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VCS reps for Transformation programme

Source By:  HSCF

VCS reps for Transformation programme- closing date 19th May

City and Hackney Health and Social Care Forum (HSCF) is seeking voluntary and community sector (VCS) representatives for Health and Social Care Transformation.

Health and Social Care Transformation is a partnership to improve health and wellbeing outcomes for Hackney and City of London residents through closer joint working and integration between local health and care organisations. The partners include the main health and social care commissioners and providers in City and Hackney, as well as Healthwatch and VCS representatives. We have been working together to integrate health and social care for a number of years, including in the request for devolution. The VCS representatives will have an important role raising VCS issues in an effective way.

There are four VCS positions on:

  • The Hackney Integrated Commissioning Board
  • Transformation Board
  • Communications and engagement enabler workstream
  • Prevention care workstream

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Digital Inclusion in City & Hackney Grant-4000-10,000

Source By: City & Hackney CCG

 

Call for Grant Applications 

Digital Inclusion:  Increasing Access and Use of GP Patient Online Services  

Funded through the City & Hackney Clinical Commissioning Group [CCG]

This small grants scheme will fund activities aimed at increasing access and use of GP Patient Online services for the benefit of digitally disenfranchised patients.

The CCG and local GPs recognise that there are Hackney residents who are not currently able to make use of on-line services.   

This includes:

  • People whose first language is not English
  • Some older people and people with disabilities with no experience of using IT and the internet
  • Residents who still have no IT or internet access

Grant funding is available for voluntary and community organisations that can provide activities that will support more local patients to access and use GP Patient Online (POL).

Grants will be in the range of £4,000 - £11,000.    In exceptional circumstances we will consider applications for grants over £11,000.

Grants will be given for activities that:

  • Target specific groups of service users or community members who are digitally excluded and need support to access and use on-line services; and
  • Provide active assistance to patients to both register and use Patient Online services 

Timetable for applications:

DEADLINE FOR RECEIPT OF COMPLETED APPLICATIONS:  19th May

DECISIONS:  26th May

Decisions will be made by a panel including VCS representatives from the CEN and the CCG.

Funding

This is a one-off pilot project with no expectation of further or future funding.   

Digital_Inclusion_Grants_final.docx

Digital_Inclusion_Grant_Application_Form.docx


Understanding and Using the Theory of Change

Source By: Hackney CVS

Schedule: Thursday 18 May 2017 | 9.45am – 4.45pm
Venue: Hackney CVS, The Adiaha Antgha Centre, E8 3AZ
Booking fee: Free

Click here to book

The Theory of Change training  is designed to give you the tools you need today to transform the outcomes for your users tomorrow.

Rigorous tracking and data provides the evidence your stakeholders need to value the real difference to your beneficiaries, especially the children, young people and families  affected by poverty and multiple needs.
 
Who is the course aimed at:  The Children's Sector

Together in one day session has been designed for the children's workforce; fundraisers, project managers, supervisors that support children, young people and families from small to medium voluntary and/ or community sector organisations who are new to, or want to refresh their knowledge on demonstrating the impact of their work.
 
Course aim:

The aim of the course is to:

  • Introduce Theory of Change
  • Help your organisation create activities for your project that will assist you in collecting the right data to measure your effectiveness

The session will cover:

  • How to get to grips with Theory of Change
  • How to demonstrate the impact of your organisation
  • The approach endorsed by commissioners and grant funders

Learning outcomes

By the end of the course participants will:

  • Have an increased awareness of how to use the Theory of Change model and an understanding of its benefits to your organisation
  • Be able to create a Theory of Change that can be shared with colleagues within your organisation and used for other projects
  • Be able to identify the next steps required to put the process into action

For more information click here - 18_may_Theory_of_change__Course_Outline.pdf


Project Management Essentials

Source By: Hackney Council

Course: Project Management Essentials

Date: 15th June 2017

Time: 09.30 – 16.30


This one-day, interactive workshop will introduce you to the core skills you will need to manage any project. It is case study based with participants working in groups to deliver relevant Hackney examples of the tools and techniques provided.

Learning outcomes

By the end of this workshop you will be able to:

  • Understand the concepts of project management
  • Be familiar with the Hackney approach to project management
  • Use basic project management tools and have an agreed understanding of change, its benefits, plan for delivery, risks and ownership

Who should attend

Any member of staff who is required to work within projects as part of their job, or who is an experienced project manager but new to Hackney. There is a 'project management in practice' three-day workshop for those who need more development and who will manage projects as part of their role.


Equality Overview

Source By: Hackney Council

 
Course: Equality Overview 

Date: 14th June 2017

Time: 09.00 – 13.00 

Learning outcomes

By the end of this workshop you will be able to:

  • Understand the Council's duty under the Equality Act
  • Understand the three elements of Due Regard i.e. Advancing Equality; Promoting Cohesion; and Challenging Discrimination;
  • Recognise the effect of policies, practices and service decisions on equality
  • Understand how equality and diversity can be built into decision making

Who should attend

The workshop is targeted at managers and those who support decision-making. If you are not a manager or someone who is supporting decision-making, and are interested more generally in the duty and equality awareness, please refer to Corporate HR Training.

 


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