News: Sector News

Online Adult Safeguarding Competency Training

14th February

The new Online Adult Safeguarding Competency Training Module from Carers Federation aims to help front line staff and volunteers demonstrate their ability to work with Safeguarding issues.

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National Diversity Awards 2019 Nominations Open in 1 Week!

14th February

Make sure to get your thinking caps on, because this year we aim to recognise more role models and community champions than ever before.

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Exercise Tasters for people with MS

14th February

The Sheffield and Rotherham MS Society is offering people with multiple sclerosis the chance to try a range of free activities to help keep fit and interact with others.

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Impactasaurus evaluation tool

14th February

A free online evaluation tool specifically designed for small and medium sized charities has been launched.

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Course – Level 3 Paediatric First Aid at Work

14th February

Rotherham Training Solutions has Level 3 Paediatric First Aid at Work courses available at a discounted rate.

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FREE stalls available on ‘Pay it Forward’ Day

12th February

Voluntary and community sector groups are invited to join us at this free community networking event at Rotherham Minster on Monday 29 April 2019, 2pm—4pm to celebrate ‘Pay it Forward Day’ and explore paying it forward in Rotherham.

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Free Grow Wild Seed Kits

12th February

This coming spring, Grow Wild is giving away free wildflower seed kits to groups who want to add a splash of colour to their area.

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Arts Award Access Fund First 2019 Round Open

12th February

The Arts Award Access Fund is designed to help registered Arts Award centres that are experiencing a lack of funds.

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Tramline Tickets up for grabs!

12th February

Rotherham Ethnic Minority Alliance (REMA) have 2 tickets available for Tramlines weekend which is taking place 19th - 21st July 2019 at Hillsborough Park, Sheffield.

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Tech for Good Fund Now Accepting Applications

12th February

Grants of up to £48,000 are available for projects that use technology to explore different approaches to delivering better services around four core issues; Children Survive and Thrive, Global Mental Health Matters, Fighting for Gender Justice, or A Safe Place to Be.

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