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Job Opportunity at the Derbyshire Federation for Mental Health

The Derbyshire Federation for Mental Health is a charity supporting individuals living with or recovering from mental ill health.  The organisation is looking to recruit the following in the Derbyshire Dales and High Peak areas.

Male Support Worker

(30 hrs pw + 1 weekend in four)

Male Bank Workers

Get Started with Robots

The Prince’s Trust has a free programme available for young people between the age of 16 and 25, who are out of work and interested in robotics and technology.

The programme runs in Derby at the QUAD, Market Place, Cathedral Quarter, Derby DE1 3AS.

Monday 17th July until Friday 21st July, 10.00am-3.30pm each day.

Booking essential through Princes Trust: please contact Rosa Leivas, 07919 221 443 or email rosa.leivas@princes-trust.org.uk

Job Opportunities at Derventio Housing

Derventio Housing Trust is advertising for Personal Navigators to join the Building Better Opportunities: Opportunity and Change employability programme.

These are part-time posts of 20 hours, applicants must have a driving licence and access to a vehicle for work.

http://www.derventiohousing.com/work-for-us/109/building-better-opportunities-opportunity-and-change-personal-navigator-derbyshire-dales.html

A Club Matters Business Planning Workshop – Find Learning: Workshops

This workshop will cover: –

  • What a business plan is and why your club should have one
  • Who you should involve in creating a business plan and when you should use it
  • How to develop a plan for your club using a simple framework
  • Practical advice on what to include in your plan, how to structure it and pitfalls to avoid

Dementia Services – Have Your Say

Erewash and Southern Derbyshire Clinical Commissioning Groups are local NHS organisations responsible for assessing the needs of the population, deciding which health services to purchase to meet these needs and monitoring the quality of the services that are delivered.

Over recent years there has been a lot of progress made in developing services for people and their carers experiencing dementia. The CCGs are now focusing on specialist treatment opportunities and would like your thoughts on the current services, but also any other ideas on how specialist support could be provided. They recognise how important care and support is for people with Dementia and want to make sure services for the future continue to meet the needs of those with Dementia and their carers.