If you are currently suffering from stress, know someone who is or just want to be better equipped, then this is the course for you!
Pre-registration is not essential but if you would like to express your interest or have any questions, use the email below.
This course run in association with Queens University Open Learning is a practical introduction to the concepts and technologies that underpin video and data analysis using the sports world as its case study. So, if you are a sports coach, aspiring analyst, teacher, social media blogger, sports journalist or simply enthusiastic about data and human performance then join us on this practical course to develop your performance analysis skills.
Gain knowledge and learn how to assist clients and families making decisions on housing choices. With an increasing aging population more of us are required to assist clients & their families make decisions regarding housing choices. Decisions regarding remaining at home or seeking to move into residential care are difficult and require support and informed decision making.
Inspire Wellbeing, Action Mental Health, the Patient Client Council and the Department of Health are hosting a series of consultation workshops relating to the Department's upcoming mental health action plan.
Designed for those working with international aid and development organisations, this workshop will explore the ethics of taking and sharing photographs of development work in the Global South, focusing especially on representation with dignity and obtaining informed consent.
This event is hosted by the Photography Ethics Centre as part of One World Festival 2019.
Rural Community Network NI, Rose Regeneration & Social Value UK invite you to a FREE event to discuss measuring Social Value in Northern Ireland.
-Find out about the Social Value Engine, how it works and hear first hand from some of the groups using it;
-Hear from Social Value UK about how the sector is changing the way society accounts for value;
-Plan your next steps and find out how to access help and support
We extend to you an invitation to BCS NI AGM and Chair's Invitational Talk 2019. This year's theme will be Tech for Good, and following the AGM we introduce our guest speaker from CCEA, followed by a Panel Discussion chaired by Daniel Aldridge, BCS Senior Policy and Programme Manager.