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05 Apr Charity announces 100k funding boost for Scotland's minority ethnic communities
05 Apr The CRBS training programme consists of a wide range of FREE workshops held at their offices in Stirling. In addition, CRBS also offer PVG, Signatory and Enrolment training online. Local events can be arranged at a cost if the venue, catering facilities and a minimum of 12 delegates can be arranged by the organisation.
27 Mar In January 2012, South West Scotland Community Justice Authority launched The Ripple Effect Toolkit, aimed at raising staff awareness of victims' issues. As part of the ongoing roll-out of the toolkit a series of free multi-agency Ripple Effect Victim Awareness Training Events have been organised which will be delivered in partnership by South West Scotland CJA and local Victim Support Scotland services.
22 Mar Aberlour Young Runaways Service is now running a mentoring service for young peopele aged 13 - 16 years who live in the Greater Glasgow area. The mentoring service will support young people who are at risk of running away from home and who would benefit from a reliable, consistent role model.
22 Mar COVEY has been supporting vulnerable young people in South Lanarkshire for 20 years through volunteer befriending and has been selected as the local delivery partner for YMCA Scotland Plusone mentoring programme.They are seeking to appoint a dynamic Programme Coordinator who will take full responsibility for the delivery of Plusone in South Lanarkshire.
22 Mar Congratulations to Carie Burns of Xplore's Peer Mentoring project who on Thursday 14th March won the YouthLink Scotland Youth Worker of the Year Award.
22 Mar Congratulations to Nicole Borthwick of Xplore's Peer Mentoring project who on Thursday 14th March won the YouthLink Scotland Peer Educator of the Year Award.
22 Mar The study, Nothing in Common, based on a survey of 11,000 13-16 year olds, is an attempt to map the job ambitions of teenagers against the employment market up to 2020.
Research: How mentoring contributes to widening participation of students in higher education - read the findings of an interim report to government
22 Mar An interim report from Higher Education Funding Council for England and the Office for Fair Access to Ministers on the development of a national strategy for promoting access and student success in higher education (HE) in England has been published this month. It brings together knowledge of what works to widen participation in HE and presents an early assessment of how the investment currently made in widening participation is meeting the Government's aims and objectives.
22 Mar YouthLink Scotland, in partnership with the Scottish Funders Forum, are in the process of organising a Funding Seminar for the youth work sector. The seminar will be an open drop-in event on the afternoon and evening of Thursday 28 March 2013 and will be held in the Royal Society of Edinburgh Conference Centre, George Street, Edinburgh. The event will be open from 12.30hrs to 19.30hrs.