On Thursday 4 April 2019, at Action Together’s third AGM its members unanimously voted to make an amendment to the charity’s constitution to include Rochdale as an area of benefit in Action Together’s charitable objects.
Free Skills Development for the frontline workforce in Tameside and Glossop.
Excited by the prospect of having a different kind of conversation with individuals that leads to better outcomes for the person? Interested in how person centred coaching can lead to more satisfying contacts for both individuals and practitioners? Sign up for this stimulating tried, tested and evidence based two day workshop, developed by TPC Health (leaders in UK coaching).
Emergency First Aid at Work & Paediatric First Aid Skills
Level 2 Food Hygiene
Inspiring Impact has just launched a new website for people who work and volunteer for charities, funders, and social enterprises.
Get started with impact measurement with our free online resources. Get practical recommendations on what data to collect and how with a data diagnostic.
Get inspired by what others are doing through case studies. Or join a peer learning network across the UK to share with and learn from others.
Volunteers’ Week 1 – 7 June is a time to say thank you for the fantastic contribution volunteers make. During the week, hundreds of events and celebrations take place across the country, saying thank you to volunteers and recognising their invaluable and diverse contribution to the UK.
Action Together is inviting local VCFSE groups across Oldham and Tameside to apply for one of our Volunteers’ Week Fast Grants to support an activity during June 2019.
Oldham Cares has signed a pioneering contract to improve the health and wellbeing of hundreds of residents on the world’s first International Social Prescribing Day (March 14).
Oldham Cares* has awarded a three-year contract to a local consortium of voluntary and community organisations to create a Social Prescribing Innovation Partnership arrangement – thought to be one of the first for the public sector in England.
The NSPCC has launched a new website to provide safeguarding information for professionals working with children and young people.
The website, NSPCC Learning, shares free safeguarding news and examples of best practice. Professionals working with children will be able to purchase a number of services, including training courses, safeguarding assessments, teaching resources and consultancy for schools.
See more at: NSPCC
A food strategy for Tameside: how can we improve health, protect the environment and cut the costs?
The Tameside Food Partnership is developing a healthy and sustainable food strategy for Tameside. They’d like to hear what you think – about your experiences and what matters to you in terms of food and health, the cost of food and the impact of food on the environment. It has launched a survey at www.tameside.gov.uk/foodsurvey, which will close at midnight on Monday 29 April.
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GMCVO is looking to recruit five VCSE organisations from the health and social care sector in Greater Manchester as participants for a small research study.
The study is funded by the Community University Partnership Initiative (CUPI) and will be conducted jointly with MMU Business School. It aims to look at the ways in which VCSE organisations co-produce their services with service users and make recommendation for good practice through a formal report and poster.
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