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EXTENDED CHANCE TO Lead in London: Sync Associates

Friday 22nd January, 2010

coloured counters in a line with a clear 'leader'

Due to a range of factors (Christmas, snow, loads of other opportunities being around) the deadlines for the Leading in London placements for disabled people are being extended.

This is a real opportunity for you to experience leading in major London venues and with nationally recognised leaders - please help us spread the word.

The opportunities are aimed at emerging and mid-career Deaf and disabled leaders who want to develop their leadership skills and behaviours in a work environment through shadowing a leader and undertaking key projects with guidance and support. The objective is to 'learn through doing' and the expectation is that the transition from shadowing to delivering will be a quick one. It is intended that placements should be intensive and transformative leadership development.

Placements are facilitated by the Cultural Leadership Programme (CLP), funded by Arts Council England - London via CLP and supported by CLP's programme strand Sync.

There is one placement now available for Deaf and disabled leaders up to three months full-time or up to six months part-time at Whitechapel Gallery.

In addition there is the opportunity for a Deaf and disabled leader to undertake a six month placement as an Associate Producer with London 2012's Unlimited Programme.

Information on the placements and how to apply can be found on the CLP website in the opportunities section - keep watching as the information will be updated soon with the new dates

Applications close: Sync Associates & 2012 Unlimited: 22 February 2010 with interview dates tbc (we will put these up here as soon as we can)

This information is available in alternative formats: Braille, Audio CD, and large print. If you require this information in an alternative format please contact Sarah Leslie, CLP Projects Administrator on 020 7973 5525, or email:[email protected]

Please contact Nicola Turner, Assistant Director CLP on 0207 9735116 or [email protected] if you would like to discuss any of these opportunities further.


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