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Work Experience for Xaverian College Students

18 May 2018 - 09:52 by michelle.foster

Students will leave Xaverian College with the academic skills needed to pursue their chosen career. However it is the practical, hands-on skills that can only be learnt on the job that the students seek, in order to help them to excel. Xaverian College

Could you offer a student some relevant and constructive work experience?

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Integration Worker at START

START is a charity that has been delivering mental health recovery and prevention projects in Salford for 25 years. Using creative arts and horticulture as a vehicle to improve wellbeing, increase confidence and help people reconnect to their communities, we work with a number of vulnerable groups including older people, young people and people who are experiencing mental health problems.

The STARTwork programme has been developed in response to START identifying a need in Salford to support people experiencing mental health problems who would like to go back to work.

Hours: 
30 hours per week over 5 days, 6 hours per day
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£22,500 pro rata, actual £19,285 per annum
Location: 
Salford
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STARTwork Coordinator at START

START is a charity that has been delivering mental health recovery and prevention projects in Salford for 25 years. Using creative arts and horticulture as a vehicle to improve wellbeing, increase confidence and help people reconnect to their communities, we work with a number of vulnerable groups including older people, young people and people who are experiencing mental health problems.

The STARTwork programme has been developed in response to START identifying a need in Salford to support people experiencing mental health problems who would like to go back to work.

Hours: 
24 hours per week (4 days, 6 hours per day)
Salary: 
£24,000 pro rata, actual £16,457 per annum
Location: 
Salford
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Manchester Safeguarding Boards e-Bulletin Eighth edition – 1 May 2018

4 May 2018 - 10:56 by michelle.foster

The Manchester Safeguarding Boards (MSB) comprises the Manchester Safeguarding Adults Board (MSAB) and the Manchester Safeguarding Children Boards (MSCB). The Boards share an Independent Chair, Julia Stephens-Row; and are supported by the MSB Business Unit. Manchester Safeguarding Boards

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MSB Safeguarding Adults Conference

7 June, 2018 - 13:30 to 16:30

The Manchester Safeguarding Adults Board has organised a free half day learning event aimed at anyone who works with adults in Manchester.

The purpose of this conference will be to focus on having difficult conversations in the context of Making Safeguarding Personal.

This event will provide an opportunity for front line practitioners, managers and support staff who work with adults across all agencies to discuss the challenges that practitioners meet when working with and supporting adults and their families.

Registration is from 1pm.

Manchester Safeguarding Adults Board – Adult RS: Practitioner event

13 June, 2018 - 13:00 to 16:30

In April 2018, the Board appointed Jane Carwardine as an Independent Reviewer to facilitate a Practitioner Learning Event in respect of the Adult RS case. The methodology used includes the participation of front-line practitioners who were involved in the provision of care, to ensure their experience is secured to formulate the learning arising from the case, and professionals from agencies who were involved in the case.

This is a multi-agency practitioner only event. The event is held to enhance understanding of the safeguarding issues this case raises.

Drugs, Alcohol, Women and Families Conference

23 May, 2018 (All day) to 24 May, 2018 (All day)

Sponsored by The Society for the Study of Addiction (SSA), the event will focus on women, families and young people affected by substance use and will provide a forum for researchers and practitioners to come together under the conference theme, 'putting research into practice'.

Confirmed panel themes include: pregnancy, women and agency, trauma and domestic abuse, young people, and international policy. With keynote speakers Dr Sally Marlow and Professor Elizabeth Ettorre, the event will put women and families and the centre of addiction dialogue.

Manchester – a City of the Young

2 May 2018 - 16:01 by Nigel Rose

I went to Young Manchester’s Welcome Event a couple of evenings ago held at HOME. It was a positive and celebratory event with performances by a number of young people including beat boxing, singing and dancing, as well as the usual heartfelt speeches, the best of which (sorry to other speakers) was one by Saeed Atcha, founder of the magazine Xplode (an invitee to the royal wedding!). He is definitely one to watch.

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