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Volunteer Management Workshop (Venue: Lichfield)

The workshop covers the following topics:-

  • An opportunity to network with Volunteer Managers/Co-ordinators to share good practice
  • Find out how to develop good volunteering opportunities for your organisation to enable you to deliver and enhance your service
  • What is a volunteer role description and how to write effective role descriptions?
  • Information about ‘Investing in Volunteers Accreditation’
  • Planning future support and the development of a support group/network for Volunteer Managers/Co-ordinators in Lichfield

Working with Women and High-Risk Offenders

The session aims to give a brief factual overview of prison; and how it works providing a basic understanding of the issues facing people as they enter the community from prison. The workshop provides a model of safe practices for volunteers to protect them, their clients and the projects of work within, alongside a basic overview of the issues related to working with released prisoners, specifically covering:

  • Prisons and the experience of those leaving custody

  • Probabtion and supervision

The Rowan Organisation Information & Peer Support Event (Venue: Tamworth)

The Rowan Organisation are hosting an Information and Peer Support event in Tamworth on March 24th between 1pm and 3pm. They are extending invitations to all relevant organisations and public figures. 

Their aim is to bring people together to develop a greater support network throughout the county and its boroughs. There will be a small presentation and workshop focussing on peer support and information sharing.

The event will be filmed and uploaded online.

Please see the flyer below for further information. 

Growth Hub: Apprenticeships Event

Interested in employing an apprentice? Want to find out about Apprenticeship funding?  Want to encourage existing staff to undertake an Apprenticeship?  

This event could be for you. Find out how local Staffordshire employers have benefit from Apprenticeships by filling crucial skills gaps in their organisation but also by creating ideal employees moulded to their exact needs, reaping significant economic returns on investment. 

Emergency FIRST AID at Work

This day course provides organisations and individuals first aid to an appointed person level. It is important that your organisation has completed a risk assessment to decide whether a 3 day ‘First Aid at Work’ workshop is required at a qualified first aider level or a one day appointed person HSE approved workshop.

This is a Health and Safety Approved Centre workshop where the assessment is in the form of continuous assessment and oral questioning.