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GetHarley.com

Ginger Tree Beauty

  • 1 July 2020
  • Number of views: 191
GetHarley.com

What is GetHarley?

GetHarley is the new skincare concierge service at Ginger Tree Holistic Skin & Lifestyle Clinic.  Kathy Scott, Holistic & Advanced Skin Therapist and owner of Ginger Tree is very excited by the benefits this new service will offer to her business and to clients. Ginger Tree is the first holistic skin clinic to use this service in the North of England.

Rugby honours for Richmond’s outstanding volunteers

Richmond School

  • 1 July 2020
  • Number of views: 247
Rugby honours for Richmond’s outstanding volunteers

Two students, two teachers, an ex-student and a former teacher at Richmond School and Sixth Form College are among fourteen volunteers honoured by Yorkshire RFU for their contribution to rugby in Richmond. Every year, Yorkshire RFU ask clubs to nominate their outstanding volunteers and their contribution is recognised at the Mitsubishi Volunteer Awards Evening. This year, the event is virtual via video, to celebrate the amazing work of the rugby volunteers, and is hosted by The RFU’s Chief Executive, Mike Tindall MBE and England World Cup Winner, and the President and Chair of Yorkshire RFU.

A simple way to ensure safe, happy employees post COVID

Ian Sadler, Insight6

  • 1 July 2020
  • Number of views: 156
A simple way to ensure safe, happy employees post COVID

Employers are facing many new employment law issues and health and safety obligations as restrictions begin to be eased and employees are returning to the workplace.  Many organisations, already financially affected by COVID-19, now have the additional legal responsibility to provide “COVID-secure” workplaces while also monitoring staff wellbeing and confidence. Failure to do so could result in costly legal fees and fines.

Age UK praises young volunteers for their dedication

Richmond School

  • 19 June 2020
  • Number of views: 159
Age UK praises young volunteers for their dedication

Four kind-hearted, young volunteers are helping the elderly and vulnerable in Richmondshire by supporting Age UK with home deliveries of essential provisions. George Smith, a Year 13 student at Richmond Sixth Form College, and his sisters, Connie and Hannah, and friend Arte Dawson, all former-students, are devoting time each week to offer their valuable support.

Successful students embark on apprenticeships

Richmond School

  • 19 June 2020
  • Number of views: 142
Successful students embark on apprenticeships

Three students from Richmond School and Sixth Form College are celebrating after successfully achieving highly-sought-after apprenticeships. In spite of a sudden and unexpected end to their studies, they have shown initiative and determination in securing the first step of their careers, in Electrics, Marketing and Civil Engineering, and are being praised by their employers for their maturity and strong work ethic.

How do you know if your team feels safe at work?

Ian Sadler, Insight6

  • 19 June 2020
  • Number of views: 143

We know from our recent survey that you, as leaders are worried about how your team members are feeling about the safety of their workplace in the post lockdown world, and how anxious the team are feeling as they return to work.   
 
To help, and to enable a successful and sustainable return to trading, we have created a "COVID-19 Stay Safe Team Checker".

Free webinar on industry placements and t levels

Richmondshire District Council

  • 8 June 2020
  • Number of views: 148
Free webinar on industry placements and t levels

Over the last two years, many employers have been offering industry placements - an extended period of structured time that a student spends in the workplace, developing real skills and making a meaningful contribution to the organisation.

Student signs up to help people with hearing loss

Richmond School

  • 8 June 2020
  • Number of views: 144
Student signs up to help people with hearing loss

Millie Aston, a Year 12 student at Richmond Sixth Form College, has passed the British Sign Language (BSL) course, achieving 100% in all ten modules.  Seventeen-year-old Millie was prompted to study for the qualification after encountering hearing loss herself and appreciating first-hand how challenging and alienating deafness can be.

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