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September 2015 Newsletter

We produce an edition of this newsletter at the beginning of each month. If you have an item for the next edition, please send it to contact@cywp.org.uk.

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TRAINING AND EVENTS
CAMHS Transformation Planning Event
24th September 2015
 
The Emotional Wellbeing and Mental Health Board is proposing an all-day CAMHS Transformation event at The Royal Cornwall Pavilion Centre, Wadebridge, on September 24th 2015.
 
The Department of Health and Department of Education have recently announced additional funding for children and adolescent mental health services; including specific funding for eating disorders.  Some additional funds are expected for perinatal mental health.  To access the funding there needs to be a robust and innovative CAMHS Transformation plan in place which is developed with key stakeholders.

The event is intended to share and develop further the initial plan.  This initial plan has been developed with focus groups and building on the Future in Mind national CAMHs Strategy and includes perinatal mental health and young people’s mental health up to 25 years of age.
 
An  agenda for the day will be issued in early September once speakers and workshops are confirmed. Lunch and refreshments will be provided.
 
Please email emma.corlett@nhs.net with your name and details  to register an interest in attending. Booking forms and an agenda will be sent out shortly. Places are limited.
Free Training for VCSE Organisations
 

Penwith Community Development Trust (PCDT) is being funded by The Learning Partnership to work with Voluntary, Community and Social Enterprise organisations over the next nine months. This will provide an opportunity for VCSE organisations to access a wide range of free training for staff and volunteers, including:

  • CIEH Level 2 Emergency First Aid at Work
  • CIEH Level 2 Health and Safety in the Workplace
  • CIEH Level 2 Risk Assessment
  • CIEH Level 2 Food Safety
  • CIEH Level 3 First Aid at Work
  • CIEH Level 3 Education and Training
  • Safeguarding

To book onto the courses or to discuss bespoke training please contact the Skills Centre team on 01736 332772, or email skills@pcdt.org.uk. For more information visit the website.

Domestic Abuse, Stalking and Harassment and Honour-Based Violence Training (DASH)
 
Twelves Company have released new dates for DASH training taking place From October to December. Day One of the training is an introduction to domestic abuse for all frontline professionals working with individuals and families. Day two covers the DASH risk assessment.

Follow the links below for more information:

Training dates
Booking details
 
OPPORTUNITIES FOR YOUNG PEOPLE
New Study Programme in Bude


Integer Training is currently recruiting for a new Study Programme to start in Bude on 21 September to support young people aged 16-24 who are not in any other form of education, training or work.

The Study Programme will provide a ‘hand on’ approach to gaining skills and knowledge in a number of occupational sectors, including Sports, Leisure & Tourism;  Hospitality & Catering;  Office & Business;  Design, Media and Technology; Retail & Service Enterprise. Learners will work towards nationally recognised qualifications, including: Level 1 Diploma in Occupational Studies for the Workplace; English & Maths (Functional Skills or GCSE as appropriate to the individual); Level 2 First Aid; Level 2 Food Safety plus additional awards & certificates in sport and/or volunteering activities. Click here for the flyer
 
Coach Makers and Traineeships

2nd Chance Training Academy have a number of Traineeships for those interested in Sports Coaching or Fitness Instructing. It is a roll-on roll-off programme. View the flyer for more information.

For young people ages 16-18 who are interested in sports coaching, 2nd Chance start their Coach Makers course on 7th September and can enrol for 3 weeks after that date. View the flyer for more information.
 
Cornwall Marine Academy Recruitment Drive

Cornwall Marine Academy is currently recruiting for a NEW Traineeship (16-18) and a Study Programme (16-25) in the Falmouth/Penryn area, starting in August/September 2015, with both supporting young people who are currently not in education, employment or training (NEET).
 
Introduction to Marine Engineering will be delivered in Falmouth/Penryn and is designed for people who are considering a career in Marine Engineering and want to gain practical, hands-on skills whilst gaining industry recognised qualifications and work experience. The qualifications young people can gain are: NVQ Diploma in Performance Engineering Operations (Level 1) and the Award in Engineering & Manufacturing (Level 1).     

Cornwall Marine Academy, Real Ideas Organisation (RIO), Active Plus and RE:Source/Addaction are working in partnership on the Talent Match Cornwall programme to support 18-24 year olds who have been unemployed for 12 months or more. This programme is offered throughout Cornwall and has support from RIO Apprentices who are in the same age bracket and have experienced youth unemployment themselves.

Follow the links for further information:
Introduction to Marine Engineering
Traineeship
Talent Match
Young Mums Will Achieve

Cornwall College is now recruiting and reserving places for the Young Mums Will Achieve programme starting up again in September.

The Young Mums Will Achieve project with Cornwall College offers a wide range of qualifications for free, with childcare and transport also provided. They can develop their English and maths skills, build up self-esteem and progress onto further education or employment. Sessions are available throughout Cornwall.

This award-winning project is for pregnant young women and teenage mums aged between 14 and 19 years old. The group meets twice a week to provide support, guidance and learning in a relaxed environment in the community. The project offers a wide range of qualifications with free childcare and transport also provided.

For further information, call 07788 185741 or 0845 22 32 567, email ymwa@cornwall.ac.uk or visit www.cornwall.ac.uk/YMWA.
 
Cornwall Fire Rescue/Princes Trust Team Programme
 

CFRS Team Programme is a 13 week personal development programme for 16-25 year olds which aims to increase confidence, motivation and skills and as a result enable young people to move into employment, education, training, volunteering or apprenticeships.

The programme has no cost attached to it. The next course running in Truro starts on the 28th September and St Austell starts on the 21st September.
 
If you are interested in the Truro Course please contact Team Leader  Samantha Spooner on 07779 334 386 or by email.
 
If you are interested in the St Austell Course please contact Team Leader Andy House on 07817 538 964 or by email.
 
Visit the website for further information.
Brook and Wild Young Fathers Workers
 

Brook and WILD have been successful in attracting Big Lottery funding to work with young fathers. This means they have been able to expand their service.

Brook Young Fathers is a project for any young man who is either a father or in a parenting role. They give practical advice and tips on parenting, relationships, housing, work, and anything else that might be a barrier to being the dad they want to be. They work with anyone aged 25 or under or, if they are over 25 and the mother of the child is under 20.

Young Fathers Worker Mid (project coordinator): Gemma Coupe, gemma.coupe@brook.org.uk
Young Fathers Worker East: Wayne Drew, wayne.drew@brook.org.uk
Young Fathers Worker West: Rob Phillips, rob.phillips@brook.org.uk
WILD Young Fathers Independent Living Worker: Laura Mead (starting end of Aug), c/o jo.davies@wildproject.org.uk

For more information or to make a referral please contact Brook on 01209 710088 or email youngfatherscornwall@brook.org.uk.
RESOURCES
New Look Family Information Service Website
 
The Famly Information Service have rebranded and added some new pages and functionality.  They have added two new websites for adults and young people, under the heading Care and Support in Cornwall.  You can find them at www.supportincornwall.org.uk.
 
Interim Growth Hub is now live

This interim site will be live until January 2016 when the full Growth Hub provider will be in place and take over the service. Click here to view the interim site.

This signposting website has:
  • National, local, public and private access to finance links
  • Links to information, business and networks
  • A growing Employment & Skills area
  • A link to the national business support tool where businesses can self-diagnose what business support they need
If you check out the Business Support tab you will find another tab for Employment and Skills where your details will appear if you complete and return the Support and Training template and send it to growthhub@cornwallandislesofscillylep.com  If you deliver direct business support please also complete and return the Business Support template.
Map of basic IT training and Digital Access

Please see below for a link to a map that shows locations of basic IT training and digital access. Simon Gooding from Cornwall Council (online support) would welcome feedback on anything that needs to be added.
 
https://www.google.com/maps/d/edit?mid=zfQBPOoe4Hd0.k7ktK4QC2mdE
 
If you are interested in having your details included please check out the ‘map’ and information (see bottom email with a link to a google map near the bottom of the stream), then contact Simon direct  sgooding1@cornwall.gov.uk
 
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