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Manchester Mind: Supporting Mental Health - A Managers' Guide

This course is running live, in Manchester City Centre, on Thursday 13 June.

The full day session must be attended in full, unfortunately we (Manchester Mind) cannot record sessions. 

The training is delivered in a supportive environment by our practised trainers who bring their own lived experience and knowledge to facilitate open discussion and provide expert guidance.

13 June, 2024 - 09:30 to 17:00
Manchester City Centre. Exact venue TBC.

Currency of Change — Women's Sector Leadership Conference

7 June, 2024 - 09:15 to 18:00

Join Women’s Resource Centre at their second annual leadership conference!

This free one-day conference, held in Manchester, will delve into the crucial themes of economic justice and empowerment, specifically focusing on groundbreaking ideas and solutions for achieving financial independence. It will explore innovative approaches to working, organising, delivering services, and supporting women and girls in ways that truly meet their needs.

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Equality Works: Fostering a more inclusive workplace using assistive technologies

In this webinar, Equality Works will explore how organisations can take a holistic approach towards more inclusive working practices, from making adjustments to the provision of assistive technology. 

EW will also be showcasing live demonstrations from leading assistive technology provider Texthelp. The use of assistive technology empowers individuals to perform tasks in a way that suits their needs, a benefit that can extend to everyone.

25 April, 2024 - 10:00 to 11:00
Online

Association of Chairs: New Chairs' Briefing - an online workshop

This online workshop is aimed at Chairs who are new in post or about to take up the post. The session will explore the leadership skills and knowledge that will make you the most effective Chair you can become – and the support that you might need. The emphasis will be on the strengths you bring, as well as the ‘gaps’ you want to fill. And we will offer some tips that might be useful in your particular setting.

2 May, 2024 - 10:00 to 13:00
Online

Wrigley's Solicitors: Students' Unions - Part two: dealing with problems once they have arisen

Students’ unions have always been required to navigate contentious topics, from acting as referee in relation to student complaints to hosting debates and holding votes to set SU policy.  At Wrigleys, we’ve seen an increase in the complexity and sensitivity in the types of topics which students’ unions are having to engage with, set against an ever-changing legislative background, which places new demands on SU staff and officers.

9 May, 2024 - 11:00 to 12:00
Online
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Wrigley's Solicitors: Students' Unions - Part one: preventing problems arising

Students’ unions have always been required to navigate contentious topics, from acting as referee in relation to student complaints to hosting debates and holding votes to set SU policy.  At Wrigleys, we’ve seen an increase in the complexity and sensitivity in the types of topics which students’ unions are having to engage with, set against an ever-changing legislative background, which places new demands on SU staff and officers.

2 May, 2024 - 11:00 to 12:00
Online
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Caritas Salford: Neurodiversity Awareness

Run by Caritas' accessibility coordinator, Minna, this session will ask:

  • Do you understand what neurodiversity is?
  • Do you think you or a person you know may be neurodiverse?
  • Do you operate in a way that is accessible to all people?
  • Do you understand your responsibilities towards accessibility?

The session will include:

6 August, 2024 - 14:00 to 16:00
Cornerstone Centre, 104b Denmark Road, Manchester, M15 6JS

Caritas Salford: Think Differently About 'Disability'

Run by Caritas' accessibility coordinator, Minna, this session will encourage participants to take a moment to consider:

  • Do you understand what disability is?
  • How confident are you talking about disability?
  • Do you think you operate in a way that is accessible to all people?
  • Do you understand your responsibilities towards accessibility?

 

What will be in the session?

2 December, 2024 - 14:00 to 16:00
Cornerstone Centre, 104b Denmark Road, Manchester, M15 6JS

Caritas Salford: Think Differently About 'Disability'

Run by Caritas' accessibility coordinator, Minna, this session will encourage participants to take a moment to consider:

  • Do you understand what disability is?
  • How confident are you talking about disability?
  • Do you think you operate in a way that is accessible to all people?
  • Do you understand your responsibilities towards accessibility?

 

What will be in the session?

13 August, 2024 - 14:30 to 16:30
Online

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