The information below may not completely hide your tracks. The most discreet way to find information on the internet is to do it in a safe place, such as a library, a friend's house or at work.
Clear your browser history
It's possible for someone to see the websites you’ve visited by looking through your web browser’s history. Clearing this history, and emptying the cache file of saved information, is quite straightforward.
If you’re using Internet Explorer, follow the steps below to clear your history:
Click on the Tools menu (in the row at the top of the browser)
Select Internet Options from the drop down menu. You should now be on a tab that says 'General' - if not, select 'General'. Under the title, 'Temporary Internet Files'
Click on 'Delete Files'. You can also check the box that says delete all offline content
Then, under 'History' click on 'Clear History'
Then click OK, at the bottom
If you’re using Chrome, follow the steps below to clear your history:
Open the Chrome app
Tap More Settings
Under "Advanced," tap Privacy Clear browsing data
At the top, tap the dropdown under "Clear data from the"
Choose a time period, such as past hour or past day
Select the types of information you want to remove
Tap Clear data
If you’re using Firefox, follow the steps below to clear your history:
Click the menu button, choose History, and then Clear Recent History
Select how much history you want to clear: Click the drop-down menu next to Time Range to choose how much of your history Firefox will clear
We want you as a new recruit! Looking for the next step in your career, in a job where you can make a difference? Do you have a passion for helping people to achieve independence and move on with their lives?
As a Skills4 Coach you will deliver support to residents in our North and South women’s refuge projects to develop competencies in effective parenting, independent living and employability. Working in a trauma informed way, you will support the development of skills that will help parents to repair fractured relationships with their children that have resulted from the abuse, in order to improve the children’s chances of living a healthy, fulfilling life and improve parental wellbeing.
You will deliver workshops and training programmes that develop the skills needed to be able to resettle into independent living in the community and to enhance financial independence, and in consultation with residents, develop a range of in-house and community based participation opportunities for clients and families to engage with. You will liaise with the Skills4 Coach (Children) to ensure that interventions are acting effectively to improve outcomes for both the parent and the child.
The role is part time and will be based equally between each refuge project.