I am an experienced project manager and director with extensive experience across the public, not for profit, and private sectors in developing and implementing innovative policy and professional level training that empowers people to excel. A common theme through all my work is innovation and shifts in ways of working that build confidence and understanding. In 2015 I moved professions from a policy role in a national UK older people's charity (Independent Age), following my passions to become a freelance cycling instructor and mechanic. For the past 5 years I have been working with cargo bike logistics pioneers Pedal Me to develop and innovate the competitiveness of cargo bikes for logistics and passenger use, through the development and structuring of staff and cargo bike rider training. As Director of Pedal to the People, I ran the Camden Community Cycling Project on behalf of London Borough of Camden with a team of around 15 cycling instructor colleagues. During the project's lifespan, we ran a ground-breaking community cycling initiative, giving local people access to ongoing, continuous cycle training throughout the year, a rarity in publicly funded cycle training. I work self employed through my own business (James Cycles London), to allow me to work with multiple organisations across a range of approaches to promoting and enabling cycling. I have working relationships with Pedal Me, Cycling Instructor, London Borough of Islington, Wheely Tots, Your Bike Project, Cycle Confident, Bikeworks, London Borough of Camden, Pedal Power, Carry Me Bikes, Westminster Wheels and London Bike Studio. In all of my work and volunteering to date the common factor has been to support and promote personal empowerment. I have been involved in the development of numerous schemes, pilots and volunteering opportunities to promote independent living or self confidence. I have extensive experience in communications, both through producing news content, but also in interview and appearing on network TV as a cycling instructor on Channel 5's 'Going Green with the Grimwades' on the recommendation of The Bikeability Trust as an expert trainer. My personal and academic interest in the media has led me in a range of directions including occasional freelance writing and sub-editing for award winning music website 'The Quietus' among others. I am adept at on-line publicity, social media, at times I managed Independent Age's social media for policy work. I am also an experienced volunteer and have worked with the London Bike Kitchen, Wheely Tots, and Reachout.
James Holloway is an experienced project manager and director with 18.8 years of work experience. He has a diverse skill set that includes instructor led training, cycling, youth mentoring, research, and policy. Based in London, United Kingdom, James has worked in various sectors including public, not for profit, and private sectors. He has a strong background in developing and implementing innovative policy and professional level training that empowers people to excel. James has also worked with cargo bike logistics pioneers Pedal Me, a community cycling initiative, and has been involved in various initiatives to promote independent living or self-confidence.
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Bikeworks is an award-winning social enterprise using cycling as a tool to address social and environmental challenges across communities in London. We are an inclusive cycling centre of excellence and accredited training centre. Delivering cycle training, maintenance courses, employment and skills programmes, team building and more. Based in the inspirational setting of the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, with an additional Training Centre in West London. Our All Ability Club has a membership of 3,000. Our focus is on addressing the inequalities faced by excluded Londoners, including people with disabilities, to increase physical activity rates, and support health and wellbeing. We work in partnership with corporates, businesses, housing associations, charities, the public sector and other social enterprises. Founded in 2006, Bikeworks offers consultancy services across the UK to support others in using the bicycle for social and environmental good. For corporates, we offer bespoke packages, including team building events, pop-up cycle to work and cycle check-up sessions, volunteering opportunities, and employee wellbeing schemes.
Whatever happens as we get older, we all want to remain independent and live life on our own terms. That’s why, as well as offering regular friendly contact and a strong campaigning voice, Independent Age provides clear, free and impartial advice on the issues that matter: care and support, money and benefits, health and mobility. A charity founded over 150 years ago, we’re independent so you can be. We give free, confidential advice over the telephone for older people, their families and carers on issues such as getting help at home, adaptations, care assessments, paying for care, staying in touch with other people and welfare benefits. Call our team of experts on 0800 319 6789, Monday to Friday, 8.30am-6.30pm, or email your query to [email protected] We also produce free guides and factsheets which are full of information to help you boost your income, find the care you need, remain independent, choose the right place to live, stay connected with others, and more. Order our guides and factsheets at www.independentage.org, or call us on 0800 319 6789. With the help of our committed volunteers, we provide friendship services to relieve loneliness and isolation. These are delivered through phone calls, visits, telephone discussion groups and more, enabling older people to feel more connected to their local community. We believe older people are entitled to grow older independently. We use the knowledge and insight gained from our frontline services to challenge poor care and campaign for a fair deal for older people – a reasonable standard of living, fair access to information and an opportunity to contribute to their communities.
The Care Quality Commission (CQC) is the independent regulator of health and adult social care in England. We make sure health and social care services provide people with safe, effective, compassionate, high-quality care and we encourage care services to improve.
Kensington and Chelsea is one of London’s most vibrant and recognisable boroughs. It has many unique buildings, famous museums and beautiful parks. Although the borough is geographically one of the smallest in London, at just over 4.7 square miles, it is one of the most densely populated and diverse areas in Europe. It is home to the world-famous Notting Hill Carnival. Kensington and Chelsea Council (also known as RBKC) aims to provide high quality services to improve the lives of its residents and to make the borough a better place in which to live, work, and visit. The Council has five directorates, sharing Children’s Services and Adult Social Care and Public Health with Westminster Council. Other directorates include Environment and Communities, Housing (including Grenfell recovery), and Assets and Resources. Children's Services and Adult Social Care: This directorate covers children's services, education, family services, safeguarding, adult social care and public health. These services are consistently rated as being of a very high standard. Environment and Communities: This includes transport, leisure, planning, resident services, libraries and environmental health, all of which are supported by a safer, cleaner and greener streets agenda. This team also work to preserve the unique character of the borough. Housing services: In response to London’s affordable homes crisis, the council is committed to building more social housing to help people on lower incomes to live, work, and raise their families in the borough. Housing also covers landlord services and estate management, planning, refurbishment, and advice and support to help maintain healthy and safe homes and build stronger communities. Assets and Resources: This directorate includes Customer Services, Human Resources, IT, Finance. These services help the Council to run effectively and in turn benefit the wider community. CEO office manages strategy, governance and communications
We provide hundreds of day-to-day services, from being a landlord, providing social care and running our museums, libraries and parks. We deliver a diverse range of services to support people who live and work in Bristol, and people who visit the city too. We are committed to building a better Bristol – a city where everyone shares in its success. To achieve our vision we must ensure the social, economic and political inclusion of everyone, irrespective of age, gender, sexuality, disability, ethnicity, religion or socio-economic status. We have an ambitious vision to build a better Bristol that includes everyone in the city’s success. That’s why we’re looking for innovative and talented individuals who can help us achieve this vision. We want people who share our values and commitment to serve the city, its communities and citizens. Join us and you'll get more than a challenging job; you'll enjoy all the benefits of living and working in one of Europe's most vibrant and best-located cities. We strive for an inclusive, high-performing, healthy and motivated workforce. To help us achieve this we offer a range of flexible working options to help you balance your work and home life. We need dynamic people from a diverse range of backgrounds who are keen to work in a fast-paced environment to help empower people to live successful and independent lives as part of their community. We’re looking for people as vibrant, as inspiring and as unique as the city of Bristol itself. You can follow our latest news on Twitter @BristolCouncil Latest jobs information at www.bristol.gov.uk/jobs Follow us on Facebook www.facebook.com/BristolCouncil
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