Partnership: bringing education and business together. The University of Leeds asked Swhype to create an animated infographic film highlighting the unique partnership with Marks & Spencer. The University of Leeds campus is the home of the M&S Company Archive, with 70,000 items in the collection, 38,000 visitors and with 370,000 online visits making this a unique and invaluable resource. Research between the partnership ranges from the role of Generation Y has in the workforce to new ways of extracting antioxidants from the skin of grapes a vital ingredient in the M&S natural skincare range. Developing employability is a major feature of the partnership, there are 30 business mentors nurturing talent, 114 placements offered and over 6000 students engaged. The joint online course ...
The Hugh Gooding New Orleans Memorial Band open the Dying Matters event in Leeds on Tuesday, 9th May 2017. They march around Millennium Square and then play at the top of the museum steps as a coffin is carried into the museum.
A video showcasing the early days of our dance partnership. Filmed in different locations around Leeds, the city that we met and the Kizomba Partnership began. Hope you all enjoy watching as much as we did recording it. Thank You to the very professional and patient Royden Gomes for recording & editing. Follow us for further & more recent videos. https://www.facebook.com/realfeelevents/
PLEASE SHARE Giles formed a glittering partnership with Billy Bremner as Leeds manager Don Revie built a new team around them. The players had similarities in their styles and were a tremendous foil for one another. Giles was known as the creative force and Bremner as the ballwinner, but each was capable of doing the other's prime job. Despite his craft, Giles was later pinned down as one of the tougher and dirtier players in what was an often uncompromising Leeds side. Its an old cliche but please do Like and subscribe if you enjoy the content the more subs the more i enjoy uploading these videos for you thanks again Leeds United FC Also check out our Facebook Group https://www.facebook.com/groups/1514549012133088/ Webiste www.leedsunitedfc.co.uk Twitter https://twitter.com/gravy0509...
Highlights from our Personalised Medicine and Health event held in Leeds in June 2016. More information including the presentations from the event can be found at http://www.leedsacademichealthpartnership.org/work-with-us/leeds-centre-personalised-medicine-health/
An introduction to the West Yorkshire Police Leeds Outer North West Partnership Working Area by Inspector Richard Coldwell. Read more about the Leeds Outer North West Partnership working area here: http://www.westyorkshire.police.uk/leeds/outer-north-west
It's time to address the inhumane homelessness situation in Leeds where the homeless are being criminalised, simply for being homeless. The UK is supposed to be the 5th richest economy in the world but over 1 million people are dependent on food banks and hundreds of thousands of people remain homeless due to austerity measures imposed by government. Sadly, during the winter period, the police and local businesses setup a campaign to condemn homeless people for the governments austerity measures. Homeless people are being threatened; bullied; intimidated and forced to move from the city centre in a poor attempt to dismiss and disregard the cities rising problem. Rather than assist these people, the council think that they can push the problem away and portray to its Christmas shopp...
In 2014 growth is back on the agenda. We want those in Whitehall to take note - nowhere is better placed than Leeds City Region to rebalance the UK economy and deliver sustained future growth. Our Local Growth Deal is a good deal for the Leeds City Region but a great deal for the nation. Our film features key business leaders from across the City Region sharing, in their own words, why the Leeds City Region is an outstanding place to do business, with the immense potential to become an economic powerhouse. We are Leeds City Region and we are ready to seize this opportunity. This is our #time4growth.