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Resource: e-Learning Recruitment and Induction tools

Acas Learning Online offer free online learning modules to managers, supervisors and anyone responsible for improving business or operational performance to better manage recruitment and employment issues.  

Long Term Mental Health Strategy

The Norfolk and Waveney Sustainable Transformation Partnership (STP) are working to develop a ten year mental health strategy 

Norfolk’s Safeguarding Adults Board Strategic Plan

The Norfolk’s Safeguarding Adults Board (NSAB) have published their Strategic Plan for 2018-21 and its supporting Business Plan for 2018-19.

Helping your community enterprise to survive and thrive

A community enterprise is a sustainable business that meets a need in a community by relying on people buying what you’re selling – whether that’s products or services. The things you sell, or the activities required of you, to create your products and services, or both, will help you meet that need.

Social Prescribing: From rhetoric to reality

Resources from The King's Fund's Social Prescribing Event. 

Resource: Neighbourhood Planning Toolkit

Beauty in my Backyard (BIMBY) is a toolkit that provides communities with an easy process to bring together the appropriate people, when developing a Neighbourhood Plan.

Resource: Measuring Impact

Inspiring Impact has shared “Measuring Up!” their tool to help organisations review and improve how they demonstrate their impact. 

Resources: Norfolk Safeguarding Adults Board

The following items have been added to the Norfolk Safeguarding Adults Board’s website:

  • Channel 4 Documentary about Modern Slavery
  • Why trust, time and small steps are key to working with people who hoard
  • Free professional learning seminars on FGM (Female Genital Mutilation)
  • Information sheets for partners on Operation Gravity

West Norfolk drop-in advice clinics

In October and November Community Action Norfolk (CAN) will be holding free drop-in info sessions across West Norfolk for any voluntary and community groups that need practical support.

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