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Professional Boundaries for Volunteers

To give guidance to understand professional boundaries and duty of care, and emotional resilience to stress.

The objectives:

  • To give practical guidance on professional boundaries
  • To appreciate the difference between friendship and supporting someone as a volunteer
  • To explore the difference between professional, personal, legislative and policies or codes of conduct in relation to volunteers
May 16th, 2018 10:00 AM   through   12:30 PM
Jackson Hall
Portland Place
Hastings, TN34 1QN
United Kingdom

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Events

In the light of new developments on funding from East Sussex County Council, Care for the Carers are running a series of consultation events via the Carers Voices Network which are being opened up to any carers who would like to attend.

The Bridge Community Centre
22 February 10:30AM
To 22 February 12:30PM

The aims: To be introduced to legislation regarding equality and diversity and explore the concept of inclusion

Jackson Hall
27 February 10:00AM
To 27 February 12:30PM

Participants will learn and practice key Behaviour Change techniques and understand how lifestyle impacts on health; specifically smoking, alcohol, healthy eating and physical activity.

This training is run by SCDA. To book your free place please email SCDA at healthylifestyles@sussexcommunity.org.uk
For any further enquiries please call 01273 516032

Jackson Hall
7 March 9:30AM
To 7 March 4:00PM

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