Get new Microsoft software and broadband cheap – special offer for VCSE community.
Tools & info on: suicide, human rights, RSE & drug rehab (for professionals), mental health in young people, anti hate-crime animations, and health costs support.
If your organisation is considering taking on an apprentice, or already has one, then you’ll want to read this – info for employers and awards for apprentices.
Free mental health at work online training available to organisations with less than 250 employees, in all sectors.
Learn how you can get qualifications to support vulnerable refugees and immigrants, and the new migrant workers pilot scheme, plus the first six months of the anti-modern slavery app Safe Car Wash.
Who Dares Works courses, for those not in employment, starting soon in Penzance, Helston and Hayle.
Cornwall Council announces plans for a new Special School in Bodmin, for children and young people with Social, Emotional and Mental Health needs, and EHC plans.
Family Foraging Kitchen is looking for new members for their board of directors, with the skills to help them grow and keep them in line.
Applications have opened for the Lloyds Bank Social Entrepreneurs Trade Up Programme, with info sessions this week and next in Truro, offering support to grow your business’s impact.
Find out about the latest news from the Growth Programme – transport links to the Scillies, Living Well to Work project, and digital support.
Local training organisations are invited to tender for Game Changer funding offered by Rio for basic skills training.
The King’s Fund Cascading Leadership Programme is now open, offering free support, advice and training to leaders of health and wellbeing charities.
£3.8m of funding has been awarded to the Ambitions group, headed by CSW, for young people around careers and opportunities.
Re:Source has moved to a new premises in Bodmin, and is now working to raise money for Cornwall Hospice Care.
Funding for small local groups, for increasing participation in rowing, for disabled, sick or life-limited children, and for small groups encouraging physical activities.
CSW’s funding for training for young people not in employment, education or training, has been extended.
Funding provision for core Adult Education courses has been extended, to allow more people to be fully-funded on courses to improve their basic skills.
Free mental health training for people who work with young people aged 10-16, around anxiety, self-harm and other issues this age-group faces.
More GDPR help – and online tool kit for sports clubs and a training course for community groups.
Free Higher Education tasters and courses available through CN4C for employed or self-employed people, to up-skill.