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October 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.

If you are interested in becoming a member of CYWP, please visit our website for more details and the membership application form.
TRAINING AND EVENTS
CYWP Full Partnership Meeting
 
We will be holding a full partnership meeting for members of Cornwall Youth Work Partnership on 22nd October from 10.30 -1pm at Gweal An Tops, School Lane, Redruth, TR15 2ER.  Lunch is provided.
 
Agenda will be sent out soon.  Please email sam.pashley@trelya.com to confirm attendance and also to let us know if there are any specific items you would like to discuss with other members.
Carefree Conference and 10 Year Celebration
 
Young people and anyone who works with them are cordially invited to the Carefree Conference and Party. Friday 6th November 2015, 9.30am-4pm for the conference, 4-7pm for the party, St Erme Community Centre, TR4 9BD.
 
Conference - Risk & Resilience; Association & Group Work with young people seen as 'vulnerable'.
 
Speakers & Workshops:
Opening remarks - Jo Davies, Manager of Wild & Carefree Trustee.
'The importance of a safe base' - Dr James McGurk, Clinical Psychologist.
'Making sure youth work is good for you' - Mari Eggins, CEO Carefree.
Contribution from Jack Cordery, Head of Service, Children's early Help, Psychology & Social Care Services, Cornwall Council.
 
Evening Events include a Ferris Wheel, team games and activities, music and healthy food and soft drinks as well as the first screening of Carefree young people's film inviting your editing feedback & comments.
 
Email jade@carefreecornwall.org.uk to book your place at the Conference and/or the Party.
 
NCS Graduation - Summer Programme
 
Young people Cornwall, BF Adventure and Cornwall College delivered the National Citizen Service (NCS) programme in 2015 to 200 young people.

Young People Cornwall would like to invite you to celebrate the achievements of young people across Cornwall who have graduated from the National Citizen Service Summer Programme 2015. The graduation will take place at the Hall for Cornwall on the 15th October at 7pm for an 8pm start.
 
Please email chrish@ypc.org.uk, stating  how many tickets you would like and if you or any guests are a wheelchair-user or has mobility support needs by the 30th September. Your tickets can be picked up from reception on the evening. Guest seating is unreserved so you need to arrive in good time to pick up tickets.  Please be advised light refreshments will be served on arrival and drinks can be purchased from the bar.
Meet the Funders Follow Up Event
 
You are invited to attend the next Meet the Funders follow up event with Lloyds Bank Foundation. Trevor Smale will lead a workshop outlining the latest programme of funds they offer to charities and will be available to offer 1-1 support on the day. Please view the invitation for further details.

The event will take place in the morning on Wednesday 21st of October in Wadebridge and will include a pasty lunch and is free to attend. Spaces are strictly limited, so please book early to avoid disappointment as spaces will be reserved on a first come, first serve basis. 

Please book to attend by following the link or fill in the booking form.
CMN Training for Businesses
 
CMN Training has a large range of training available for businesses coming up this Autumn.

Courses include:
  • Customer Service
  • Leadership and Management Award
  • Award in Education and Training
  • Introduction to Project Management
Please click here to view the training brochure.  Contact details and course fees can be found in the brochure.
OPPORTUNITIES FOR YOUNG PEOPLE
National Citizen Service


The National Citizen Service Trust is a nationally recognised programme for young people that now has more than 100,000 graduates. It helps build skills for work and life and allows young people to take on new challenges and meet new friends. It is an inclusive, part-residential programme for year 11 and year 12 students that takes place across the country in the spring half-term, after exams in the summer or in autumn half- term.

The next NCS programme in Cornwall is running this October for young people aged 16-18 years old. Click here for further information.

Pre-Apprenticeship and Traineeship Programme with CN4C


CN4C are running a Pre-Apprenticeship programme, for 16-18 year olds, starting on Tuesday 13th October.  Click here to view the flyer.

CN4C are also running a Traineeship programme for 16-18 year old starting on 12th October.  Click here to view the flyer.

RESOURCES AND SERVICES
Supporting Young Fathers
 
Wild now offer a service to young fathers and those involved with young mothers.

Laura Mead is the Independent Support Adviser who meets with young fathers in the community to deliver information, advice and guidance in anything which will enable them to be more independent such as housing and benefits and also accessing education, employment and training.

Please view the flyer for more information.
 

 
Together for Families Programme
 
Families were previously eligible for the Together for Families Programme based upon the following criteria:
  • Parents or children involved in crime or anti-social behaviour
  • Children who have not been attending school regularly or who are at risk of exclusion
  • Adults out of work or at risk of financial exclusion
 The above still apply, however, another three have been added, with the last two to be phased in, in due course:
  • Children who need help, are identified as in need, or are subject to a CP plan
  • Families affected by domestic violence and abuse
  • Parents or children with a range of health problems
Literature and information will be released along with the Early Help Hub launch in September. The service helps families access appropriate services to support any of the above, with a view to meeting the family outcome plan.
 
Please contact: togetherforfamilies@cornwall.gov.uk with any queries.
 
Health and Wellbeing Group St Austell

The Health and Wellbeing Group in St Austell is run by the Health promotion Service and is a free, friendly group for anyone aged 16 or over, who would like to take part in activities aimed at improving Health and Wellbeing.

St Austell Baptist Church, Tuesdays, 10.30am – 12.30pm

- Learn new skills and share ideas
- Arts and Crafts
- Healthy cooking
- Meet new people
- Information on local services

View the flyer for further information.
 
FUNDING
Vicars Relief Fund
 
The Vicar's Relief Fund supports people who are at risk of being made homeless, are homeless or vulnerable, or have experience of being homeless and are trying to establish or maintain a tenancy. Where arrears have happened that may put someone at risk of becoming homeless, a grant from the VRF cay remove the threat of eviction. Where someone who is in temporary accommodation needs help putting together a deposit for a more permanent home, a VRF grant can help that happen.

The VRF also makes grants for items such as beds and other household items such as cookers and fridges. The average grant is around £200.  On average over the past 12 months, the VRF has been able to make grants within 2 days of receiving a request. Click here for further information.

For more funding ideas and lots of information on other resources please see the library of resource sheets on the Inclusion Cornwall website.
Comic Relief Local Communities 2015 Grant Programme Launch

Once again The Cornwall Community Foundation (CCF) are pleased to be working with Comic Relief and UK Community Foundations, to deliver the Local Communities programme for not for profit, voluntary or community groups or social enterprises. The Local Communities programme will run for 18 months and during this time, grants of between £1,000 and £5,000 will be available.

The programme aims to empower local people, enabling them to create lasting change in their communities. Projects should be run by people directly affected by the issues they are dealing with and priority will be given to small, locally based groups or organisations in areas of disadvantage that have a clear understanding of the needs of their community.

Under the programme, organisations can apply for funding to ‘advance people's physical and mental health, wellbeing and safety’. Please click here to see the guidelines in full and to submit an online application form. The application deadline date is on the 12th October 2015 followed by the panel on the 26th October 2015.
 
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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