CHYPPS NEWS LETTER
Welcome to our CHYPPS fortnightly e-Newsletter
Somerset Activity and Sports Partnership
Somerset Activity and Sports Partnership (SASP) are looking to work with youth clubs/groups in Somerset. We are promoting the importance of physical activity for mental health and well-being within 11-18 year olds and would like to work with groups who could incorporate some activity into their weekly sessions which bring together young people of between these ages. Equipment and training will be provided for each group to use in their weekly setting. SASP are looking for 5-6 groups who would be willing to take part in the pilot.
If you would like more information please contact Rebecca Squire firstname.lastname@example.org
STAND OUT ON SOCIAL MEDIA
9th FEBRUARY 2018 - CREWKERNE
Have you ever wondered how Social Media can find you new customers?
This interactive session is aimed at organisations that already have Social Media accounts set up and are looking to increase reach and engagement.
Learn the best tips and tricks for creating compelling and shareable content.
Find out how Social Media can be used to engage with customers and drive campaigns
More Information and to Book 9th February
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Do you want to get better at writing funding applications?
Come to our upcoming training session, A Guide To Funding Applications, to learn the key elements of a great application and get practical advice on a range of topics including;
·How to use research and give evidence of need
·How to use stories to communicate and catch the attention of funders
·How to get the most out of the Charity Commission website and the annual accounts of Trusts and Foundations
You'll be signposted to useful resources and information, and get tips and tools that you can put into practice straight away.
The training is being held on Wednesday 24th January from 10am to 1pm, at Miles Philips Consulting, near Langport. Follow the link below for full details and to enroll.
Guide to Funding Applications
This session is aimed at anybody working within the voluntary and community sector who writes funding applications for their organisation. Come and learn the key elements of a great application, and understand how to get the most out of the Charity Commission website and the annual accounts of Trust and Foundations. We will explain how to communicate your story to move funders to give, highlight the importance of stewardship, and explore the benefits of research and evidencing need.
"This session has given me a huge amount of information to go and build a solid base for our funding applications"
Wednesday 24th January, 10:00-13:00 Langport, £30 Enrol Here
Woew Team Leader (South Bristol)
The Park Community Centre Ltd
Salary: £27,000 - £29,000 pro rata
Contract Type: Temporary/Contract
Hours: Part Time
Hours: 3 days (24 hours) a week.
Contract Details: Fixed term to December 2019
Details of Role: We are looking for a Team Leader who is passionate about enabling individuals to get closer to the work place. You will develop, deliver and manage the Parks West of England Works programme for South Bristol. Working closely with partner organisations the project aims to increase readiness, ability and confidence of unemployed or economically inactive people, to seek or enter employment, education or training. This post will lead the teams Employability Keyworkers and Administrator/coordinator, be responsible for the project budget, alongside targets and outcomes and complete the complex reporting and data entry systems ensuring the smooth running of the project.You will join a team of partner organisations led by Weston College with funding from the National Lottery and the European Social Fund to support and sustain quality employment without barriers to participation, encouraging social inclusion, combatting poverty and discrimination, developing the potential and existing workforce by investing in education, training and skills.
Closing Date: Tuesday, 30 January, 2018 - 23:45
How to Apply: The closing date is midnight on Tuesday 30th January. Interviews are to be held on February 1st. Please download and complete the application form or contact Louise Hunt for an application pack or more information on 0117 3773669 or email@example.com.
Completed forms can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org or posted to Emma Hinton, The Park Centre, Daventry Road, Knowle, Bristol, BS4 1DQ
Contact Person: Louise Hunt
Contact Email: email@example.com
Contact Phone: 0117 3773669
Postal Address: The Park Community Centre Ltd, Daventry Road, Knowle, Bristol BS4 1DQ
Level 2 & 3 certificates in Youth Work Practice
This course starts on 7th March and runs for 1 year with the last day for coursework submission being the 1st March 2018.
This is a one-year self-study course. accredited by the Open College Network (West Midlands) and is endorsed by the Education Training Standards (ETS) Committee England on behalf of the Joint Negotiating Committee (JNC) for youth and community work. There are two mandatory training days and 12 optional support/ supervision days during the year
If you would like any further information in relation to this course, please contact our team directly on 01458 836130 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
WELLBEING PRACTITIONER FOR CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE (WP-CYP)
Full-time (37 hours per week)
Fixed-Term Contract until 31st March 2019 with the aim that the role will continue beyond this.
This is a training role within the Children and Young People’ Improving Access to Psychological Therapies programme (CYP IAPT). The post-holder will work within Somerset Rural Youth Project as part of a multi-disciplinary team delivering, under supervision, high-quality, outcome-informed, focused, evidence-based interventions for children and young people experiencing, mild to moderate anxiety, low mood and behavioural difficulties.
Deadline of 9th February 2018.
TEMPORARY ROLES WITHIN SOMERSET’S NATIONAL CITIZEN SERVICE PROGRAMME
Roles involve working with 16-17 year olds as they complete a 4-week programme, including residential adventures and the running of their own community projects.
NCS Wave Leaders - £1,750-£1,950 per programme
NCS Team Leaders - £1,350 per programme
NCS Assistant Team Leaders - £1,065 per programme
For more info about either of these roles visit the vacancies page on our website www.sryp.org.uk or contact Steve Baker at email@example.com
DISCLOSURE AND BARRING SERVICE (DBS) - EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW.
23rd FEBRUARY 2018 - CREWKERNE
ARE YOU UP TO DATE WITH YOUR DBS CHECKS?
DO YOU KNOW WHO IN YOUR ORGANISATION REQUIRES A DBS AND AT WHAT LEVEL?
‘DBS – Everything You Need to Know’ is a 3 hour interactive workshop led by Denise Timmins, Spark Somerset’s DBS Officer. The workshop is designed to provide an opportunity for organisations to gain a better understanding of who is, and who is not eligible for a DBS check and to ensure that the correct level of check is being applied for.
More Information and to Book 23rd February
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Somerset NCS Jobs – Summer 2017
SRYP has a number of vacancies for the summer National Citizen Service programme, to suit different levels of youth work experience. NCS is a four week programme, taking year 11s and 12s through a week long adventure residential (Exmoor), a week long skills development residential (Taunton) and then two weeks of running their own social action projects at various locations around Somerset. There are 6 different start dates across the summer, so jobs can be arranged to suit.
Wave Leaders – Responsible for overseeing a wave of 105 young people and implementing the pre-planned programme (£1750 per programme)
Team Leaders – Responsible for leading a team of 15 young people (£1,350 per programme)
Team Workers – Responsible for supporting the team leader with a team of 15 young people (£1,065) per programme)
Full training for the programme will be delivered throughout the Spring.
For an application pack visit www.sryp.org.uk or contact Steve Baker on 01278 722 100. SRYP would also be happy to consider secondments and applications from youth workers on term-time only contracts.
NEW! Basic Child Protection
This session was designed by the Somerset Safeguarding Board (SSCB). It aims to help you understand your responsibilities with regards to safeguarding and child protection. During the session we will look at the current legislation for safeguarding children, and how this links to child protection history. Delegates will learn the various categories of abuse and how to respond to evidence or concerns that a child has been abused, and get guidance on safer working practices.
Thursday 15th March, 09:30-13:00, Langport, £35 Enrol here
British Youth Council Survey
BYC are conducting a survey to find out what young people of all ages think about their communities; whether or not they feel European; about stereotyping, bullying and hate crime; and the skills they have / need as young people today.
Their views will contribute to the UK's response and contribution to the next Structured Dialogue conference in Slovakia, where the BYC will be working with y oung people and decision makers from across the EU to create recommendations.
All young people taking part will be in with a chance of winning a £40 voucher.
The survey can be accessed at:
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