Sport/recreation

333 support services available across this Council. View services available across Northern Ireland
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
News

Law Society of Northern Ireland

The Writ magazine is published by the Law Society of Northern Ireland.
Sign up for Simon Community NI's Dragon Boat Race
News

Open Strategic Communications

Leading homeless charity, Simon Community NI is set to make a big splash in September with the popular Dragon Boat Race in 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.
Poster
News

Lear Training

Awareness and referral training supported by poster that can be individualised launches in January.
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
Fundraiser Outdoor Activity

Action Cancer

Join Action Cancer on Saturday 23rd May 2020 to conquer the seven peaks of the highest and most spectacular mountain range in Northern Ireland while helping local people affected by cancer. All proceeds raised will go towards the delivery of Action Cancer’s prevention, detection and support services.
Dates:
23 May 2020
Newcastle
Event
Fundraiser Outdoor Activity

Action Cancer

Always wanted to fly across the lagan? Now is your chance! Sign up now to zip line 1000ft across Belfast’s River Lagan and reach speeds of up to 40mph while being 150ft high! All proceeds raised will go towards the delivery of Action Cancer’s prevention, detection and support services.
Dates:
25 April 2020
Belfast
8/10 students report improvement in confidence thanks to Lidl Northern Ireland Sport for Good programme
News

LK Communications

Retailer’s pioneering mental health initiative for secondary schools returns for a second year as evaluation data reveals the positive impact of programme for young people across the region
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
Event
Fundraiser

Action Cancer

Descend the Dome charity event happening at Victoria Square on Sunday 22nd September! Why not take on this exciting challenge for Action Cancer and abseil from Victoria Square’s iconic glass dome in aid of their charity of the year, Action Cancer. Registration fee: £35pp Minimum sponsorship of £70 pp applies Must be +12 years to abseil. For a limited time only we are able to offer 2 registrations fees for the price of 1 – meaning 2 people can sign up for just £35 Taking on this exhilarating challenge and facing your fears for Action Cancer will give support to a local person when they need it most. Many cancer patients often feel anxious, vulnerable and scared when they receive their cancer diagnosis or when they are going through their treatment plan, however the money you raise doing an abseil will allow action cancer to continue to provide free support services such as counselling to people at their lowest point. Counselling provides a safe and supportive environment to allow clients to acknowledge and articulate their fears and anxieties surrounding their diagnosis or the diagnosis of a loved one.
Dates:
22 September 2019
Belfast
Organisation
VCSE

Active 4 Health

Active For Health

The Clinton Centre
Belmore Street
Enniskillen
BT74 6AA
United Kingdom

Our objective is to promote physical health and mental well-being through participation in a wide range of sports and fitness based activities. Working in the local community we promote and deliver a range of opportunities for sport and recreation.
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.
News

Consumer Council for Northern Ireland

The Consumer Council has written to the Civil Aviation Authority urging them to ensure that airlines provide passengers with the refunds they are legally entitled to under EU regulations, following numerous flight cancellations amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
Event
Outdoor Activity Seminar Training/Advice

Forest Fitness NI

Operation Pew Pew 3 / Operation ORB 2 Saturday 5th August 2023 Pew pew 3 Sunday 5th August 2023 ORB 2 S51 Carrickfergus Co. Antrim Ticket price for this year is £25 per day if Saturday or Sunday booked £50 for two days (Free camping on Saturday night). Saturday night entertainment, licensed Bar, Live singer, Axe-trowing compitetion. Tickets are limited to 150 per day and first come first served with a reserve list being created once all tickets are sold. Saturday is an all ticket event with no tickets available on the day. Sunday balance can be pay on the day. Deposit of £5 per day to secure you ticket. This is NON REFUNDABLE Balance for Op Pew Pew of £20 to be paid by 22nd July 2023 by 9PM. There is an option on the store to pay the balance for those who wish to do so When purchasing a ticket/multiple tickets please state all players names and team colours via private message to me on this group, Please use Online Delivery for pick up Tickets can be purchased using the link below only https://ni-airsoft-sales.sumupstore.com Operation ORB Deposit of £5 per day to secure you ticket. This is NON REFUNDABLE Balance can be payed on the day of event Sunday 6th August
Dates:
05 - 06 August 2023
Carrickfergus
Event
Art & Culture Workshop

DU Dance (NI)

Come along and try out dance and movement in a fun and friendly environment!
Dates:
17 January - 19 June 202017 January - 19 June 2020
Ballymoney
Organisation
VCSE

6 Fir Grove Lane
ANTRIM
BT41 4PD
United Kingdom

Antrim Festival Group: team of local volunteers who’s aim is to encourage greater community involvement; to create a sense of pride in the town which participants live and work - to build confidence and create a general feel good factor. Charity no.102722
Job | Temporary

AO24T - Temporary Admin Officer - The Girls' Brigade Northern Ireland (GBNI), Antrim

The Girls' Brigade Northern Ireland

NJC Scales Grade 4: 7 - 11
Antrim
Organisation
VCSE

United Kingdom

Archery NI is the Regional Society for the sport of Archery in Northern Ireland

Organisation
VCSE

Ardoyne Youth Club, Old Beltex Mill
Flax Street
Belfast
BT14 7EJ
United Kingdom

Ardoyne Youth Club is a registered charity and has been delivering youth provision within the Ardoyne area of North Belfast for nearly 50 years. As an organisation we are very much aware of our role within the community, offering targeted youth provision.