Long-term volunteers bring incredible gifts of time, energy and service to many community and voluntary organisations in Northern Ireland. Increasingly, however, some long-term volunteers come with a variety of mental health needs which can be difficult for organisations to know how to support.
Taking on the responsibility of a rental property for the first time can be a daunting experience, this course hopes to assist participants by building their knowledge of support and protections available to them ahead of their new rental agreement.
Wet Plate Collodion is a 19th century photography process of creating images on glass or metal plates. This one day, intensive workshop will let you relive the excitement experienced by the pioneers of photography. Each participant will shoot and process their own unique ambrotypes, from start to finish.
Learning Disability Pride is a celebration of people with a learning disability, which raises awareness and challenges stereotypes, with a focus on an inclusive and fun day out for families, individuals and groups.
Enjoyment, exhilaration and adrenaline rushing is what you will experience as you jump 10,000ft out of a plane and freefall through blue skies for 7,000ft before your canopy opens and you glide to the ground and enjoy spectacular views across Northern Ireland. All in aid of local heart children!
Join Team Autism NI on Sunday 23rd June 2019 and abseil 100 feet down the iconic Belfast Castle while taking in the Belfast skyline views.
Registration fee: £35
Sponsorship Target: £100
To register for this challenge, please call 028 9040 1729 (Option 3) or email [email protected]
Please note participants need to fill in a registration and medical form prior to the event. Participants must be over 12 years old to take part. A parent or guardian will need to give consent if a participant is under 16 years old.
Join NI Hospice on the 6th or 13th of April or 23rd or 30th June at one of the 7 scenic walk locations across Norther Ireland, spend quality time with friends and family and help raise vital funds for a local charity.
Supporting Medication in Social Care settings addresses practical support for use of medication that reflects social care principles and values and includes the need for accurate recording and reporting. The course covers broad types, classifications and forms of medication, as well as safe handling and storage. This training meets the Knowledge learning outcomes of the QCF unit ‘HSC 3047 Support use of medication in Social Care’.
Volunteers want and need to feel supported and valued during their volunteering. The organisation needs to ensure volunteers are working to the standard required. How do you ensure a balance between the needs of both the volunteer and the organisation?
Our Belfast Recovery College welcomes everyone to attend our free wellbeing and mental health education and learning programmes. There are a range of courses open to the community of Belfast. All you have to do is enrol!