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What’s On – Training and Events

Great Governance for Charities

The Guernsey Community Foundation - The Guernsey Registry

Did you know you need to refresh your constitution? Do you have all of the tools and templates to ensure your governance is being managed in line with best practice?

This practical workshop will walk you through a simple audit tool and provide you with templates and ideas to strengthen your organisations governance processes, including a briefing about producing your new constitution document by Helen Gains, Deputy Registrat at the Guernsey Registry.

15:30 - 17:00

Free

Les Cotils

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Charity Campaigning and Influencing workshop

A practical workshop that looks at how your organisation communicates with its stakeholders, how to engage with your audience and make get your organisation a stronger public profile.

The session will include a debate about the challenges of funding campaigning work and demonstrate examples of where grant funding has been successfully secured to promote influencing work.

13:00 - 14:30

Free

Les Cotils

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Child Protection Level 2

ISCP

The course will enable participants to demonstrate knowledge and skills in applying safeguarding principles in practice and appraise implications for professional practice when working with families. The course covers: Defining the categories of child abuse; Recognising signs and indicators of abuse; Considering how to respond to concerns; Explaining roles and responsibilities; Locating and referring to relevant guidelines.

This half-day course is intended for anyone who works with children, young people, parents or families in either the statutory, voluntary or private sector.

Time TBC

Free

The Learning Institute

Book by email

To book a place, please contact the The Learning Institute by email.

Domestic’s Abuse Awareness Tier 1

Safer LBG

The course provides an overview of domestic abuse and challenges commonly held beliefs, attitudes and assumptions about domestic abuse. Amongst the issues covered are: The different categories of abuse; Why people may stay in abusive relationships; How children may be affected by domestic abuse; Good practice and interagency working including an overview of Multi-Agency Risk Assessment Conferences (MARAC) and the CAADA DASH RIC (Risk Identification Checklist); The leaving process and issues to consider when leaving an abusive relationship.

The course will include a brief presentation by local specialist domestic abuse agencies about their different roles.

Time TBC

Free

TBC

Book by email

To book a place, please contact Louise Johnson at Safer with your name, organisation, contact number and email address.

Child Protection Level 2

ISCP

The course will enable participants to demonstrate knowledge and skills in applying safeguarding principles in practice and appraise implications for professional practice when working with families. The course covers: Defining the categories of child abuse; Recognising signs and indicators of abuse; Considering how to respond to concerns; Explaining roles and responsibilities; Locating and referring to relevant guidelines.

This half-day course is intended for anyone who works with children, young people, parents or families in either the statutory, voluntary or private sector.

Time TBC

Free

The Learning Institute

Book by email

To book a place, please contact the The Learning Institute by email.

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