Training and Events – Calendar

Manual Handling

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This course will provide you with the knowledge and skills required to minimise the risk of injury to yourself and others when handling objects. Along with practical exercises the course will include:

An introduction to what Manual Handling means

  • Understanding the legal duties
  • Identifying potential hazards and risk
  • Basic principals of Manual Handling
  • How to minimise the risk of injury

Trainer: FMC Training Services

Community First Aid

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This short Community First Aid course will provide basic first aid knowledge on the following areas:

  • Principles of emergency aid
  • Basic Life Support (CPR)
  • Recognition and control of bleeding
  • Choking and unconsciousness
  • Treatment of burns and scalds

This session will be followed by an Adult Mental Health First Aid session (1.30pm – 4.30pm)

Adult Mental Health First Aid

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The mental health first aid course is for those:

  • Wanting to become more self-aware about their own mental health
  • Looking to gain a basic awareness of mental health illnesses
  • Individuals who would like to help themselves and others around them.

It is part of Community Resilience Training – funded by the National Lottery Community Fund as part of the Rebuilding Together project.
In the morning, join us for training on Community First Aid (9.30am – 12.30pm).

Copeland Governance Academy: Setting up a group – what you need to know

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The Copeland Governance Academy is about developing small groups and empowering individuals.  Increasingly small or new organisations are encouraged to take on greater responsibilities for supporting the delivery of local services.  Funded through Copeland Community Fund and Cumbria County Council, the Copeland Governance Academy can assist groups through the following FREE short sessions that will take place at the Whitehaven Foyer:

The Copeland Governance Academy

Date:

Time:

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The Copeland Governance Academy is about developing small groups and empowering individuals.  Increasingly small or new organisations are encouraged to take on greater responsibilities for supporting the delivery of local services.  Funded through Copeland Community Fund and Cumbria County Council, the Copeland Governance Academy can assist groups through the following FREE short sessions that will take place at the Whitehaven Foyer.

Community First Aid

Date:

Time:

Town:

This short Community First Aid course will provide basic first aid knowledge on the following areas:

  • Principles of emergency aid
  • Basic Life Support (CPR)
  • Recognition and control of bleeding
  • Choking and unconsciousness
  • Treatment of burns and scalds

This session will be followed by an Adult Mental Health First Aid session (1.30pm – 4.30pm)

Adult Mental Health First Aid

Date:

Time:

Town:

The mental health first aid course is for those:

  • Wanting to become more self-aware about their own mental health
  • Looking to gain a basic awareness of mental health illnesses
  • Individuals who would like to help themselves and others around them.

It is part of Community Resilience Training – funded by the National Lottery Community Fund as part of the Rebuilding Together project.
In the morning, join us for training on Community First Aid (9.30am – 12.30pm).

Essential Volunteer Skills

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This Essential Skills session will provide volunteers with important background to their volunteering role.

The session will focus on:

  • Communication skills
  • Creating effective boundaries
  • Managing difficult situations
  • Lone working and working safely
  • Safeguarding

FREE to all volunteers*

Action for Health Network

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Action for Health Network

Book your place on the next of our ever popular information and networking event.

Tuesday 24 September 9.30am Newton Rigg College Penrith:

Speakers include

Copeland Governance Academy: Choosing a legal structure for your group or organisation

Date:

Time:

Town:

The Copeland Governance Academy is about developing small groups and empowering individuals.  Increasingly small or new organisations are encouraged to take on greater responsibilities for supporting the delivery of local services.  Funded through Copeland Community Fund and Cumbria County Council, the Copeland Governance Academy can assist groups through the following FREE short sessions that will take place at the Whitehaven Foyer:

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