Practical ideas for a successful grant funding bid. What funders are looking for - what to include. Finding the right fund. Resources. Where to get support. For more information on events and training, please contact Teresa at: Teresa.email@example.com or to book yourself a place for this training, click here: https://www.rva.uk.com/event/writing-a-successful-funding-bid/
The aims: To raise awareness of what adult abuse and how to raise a concern
• To introduce the legislation regarding safeguarding adults
• To understand the different forms of abuse and recognise signs
• To know how to react and what to do if someone discloses abuse
Learning how to market your voluntary organisation doesn't have to be complicated. There are many easy actions you can take to reach your target audience, educate the public, and increase support for your mission. This marketing workshop will help your organisation: Spread your message and mission statement. Bring in new and satisfy current (grant) funders. To book yourself a place for this training, please click on: https://www.rva.uk.com/event/marketing-your-voluntary-group-or-organisat...
Team HVA is taking part in this sponsored walk in aid of the free legal advice services in Hastings: CAB1066, HARC, BHT.
Health & Social Care view the voluntary, community and social enterprise sector (VCSE) as a vital partner in putting prevention at the heart of health and care services. Join the conversation at the next Rother Community Network to explore how we can work together to support local communities to take a greater role in promoting health & wellbeing. To register yourself a place to attend this event, please click here: https://www.rva.uk.com/event/rother-community-network-health-social-care...
Active Hastings are delighted to launch our new free dementia training course, enabling sports coaches and physical activity instructors to provide accessible exercise sessions for people living with dementia. The aim of this one-day training course is to empower coaches and instructors to understand what dementia is and help them to know how to host inclusive sessions that support people living with dementia. The course is free for coaches and instructors delivering sessions in Hastings, or £15 if sessions are held outside Hastings. Book your space now at https://eequ.org/experience/1983
As part of our CRF Learning Programme HVA are pleased to be partnering with One You ES to offer free Level 2 MECC training to local individuals and groups.
MECC is a practical introduction to the skills needed when talking to people about the issues they are concerned about or the changes they are seeking to make and supporting them to identify and access the things that could help them. So if your work brings you into frequent contact with people and you want to improve the likelihood of making a real difference, this training could be for you.
Completion of the course will enable you to:
• Understand the role and responsibilities of a first aider
• Be able to assess an incident
• Be able to provide first aid to an unresponsive casualty
• Be able to provide first aid to a casualty who is choking
• Be able to provide first aid to a casualty with external bleeding
• Know how to provide first aid to a casualty who is in shock
• Know how to provide first aid to a casualty with minor injuries
Please note: There is a £50 charge for this course.
With an unprecedented cost of living crisis, political uncertainty and pressures on health services, this winter looks like being a very challenging one that will impact negatively on some of the most vulnerable residents of the Borough. HVA is working with local organisations and will be collaborating in partnership with the Community Response Hub and the Hastings Community Network on the production of a Winter Readiness Plan. Whether it is keeping warm, access to grants or benefits, or maintaining good health, a planned and “joined up” approach is most likely to have real impact.
This HCN event is part of this process and enables local organisations to contribute to the plan and share their ideas.
As part of our CRF Learning programme HVA are pleased to be partnering with One You East Sussex to offer free Level 2 MECC training to local groups and individuals.
MECC (Making Every Contact Count) is a practical introduction to the skills in talking to people about the issues they are concerned about or the changes they are seeking to make. It is all about supporting people to identify and access the things that could help them. So if your work brings you into frequent contact with people and you want to improve the likelihood of making a real difference this training could be for you. The programme takes place at Jackson Hall and is free.