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Date: 5 Jun 2017     

Event: Emergency First Aid at Work - CANCELLED

Date: Thu 22 Jun 2017   Time: 9.30am - 4.30pm

A popular one-day, certificated introduction to Emergency First Aid at Work, useful for all, but especially those acting as volunteers or workers within a voluntary and community group. Book early as places go very quickly.

The course will cover, in the accordance with HSE guidelines, all aspects of what should be done in an emergency, which are:

  • Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR)
  • Dealing with an unconscious casualty
  • Control of wounds & bleeding
  • Incident management
  • Accident reporting
  • CPR and airway disorders
  • Causes of unconsciousness and recovery position
  • Wounds, bleeding, bandaging and shock
  • Other illnesses and conditions

The course also includes a demonstration of how to use a defibrillator

Note - Delegates must be able to perform the recovery position and CPR on the floor. This involves kneeling. 

BOOK ONLINE

Cost: Voluntary and community groups without paid workers £30. Voluntary and community groups with paid workers £40. All pay £10 for certificate and book.

Venue: High Peak CVS, Dunbar House, 105 Buxton Road, Whaley Bridge  Map

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News: In Kind Direct Charity

In Kind Direct is one of the Prince’s Charities set up to support charities, community groups and not for profit organisations with donated goods.

Goods range from cleaning products, toiletries, clothes, toys and a range of other items that can be used to:

  • Give to people you support 
  • Clean and maintain facilities
  • Fill goody bags for events

Items are all new and good quality but may be short dated, have slight defects in the packaging or branding.  Charities register online, for free, and order products via an online catalogue. 

Although not a traditional funder, In Kind Direct helps charities to save money on everyday essential items. Charities can then use the money they save for other more important projects/outgoings.

Charities pay a small handling charge for the service. This helps contribute towards the costs of running a warehouse, staff, packaging and delivery. There is no extra charge for delivery. Registration is free!

www.inkinddirect.org

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News: Recovery Communities Grants

To further develop the substance misuse recovery community in Derbyshire from October 2017 onward, the Public Health Substance Misuse Commissioning Team will be launching a small grants scheme.

Organisations interested can apply for a grant (up to a maximum of £40,000) to deliver substance misuse recovery outcomes in Derbyshire (usually aimed at people who are exiting drug and alcohol treatment services).

They will  have 4 weeks to complete the application form in full and return it - the deadline will be Friday 30 June 2017 at midday.

www.derbyshire.gov.uk/community/

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News: Sight Support Information Day

Find out more about local services for people with sight loss, and see the range of equipment and aids - Tuesday 13 June 10.30am – 1.00pm at Bradbury Community House, 10 Market St, Glossop.

Sight Support Derbyshire (formerly Derbyshire Action for Blind) is a charity, dedicated to giving advice and support to people in Derbyshire, who suffer from sight loss. They offer Low Vision Aids, Home Support Aids and a Rehabilitation Service.

They work alongside other partner organisations such as, The Royal National Institute for the Blind, Library Services, Talking Books and Newspapers, The Macula Society and many others.

They invite partner organisations to have a table at the event, so that they can meet visually impaired people and their families.  The aim is to give people as much information, help and advice in one place.

For more information contact 01332 292262.

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News: Grant Panel Members Needed

The South West Peak (SWP) Landscape Partnership is seeking Grant Panel members.

Volunteers are needed to sit on a grant panel and make decisions about applications to the SWP Community Grants Scheme.

www.southwestpeak.co.uk/how-to-get-involved/jobs-and-volunteering/ 

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Job: Young Womens Domestic Abuse Worker

Organisation: Crossroads Derbyshire

Salary: Scale point 21 £20,138 per annum - 37 hours per week

Temporary vacancy covering maternity leave from mid-July. This post is currently funded until 1 November 2017, further funding applied for.

Flexible working hours will be required to meet the needs of this post and you will need the use of a car and a current driving license as you will be required to travel across the rural area in the High Peak of Derbyshire.

To deliver One to One Support and Group Work to young people (13yrs to 24yrs) affected by Domestic Abuse in their own intimate relationships.

The post is open to women only (Exempt under the Equality Act 2010, pursuant to schedule 9 part 1)

For information pack email admin@crossroadsderbyshire.org

If you require a hard copy, please send a large SAE to: PO Box 22, Glossop, Derbyshire. SK13 8AE

Closing date for applications is 50pm 12 June 2017.  Interview date to be confirmed.

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Job: Vacancies at Derventio Housing Trust

Derventio Housing Trust is currently advertising for Personal Navigators to join our Building Better Opportunities: Opportunity and Change employability programme:

Building Better Opportunities: Opportunity and Change – Personal Navigator (Amber Valley/Erewash)

Building Better Opportunities: Opportunity and Change – Personal Navigator (Derbyshire Dales)

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