Stirlingshire Voluntary Enterprise (SVE), CVS Falkirk and Clackmannanshire TSI (CTSI) are holding “Forth Valley Cyber Resilience: Why It Should Matter to the Third Sector”. The session will take place on Friday 26th April, 2pm – 4pm in the Codebase Stirling building at 8 – 10 Corn Exchange Road, Stirling, FK8 2HU. Places are free but limited to 30, so booking is essential.
If you or your organisation has received support from our team at CVS Falkirk in the last 6 months, you will have recently received an email with the link to our feedback survey. We would be grateful if you could assist us in completing the survey most relevant to you.We are always looking for ways to improve our services, so comments and suggestions are welcome. The deadline for responses to both surveys is 12pm on Wednesday 17th April.
Kingdom Support and Care (KSC) are currently recruiting Support Workers, based in Slamannan, Falkirk. The position £8.75 – £8.97 per hour (plus £70 per sleepover shift), with various shift patterns. The deadline for applications is 12pm on Friday 12th April.
This weekend is your FINAL CHANCE to tell us what you think about the Falkirk third sector forums hosted by CVS Falkirk, as our online survey closes at 11:59pm, this Sunday 31st March. We want to ensure that they are relevant and useful to our sector, and are looking to hear from all members of the sector, particularly those who have attended forums before, on what you would like to achieve and learn from them. The survey should only take 5 minutes to complete.
The next Coalfields Regeneration Trust Network Event will be on Friday 7th June from 10:30am at the Westerwood Hotel, St Andrews Drive, Cumbernauld, G68 0EW.
The Scottish Wider Access Programme (SWAP) is a collaboration between colleges and universities throughout Scotland, working to support and promote access to higher education for adults with few or no existing academic qualifications.
The Scottish Recovery Network (SRN) has launched a refreshed version of their “What is Mental Health Recovery?” animation. This new version will form part of a suite of specially developed resources aimed at encouraging conversation around recovery and wellbeing, Let’s Talk About Recovery.
Solicitors For Older People Scotland (SOPS) have announced the introduction of a Home Visit Service for older clients and clients with sensory deprivation, accessibility or mobility issues. SOPS also provides free talks for groups and organisations on their legal services.
Good Life, Good Death, Good Grief are holding their upcoming Unleashing Compassion Conference on Thursday 2nd May at the Renfield St Stephen’s Centre, 260 Bath Street, Glasgow, G2 4JP. The conference will focus on how to encourage open and supportive attitudes and behaviours relating to death, dying and bereavement. Tickets are £40 each.
Scottish Parliament’s Health and Sport Committee has recently launched a major inquiry into the future of primary health care in Scotland. The Committee wants to hear from individuals about what they feel the future of primary health care delivery should look like, and have developed a short online survey to capture their insights. The survey is open until Tuesday 30th April, and should take only 5 minutes to complete. Hard copies are also available on request.