eScalate Hub, CAG – webinar exploring legal structures available for social businesses

This webinar will explore the range of legal structures available for your social business and why it is important to choose the right one   About this Event Choosing the right legal structure for your social business is important for making sure you set up and shape the organisation in the form you want, including … Continue reading eScalate Hub, CAG – webinar exploring legal structures available for social businesses

SVUK – workshop about impact management for VCSE sector (15.09.20)

South East VCSE Impact Management workshop: Acting for Impact - working practices and organisational culture - Tuesday 15 September Description This is the third session in a 3 part series of online workshops about impact management for VCSE sector organisations from the South West of England. The series is being run by Inspiring Impact delivery … Continue reading SVUK – workshop about impact management for VCSE sector (15.09.20)

OTH – Making Every Contact Count (MECC) Training for Volunteers

What is Making Every Contact Count (MECC)? Making Every Contact Count (MECC) training is available to help give volunteers the skills and confidence to have conversations about health with others and to follow up with signposting for support. MECC works through opportunistic conversations in everyday life to talk about health and involves responding appropriately to … Continue reading OTH – Making Every Contact Count (MECC) Training for Volunteers

SAFE! – Relationships education video and PSHE resources for KS3 & KS4

We are excited to finally release our latest SafeStories video, Hope’s Story.  This story portrays the experience of Hope, as she meets and starts a relationship with Donte.  The plot and characters were created by young people during workshops with SAFE!, and the video was subsequently written and produced by 1848Media. You can watch the … Continue reading SAFE! – Relationships education video and PSHE resources for KS3 & KS4

Volunteers’ Week: OCVA online sessions for groups focusing on funding related to volunteering

The purpose of the sessions would be to identify potential funding sources for : Setting up and maintaining mutual aid/community groups- for example, funding to purchase resources and training (such as PC’s, software, training on safeguarding, GDPR etc.) that could be used to develop and maintain street level and local volunteers. Funding to reimburse ‘out … Continue reading Volunteers’ Week: OCVA online sessions for groups focusing on funding related to volunteering

Free online courses to help with mental health from Oxford Recovery College

Oxfordshire Recovery College is going online and offering six weeks of free workshops to help people in their mental health recovery or to support carers, family and friends. Coping with stress and anxiety, healthy sleep and cooking on a budget among subjects in summer term The summer term gets under way on April 20 with … Continue reading Free online courses to help with mental health from Oxford Recovery College

OSCB – Temporary Guidance on Safeguarding Training

The OSCB has recently taken the decision to cancel all face to face courses on a temporary basis. We are aware that potentially this could lead to the situation where some practitioners may be left without the necessary mandatory training to have contact with children and young people. We are now in a position to … Continue reading OSCB – Temporary Guidance on Safeguarding Training

Health – 2 workshops for people interested in health research and how to carry out studies

Oxford Biomedical Research Centre (a collaboration between the University and the Oxford University Hospitals Trust) together with other local research organisations run workshops for people who may be interested in health research. The workshops are more about how people can get involved with designing and carrying out studies rather than being participants in them. Details … Continue reading Health – 2 workshops for people interested in health research and how to carry out studies

Community First Oxfordshire – Asset Based Community Development, 2 day workshop

Join Chris Chinnock for a two day exploration of the theory and practice of Asset Based Community Development, Nurture Development are delighted to be working in partnership with Community First Oxfordshire to offer this opportunity to local people, VCS organisations and Public Service professionals to explore how placing the emphasis on what is strong rather … Continue reading Community First Oxfordshire – Asset Based Community Development, 2 day workshop