The CCHF has confirmed their Forum meetings will take place on the following dates at Falkirk Fire Station, Westfield, Falkirk, FK2 9AH from 10am-1pm, a buffet lunch is available from 12.30pm.
A COSCA Certificate in Counselling Skills Course will commence in February 2015 at FDAMH’s Victoria Centre in Central Falkirk.
The aim of the training will be to provide an overview of BBV’s. The training is free to all who work across Forth Valley Health Board area including voluntary statutory organisations.
Forth Valley Sensory Centre are holding their annual Winter Fayre where there will be stalls with homemade crafts and baking, handbags, accessories, jewellery and skincare. As well as the usual tombola and raffle stalls.
Children visiting Santa in his sensory grotto will receive a small gift and some reindeer dust, they can also pop in to get their face painted!
Central Scotland Regional Equality Council (CSREC) and the Scottish Human Rights Commission (SHRC) are holding an event which will take place in the run-up to International Human Rights Day and the first anniversary of the launch of Scotland’s National Action Plan for Human Rights.
The next CCHF meeting will take place on Wednesday 19th November, 10am-12.30pm, Falkirk Fire Station.
This full day introductory workshop is free for members/staff of third sector organisations and is aimed at Social Enterprises and Enterprising Third Sector organisations that are developing new markets, or are trying to sell products and services into existing markets. It is ideal for those responsible for generating income on a day-to-day basis. The workshop will cover the fundamentals of selling, from preparation to questioning styles, objection handling, and how to develop a consultative approach to sales.
Not-for-profit organisations in Scotland have until 1st February 2015 to apply for funding to support building or upgrading local sport and recreation facilities to encourage people in Scotland to be more active around the 2014 Commonwealth Games.
See Me (end mental health discrimination) campaign has re-launched in Scotland, you can find out further information on the campaign, sign up to “Movement For Change” to eliminate stigma and discrimination and information to aid employers and employees in the workplace from their website.
The Scottish Accessible Transport Alliance (SATA) has produced an Accessible Transport Strategy and Action Plan for Scotland to get better transport access for disabled people.