Rural development

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Event
Online / Virtual Seminar Training/Advice Workshop

National Energy Action (NEA) NI

Habits and behaviours can be hard to change, but they can have a huge impact on how much a household spends on energy. Energy advisers need to be able to provide guidance around habits and behaviours when talking to householders. The course will look at of some of the theories and findings in the field of decision making, focusing specifically on simple practical things they can do to encourage people to act on the energy-related advice they receive.
Dates:
07 March 2023
BELFAST
Event
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
Event

Eden Project Communities

Eden Project Communities events presents... Community Connected Together Community workers and volunteers lets come together this Good Relations Week for a networking lunch to share connect and learn from each other.
Dates:
18 September 2023
Belfast
News

Law Society of Northern Ireland

The Writ magazine is published by the Law Society of Northern Ireland.
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
Online / Virtual Workshop

UK Parliament - Education and Engagement Service

Delivered by an Education Officer from the Westminster Parliament, this online workshop offers participants the opportunity to learn about how Parliament works; its relevance to everyday life and, most importantly, how citizens can get their voices heard through engagement in democratic processes.
Dates:
27 July - 20 November 2020
London
Event
Conference

Rural Community Network

Our theme for the Annual Conference is 'Celebrating Rural Life'. We will be exploring how local groups and people really embrace self-help and community development across rural regions despite austerity, lack of investment and withdrawal of services.
Dates:
29 November 2018
Bellaghy
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
Online / Virtual Seminar Workshop

Rural Community Network

Come and join us in an online event to listen, learn and engage around developments in mobile connectivity and consider if and how rural communities here might benefit.
Dates:
26 January 2022
Cookstown
Event
Conference Seminar Training/Advice

Armagh City, Banbridge and Craigavon Borough Council

Armagh City, Banbridge and Craigavon Borough Council Jobs Fair 23rd June at South Lake Leisure Centre, Craigavon.
Dates:
23 June 2022
Craigavon
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:
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
Event
Seminar

British Heart Foundation Northern Ireland

Pioneering research funded by the British Heart Foundation has helped us better understand the link between air pollution and heart and circulatory disease. Hear from the experts about this and discuss how we improve air quality in Northern Ireland.
Dates:
27 November 2019
Belfast
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

Consumer Council for Northern Ireland

Ahead of the busy Christmas online shopping period including Black Friday and Cyber Monday, The Consumer Council is helping shoppers in Northern Ireland who experience postal delivery problems to complain.
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.
News

Advice NI

Advice NI are delighted to announce the following courses taking place throughout the month of December.
Organisation
VCSE

51 Downshire Road
Newry
BT341EE
United Kingdom

Altnaveigh House Ltd will act as an enabler working within a community based ethos to bring forward the necessary skills needed to improve the quality of life of the community it represents, through education, the creation of employment and the provision

Organisation
Business

The Studio,
Garrison Road
Magherafelt
BT45 8RD
United Kingdom

Anna Clarke is Director of Prospect Community, an independent community development learning consultancy based in Mid Ulster, working across the island of Ireland and further afield. Anna uses a collaborative approach to work with communities, CVSE organisations, and statutory sector agencies to design, deliver and measure the impact of programmes and services that contribute to informing and improving community development practice and supporting social change.
Organisation
VCSE

58 Greystone Road
Antrim
Antrim
BT41 1JZ
United Kingdom

Antrim Enterprise Agency was established in 1991 to stimulate social and economic regeneration in the Antrim area through:

Providing office and workspace accommodation to small start up and developing businesses. The agency currently has just over 40

Organisation
VCSE

16 ISMAILIA ROAD
FOREST GATE
LONDON
E7 9PH
United Kingdom

Youth development
Community education and training
Youth club Information and communication technology
Women affairs
Cultural activities
Library and information services

Event
Training/Advice Workshop

Work West Enterprise Agency

This workshop is being delivered as part of the Ards and North Down Social Entrepreneurship Programme (ANDSEP). Any aspiring/ existing social enterprise is very welcome to attend.
Dates:
29 January 2020
Bangor