Skills Development Scotland will be holding a North East Employment and Support Event at RGU from 10am-3pm on the 22nd June. Businesses from all sectors can exhibit at this event free of charge.
Businesses from all sectors of the economy have the chance to exhibit at the free event, being held at Robert Gordon University in Aberdeen on 22 June.
The event is the fourth to be organised by the Scottish Government’s initiative for responding to redundancy situations, Partnership Action for Continuing Employment (PACE), and forms part of the response from the Energy Jobs Taskforce.
Three jobs fairs held last year in the city attracted more than 2200 people who had either been made redundant or were facing redundancy.
Skills Development Scotland (SDS) is co-ordinating the event in conjunction with a number of key partners including the Department for Work and Pensions.
As well as offering information on local job vacancies, the event will feature information and advice from a number of public sector agencies on areas including job hunting, careers advice and training opportunities.
For businesses who wish to advertise vacancies but are unable to attend in person, vacancies can also be advertised at the event.
Employers can also e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
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Aberdeenshire Voluntary Action Training in partnership with NHS Grampian and Networks of Wellbeing is offering this course free of charge. The course is aimed at sufferers, family members and carers, staff in any organisation who deal regularly with people who are experiencing or have recovered from mental health problems. Employers and Managers who support staff who are experiencing mental health problems.
The aim of the course is to provide participants with an overview of the most common mental health problems. The workshop includes a number of small group exercises and includes video clips. Participants will gain greater understanding of the impact on sufferers and those around them.
By the end of the course, participants will have covered:
- Mental Health in Scotland an overview
- Defining Mental Health
The major mental health problems and other issues/questions raised by participants:
- Bi-Polar Disorder
Time: 9.30am –12.30pm
Venue: Networks @ No 11, 11 Gordon Street, Huntly. AB54 8AJ
Cost: Free (however a £15 charge will be made for non-attendance once booking confirmed)
Trainer: Bill Murdoch
Please complete the attached application form and return to: email@example.com or contact Shirley Leask on 01771 624589 for further information.