Deputy Centre Manager
Like many young people that come to the club I started volunteering at the junior club, and then became a member of staff at the age of eighteen. I went on to complete my NVQ Level 2 and 3 in Youth Work and I have completed an NVQ Level 3 in Management (Technical Certificate).More about Paul Carlton
I have been at the club for almost 6 years now, i started off as a volunteer and quickly progressed on to be one of the clubs first Apprentices. After completing my level 2 apprenticeship, I became the Centre’s Youth Development officer.More about Keanan Bartram
Hi I’m Sian. I’ve worked at Eyres Monsell for 14 years now. I’ve worked all the sessions we offer over the years, and love being a youth worker at Eyres Monsell. I’ve completed my nvq level 3 in youth work plus many other qualifications and training. I am the responsible leader for the Friday night sessions. Im Looking forward to getting back to work and seeing all our young people again !More about Sian Hine
I have been working with young people for the past 11 years, and within that time I have completed my BA Honors in youth and community with the JNC. I am a youth worker and my role includes; Running a range of activities during our sessions, supervising the young people and working with them, in order for them to thrive and become creative in an informal setting.
I work a range of sessions throughout the week, feel free to come on down and see us at the centre.More about Aimee Whitehead
I started at Eyres Monsell club for young people two years ago. I wanted to work to help young people, i developed a role within the Eyres Monsell club club for young people working at the Junior and Inclusions sessions every week.
I have just finished a NVQ Level 2 in Challenging Behaviour. I also enrolled into safeguarding training which I enjoyed. I will be looking forward to developing and adding to my skills in my near future.More about Jess Kenna
I have been at the club for over 6 years now, i started off as a volunteer helping out in the junior and inclusion sessions. Last year I got the opportunity to become a youth worker in one of the junior sessions. Youth work is something I have always been passionate about and the Centre has aided me in securing a place at DMU, studying BSc Paramedicine this year.
More about Kate Green
I have recently became the Foodbank coordinator, therefore I am responsible for the day to day running of both the Foodbank and the pantry.. I have studied a variety of courses at a range of Levels, some of these include: Diploma in Working with Young People and their Communities (DMU), Child Protection & First Aid, Level 2 Leadership and a Level 3 in Children’s Care Learning.More about Rebekah Cochrane