The Manchester College are holding an Open Day on 5 November, 10am-2pm to recruit for Administration Positions in the Manchester area. This is aimed at young NEET, Manchester Residents. Those who are successful at the open day will be invited to attend a 4 week unpaid pre recruitment programme, which will then lead on to paid work experience and those who are not will be followed up and invited to attend the next round of recruitment.
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Do you want to save on your energy bill and generate your own clean electricity? Greater Manchester Combined Authority has pledged to make the city region carbon neutral by 2038. Choosing solar power for your home or business is one practical way you can reduce your carbon footprint.
Manchester’s newest bus company, Go North West are asking their fabulous employees and customers to come together and donate their precious extra hour in bed to a good cause.
So when the clocks go back on the 27 October it’s your chance to do a little special something in your community.
Wigan and Leigh College have a range of free distance learning courses available particularly around the Health and Wellbeing sector such as Understanding Autism, Principles of dementia, Awareness of mental health problems and Principles of Team leading.
The courses can increase confidence when dealing with difficult situations and learn more about issues which are around everyday.
Courses are free to everyone aged 24+ and can be completed over a 12 week period.
At the college there are assessors on hand to support either over the phone or through e-mail.
Locality has produced a package of services to help you think about the implications and risks of a no-deal Brexit and how to mitigate these.
The Voluntary and Community Sector (VCS) is a key partner in the delivery of Manchester’s Population Health Plan. This is the city’s overarching plan for reducing health inequalities and improving health outcomes for our residents. The Plan has five priorities, including the priority to create an age-friendly city that promotes good health and wellbeing for people in mid and later life.
Funding is available for projects that aim to increase the health and wellbeing of older people in each of the 12 neighbourhoods of Manchester.
The Greater Manchester VCSE Mental Health Forum is in the process of evolving the way that the VCSE sector works with the Greater Manchester Health and Social Care Partnership and the wider system around mental health.
Voluntary organisations working in the criminal justice system are now able to apply for funding through the HM Prison and Probation Service (HMPPS) grant programme for 2020-2022. The programme aims to enable voluntary organisations to contribute to better outcomes for people in prisons, under probation supervision and youth custody services.
The Association of Chairs new series of guides - Working with trustees - has been created in response to feedback from Chairs that getting the best out of a disparate group of individuals and managing difficult relationships are some of the biggest challenges they face.
Autumn is here and there is no better time to renew your charity's fundraising and governance from the comfort of your desk. Join the next sessions in the FSI’s October Webinar Series offering 90-minute interactive webinars for just £5 a piece.