The objectives are:
• To understand the Equality Act and how it affects volunteers
• To explore what is meant by equality and diversity
• To be able to put into use ‘inclusion’ in support that is provided
• how to reduce isolation and promote inclusion
Trainer: Renee Jasper-Griffiths
ESCC Training and development consultant
Target Audience: Volunteers and Volunteer Co-ordinators linked to community or voluntary organisations and/or organisations who are members of HVA.
Costs: This is a FREE course for any delegate within the target audience group
This course is being run in partnership with the East Sussex County Council, and the venue costs have been waived by HVA. Please advise us as soon as you can if you have booked a space but unable to attend, so that we can make the space available to another participant. Failure to attend without notice will incur a charge of £40 per person. This charge applies to all agencies.
Tea and Coffee will be provided for this session.
For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Jackson Hall, Portland Place
Hastings, TN34 1QN
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This training covers how to respond to emergency situations, resuscitation, recovery, and life threatening health conditions. By successfully completing this course, participants will be awarded with a qualification in Emergency First Aid at Work. Emergency First Aid at Work courses train delegates to a level of skill and confidence to deal with basic life saving in emergency situations before medical backup arrives. There will be a £60 fee for this course.
This event will bring together community, voluntary, independent and public sector practitioners who have an interest in ensuring that Hastings and St Leonards develop opportunities that are relevant to community needs /wants and involves local people, across generations, at all stages of the process.
Your contribution to the morning would be really valuable and there will be plenty of time set aside to network with the around 70 people that are likely to attend.