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Creative England - Production funding

Source By: Community Matters Yorkshire

 

Creative England Production funding is open to networks and organisations whose work supports and promotes filmmaking activities in the English regions. Funding is available for a range of eligible activity including provision of editorial and technical support for emerging talent looking to produce work, delivery of networking, screening and industry speaker events and master classes, and provision of peer-to-peer support, mentoring, training and advice.

 

Click here for more information- http://www.community-matters.org.uk/web_app/article.php?id=619


The NHS Long Term Plan – NAVCA Member Briefing Note

Source By: NAVCA

The Long Term Plan has been drawn up with the expertise and experience of NHS frontline health and care staff, patient groups, VCSE organisations and others as well as a consultation which received around 2,500 submissions from individuals and groups representing the opinions and interests of 3.5 million people.

Click here to read more - NHS_Long_Term_Plan_Briefing_Note_January_2019.docx


Adult Healthy Cook and Eat course at Stamford Hill

Source By: Shoreditch Trust

The course is for Adults (18+) and will run on Tuesdays from 6-8pm for 6 weeks from 15th January (see attached flyer/poster for details).

 

Please share the opportunity with clients who would benefit from taking part in a weekly cooking class in a relaxed and friendly environment where they will:

 

·         Learn more about a healthy diet and nutrition

·         Explore new ingredients and recipes

·         Socialise with other Hackney residents

  

If your client has support needs please raise these with us and we will endeavour to work with you to ensure their requirements are met within the session.

 

CL-CIC_A5_Flyer_Peer_Support_v02.pdf


Redesign of Carers Services: Update and chance to shape next steps

Source By: LBH

Carers views and experiences of services were collected through surveys and focus groups in September and October 2018. Carers are now invited to hear the feedback from the consultation and how it is shaping the design of the new service, and to provide further input - helping the Council turn the feedback into action.

We’re running two focus groups for carers, and would like to involve as many carers as possible. 

  • Thursday 17th January 2019 - 3:30-5:00 pm. St Joseph's Hospice, Mare St, London E8 4SA
  • Wednesday 29th January 2019 - 3:00-4:30 pm. St Joseph's Hospice, Mare St, London E8 4SA

Please do share the attached poster with any carers who may be interested, or email userengagement@hackney.gov.uk or call 020 8356 4711 to request printed copies. 

Carers_Redesign_-_Consultation_Feedback.pdf


Introduction to counselling families, couples and Individuals course

Source By: Chiron Training

Is Counselling the career for you?

Maybe you have thought about a career as a counsellor. Maybe people find it easy
to talk to you when they’re worried. Maybe you’re often told you are a good listener.

If that sounds like you perhaps our introductory course in counselling skills
will help you decide if a career as a counsellor is for you.

Our course is unique. You will learn skills and technique for working with
families and couples as well as individuals. You do not need to have any previous
experience. The teaching team is made up of qualified family psychotherapists with
many years of experience working with families, couples, children and individuals
and are members of the Association of Family Therapy (AFT).

The course is delivered in two modules each comprising 18 hours making a total
of 36 hours of face-to-face training. The cost of each module is £250.

The course starts in March 2019. Please visit our website www.chirontraining.org for
more information and to download an application form, or contact us by email at:
admin@chirontraining.org

Introduction_to_Counselling_Course_General_Leaflet_.pdf


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