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Police and Crime Commissioners – 2 years on

Sector News - Mon, 08/09/2014 - 09:29

Two years on from the initial elections of Police and Crime Commissioners, Clinks has a short survey to find out what is working and what is acting as a barrier to the voluntary sector’s ability to shape and deliver local services that make communities safer places. Responses will help create a set of recommendations for key decision-makers.

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Third Sector Awards Cymru

Sector News - Mon, 08/09/2014 - 09:27

WCVA’s annual Third Sector Awards Cymru honour the hard work and inspirational achievements of the sector in Wales. There are six categories, including Award for Good Governance, Health, Social Care and Wellbeing Award, Environmental Award.

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Nuneaton & Bedworth Community Action Network (CAN)

Warwickshire Partnership Events - Mon, 08/09/2014 - 06:16
When:
Thursday, 2 October 2014 from 09:30 to 13:00 (BST)

Where:
Life Church, The Christian Centre
17 Bulkington Road
CV12 9DG Bedworth
United Kingdom

Hosted By:
Warwickshire Community and Voluntary Action

Warwickshire CAVA provides the following support to the Voluntary & Community Sector Organisations and groups within Warwickshire:

  • Funding advice/Support
  • Group support/Development
  • Community Development
  • Training
  • Strong Representation under COMPACT
  • Community Accountancy

Warwickshire CAVA supports volunteers within Rugby and Warwick District. Our Volunteer Centres provide the following:

  • Volunteering Recruitment and Referrals
  • Campaigning and Promotion
  • Good Practice in Volunteer Management
  • Youth Volunteering
  • Transport Projects



Register for this event now at:
http://nbcanoct2014.eventbrite.com/?aff=rss

Event Details:

 

Nuneaton & Bedworth CAN... tackle the effects of poverty

High unemployment and benefit changes are placing new stresses on individuals and families. National policy changes focus upon reducing reliance on benefits, and many people are finding themselves in financial situations they have not experienced before.  Voluntary, Community and Faith Sector organisations are and will increasingly be part of the safety net by providing preventative services (supporting people to manage finances, eat healthily etc.) and reactive services (providing emergency provision to those most in need, food, shelter etc.).   This ‘special’ CAN event will provide a space for discussion on the current issues, trends and needs, within the VCS as well as with partner organisations from the public and private sectors. In the north of the county we see some of the highest levels of deprivation, disadvantage and need, and hence a higher utilisation of reactive services and possibly (in some circumstances) a greater needs therefore for encouraging preventative measures. The event will help us jointly solve the ‘what next’, to help you to decide what other infrastructure needs to be put in place to help us all ‘tackle the effects of poverty’ in Nuneaton and Bedworth.   We really hope you can join us for this event, run in partnership with Nuneaton and Bedworth Borough Council, Warwickshire County Council and Bedworth Rugby and Nuneaton Citizens Advice Bureau. As always you are more than welcome to bring along any displays or literature to share with others to celebrate what you are doing (related or otherwise to the event agenda).    AGENDA

9.30

Arrival, Networking & Refreshments

10.00 Start

Introduction and overview

 

Workshop 1
The Who, What, Where 

 

Financial Inclusion and the Citizens Advice Bureau
David Gooding, BRANCAB

 

Workshop 2
Using the mapping information, where do we go?

 

Warwickshire Financial Inclusion & the Borough in context
Bill Basra, Warwickshire County Council

 

Workshop feedback

 

Information Session 
Over to You

1.00pm  

End

  For further information, call Alison on 024 7638 5765 or Email: alison@wcava.org.uk    Directions
  • Coming into Bedworth on Leicester Rd (B4113), take the 1st exit at the roundabout onto Rye Piece Ringway (straight on would take you into the Town Centre).
  • At the next roundabout, take the 1st exit onto King St, continue straight over the next roundabout and The Christian Centre will be on your right in 200 yards.
  • Parking: There is plenty of parking to the front and side of the building.
 

In Partnership with:
       

www.wcava.org.uk 

ALZHEIMERS SOCIETY: Engagement and Participation Officer - Central region - flexible location

Guardian Charity Jobs - West Midlands - Mon, 08/09/2014 - 00:00
£26,430 actual per annum: ALZHEIMERS SOCIETY: Join our team as Engagement and Participation Officer and you will make a significant contribution to our operational and strategic development. Central Region, possible Birmingham or Nottingham but some flexibility within the Region, to be negotiated with successful applicant.

Building good governance in London

Sector News - Fri, 05/09/2014 - 08:44

Small Charities Coalition is running a programme of support to improve good governance in the boards of small London charities. The Building Resilience programme aims to build the skills and expertise of small charity boards through training and signposting to useful services and resources, and is available for free to Coalition members (and membership is free for small charities).

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Reporting serious incidents to the charity regulator

Sector News - Fri, 05/09/2014 - 08:43

Charities are being reminded of the need to report serious incidents (RSIs) to the Charity Commission, the charity regulator in England and Wales. It believes under-reporting is “preventing the Commission from assessing the true scale and nature of risks facing charities and putting some charities and their work at risk where the trustees need assistance to handle them”.

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Social investment awards

Sector News - Fri, 05/09/2014 - 08:41

The Social Investment Awards have been set up by the government to celebrate UK businesses and people who are solving social problems. One of the five categories is the Community Impact Award, recognising people who have enabled the most significant social impact in communities.

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CLICK 4 CAREERS: Trainee Forex Trader - Trainees wanted - Free Training in Birmingham

Guardian Charity Jobs - West Midlands - Fri, 05/09/2014 - 00:00
Neg: CLICK 4 CAREERS: We have an opportunity for people looking for the independence of working for themselves to start trading in the stock market Birmingham and Surrounding areas

THE ROYAL BRITISH LEGION: Independent Living Adviser – Midlands

Guardian Charity Jobs - West Midlands - Fri, 05/09/2014 - 00:00
£24,087 – £25,625 per annum pro-rata: THE ROYAL BRITISH LEGION: Independent Living Adviser – Midlands (based in Cardiff/Bristol/Gloucester/Hereford) 28 hours per week over 4 days (Tuesday- Friday) £24,087 – £25,625 per annum pro-rata Permanent Midlands (based in Cardiff/Bristol/Gloucester/Hereford)

WEBSENSE RECRUIT LTD: Charity Shop Manager

Guardian Charity Jobs - West Midlands - Thu, 04/09/2014 - 18:02
Salary: £6.31 per hour: WEBSENSE RECRUIT LTD: Charity Shop Manager Birmingham

ADULLAM HOMES HOUSING ASSOCIATION: Head of Supported Housing

Guardian Charity Jobs - West Midlands - Thu, 04/09/2014 - 00:00
£40,000 plus benefits: ADULLAM HOMES HOUSING ASSOCIATION: Adullam Homes Housing Association, a not for profit organisation, has a new and exciting opportunity for a Head of Supported Housing. Birmingham, West Midlands

Early assessment of lobbying law impact

Sector News - Wed, 03/09/2014 - 10:03

The Commission on Civil Society and Democratic Engagement is inviting all UK based campaigning organisations to submit evidence to its latest consultation, to help the Commission to understand what impact the new lobbying law is having. responses are wanted by 6pm, Friday 5th September. See http://civilsocietycommission.info/monitoring-the-impact-of-the-lobbying-act/.

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EXTRA CARE: Retirement Village Manager

Guardian Charity Jobs - West Midlands - Wed, 03/09/2014 - 00:00
£45k: EXTRA CARE: The ExtraCare Charitable Trust is the pioneer of Village communities which enable people to enjoy active and independent lifestyles in their later years. We are now looking to recruit for a Village Manager. Herefordshire

CHM: Administration Team Manager (Care Services) – Children’s Charity

Guardian Charity Jobs - West Midlands - Wed, 03/09/2014 - 00:00
Between £10.25 – 11.25 per hour: CHM: Do you have database, administrative and management skills? If you are friendly, professional and like to be busy and to see that your work has made a difference to real families and children's lives, then this opportunity will deliver all that. Cannock, Staffordshire

CREATIVE SUPPORT: Female Waking Night Support Worker

Guardian Charity Jobs - West Midlands - Wed, 03/09/2014 - 00:00
Up to £8.33ph based on experience inc of night supplement: CREATIVE SUPPORT: Supporting individuals with learning disabilities in Shrewsbury on a waking night basis Shrewsbury, Shropshire

SCOPE: Child and Adult Safeguarding and Protection Officers

Guardian Charity Jobs - West Midlands - Wed, 03/09/2014 - 00:00
£38,132 pa pro rata: SCOPE: A visible member of the Safeguarding Service, you’ll provide specialist advice and guidance to service users and staff nationwide. Home based

CREATIVE SUPPORT: Volunteer Befriender

Guardian Charity Jobs - West Midlands - Wed, 03/09/2014 - 00:00
Voluntary Basis: CREATIVE SUPPORT: Working with individuals who have dementia at our Dudley service on a voluntary basis Dudley, West Midlands

EASYWEB NFP RECRUITMENT: Team Manager / Social Care Worker – Fostering Agency (HCPC)

Guardian Charity Jobs - West Midlands - Tue, 02/09/2014 - 09:00
£44K + £3000 Car Allowance: EASYWEB NFP RECRUITMENT: Team Manager / Social Care Worker – Fostering Agency (HCPC) Our client is committed to improving children and young people’s lives and outcomes through child fostering... Solihull

CRI: Regional Data Manager - Midlands (Ref: NM110)

Guardian Charity Jobs - West Midlands - Tue, 02/09/2014 - 08:00
£29,151.00 to £30,604.50: CRI: An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Data Manager to join our team to ensure the performance of our excellent frontline services is appropriately reflected in both internal and external performance data. Birmingham and across The Midlands

THE STROKE ASSOCIATION: Multimedia Officer

Guardian Charity Jobs - West Midlands - Tue, 02/09/2014 - 00:00
£24,157 to £31,162 per annum: THE STROKE ASSOCIATION: You’ll be responsible for creating videos, audio materials, presentations, still images and other digital assets from concept to final delivery. Bromsgrove, Birmingham
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