Dates: Friday – 9th June or Wednesday – 1st November 2017
Time: 10.00am to 4.00pm
Venue: The Citadel
A Train the Trainer Programme from Zero Tolerance in association with YouthLink Scotland
Under Pressure is a free train the trainer programme aiming to increase the skills and capacity of youth work staff to prevent abuse and exploitation in teen relationships. This free training has been developed in partnership between Zero Tolerance and YouthLink Scotland, and will be delivered by Jackie Williams, NHS Sexual Health Trainer and Lynn Buchan, Senior Community Learning Development Worker.
We aim to deliver the Under Pressure training with staff working with young people, and ultimately work to prevent abuse and exploitation.
We welcome bookings from those who –
- Have experience of working with young people.
- Have a commitment to ending gender inequality and violence against women.
Trainers will receive:
- Specialist training on issues to do with abuse and exploitation in young people’s relationships from a lead organisation in violence against women.
- Under Pressure training resources for use with members of staff and young people to help prevent sexual exploitation.
- Under Pressure Certification.
This training is an excellent opportunity to roll out a high quality course for your staff team and learning community, obtain a great set of resources for tackling abuse and exploitation in young people’s relationships in informal education, and make a real difference in the lives of the young people you work with.
To apply please book via: email@example.com
This fund wants to help communities to grow a greener Britain by supporting them to transform green spaces. We know that there are many people across the UK who have fantastic, creative and innovative ideas that could help to improve their local spaces. This small grant fund is designed to help turn these ideas into reality! Any constituted community group is invited to apply. Please remember that due to limited funding projects of a value of up to £1,000 can only be supported and that not every project can be rewarded. For more information, visit: https://www.growingagreenerbritain.org/small-grant-programme/
The ADP South community forum is holding its AGM on Tuesday 2nd May 2017 from 1pm – 4pm at West Church in Banchory, AB31 5TB.
Please join us for a sandwich lunch prior to the meeting from 12.30 onwards.
It would be great to see as many of you as possible as we look to appoint new committee members for the Aberdeenshire ADP South Community Forum.
Sadly, our chair Jean Henretty and our secretary Kirsty Greenhowe have both announced that their period of commitment to the South Forum committee has come to an end and that they will stand down at this meeting. I am sure you will all join me in thanking them for all their work and input over the past year and wishing them well for any new ventures.
This means the South forum committee will as of May have 2 vacancies, the chair position and the position of secretary. We encourage any interested forum members, and in particular community members, to consider this great opportunity to take up a role within the forum committee and to be actively involved in shaping the work of the forum.
If you would like to stand for our committee, then please contact firstname.lastname@example.org no later than Friday 21st April 2017.
If you require more information about these positions before 18th April 2017 then please get in touch with Tanja.Mehrer@aberdeenshire.gov.uk .
Also, if you or anyone you know requires transport to the meeting please get in touch and we will see what we can do!
AVA are holding a Fundraising masterclass event, Getting It Right, in Ellon on the 22nd of March.
The objectives are as follows:-
- To update participants on the changing context of fundraising
- To improve skills and knowledge on making good funding applications
- To improve knowledge and understanding of funders expectations
- To improve the development of fundraising strategy.
To book, contact;
Aberdeenshire Voluntary Action
72a High Street, Banchory
Aberdeenshire, AB31 5SS
01330 700 757 or 03718 110008
The Marie Curie Helper service is provided by trained volunteers who offer
one – to – one support to people with a terminal illness (cancer and other illnesses), completely free of charge. This support may also continue for their carers and families after bereavement. The service was launched in Grampian last August and is now operational with over 30 volunteers across Grampian now trained and ready to offer support.
Marie Curie Helper volunteers support people in their homes, offering a few hours of their time each week to provide a listening ear and companionship;
give families and carers a short break from their caring role; offer practical support, such as accompanying individuals to appointments or simply going out for a coffee; or help with sourcing information on other available support.
A Marie Curie Helper does not provide any nursing or medical care or advice.
Our Helper volunteers are provided with training and support to enable them to undertake their roles.
There are trained volunteers available now in Aberdeen City, Aberdeenshire and Moray.
If you are interested in finding out a little more about this service or know someone who might benefit from some support please contact:
Ingrid Penny, Helper Service Manager for Grampian on 0800 304 7024
The Marie Curie Helper Service
is funded by Text Santa
From 25 November, the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, to 10 December, Human Rights Day, the 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence Campaign is a time to galvanize action to end violence against women and girls around the world.
See more at: 16 Days of Action
1.30 – 4.30
|Banff||Harvest Centre||Proj £6
Hall hire £9p/h
Domestic Gender Abuse Team – Still to get title
Facilitator – Shona Cormack
9.30 – 12.30
|Fraserburgh||Robertson Road Centre,
|SMART Board & tea coffee avail||(01346) 515292
Housing – Options and Homelessness: Managing Expectations
Facilitator – Alison McKinnon
9.30 – 12.30
|Ellon||Kirk Centre||Screen/no projector
Teas coffee available
Catering 01358 723517
NHS – Female Genital Mutilation: Background, practice guidelines and professional responsibilities
Facilitator: Rosie Crighton
1.30 – 4.30
|Hall £70 hire
CJ – Working with Perpetrators of Domestic Abuse
Facilitators – Michele Clark, Joe Walsh and Wullie Lauder
1.30 – 4.30 p.m.
|Banchory||CLD Activity Rm 1 Banchory Primary School||No Projector
Catering form and let form required
Adult Protection – Domestic Violence and Adult Protection.
Facilitator – Ann-Marie Bruce
2 – 3p.m
|Aberdeen||Banff and Buchan Room Woodhill House Annexe||Making in every opportunity court in NHSG to address Gender Based Violence
Facilitator – Dr Linda Leighton-Beck
1.30 – 4.30
|Alford||Alford CC Conference/library||SMARTBOARD||alford.campus@
1.30 – 4.30p.m.
|Projector booked, teas to be booked||Police Scotland – MARAC and Domestic Abuse Disclosure Scheme Scotland
Facilitator – Police Scotland
|9th Dec available
1.30 – 4.30
Work of Grampian Women’s Aid
Facilitator – Alison Hay