Post Brexit Responsibilities
***Free for Law Centre NI members***
Law Centre will host Senior Solicitor, Kelly Hardman (Fragomen Del Rey, Bernsen and Loewy) who will outline the settled status process, with a focus on how employers can support their EU employees to navigate their responsibilities post-Brexit. Kelly will also discuss steps that employers should take to ensure that they are ready for the transition from a compliance perspective.
Date: Monday 29th April 2019 at 2pm – 4pm
Venue: Law Centre NI, Middleton Building, High St, Belfast
Cost (non-members): £10
The world is changing with rapid advances in artificial intelligence, big data, augmented reality and other emerging technologies and will fundamentally alter the way we live, work, and relate to one another. How will this affect jobs, society and the future of voluntary and community organisations? What new demands and opportunities will this bring? Is our sector ready to adopt these new technological advancements? Come along to NICVA to hear about the challenges and opportunities for the sector and how charities are already using this new technology.
Kith & Kin Financial Wellbeing - Social Enterprise
We are providing a course " Preparing for Retirement " - Retirement is one of the major life changes to affect any person, so we are organising a course to focus on 3 Main Areas - How Retirement affects someone - Financially, Mentally & Socially, with experts in these fields providing expert advice on how to prepare.
Find out more about PIP reform
Hearing Link has teamed up with Advice NI to offer a training session on the forthcoming Personal Independence Payment (PIP) benefits reform, that is accessible and relevant to people with hearing loss.
Join us for the event this month which will begin with a networking lunch prior to the session to find out more about the types of support and services offered by Hearing Link across Northern Ireland for people with hearing loss and their families.
The level 3 award is designed for those working towards a teaching/training qualification or for those who don't want to take a qualification but want more information about how to teach/train effectively, for example, in your workplace if you train people as part of your job either in groups or as individuals.
Roísín and Chris are launching a new Futures programme in Belfast. This group is open to young people aged 16-24 in the Belfast area.
This is an inclusive LGBTQ+ project. The six month programme focuses on; personal development, communication, wellness, team work skills and leadership.
You will receive £8 per day you attend, travel costs and child care assistance.
Community Interpreting Course is for you if:
You are looking for a new career
You are eager for a change
You are not satisfied with your current job
You would like to earn more money
You would like to help your community
Lagan Dragons is Northern Ireland’s first ever breast cancer survivor Dragon Boat team, formed in September 2015, with training sessions from Belfast Boat Club, 12 Lockview Road, Belfast.
Our team is open and inclusive to all, however, we are primarily made up of breast cancer survivors, family members and medical professionals who have supported us and been involved in our diagnoses and treatment, but we welcome new members of all ages, backgrounds and abilities!