- Community Learning project – Growing London starts up in Mottingham
- Empowering the Voluntary Sector Training – Compact and how to use it to hold public bodies to account
- Carers Bromley – induction session
- Workshop – Working with Complex/Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
- Cotmandene Community Resource Centre
- Mottingham Community and Learning Shop
- Puzzled by partnerships? Fazed by forums? Looking for leadership training?
Mottingham has been selected for a new vegetable growing and community learning programme for London. Local residents can learn how to plan and look after plants, learn new gardening skills and meet new people all for free.
Click on the website link below for Information on how you can get involved and how to register your interest
Overall Growing London project will help 60 Londoners to gain new confidence skills and knowledge to lead positive change in their communities and across London. Contact Debby Mathews from London Civic Forum on 020 8709 9770 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information.back to top
Date: Wednesday 16 November 2011
Time: 9.30am-4 .30pm
Venue: CVA Resource Centre, 82 London Road, West Croydon, CRO 2TB
Cost: £35 per person (includes VAT, lunch and all resources)
To book a place email email@example.com or phone 020 8253 1266
The training explains to voluntary and community sector organisations how they can use the Compact and public law to hold public bodies accountable for unfair decisions and actions that they may take.
This award-winning training delivered by Terry Perkins, Public Law Training Officer, NAVCA is a joint project between NAVCA, Compact Advocacy at NCVO and the Public Law Project. The project is funded by the Big Lottery Fund has been running since 2006 training over 1850 people in that time from organisations like yours.
Click on the links below to see an interview with Terry, snippets from the training, and interviews with previous participants and a discussion with Kevin Curley, Chief Executive of NAVCA explaining the importance of the training for the sector.
- Interview with Terry Perkins
- Activities from an EVS course
- Interview with previous participants
- Interview with people on the course
- Discussion with Kevin Curley
Deadline for bookings is 11th November.back to top
To ensure the professional workforce is aware of what services Carers Bromley provides, we offer free monthly information/induction sessions for staff from other organisations who work in the borough. These one-hour sessions held at Caritas House will provide you with a better understanding of our services and how we can help and support carers known to your team or organisation.
The next two induction sessions will take place on Thursday 27th October at 11 a.m. and Wednesday 30th November at 3 p.m.
If you would like to book a place for yourself or a colleague, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and contact details.back to top
Date: Saturday 22 October 2011,10.45am – 5.45 pm
Venue: Assembly Halls, 18 Gates Green Road, West Wickham, BR4 9JW, www.streetmap.co.uk
The impact and long-term effects of Childhood Sexual Abuse are increasingly seen within the context of Complex PTSD. This workshop will examine the difference between
PTSD and Complex PTSD and how counsellors can best work with survivors of CSA.
The fundamental principles of Safe Trauma Therapy will be explored along with exercises that will restore control over trauma reactions. In addition, the importance of the counsellor’s self-care will be addressed to minimise secondary traumatic stress. The cost for this workshop is £25.00 (this includes a ploughman’s lunch) Places are limited and are on a first come first served basis. Christianne Sanderson, author of The Warrior Within, Counselling Adult Survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse and Counselling Survivors of Domestic Violence, leads the training.
For booking form, contact Cat Allen, Clinical Coordinator, One in Four, 219 Bromley Road, Catford London SE6 2PG Tel: 020 8697 2112back to top
An integrated community centre providing opportunities for local people of all ages and walks of life. Visit bromley.gov.uk for the latest programme of courses.
Contact details: Telephone: 020 8402 0123, e-mail: email@example.com
Address: 64 Cotmandene Crescent, St Paul's Cray, Bromley BR5 2RG
Opening Times: 9.30am to 1pm, and 2pm to 4pm Monday to Wednesday and Friday. Please note the Centre is closed all day Thursday.
All courses are free; students should be aged over 19. For some courses, priority will be for students who live in BR5 or BR6.back to top
This community driven centre offers learning opportunities and a range of services providing training, help, guidance and support for local people in Mottingham.
Visit bromley.gov.uk for the latest programme of courses including the announcement that The Lewisham Credit Union is expanding its services into Bromley Borough. If you are interested in joining the Credit Union or finding out more about the services, it will offer, you can call in for a chat on a Tuesday or Thursday afternoon.
Contact details: Telephone: 020 8860 1150, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Address: 1-2 Cranley Parade, Beaconsfield Road, Mottingham SE9 4DZ
Opening Times: 9.15am to 4.00pm, Monday to Friday
CLB is running a free tailor-made programme of training to help you understand and get involved in local forums, network, partnership and decision-making. Click here to find out more.back to top