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Health & Wellbeing data masterclass- 30 November- Places still available

This informative and interactive training session is designed to equip staff and volunteers working in local third sector organisations to access, understand and apply a range of freely available public data sources to support business development activities. The session will reveal how organisations can freely access a range of data sources that illustrate health and …

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Coaching Futures: Free training

Coaching Futures aims to recruit and train young people aged 16-24 as volunteer coaches and deploy them in local communities through their network of Positive Futures projects.   The programme will provide opportunities for young people interested in coaching to receive mentoring from experienced community sports coaches, gain knowledge, skills and certification through nationally recognised …

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Discover Your Potential

This free course is open to anyone over the age of 16, who is looking for work and considering volunteering as an option to develop skills. Sessions will run over three weeks, one day per week. Week 1 will be thinking about volunteering and how this can help you to achieve goals in other areas of your …

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Training: Food Safety and Health & Safety from LCYVS

LCVYS are offering the following courses:   Level 2 Certificate in Food Safety   Date: 18 November 2017          Venue: Waddington Youth Centre (Hub), High Street, Waddington, Lincoln, LN5 9RF Time: 9.30am – 4pm   Course cost LCVYS members: FREE Course cost non-members: £30   CIEH Foundation Certificate in Health & Safety in the Workplace …

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Calling groups in Lincoln

Some funding has been made available to Joanna Okrasa, one of the Community Organisers at Lincoln City Football Club – Sport and Education Trust, to train community groups/workers in ‘Community Organising’ in the current 8 neighbourhoods that Neighbourhood Working work with across the city.   If you, or anyone you know is interested, could you …

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Voluntary & Community networking event, Sleaford

Voluntary & Community Forum Thursday 28th September, 12.00 – 3.00pm including networking lunch Featuring: Dementia Friends, digital support in local communities and innovative ways to involve more volunteers… The next Voluntary and Community Forum in Sleaford is on 28th September and includes a Dementia Friends Information Session run by Bex Mezzo from Sleaford Dementia Support. …

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West Lindsey Voluntary Sector Forum

We are taking our highly successful Voluntary Sector Forum ‘on the road’; over the next 12 months we will visit 4 venues across West Lindsey.The first event will be delivered in Market Rasen. This event will focus on the theme: Volunteering. There will be a morning peer learning workshop which will run from 10:30 – …

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Mentor Training- Gainsborough

Voluntary Centre Services, funded by the mental Health Promotion fund for Lincolnshire, is offering free Mentor Training to local community and voluntary organisations. This free training is aimed at existing volunteers within your team, and aims to provide support to any new volunteers who may just need a little extra support to get involved. We …

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Free CPR and Defibrillator Training- Friday 2 June

Acis Group and LIVES are offering free CPR and Defibrillator training at the Gainsborough Uphill Community Centre on Riseholme Road on Friday 2nd June. The sessions are free and last 30 minutes. 1.30-2pm, 2-2.30pm and 2.30-3pm. Please contact Claire Tunstall or Jill Dickson on 01427 678000 to book.

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VANL Training: Introduction to Eating Disorders

In partnership with the South Yorkshire Eating Disorders Association (SYEDA), Voluntary Action North Lincolnshire are hosting an awareness session entitled ‘An Introduction to Eating Disorders’. SYEDA are a leading regional provider of one to one support, training, counselling and family support for those affected by Eating Disorders. This session is appropriate for anyone working with adults …

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