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Learn online with WCVA’s Learning Zone

Wales Council for Voluntary Action (WCVA) has just launched a brand new online learning website offering a logorange of courses and resources specifically tailored for the third sector in Wales.

WCVA's Learning Zone offers an accessible and easy way to learn online. The site will host a range of standalone courses, as well as provide additional content and resources to enhance our traditional classroom based sessions.

If you're new to online learning, fear not! The Learning Zone provides simple guidance for everything you will need including:

  • setting up your account
  • navigating the site
  • progressing through a course
  • getting in the learning 'zone' - how to prepare yourself to learn online

What's on the Learning Zone right now?

Visit www.learningzone.wales right now to get your online learning journey started.

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Western Bay Safeguarding Children Board Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE) courses

Date published: 22/03/2017

 

By the end of this session you should be able to:logo

  • Define Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE);
  • Identify and describe the risk indicators;
  • Recognise the grooming process;
  • Explain the process for dealing with concerns regarding a child or young person at risk of sexual exploitation.

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WCVA upcoming training in 2017

logoFinancial policies
Wednesday 28 June 2017 at WCVA, Cardiff 

This course will give you the opportunity to review good practice in terms of financial policies, consider example formats and structures and discuss with others the pros and cons of existing practices. 
Read more and find out how to book your place here >>>

 

 

Are you involved in financial management for a small charity?

CFG’s Small Charities Programme provides practical finance training and resources for charities with an Advertincome of £1m or less across England and Wales, developing their knowledge and financial capabilities.

The programme delivers affordable, relevant, useful financial training and free downloadable resources, aimed at supporting small charities in different locations across England and Wales.

  • A small charity is defined as a charity whose annual income is £1million or less;
  • Each half-day session costs just £20. All money raised will go into a travel bursary fund for micro charities.

The objective is to help small charities manage their finances more effectively, enabling them to deliver better services to current and future beneficiaries.

The programme will be rolled out from January 2017 and is open to all small charities across England and Wales.

Resources, practical tools and templates are free to download from the Small Charities Programme website. Training will take place in London and regional hubs and will cover five areas, in half-day sessions.

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Cruse Bereavement Care Morgannwg bereavement awareness session April 2017

Cruse Bereavement Care Morgannwg will be holding a bereavement awareness session on Thursday 20 April logo2017 from 10am to 12 noon at Hartshorn House, Neath Road Maesteg.

The first half of the session will be talking a little about bereavement and its impact.  The second half of the session will concentrate on the services Cruse Morgannwg provides in the towns of Swansea, Neath, Port Talbot and Bridgend and also question and answer time.

To book your place E: Julie.jones2@uk.g4s.com

 

 

Discover the value of your Armed Forces experiences

Are you Ex-Armed Services? Through Recognition of Prior Learning you can gain Higher Education Credits towards qualifications...

Are you ex-armed forces and wondering what the skills and knowledge you've acquired during your career are worth back in the civilian world? Under this new scheme, ex-armed forces personnel can earn up to two thirds of an undergraduate degree and up to two thirds of a masters degree, based on the training and knowledge they have acquired whilst serving.

The scheme assesses skills and experience, and even includes those acquired without formal training. It's a great opportunity for someone who has served to find out what possibilities exist for them in the civilian world and get a head start in finding a new career.

For more information on discovering the value of your armed forces experience, click here

Free individual application process, but places allocated on a ‘first-come, first-served basis’. For more information E: armed.forces@southwales.ac.uk

 

 

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Wales Council for Voluntary Action (WCVA) training

WCVA’s training programme is focused on the needs of third sector organisations and will help you to run your organisation more effectively and develop your own skills and knowledge - whether you are an employee or a volunteer.

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