NCCPE Public Engagement programme
5 March, 2020

 

Advertorial content created by NCCPE and Voscur, for NCCPE. 

Are you working to create a culture of engagement in your organisation? There's a programme starting soon in Bristol that could support your professional development and boost your engagement levels.

26 February, 2020

 

In February 2010, a major review of health equity in England was published, called Fair Society, Healthy Lives (The Marmot Review).

 

Forced Marriage Training (CPD accredited – 1 hour) with The Sky Project, a registered Bristol charity working to reduce the number of forced marriage cases in Bristol and the South West.

Sabeena Pirooz will be running another CPD accredited training session for 1 hour. Tickets are £10, plus a small administration fee, which will go straight back into the charity.

This session is aimed at developing an understanding of forced marriage and will cover:

Date/Time: 
Thursday, 19 March, 2020 - 10:00 to 11:15

 

A free event run as a collaboration between Self Injury Support and Self Injury Self Help for anyone interested in raising awareness and breaking the stigma surrounding self-injury. This afternoon aims to provoke discussion, provide learning opportunities and connect individuals and organisations who want to gain clarity about the hidden issues surrounding self-harm.

Please sign up to come if:

Date/Time: 
Wednesday, 4 March, 2020 - 13:00 to 16:45

 

This workshop will help develop system-specific support for Children and Young People's Mental Health (CYPMH) in the South West.

The event is for health professionals working in the area of CYPMH, who will learn about the current offer for the South West and explore best practice regionally and nationally.

The full agenda includes:

Date/Time: 
Tuesday, 25 February, 2020 - 09:15 to 16:00
Wheelchair sports
6 February, 2020

 

Funding is available from This Girl Can, thanks to National Lottery grants, for projects that help remove barriers to exercise for women aged 16+, such as the cost of childcare or a lack of local opportunities. 

VCSE organisations, including charities voluntary clubs, community groups and Community Interest Companies, can apply for up to £10,000 (occasionally larger sums are granted).

This study day is for all health, social care and allied professionals who want to learn about neurological symptoms and symptom management, along with what support is available in the Greater Bristol area for people living with a neurological condition.

Organised by the Brunel Neurological Alliance and hosted at Clarke Willmott Solicitors, Bristol City Centre, the event promises to be a useful and informative day for anyone working with clients living with and affected by a neurological condition.

Date/Time: 
Wednesday, 29 April, 2020 - 09:30 to 16:00
Carers Support Bristol
13 January, 2020

 

Carers of all ages in Bristol are invited to share their views in a survey, to help inform a new strategy for Carers Support Services in the city.

Good Grief Community Events grants
8 January, 2020

 

Funding is available to help organisations run community events and activities for the Good Grief Festival which takes place in May 2020. This is a brand new festival to encourage people to think, talk and learn about grief - a topic that can often feel taboo.

The programme of events already includes talks, exhibitions, workshops and films, but community activities will make up an important part of the festival schedule. 

7 January, 2020

 

The government is investing up to £11.8 million in additional funding for breakfast clubs in order to support disadvantaged families.

So far around 1,800 school breakfast clubs have been created or improved by the National School Breakfast Programme.

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