Arts

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Training/Advice

CB Training Services

This programme has been created for those who would like to add teaching to their personal portfolio of skills, or who are already teaching, but need a teaching qualification.   Participants will achieve certification for Level 3 Award in Education and Training.  Successfully completing his qualification may enable you to deliver internal, mandatory training, such as manual handling, removing the need to buy in external trainers.
Dates:
18 January - 22 March 2023
NEWTOWNABBEY
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Art & Culture

Excalibur Press

"Seinnigí Linn le Cormac de Barra: Ceardlann Cruite agus Ceolchoirm"
Dates:
17 July 2022
Belfast
nadia sawalha launches #thereforme
News

Eden Project Communities

#ThereForMe is a new social media campaign celebrating the people who support us locally.  For those who take part on social media, there’s a little treat in store, as The Big Lunch will be randomly gifting all the way to Christmas day.
Event
Art & Culture

Belfast Exposed

Belfast Exposed presents a solo photographic exhibition that showcases new photographic works by Futures Awardee David Copeland ‘A Blanket of Woven Shadows’, Copeland’s work employs conceptual and documentary approaches, exploring states of mind, place and the boundaries physical and psychological that can hold us in-between.
Dates:
02 September - 02 October 2021
belfast
Event
Art & Culture

Vault

The Canteen Gallery at Vault officially launches our 2022 programme on 4th March with a Vault multidisiplinary group show to celebrate International Women's Day (which takes place on 8th March).
Dates:
04 - 13 March 2022
Belfast
Event
Art & Culture Workshop

Belfast Buildings Trust

Are you interested in the performing arts? Fancy a career in it? Belfast Buildings Trust and Northern Ireland Opera are collectively hosting a FREE theatre skills workshop where attendees can explore special effect make-up, costume making, set design, and much more with the guidance of theatre professionals. This is a fantastic opportunity to try out specialist theatre skills in a fun and welcoming environment! Open to people of all ages (but recommended for 14+). Belfast Buildings Trust is working with Northern Ireland Opera and other partners to explore what happens in Carlisle Memorial Church. The building’s future must play a creative role in Belfast’s future. We want the ideas for what it can be to come from working with you and others across Belfast. It means that this work is about the places you know and love.
Dates:
10 November 202212 November 2022
Belfast
Event
Online / Virtual Workshop

Work West Enterprise Agency

This workshop will focus on getting to ‘know your market’ and how to identify and reach out to your customer base and key stakeholders.  It is being delivered as part of the Ards and North Down Social Entrepreneurship Programme (ANDSEP)
Dates:
10 February 2022
BELFAST
Ours to share poster
News

Rural Community Network

The ‘Ours to Share’ grant scheme is for rural community groups / organisations who are interested in developing heritage projects in rural areas. Grants for up to £1,000 and £5,000 are available.
Event
Art & Culture

Thrive

Research interviews about your engagement with arts & culture in NI
Dates:
23 November 2022
Newry
Culture Night 2020 goes online
News
Streaming across a number of virtual platforms on Friday September 18th, Culture Night Online 2020 aims to be accessible to those who would attend in-person each year as well as those who have yet to experience the best of Northern Ireland’s arts and cult
Organisation
VCSE

Duncairn Complex
Duncairn Avenue
Belfast
BT14 6BP
United Kingdom

174 Trust focuses on work dedicated to tackling many of the problems confronting the local community and meeting the needs of those living in the local area with Nursery, Afterschool, Disability Groups and an Arts and Culture Centre.

Event
Art & Culture

Excalibur Press

230 years a-harping with renowned Irish harpers
Dates:
16 July 2022
Belfast
Organisation
VCSE

77 University Street
Belfast
BT7 1HL
United Kingdom

The 4 Corners Festival seeks to inspire people from across the city to transform it for the peace and prosperity of all. It consists of innovative events designed to entice people out of their own ‘corners’ of the city.

Co-founders Reverend Steve Stockman and Father Martin Magill. Photo by Pacemaker.
News

Excalibur Press

Dreams…Visions for Belfast theme for annual celebration
Organisation
Other

85 Great Victoria street
Belfast
BT27AF
United Kingdom

We are a Hip-Hop based charity working in Belfast, Northern Ireland. Our team, comprised of musicians, lyricists, dancers, and artists, is dedicated to delivering creative projects that engage our communities. Our social outreach projects introduce people to various Hip-Hop artforms, covering street art, dance, lyricism & MCing, DJing & music production.
Organisation
VCSE

Beat Carnival Centre
11-47 Boyd Street
Belfat
BT13 2GU
United Kingdom

Beat is Northern Ireland’s Carnival Arts company.
Cahoots Artistic Director Paul McEneaney launching the new Cahoots show University of Wonder & Imagination.Photo by Francine Montgomery / Excalibur PressFor more information contact Tina Calder, Excalibur Press, 07305354209, tina@excaliburpress.co.uk
News
Theatre lovers in Northern Ireland will be treated to a new era in theatre thanks to innovative and forward thinking company Cahoots NI.
Event
Art & Culture

Excalibur Press

A Tribute to harper Denis Hempson
Dates:
09 July 2022
Magilligan
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Art & Culture Conference Launch Online / Virtual Seminar Training/Advice Workshop

CoG Training

Level 2 Developing Trauma Sensitive Approaches to Practice Training Aim of Training: To build on learning from awareness sessions and develop skills that promote a trauma sensitive response Objectives: You will be able to- • State key objectives of ACE and trauma-sensitive training. • Enhance your skills and confidence to use a trauma sensitive LENS in order to support and develop resilience for those you work with. • Identify the impact of secondary and vicarious trauma. • Identify ways in which you can support the health and wellbeing of all staff, including volunteers.
Dates:
09 February 2021
Belfast
Event
Art & Culture Conference Launch Online / Virtual Seminar Training/Advice Workshop

CoG Training

Level 2 Developing Trauma Sensitive Approaches to Practice Training Aim of Training: To build on learning from awareness sessions and develop skills that promote a trauma sensitive response Objectives: You will be able to- • State key objectives of ACE and trauma-sensitive training. • Enhance your skills and confidence to use a trauma sensitive LENS in order to support and develop resilience for those you work with. • Identify the impact of secondary and vicarious trauma. • Identify ways in which you can support the health and wellbeing of all staff, including volunteers.
Dates:
16 March 2021
Belfast
ACORN FUND SHOWCASE
News

Nerve Centre

Applications are now open for the Acorn Fund’s City of Culture Legacy Grants Fund, where community and voluntary groups from across County Derry can benefit from grants of up to £3,000, to support innovative arts and cultural projects in their local areas
Active Citizens in action
News

British Council Northern Ireland

Grant funding is available for Northern Ireland organisations to become Delivery Partners in Active Citizens, the British Council's social leadership training programme.
Event
Training/Advice

CoG Training

Aim of Training: To raise awareness of the potential impact of ACEs on individuals and communities.
Dates:
12 February 202005 March 2020
Belfast
Event
Art & Culture Conference Online / Virtual Seminar Training/Advice Workshop

CoG Training

Aim of Training: To raise awareness of the potential impact of ACEs on individuals and communities. ***This training is accredited by the Safeguarding Board for Northern Ireland and not Ofqual Regulated through Qualsafe.*** Aim of Training: To raise awareness of the potential impact of ACEs on individuals and communities. Objectives: To develop - • An awareness of ACEs and their potential impact on children and adults across the lifespan. • An ability to identify the potential impact of trauma and ACEs on the brain and possible subsequent behaviour. • An awareness of the use of an ACE/trauma sensitive lens. • An awareness of the importance of preventing and mitigating ACEs. • An ability to identify appropriate pathways to support wellbeing for staff, volunteers and service users.
Dates:
15 March 2021
Belfast
Event
Art & Culture Conference Online / Virtual Seminar Training/Advice Workshop

CoG Training

Aim of Training: To raise awareness of the potential impact of ACEs on individuals and communities. ***This training is accredited by the Safeguarding Board for Northern Ireland and not Ofqual Regulated through Qualsafe.*** Aim of Training: To raise awareness of the potential impact of ACEs on individuals and communities. Objectives: To develop - • An awareness of ACEs and their potential impact on children and adults across the lifespan. • An ability to identify the potential impact of trauma and ACEs on the brain and possible subsequent behaviour. • An awareness of the use of an ACE/trauma sensitive lens. • An awareness of the importance of preventing and mitigating ACEs. • An ability to identify appropriate pathways to support wellbeing for staff, volunteers and service users.
Dates:
08 February 2021
Belfast
Event
Online / Virtual Training/Advice Workshop

CoG Training

Aim of Training: To raise awareness of the potential impact of ACEs on individuals and communities. ***This training is accredited by the Safeguarding Board for Northern Ireland and not Ofqual Regulated through Qualsafe.***
Dates:
10 September 202010 September 2020
Belfast
Event
Training/Advice

CoG Training

Aim of Training: To raise awareness of the potential impact of ACEs on individuals and communities. ***This training is accredited by the Safeguarding Board for Northern Ireland and not Ofqual Regulated through Qualsafe.***
Dates:
01 April 202014 April 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
Dates:
26 February 202026 March 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 202024 September 2020
Belfast
News

Advice NI

Advice NI is supporting EU citizens and their families to continue to live, work and study in the UK after June 30th, 2021.