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Greater London, various locations
Compensation: £15 Per Session
Paid Traineeship Apprenticeship Internship Part-time
Session delivery is the heart of Eat Club’s work and done in partnership with a variaty of organisations across London. We are currently looking for people with a passion for food, health, social equality and young people to support our session leaders in session delivery. This can be an excullent role for someone interested in working with food and youngn people to gain experience in both fields.
This entails supporting session leaders in guiding attendees in preparing a two/three-course meal and facilitating the shared enjoyment of the food through a convivial meal at the end of the session. Each session has a specific menu relating desired skills outcomes for the group. It is up to the session assisstant support the session leader in ensuring that those outcomes are met and that the session is safe and inclusive.
The session assisstant will be provided with the training, support and teaching materials relevant to the tasks and responsibilities associated with the role.
The session assisstant strives to help support the running of successful sessions that enable participants to learn how to prepare healthy, affordable and delicious food in a welcoming, clean, safe and enjoyable environment.
Being a Session Assisstant with Eat Club provides a great opportunity to hone planning, cooking and teaching skills in a lively community environment where participants and spaces vary from one course to the next.
Skills & Attributes
Send a CV and covering letter setting out your experience, suitability to the role and why you would like to work with us to the Eat Club chief executive Ruth Soroko: email@example.com
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About Eat Club
We are a charity with a difference. We believe that delicious wholesome food, prepared from scratch and eaten together communally can help young people lead happier, healthier lives. We connect young people with the positive, healthy and pleasurable aspects of cooking and eating through providing convivial cooking courses. Our courses are designed to improve physical health, social wellbeing and equip young people with the skills needed to eat well throughout their lives.