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0 New ‘Include-IT Mersey’ project aims to get people online

Include-IT Mersey Digital Inclusion project offers IT skills training and employment support for local, unemployed people, especially those aged 45 and over.

Include-IT Mersey is a new project, jointly funded by the European Social Fund and the Big Lottery Fund as part of its 2014-2020 Building Better Opportunities Programme. The project will provide a personalised package of support to digitally excluded residents of the Liverpool City Region that are out of work to help improve their IT and online skills, confidence in using and practical access to digital technologies and, ultimately, support them towards and into employment.

0 North West Regional Bite-size – Beginners’ Legacy Management 15th November at Claire House Children’s Hospice Bebington

Continuing ILM’s regional training programme with this specially devised one-day course (normally two days) to provide an overview of estate administration and charity practice.
During the morning we will review the legal background to legacies followed by consideration of the practicalities of dealing with legacies at a charity including dealing with executors, trustees and members of the public. The course will finish with a practical case study incorporating the themes and topics encountered earlier in the day.

0 Wirral Chamber are hosting a Employer Information Event to help inform organisations about Universal Credit – 12th October 2017

Join us at our upcoming Employer Information Event to help inform businesses about the Universal Credit full service which is being rolled out in the Wirral area on 15th November 2017.

Universal Credit is a new single monthly payment for people who are on a low income or out of work. It brings together a range of current benefits and tax credits.

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0 Supporting Families Enhancing Futures – new model for working with families.

Supporting Families Enhancing Futures (SFEF) is a new model for working with families. The model will improve how we, as practitioners and volunteers engage with families and work with them to assess and respond to their needs.

The model is centred on responding to and improving the daily lives of children.

5 Principles of SFEF

 understand the world of children
 understand the world of adults
 recognise family strengths, as well as concerns,
 engage families in the change process
 measure change through actions and interventions

0 Clear Lessons Foundation just launched – creating free video learning for the charity sector.

We’ve created and sourced more than 1,200 free bite-sized learning videos produced specifically for charity workers.
Our videos feature experts sharing open and honest stories about what they’ve learned, covering everything from fundraising to digital to management.

Think of us as a mentor in your pocket, offering you advice, best practice and tips, helping you learn anytime anywhere.

0 Tranmere Education and Mind – Adult Learning Courses

Feeling down, anxious or fed up or know someone who is?

Tranmere are offering free 6 week courses for adults aged 19+ aimed at helping to improve wellbeing.

Explore strategies to improve your mood, thoughts and behaviour.

Discover new opportunities for wellbeing through learning and physical activity in a fun and relaxed environment.

0 Introduction to Grant Funding workshop – 10th May 2017 – places still available.

Community Action Wirral are delivering an introduction to Grant Funding workshop on the 10th of May from 12:45 – 3pm.

The workshop will be held at The Lauries, 142 Claughton Road, Birkenhead, CH41 6EY in the Training Hub.

This workshop is funded by The Family and Lifelong Learning service and is available to anyone who is unemployed or not working.

The course will cover all elements of a funding application and will give participants a chance to try completing a funding application themselves.

If you would like some more information, or to book onto the workshop, please get in touch with Zel Rodgers by email: [email protected] or telephone: 0151 353 9700.

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