The GSK IMPACT Awards provide core funding, training and national recognition for charities doing excellent work to improve people's health and wellbeing. Up to 20 awards will be made ranging from £3,000 to £40,000.
Valuing the combined lived experience of mental health and professional knowledge we co-produce courses to improve the wellbeing of people in the community of Belfast. Recovery College students include service users, families, friends, carers, staff and those with an interest in wellbeing and mental health. A peer educator with lived experience of mental health and a staff educator with knowledge of the subject area facilitate the workshops.
The Belfast Recovery College welcomes everyone to attend our free wellbeing and mental health education and learning programmes. There are a range of courses open to the community of Belfast. All you have to do is enrol!
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Join us for the next eden project Communities camp. An experience designed for people who want to make good things happen where they live.
This camp is for beginner volunteers and people who have ideas they have not had the courage to take action on yet.
Do you have an idea you want to start up in your neighbourhood? Or do you know someone who makes a difference where you live? Eden Project Communities partnered with National Lottery are searching for ten people to represent Northern Ireland
Grudges are not restricted by gender, age, class or ethnicity. We have all known grudges; by holding them ourselves, knowing someone who has held one or have been on the receiving end of a person’s grudge. Grudges can be deep and last a lifetime. This workshop will explore from a psychodynamic perspective why we choose to keep wounds open and active, choosing to live in the past. What keeps us stuck when we actually want to move on and be free?
Riverside Centre Young Street Lisburn BT27 5EA United Kingdom
Our vision is of a world where everyone has a decent place to live. Habitat for Humanity is a Christian housing organisation which welcomes people of all faiths and none. Seeking to put God's love into action, Habitat brings people together to build homes, communities and hope.
To celebrate Shelter NI’s 40th anniversary this year, we are hosting an online panel discussion with the Imagine Belfast Festival of Politics and Ideas on common misconceptions of homelessness, what issues homeless organisations are facing during this time, how they are planning to continue to provide support for homeless people, and most importantly – what you can do to help!
Speaking at the event will be a panel of experienced professionals, from managers of homeless support networks in the UK to those working on the frontlines. If you’d like to find out more, there will be a chance to submit questions at the end in an interactive live format.
This four-day accredited course provides an introduction to the skills and knowledge required to offer effective training programmes to others. At the end of the course participants will be able to develop and prepare resources for training, plan, prepare and facilitate group learning and development and reflect on own practice in learning and development.
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Share your views on international aid & global challenges. Habitat for Humanity will use these responses to shape their public information campaigns on global urban issues.
Go to: www.surveymonkey.com/r/BuildSG
The UK Money Guider Network partners are thrilled to be bringing you a free lunchtime conference for front line practitioners delivering money guidance in their roles. The conference is being offered as part of the Money and Pensions Service’s Talk Money Week campaign (#TalkMoney), which is designed to get the nation talking about money, from pocket money to pensions.
In May 2021, MaPS launched four Money Guider Networks (#MoneyGuiders) to support practitioners from a range of sectors across the UK. Forums, workshops, and webinars have been running in each of the nations and now there’s a new opportunity to meet and collaborate with each other.
Take your pick from either of the 1.5hr conference sessions or come along to both and network with more people. The conference will bring together our four expert Network partners to explore the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on money guidance and its importance for economic recovery.
Quaker Social Action (England), Hafal (Wales), Reed in partnership (Northern Ireland) and The Improvement Service (Scotland) will be sharing their insights on how the Money Guider Networks can support those on the front-line delivering money guidance, to take their help further.
This ever popular course is back and some changes have been made to help learners improve their teaching practice. The Level 3 Award is designed for those working towards a teaching/training qualification or for those who don't want to take a qualification but want more information about how to teach/train effectively, for example, in your workplace if you train people as part of your job either in groups or as individuals.