Events

Voluntary and Community sector events across Northern Ireland.

80 events

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Online / Virtual

Volunteer Now Enterprises Ltd

Do you want to know more about online volunteer induction? What to include and how to make it visually appealing? If so, Volunteer Now have the session for you!
Dates:
22 September 2020
BELFAST
Event
Online / Virtual Training/Advice

NICVA

As many organisations are preparing to deliver face-to-face events, festivals and workshops, it is important that Volunteer Managers are confident that they can keep their Volunteers and the public safe. During this session you will get important advice and guidance on your responsibilities towards volunteers and the public during a pandemic.
Dates:
22 September 2020
Event
Online / Virtual Workshop

Business in the Community

Due to the success of our ‘Back to Basics with Digital Marketing’ webinar we are delighted to bring you the next topic, a free webinar on Back to Basics: Cybersecurity.
Dates:
23 September 2020
Belfast
Event
Online / Virtual

NICVA

As many voluntary and community organisations are making important preparations for reopening offices and community facilities and restart their services and activities, NICVA have arranged a this seminar to help prepare for that return.
Dates:
23 September 2020
Event
Online / Virtual

Volunteer Now Enterprises Ltd

As we are living in the middle of a pandemic, volunteering has changed.
Dates:
23 September 2020
BELFAST
Event
Training/Advice Workshop

CoG Training

Aim of Training: To build on learning from awareness sessions and develop skills that promote a trauma sensitive response ***This training is accredited by the Safeguarding Board for Northern Ireland and not Ofqual Regulated through Qualsafe.*** Dates: Tue 23rd June 2020 9:30am – 12:30pm or Wed 1st July 2020 9:30am – 12:30pm
Dates:
24 September 2020 24 September 2020
Belfast
Event
Online / Virtual Training/Advice

NICVA

Many organisations have received emergency funding to help them with the current cashflow crisis, but what does the future hold?
Dates:
24 September 2020
Event
Online / Virtual Training/Advice

NICVA

As well as holding meetings online, many of us are also having to plan and deliver projects online, often with partners in other organisations or sectors. Indeed, collaboration has never been more important than now.
Dates:
25 September 2020
Event
Art & Culture Training/Advice Workshop

Belfast Exposed

The course will cover the basic Lightroom features and techniques that you can use to adjust, correct and enhance your photographs, how to prepare your photographs for printing, and how to catalogue and organise your library of images.
Dates:
26 September 2020
Belfast
Event
Art & Culture Outdoor Activity

MayWe

LOUGH DOWN DRIVE-IN-ARTS FESTIVAL, BELFAST SATURDAY 26TH & SUNDAY 27TH SEPTEMBER 2020 CIARAN LAVERY | MY LEFT NUT ‘THEATRE SHOW’ | JOSHUA BURNSIDE | MICKY BARTLETT | DIONA DOHERTY (Derry Girls) | RONNIE GREER & THE ALMOST BIG BAND | AND SO I WATCH YOU FROM A FAR | DINO DAY OUT ‘CHILDREN’S PERFORMANCE’ & MANY MORE! Tickets from £10- £20 plus booking fee, per vehicle On Sale now at; www.loughdown.eventbrite.co.uk Located in the heart of Belfast at; Catalyst, Queens Rd, Belfast BT3 9DT Join us in the heart of Belfast on Saturday 26th and Sunday 27th September 2020 for a weekend line-up of feel-good entertainment including music, comedy, children’s shows and arts while following social distancing guidelines from the comfort of your own vehicle. Acts confirmed include theatre show ‘My Left Nut’, musicians Ciaran Lavery, Joshua Burnside and Ronnie Greer with full band, ‘Dino day out’ for the little ones and comedians Diona Doherty and Micky Bartlett. We are also very happy to present with Crossland.IE ‘And So I Watch You From Afar’ which is guaranteed to be an exciting night. While lockdown and social distancing makes conventional gigs impossible, the Lough Down Festival is a creative alternative and much-needed opportunity for culture fans to safely engage with the arts. The festival also showcases Northern Irish talent providing a boost to local arts organisations, suppliers and individuals scrambling to replace lost income. Audiences will take part in the interactive event from the comfort and safety of their cars, parked in front of a performance set, with live action transmitted directly from the stage to LED screens and through a dedicated FM radio channel to their car radio. Speaking at the launch Festival Organiser, Sarah-Jane Montgomery from MayWe said: “MayWe are so excited to be offering fans of live arts and culture something new to enjoy. Lockdown has shown just how important the arts are to our mental health and wellbeing for young and old. As well as catering for adults during the festival we will also feature a ‘MayWee Ones’ mini-morning series of events with family-oriented content and earlier start times. “It’s great to be able to provide families and friends with a much-needed distraction to stay local and social but while, we love putting on a good show, we don’t want to risk anyone’s safety so strict hygiene measures in line with government guidelines will ensure a safe environment for all. “We are delighted to be doing our bit to keep our local arts alive. Our Artists and creatives make our community vibrant. It’s MayWe’s aim to generate new ways to support the sector during this time. We would especially like to thank Arts Council of Northern Ireland for their contribution and Catalyst for allowing us the use of their site and kindly donating their hire fee towards artists. “The Lough Down Drive-in Arts Festival is a wonderful opportunity for all of us as a community to celebrate the best of home grown talent and support our local artists and creative and technical teams”. Live show tickets range from £15-£20 plus booking fee, per vehicle. Test Drive Tickets priced at £10, per vehicle are available for community groups. For further information on these please email [email protected] Tickets on sale via www.loughdown.eventbrite.co.uk.
Dates:
26 - 27 September 2020
Belfast
Event
Online / Virtual Training/Advice

Law Centre NI

Law Centre NI's most popular training is now being delivered online, meeting your learning needs with all the flexibility of supported online learning. The next cohort starts on Monday 28 September.
Dates:
28 September - 11 December 2020
Event
Training/Advice

Advice NI

This skilled level course will look at liability for debt in changing relationships and how different circumstances and different relationships affect liability for debts.
Dates:
28 September 2020
Belfast
Event
Online / Virtual Training/Advice

NICVA

The level 5 qualification gives practicing managers and professionals the necessary knowledge, skills and confidence to introduce and improve coaching and mentoring practice into the workplace and to perform as an effective management coach.
Dates:
29 September - 26 November 2020
Event
Fundraiser Outdoor Activity

Action Cancer

Join Team Action Cancer as we explore the stunning country of India on the Dalai Lama Trek in October 2020.
Dates:
01 - 11 October 2020
Belfast
Event
Training/Advice

NICVA

The Transformative Leadership Programme (TLP) is a 10-module accredited leadership training programme funded by the Peace IV programme through Belfast City Council (BCC).
Dates:
02 October - 23 November 2020
Event
Training/Advice

NICVA

The Transformative Leadership Programme (TLP) is a 10-module accredited leadership training programme funded by the Peace IV programme through Belfast City Council (BCC).
Dates:
02 October - 11 December 2020
Event
Art & Culture Training/Advice Workshop

Belfast Exposed

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.
Dates:
03 October 2020
Belfast
Event
Seminar

NI Muslim Family Association (NIMFA)

Islamic Cultural Awareness training The Muslim community in Northern Ireland is a multi National community from all areas across the Globe, ranging from Asia, Africa, and Middle East to Europe; all Muslims are united by their common Islamic faith. NIMFA has developed this short workshop to describe how Islam is both a religion and a peaceful way of life; to allow people from an increasingly diverse society to understand the meaning of Islam and Muslims and to dispel some of the common myths and misconceptions about Islam and Muslims. The training content includes a brief outline on:  Describing what Islam is  The pillars of Islam  Women in Islam  Jihad  Shariah
Dates:
03 October 2020
Belfast
Event
Fundraiser Online / Virtual
The Colm Quigley Jog in the Bog 2020!! Take part in this worldwide event and help us to raise much needed funds for our #MentalHealthServices. We provide much needed 1-1 counselling session to people in our City and without fundraising this service would simply not be available. Support local and join in on the fun! Register at www.bbhealthforum.org Thank you!!
Dates:
05 - 10 October 2020
Derry
Event
Training/Advice

Advice NI

This training is aimed at advisers experienced in face-to-face advice, who want to develop skills in the delivery of advice via the telephone. It is a practical workshop, which will help develop telephone techniques.
Dates:
05 October 2020
Belfast
Event
Online / Virtual

PlayBoard NI

Having come through several long months of closure, school age childcare providers are now facing a new set of challenges as they work hard to re-establish their businesses in the community.
Dates:
07 October 2020
Event
Fundraiser Outdoor Activity

AWARE

We have some great news! Now that social distancing regulations are beginning to ease, we are delighted to let you know Team AWARE will be trekking Slieve Donard on Saturday, 10th October 2020 in celebration of World Mental Health Day.
Dates:
10 October 2020
Newcastle
Event
Training/Advice Workshop

CoG Training

The QA Level 3 Award in Emergency First Aid at Work (RQF) qualification is designed for individuals who wish to act as an emergency first aider. Upon successful completion of this qualification, candidates will be equipped with the essential skills needed to give safe, prompt and effective first aid in emergency situations. What’s more, as a regulated qualification, employers can book this course for their employees and rest assured that they have fulfilled their legal responsibilities for providing quality first aid training, without having to undertake any lengthy due diligence checks. What's Covered? - The roles and responsibilities of an emergency first aider - Assessing an incident - Managing an unresponsive casualty - CPR and defibrillation - Recovery Position - Choking - Seizures - Shock - Wounds and bleeding - Minor injuries • Cuts, grazes and bruises • Minor burns and scalds All our training is currently run in line with Government advice and COVID-19 Secure. All leaners will have their own individual leaning pack, PPE, hand sanitiser and training manikin.
Dates:
10 October 2020
Belfast
Event
Art & Culture Training/Advice Workshop

Belfast Exposed

This creative and practical course will help you to develop and gain confidence in street photography, how to approach your subject, shoot candid shots and develop your personal style and technique.
Dates:
10 October 2020 17 October 2020 24 October 2020
Belfast
Event
Art & Culture Training/Advice Workshop

Belfast Exposed

You will get an introduction to your camera’s manual controls, focusing on how to control aperture, shutter speed and ISO to correctly expose your photographs. This course will also enable you to apply a practical and theoretical knowledge to help you use a digital camera effectively and creatively.
Dates:
10 October 2020 17 October 2020
Belfast

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