Courses in Fareham

    

On Budget

By the end you’ll be speaking the language of budgets and be better able to ask the important questions and prepare intelligent answers.

 Areas covered:

  • Identify and outline the different types of budget
  • Explain the budget process
  • Use techniques to manage your operational budget
  • Building your ability to be able to ask the right questions about a set of accounts

Please note: For this course you will need to have sound numerical skills. If you also bring with you copies of budget reports from your own organisation – then you’ll get help to relate your learning directly to your own work. 

 

 Date:   Thursday 27th September 2018

 Times:  13:00 - 16:00

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

 Fee is per person: £55 voluntary/community sector

                              £90 private/statutory sector

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People Management

Are you a new manager? Do you find managing other people the hardest part of your job? Do you want to learn how to manage your team better? Getting the best out of other people is very different to getting the best out of yourself. 

 Areas covered:

  • Understand what makes people tick
  • Identify strengths
  • Set challenging performance goals
  • Nip poor performance in the bud
  • Build your resilience so you cope well

 

 Date:   Tuesday 2nd October 2018

 Times:  10:00 - 14:00

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

 Fee is per person: £55 voluntary/community sector

                              £90 private/statutory sector

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Your Space - Professional Boundaries

3 hour session focussing on the importance of maintaining boundaries in professional life and the places that they can blur if we are not careful.

 Areas covered:

  • What are professional boundaries?
  • Why are boundaries important?
  • Consequences of poor boundaries
  • Obstacles to establishing and maintaining boundaries
  • Best practice on establishing and keeping to boundaries.

We explore the different areas where boundaries can be eroded or compromised and how to support one another professionally to resolve this.

 

 Date:   Wednesday 17th October 2018

 Times:  10:00 - 13:00

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

 Fee is per person: £55 voluntary/community sector

                              £90 private/statutory sector

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Lone Working

This course is aimed at front-line staff have the skills and knowledge required to keep themselves and their clients safe when working alone and to ensure organisations have suitable policies and procedures to support those staff and keep them and those they people they support safe

 Areas covered:

  • An overview of the law on lone working
  • Understand what a lone working policy and procedure is
  • How to do a risk assessment - keeping safe 
  • Understand the impact of body language
  • Safe or smart word
  • Dealing with aggression

 

 Date:   Tuesday 6th November 2018

 Times:  10:00 - 13:30

 Venue: Community First Fareham, 171-173 West Street, Fareham, PO16 0EF

 Fee is per person: £55 voluntary/community sector

                              £90 private/statutory sector

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Customer Service - Front-line staff

This course is aimed at all front-line staff who have contact with public/clients.

 Areas covered:

  • Effective listening
  • Understanding what your customer wants
  • Dealing with difficult customers
  • Effective language and facial expressions

 

 Date:   Tuesday 13th November 2018

 Times:  10:00 - 14:00

 Venue: Community First Fareham, 171-173 West Street, Fareham, PO16 0EF

 Fee is per person: £55 voluntary/community sector

                              £90 private/statutory sector

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Emergency First Aid at Work - 1 day accredited

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.

  Areas covered:

  • First Aid regulation and the law
  • Managing an incident
  • The importance of hygiene
  • Minor injuries
  • Choking and seizures
  • Shock
  • Recovery position
  • Resuscitation
  • Burns
  • Situation assessment

 Certificate is valid for 3 years

  

 Date:   Tuesday 4th December 2018

 Times:  09:30 - 16:30

 Venue: Fareham Community Church, 171-173 West Street, Fareham, PO16 0EF

 Fee is per person: £90 voluntary/community sector

                              £115 private/statutory sector

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 Courses in Portsmouth

  

Grant Applications and  Applying for Funding

 Looking for funding for a specific project? New to writing grant funding bids?  

 Need to find out why you are not getting the funding you need?

   Aim & Objectives 

  • Identify SMART objectives and project planning
  • Considered what makes a good quality application
  • Identify where to find appropriate funding opportunities
  • Considered appropriateness of grant schemes for their organisations
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   Date:   Tuesday 9th October 2018

 Times:  10:00 - 14:00

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

 Fee is per person: £55 voluntary/community sector

                              £90 private/statutory sector

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Emergency First Aid at Work - 1 day accredited - Portsmouth

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.

  Areas covered:

  • First Aid regulation and the law
  • Managing an incident
  • The importance of hygiene
  • Minor injuries
  • Choking and seizures
  • Shock
  • Recovery position
  • Resuscitation
  • Burns
  • Situation assessment

 Certificate is valid for 3 years

  

 Date:   Thursday 1st November 2018

 Times:  09:30 - 16:30

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

 Fee is per person: £90 voluntary/community sector

                              £115 private/statutory sector

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Holding Difficult Conversations

Whether it is talking to your boss about a pay rise; dealing with a colleague’s poor performance or asking a neighbour to turn down their music we all have certain conversations that fill us with dread.  But don’t worry help is at hand. 

This half day course will:

  •  Help you identify what is holding you back
  • Show you how to have a difficult conversation
  • Give you the confidence to start talking
  • Consider how to have a difficult conversation on the phone and how this may be different from face to face
  • Help you hold difficult conversations on the phone

 

 Date:   Wednesday 21st November 2018

 Times:  10:00 - 14:00

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

 Fee is per person: £55 voluntary/community sector

                              £90 private/statutory sector

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 Courses in Gosport

       

Emergency First Aid at Work - 1 day accredited - Gosport

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.

  Areas covered:

  • First Aid regulation and the law
  • Managing an incident
  • The importance of hygiene
  • Minor injuries
  • Choking and seizures
  • Shock
  • Recovery position
  • Resuscitation
  • Burns
  • Situation assessment

 Certificate is valid for 3 years

 

 Date:   Tuesday 27th November 2018 - revised date

 Times:  09:30 - 16:30

 Venue: Nimrod Community Centre, 17 Falcon Meadows Way, Gosport, PO13 8AA 

 Fee is per person: £90 voluntary/community sector

                              £115 private/statutory sector

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Be a Natural at Public Speaking

Does the thought of public speaking fill you with dread? 

If so you are not alone. Whether you are terrified of giving presentations or you just want to improve your technique help is at hand. This course will boost your confidence and give you practical tips & techniques.

  Areas covered:

  •  Learn top tips on how you can become a better presenter
  •  Discover how to overcome common presenting errors
  •  Plan for the unexpected

     This is a great opportunity to come and develop your skills in a supportive environment.

 

 Date:   Wednesday 10th October 2018

 Times:  10:00 - 14:00

 Venue: Gosport Voluntary Action, Martin Snape House, 96 Pavilion Way, Gosport, PO12 1FG 

 Fee is per person: £55 voluntary/community sector

                              £90 private/statutory sector

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Where to Start for non profit organisations

Are you thinking of setting up a community group or charity? Not sure where to start?     Look no further.

By the end of the session participants will have:

  • Considered appropriate methods to ascertain the need for a group
  • Identified the essentials of a steering group/ committee
  • Identified the basics of writing aims and objectives/ terms of reference for the group
  • Considered appropriate structures for the group and charity registration as appropriate

 

 Date:   Thursday 8th November 2018

 Times:  10:00 - 14:00

 Venue: Nimrod Community Centre, 17 Falcon Meadows Way, Gosport, PO13 8AA 

 Fee is per person: £55 voluntary/community sector

                              £90 private/statutory sector

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Understanding a Trustee's Role

This course is for new Trustee's or other members who may need to have an understanding of the role of a Trustee and what is involve.

  Areas covered:

  • 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:   Monday 19th November 2018

 Times:  09:00 - 13:00

 Venue: Gosport Voluntary Action, Martin Snape House, 96 Pavilion Way, Gosport, PO12 1FG 

 Fee is per person: £55 voluntary/community sector

                              £90 private/statutory sector

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Introduction into Community Development

Aimed at anyone in a community focused role whether voluntary or paid.

  Areas covered:

  • Identify what Community development is
  • Identify the essential skills of a Community Development worker
  • Participate in workshops to identify community development methodology
  • Participate in reflective activities and consider how to integrate these into your work practices

  

 Date:   Tuesday 20th November 2018

 Times:  10:00 - 14:00

 Venue: Gosport Voluntary Action, Martin Snape House, 96 Pavilion Way, Gosport, PO12 1FG

 Fee is per person: £55 voluntary/community sector

                              £90 private/statutory sector

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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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