Level 3 Award in Leadership & Management (3 days classroom based tuition + 3 assignments). Delegates can also attend the training without the need to register with ILM. Delegates registering for the accredited training will also receive tutorial support for completion of their assignments.
The training is aimed at people who wish to develop effective Leadership and Management skills (whilst also attaining an industry recognised management qualification).
Art & Culture
Join us for our Digital Photography over Coffee Course in partnership with Café Destination. The Coffee Morning Academy is an idea and developed so that you learn over coffee in a relaxed and friendly environment, a family run cafe.
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.
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.
This workshop provides an opportunity to:
- Explore different methods of involving young people in your organisation
- Identify strengths and weaknesses of different approaches
- Learn from other organisations via examples of good practice
- Reflect on your own practice and identify areas for improvement
Knowledge of the law on consent is an essential tool for every practitioner working in in any health or social care setting. Respect for a client’s rights to make their own decision is an essential aspect of practice. Clients have the right to make their own decisions, even if they are unwise decisions, if they have sufficient decision making capacity to do so. Where a client does not have decision making capacity for a specific decision, the practitioner should then assess the alternatives provided by current NI Legislation and Common Law, and in consultation with named others, to proceed in the client’s best interests.