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Training Opportunities at Conway Education Centre

Please see links to brochure below detailing a number of September opportunities for the Adult Education Programme at the Conway Education centre, Conway Mill, Belfast.. Sept 2016 Front September 2016 courses

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Cybercrime course offered by RCN

Rural Community Network is pleased to announce that we are offering a short course called “Cybercrime” this coming October. We all now live in a permanently connected world. Whether we embrace it or not, access to Twitter, Facebook, You Tube and many other social networking platforms is everywhere. Social media has embedded itself in our culture and a world without …

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Promoting Wellbeing Team New Training Brochure

Please follow the link below for the Southern Health and Social Care Trusts Promoting Wellbeing training brochure Sept 2013- Mar 2015 http://www.southerntrust.hscni.net/services/2245.htm   Promoting Wellbeing Team Southern Health & Social Care Trust St Luke’s Hospital, 71 Loughgall Road Armagh, BT61 7NQ Telephone:         028 3741 2129  

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Making Moves North Belfast

Making Moves North Belfast is a project that has been developed by local organisations for the local community of North Belfast. Making Moves aims to provide practical, immediate guidance and support to those who are in need and to prevent homelessness. Making Moves provides a welcoming, comfortable environment where people can access a wide range of services from a number …

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Suicide Prevention Courses

  Promoting Mental Health & Suicide Prevention   Autumn Training 2014   Month/Year Annual Marker Date Time Training Session Training provider Target Group Venue October World Mental Health Day Wednesday 8th October 2014 10.00 a.m -2.00 p.m SafeTALK (Level 2) Dare to Stretch (Aine Wallace) Practitioners/ Community Development Workers/ Carers/ Clergy/ Youth Workers Cookstown library November Survivors of Suicide Week Thursday …

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Northern Health and Social Care Trust Family Carer Support Events 2014

Event Date & Time Venue Details Carers Information and Activity Day 24th September, 10am – 2pm (lunch provided) Cookstown Leisure Centre ‘Taking Control’, Chest Heart and Stroke 30th September – for 6 weeks Antrim Refresh & Relax at Drumalis(Only people who have not attended a Drumalis carer support day before are eligible to register for this) 3rd October 10am – …

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FREE Seminar Event: Housing and homelessness – who can help?

      This is a partnership event with the NIHE (Northern Ireland Housing Executive) and is aimed at Stronger Together members who encounter clients/service users, specifically BME clients, struggling with their accommodation, whether it is public housing or private rentals. This is an opportunity to speak directly to a range of organisations involved in housing and to inform future …

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Domestic Violence Support Resource

The South Eastern Domestic Violence Partnership has collated a list of organisations able to provide help and support in the area of Domestic Violence. CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD DOMESTIC VIOLENCE SUPPORT ORGANISATIONS DOCUMENT

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Healthy Workforce = Healthy Business

Employees are your biggest asset – look after them! 2014 Diary dates for unique and beneficial health and well being courses for ALL employees: The Public Health Agency in partnership with BGA wish to recruit COMMUNITY WORKERS in the South Eastern Health Trust area who would like to attend the ACCREDITED HEALTH CHAMPION course on Wednesday 29th January 2014 at Lisburn Enterprise Organisation.  …

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Hate Crime and Signal Crime Advocacy Services

Currently Policing with the Community Branch, of the Police Service of Northern Ireland are working with five advocates to improve services for victims of hate crime and to tackle the under reporting of such crimes/ incidents. The advocates have been tasked with the role of contacting (where consent has been given) the victims of hate crime. This function is being …

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