Placements may be extended beyond 8 weeks, by mutual agreement between the host organisation and the successful applicant.We anticipate the following schedule: If you use assistive technology (such as a screen reader) and need aversion of this document in a more accessible format, please email [email protected] tell us what format you need. It will help us if you say what assistive technology you use. The funding from the Agency’s Space Placement in INdustry (SPIN) scheme, is for Earth Observation projects at small and medium size businesses, universities, charities, not-for-profit or government agencies within the space sector.There is a total of £30,000 funding available, with a maximum of £3,000 for each award.The aim of the scheme is to fulfill the skills and careers objectives of the UK Space Agency education programme, as set out in its Education, Skills and Outreach Strategy. This in turn supports the aims of the UK Space Agency by providing a context for students to experience the breadth of opportunities that the sector can offer, developing skills crucial to the success of the sector, supporting the growth of businesses within the sector and raising awareness of the UK’s space programme and STEM subjects in general.What projects are suitable?Your project may be targeted at a student or graduate of a specific discipline, or simply describe the skills you are looking for. It should outline a piece of work or role which will take a minimum of 8 weeks and be designed to enhance the skillset of the successful applicant whilst providing them with a business context in which to apply their skills. Projects submitted for this round of SPIN funding should have an Earth Observation focus.The placement will vary from organisation to organisation and may involve: SPIN: final report MS Word Document, 1020KB Request an accessible format. This file may not be suitable for users of assistive technology. SPIN: Guidance information This file may not be suitable for users of assistive technology. Request an accessible format. If you use assistive technology (such as a screen reader) and need a version of this document in a more accessible format, please email [email protected] Please tell us what format you need. It will help us if you say what assistive technology you use.You will receive a notification of your application being accepted within 48 hours of sending. If you do not receive this, we have probably not received your application.Email: [email protected] MS Word Document, 2.1MB a piece of research or a small project that would otherwise not be done working as part of a team on a product or client-focused project, or something more independent If you use assistive technology (such as a screen reader) and need aversion of this document in a more accessible format, please email [email protected] tell us what format you need. It will help us if you say what assistive technology you use. If you use assistive technology (such as a screen reader) and need aversion of this document in a more accessible format, please email [email protected] tell us what format you need. It will help us if you say what assistive technology you use. Request an accessible format. opening of award scheme – 22 January 2018 deadline for placement proposals to be received – 5pm on 30 January 2018 panel meeting 31 January 2018 projects to be advertised to students on the SPIN website for no more than 2 weeks successful applicants to be notified no later than 21 February 2018 placements to be started no later than 7 March 2018 invoice to be submitted no later than 12 March 2018 This file may not be suitable for users of assistive technology. SPIN: application form PDF, 297KB, 2 pages Request an accessible format. This file may not be suitable for users of assistive technology.
Manchester United’s Angel Gomes went to T.B Joshua’s church for healing pic.twitter.com/TBYGR4xifH— JAGS (@EtniesJags) June 15, 2020 Angel Gomes has responded to a video circulating on social media which showed how the Manchester United teenager visited a prophet in Nigeria in an attempt to heal his injury. However, a two-minute clip of the English playmaker has surfaced on social media which serves as clear evidence of his fitness struggles just before his breakthrough. Gomes can be seen opening up on his injury problems while attending T.B. Joshua’s Synagogue Church of All Nations in Nigeria. The teenager explained why he sought out the prophet after being advised by his parents, as he states in the video: “My name is Angel Gomes, I’m from Manchester. I’m sixteen. “I play for Manchester United Football Club. And I’ve been struggling really with injuries. Loading… According to Goal.com, Gomes began his United journey at the age of six when he was selected to train in the club’s academy, where he spent 11 years before graduating to the first team in 2017. He has since made 10 senior appearances for the Red Devils and is reportedly on the verge of signing a contract extension which will see him remain at Old Trafford beyond the summer. “I’ve been having injuries around my hip and groin which have been affecting me playing. I also suffered an ankle injury not long ago which kept me out for a long time. “These injuries would come at hard times for me, times when I was having a breakthrough or times when I had to go to a tournament or playing games, these injuries would happen quite frequently. “I play for Man United, I also represent the England national team Under-17 level as captain. I’ve known about the Synagogue Church of Nations for a long time. “As my family follows the prophet, my parents are big fans. So we thought it would be a good time for me to come and be touched by the prophet.” Gomes responded to the video via his official Twitter account, insisting his religion should not be a hot topic of discussion amid the coronavirus crisis and Black Lives Matter protests currently sweeping the globe. He said: “Regarding the video that has come out from 2016. I am from a Christian family and at the time my mum was a fan of the pastor, and she really wanted me to go. I was going through some issues. read also:Ronaldo, Iniesta inspire Angel Gomes “From the outside looking in it looks crazy, but I was just practising my faith. I didn’t really need to explain myself but a lot of people were asking me what the video was about. “I was young at the time and if my parents thought something was best for me I would do it. There are far more important issues out there in the world we can tackle.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享