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Training; Breaking County Lines - 25th and 26th August (West Norfolk Organisations)

A free on-line training session in 2 parts for West Norfolk VCSE organisations delivered by Andrew Frere-Smith - Development Worker for Imagine Norfolk Together

Employment Opportunity: CYP Support Worker for North Norfolk - Deadline 10th August

A vacancy has arisen within the Pandora Project Team

0-5 Community Offer training for Parent and Toddler Leaders Summer 2021

All courses will be delivered online subject to demand. In this brochure you will find a range of training that will support you on your journey of running a parent and toddler group. It will take you from your initial idea, right though to making the group a great place to support children and families in your community. You do not need to do every course in the brochure but can choose courses linked to where you are on your journey. We would recommend that those who are responsible for the running of the group should attend training in Safeguarding Children and Paediatric First Aid if they have not already. For those who receive funding from the Early Childhood Community Fund, we would expect group leaders to have attended these two courses as a minimum.

Training: Play Area Equipment Inspection - 5th August (Dereham)

The course is aimed at helping those responsible for managing play spaces learn how to effectively inspect their play equipment on a regular basis.   

The course will be led by Rik Martin RPII, registered Operational Inspector of Children’s Playgrounds.

Safeguarding – what we all need to know and do

Everyone in the VCSE community should[JC1] [SN2]  be aware of the need for vigilance and protecting the vulnerable – and understand the requirements and implications of safeguarding.  Every VCSE organisation delivering charitable activities has a duty to safeguard volunteers, staff, hirers, adults, children and young people, participants and donors.

 

Every Child Online campaign – laptops for schools

The Every Child Online campaign aims to ensure every school age child has a digital device and internet connection to learn remotely at home. 

Nelson’s Journey – negotiating the challenge of COVID-19

We feature regular articles here about how VCSE organisations across Norfolk have been adapting to, and coping with, the demands and constraints imposed by the COVID-19 pandemic. 

The Benjamin Foundation: supporting young people through life – and Covid

The Benjamin Foundation is well known across Norfolk and Suffolk for its sterling work in bringing hope, opportunity, stability and independence to children, young people and families experiencing life’s challenges. This includes working to prevent youth homelessness, offering emotional wellbeing support and providing positive activities for young people with limited opportunities. 

West Norfolk VCSE Hub meeting 8th December

The next West Norfolk VCSE Hub Meeting takes place on Tuesday 8th December 2020 between 10:30 and 12:00 on the platform Microsoft Teams. 

Safeguarding and Village Halls

The organisers of activities and events are responsible for ensuring people’s safety and wellbeing during their time there, but it doesn’t mean the village hall volunteers and staff are absolved from responsibility. it’s helpful to have a closer look at why it’s especially important for hall committees to have the right policies and procedures in place.  

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