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Disability Coordinator

Salary: £16,575 Reports to: Health & Inclusion Manager Hours: 37.5 hours

Burton Albion Community Trust require a Community coach with a focus on coordinating, developing and delivering disability sessions. The successful candidate needs to have relevant experience in delivering sport and physical activity sessions with children of varying Special Educational Needs. BACT requires an experienced, passionate individual who wants to work for a forwardthinking charity and support a developing team to make a difference in the community.

Staffordshire Digital Innovation Partnerships

Staffordshire Digital Innovation Partnerships Programme (SDIPs) has been launched by Staffordshire University to enable local SMEs to develop and adopt new digital innovative technology that has the potential to transform their business.

The project is offering 36 fully-funded, 6 month Partnerships including Academic expertise and a full time student/graduate placement to drive digital innovation forward.

FREE Overview - Safeguarding Adults at Risk (ONLINE)

To access this training course you must be a member of Support Staffordshire or Staffordshire Council of Voluntary Youth Services.


This course has been updated in line with the Care Act 2014

This FREE course is suitable for workers in the health and social care sectors and has been mapped to the CQC Common Induction Standards.

Funeral Directors collect food for local charity

On the run up to Christmas, local business ‘Burton on Trent & District Funeral Directors’ were collecting food to donate to the foodbank at YMCA Burton. They received such a great response they have decided that they will become a permanent collection point at their premises.

Tracey Prescott, Funeral Service arranger said:For our 2019 Christmas Community Appeal, in Burton on Trent we decided to support the YMCA Foodbank by collecting items of food in both our Burton & District Funeral Directors and J Hylton & Son's, Stapenhill branches.

European Social Funding

European Social Fund (ESF) Community Grants are financed through the European Union and are designed to develop the capacity of the community and to meet local needs. Part of this strategy is to help people increase their chances of finding work. Applications are open to organisations based or working within the county of Staffordshire. A full criteria can be found below along with a breakdown of the grants application process, which must be read and fully understood before making your application.

You can apply for a grant of up to £20,000!