Courses in Fareham

 

 Emergency First Aid at Work - 1 day accredited 

 A one day course giving learners the skills and confidence to respond to a range of accidents and first aid emergencies   they may come across in the workplace.

 Successful learners will receive a national Award in Emergency First Aid at Work which satisfies the requirements of the   regulatory body for First Aid – the Health and Safety Executive (HSE). 

 Course aimed at:

 Anyone working with people who are prone to accidents or illness will feel more confident if they have some first aid   training. Every work place should have someone trained in first aid   on the premises. Organisations holding events should   have a trained first aid person present. 

 Course Outcomes:

  • What is First Aid
  • Legislation
  • Responsibilities
  • Action in an emergency
  • Primary survey
  • Secondary assessment
  • The respiratory system
  • Resuscitation and AED
  • Disorders of respiration
  • Disorders of circulation
  • Wounds and bleeding
  • Seizures
  • Minor burns and scolds
  • Foreign objects

 

 Date:   22nd May 2018

 Times:  9:30 - 16:30

 Venue: Crofton Community Centre, Stubbington, Fareham, PO14 2PP

 Fee is per person: £75 members

                               £80 voluntary/community sector

                               £115 private/statutory sector

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  Forced Marriage and Honour Based Abuse - workshop

 Community First (Fareham) and SDAS (Southern Domestic Abuse Service)are working together in offering this interactive   Workshop is designed to increase understanding and   raise awareness on these hidden crimes.

 Provide an understanding of the causes and triggers of honour-based violence and forced marriage; the prevalence of these   crimes in the UK, and how you can respond.

  Aim & Objectives 

  • To learn what Forced Marriage and Honour Based Abuse is
  • To have a better understanding of definitions & the difference between arranged and forced marriage
  • A look at the national and local picture on these crimes
  • Understanding the impact on individual/ family/ community
  • Existing protection for those at risk
  • What you can do

 

 Date:   21st June 2018

 Times:  10:00 - 13:00

 Venue: Community First (Fareham) 163 West Street, Fareham, PO16 0EF

 Fee is per person: £10 per person

 To download course flyer please click here - spaces available

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 Courses in Portsmouth

      

 Measuring Impact

 Knowing that you’ve put in the effort (Input) and met the contract requirements (Outputs and Outcomes) is no longer   enough. To attract future funding and to demonstrate your effectiveness, you need to show the Impact you’ve made.

 

 This workshop will take you through a process to enable you to:

  • Focus your efforts on what really matters
  • Ensure you engage with ALL stakeholders
  • Allow for outside influences
  • Measure what counts
  • Communicate the difference you are making
  • Boost the effectiveness of your organisation To gain the most from this workshop
  • TWO representatives from your organisation should attend together and
  • Have a specific project in mind, any recently finished or future project/bid.

 By the end of the workshop you’ll be brimming with practical ideas and have started   applying these to your chosen project.

 

 Date:   15th May 2018

 Times: 13:00 - 16:30

 Venue:  Hillside & Wymering Community Centre, Portsmouth, PO6 3PY

 Fee is per person: £50 members

                              £55 voluntary/community sector

                              £90 private/statutory sector

 To download the course flyer please click here - spaces available

 Please note: nearest train station is Cosham 1.5 miles, bus route from train station, FREE local parking available

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  Safeguarding Children and Vulnerable Adults

 This half day course aims to introduce the principles of safeguarding and will give  those   who work in support and care sectors a greater understanding of this subject to improve   their services to adults and children.

 Course Aims

 For delegates to gain an understanding of current legislation and frameworks related to child /adult safeguarding and how this impacts on their role

 Course Objectives

  • Define safeguarding and describe outline of relevant legal framework
  • Identify and describe how to recognise types of abuse
  • Identify and demonstrate essential characteristics related to effective reporting in relation to abuse
  • Demonstrate awareness of local and other relevant policy related to safeguarding
  • Consider role in relation to prevention of abuse

 

 Date: date changed to 21st May 2018

 Times: 10:00 - 13:00

 Venue:  St Mary's Loge, St Mary's Road, Portsmouth, PO3 6BB

 Fee is per person:   £55 voluntary/community sector   

                                £90 Private sector                          

  To download the course flyer please click here - spaces available

 Please note: There are a limited number of parking spaces available.

 Nearest train station is Fratton (0.9 mile) and it’s served by various bus routes

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 Crowdfunding 101

 Crowdfunding has turned traditional sourcing of funds on it’s head instead asking a large   number of people to fund a project, idea or product by donating a small amount of money   via social media and crowdfunding websites. Get on board and identify how you can     fundraise smarter.

 Crowdfunding 101 training will enable participants to recognise what crowdfunding is,   what’s involved and when to use it.

 Content includes:

  • Different types of crowdfunding
  • When to use it and when not to
  • The features of a successful campaign 
  • The wider benefits to fundraising, volunteering, campaigning and community development
  • How to choose a crowdfunding platform 
  • Identify who is in your ‘crowd’
  • Begin and plan your funding case

 

  Date:   24th May 2018

  Times:  9:30 - 16:30

  Venue: Hillside & Wymering Community Centre, Portsmouth, PO6 3PY

  Fee is per person: £75 members

                               £80 voluntary/community sector

                               £115 private/statutory sector

 To download course flyer please click here - spaces available

 Please note: nearest train station is Cosham 1.5 miles, bus route from train station, FREE local parking available

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  Emergency First Aid at Work - 1 day accredited 

  A one day course giving learners the skills and confidence to respond to a range of   accidents and first aid emergencies they may come across in the workplace.

 Successful learners will receive a national Award in Emergency First Aid at Work   which satisfies the requirements of the regulatory body for First Aid – the Health and Safety   Executive (HSE). 

 Course aimed at:

 Anyone working with people who are prone to accidents or illness will feel more confident if   they have some first aid training. Every work place should have someone trained in first aid   on the premises. Organisations holding events should have a trained first aid person   present. 

 Course Outcomes:

  • What is First Aid
  • Legislation
  • Responsibilities
  • Action in an emergency
  • Primary survey
  • Secondary assessment
  • The respiratory system
  • Resuscitation and AED
  • Disorders of respiration
  • Disorders of circulation
  • Wounds and bleeding
  • Seizures
  • Minor burns and scolds
  • Foreign objects

 

  Date:   19th June 2018

  Times:  9:30 - 16:30

  Venue: St Mary's Community Room, St Mary's Lodge, St Mary's Road, Portsmouth, PO3 6BB

  Fee is per person: £75 members

                               £80 voluntary/community sector

                               £115 private/statutory sector

 To download course flyer please click here - spaces available

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 Courses in Gosport

 

 Emergency First Aid at Work - 1 day accredited 

 A one day course giving learners the skills and confidence to respond to a range of   accidents and first aid emergencies they may come across in the workplace.

 Successful learners will receive a national Award in Emergency First Aid at Work   which satisfies the requirements of the regulatory body for First Aid – the Health and Safety   Executive (HSE). 

 Course aimed at:

 Anyone working with people who are prone to accidents or illness will feel more confident if   they have some first aid training. Every work place should have someone trained in first aid   on the premises. Organisations holding events should have a trained first aid person   present. 

 Course Outcomes:

  • What is First Aid
  • Legislation
  • Responsibilities
  • Action in an emergency
  • Primary survey
  • Secondary assessment
  • The respiratory system
  • Resuscitation and AED
  • Disorders of respiration
  • Disorders of circulation
  • Wounds and bleeding
  • Seizures
  • Minor burns and scolds
  • Foreign objects

 

 Date:   5th June 2018

 Times:  9:30 - 16:30

 Venue: Nimrod Community Centre, Falcon Meadows Way, Gosport, PO13 8AA

 Fee is per person: £75 members

                              £80 voluntary/community sector

                              £115 private/statutory sector

 To download course flyer please click here - spaces available

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   Managing your Money for Voluntary and Community Groups

 A lot of people struggle to understand accounts, so you are not alone. Here is your chance for a guided tour through the   accounts of your own organisation. Get a copy of your accounts, bring them along to find out what they really mean.   Discover what these mean  and where the numbers come from: Income, Expenditure, Profit, Loss, Balance sheet, Cash Flow,   Restricted &  Unrestricted funds, Surplus, Deficit and Depreciation. We’ll also talk a bit about budgets, and how these fit into   the overall picture.

  Aimed at:

 Managers, volunteers and trustees who want to know enough about accounts to ask the right questions and to spot things   they need to notice.

 Please note: bring a copy of your accounts and, if possible, your own laptop and or   calculator.

 

Date:   25th June 2018

 Times:  12:30 - 15:30

 Venue: Gosport Voluntary Action, Martin Snape House, Pavilion Way, Gosport, PO12 1FG

 Fee is per person: £50 members

                              £55 voluntary/community sector

                              £90 private/statutory sector

 To download course flyer please click here - spaces available

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  Understanding a Trustee's Role

  This course will take you step by step through the roles and responsibilities of being a Trustee.

  Aims and objectives:

  • Know what a charity is
  • Understand the purpose of Trustees
  • Be aware of each individual trustees responsibilities and accountability
  • Identify the relevant fundamentals of charity law
  • Participate in developing an overview of good governance & practice
  • Participate in workshop to develop familiarisation with governing  documents (you will need to bring along a copy of your constitution or governing document with you)

 

  Date: 27th June 2018

  Times: 12:00 - 15:45

  Venue: Gosport Voluntary Action, Martin Snape House, Pavilion Way, Gosport, PO12 1FG

  Fee is per person: £50 members

                            £55 voluntary/community sector

                            £90 private/statutory sector

To download course flyer please click here - spaces available

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   Specialist Courses

 

  Passenger Assistant Training – (PATS)

 

 PATS  was developed by Hampshire County Council and designed for people who's role is to   assist passengers on their journey. This role may have many different names; escorts,   passenger carers, care assistants, chaperones, support worker and other similar job titles.

 The aim of this course is to improve passenger safety, by giving passenger assistants the   skills and information required to understand the needs of their passengers.

 This is a 1 day course which is designed for staff and or volunteers who care for passengers   travelling either by car, taxi, minicab and minibus.

 This course is bespoke and therefore can be adapted for vulnerable children or adults.

 This is a 1 day course, split into 2 sessions.

 Session 1: is classroom based covering health & safety, emergency procedures and the   legal duties of a passenger assistant.

 Session 2: is practical based demonstrating the safe use of a vehicle lift or ramp, safely   escorting and securing wheelchair users to and from the vehicle.  

 For more information or to discuss your course requirements please call 01329 223 155

 or email training@actionfareham.org.uk

 

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