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July 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
Talk Relationships and Sexual Health Training Programme
 
Click here to view Talk Relationships and Sexual Health Training Programme for 2015.

Training courses include:
Introduction to Sexual Health and Wellbeing, Speakeasy, C-Card, Brook Sexual Behaviours Traffic Light Tool, Contraception, Pregnancy and Choices, Delay, Consent and Relationships, Fantasy Vs Reality, HIV, Sexually Transmitted Infections and Sexual Health Services, LGBTQ Inclusive Conversations, Sex, Alcohol and Drugs
 
To book a place on one of the courses, please log into Social Care Learning & Development online booking system or register online for a username and password for your organisation.
Free Charity Update Conference - 15th July 2015
 

Learn everything you need to know about the New Charity Statements of Recommended Practice (SORP), Gift Aid and Auto Enrolment Pension Schemes. 

Book a free place at this conference, being hosted by Cornwall Community Accountancy Service (CCAS), on 15 July at The Exchange, Wadebridge.

 

Click here to find out more and to book a place. 

IVO Children and Young People Conference Feedback
 
The IVO Learning and Development Network Voluntary & Community Sector Children & Young People Conference took place at Pool Innovation Centre on Friday 26th June.

Organised by Penwith Community Development Trust (PCDT), the event covered topics including European funding, safeguarding and commissioning. Click here to read VSF’s report from the day.
 
ESF Workshops
 
Cornwall VSF are organising free events to help organisations in the VCSE sector make sense of the European funding calls for skills-based programmes. These events are aimed at small voluntary and community organisations and are designed to increase their skills and capabilities to join partnerships that will bid for ESF / Skills Funding Agency programmes.
 
7th July, 9.30am–4pm, Heartlands, Pool. Click here to book.
 
14th July, 9.30am–4pm, Pavilion Centre, Royal Cornwall Showground, Wadebridge. Click here to book.
 
Isles of Scilly event TBC

The following workshops will be on offer:
 
Is ESF right for you?, Are you fit for funding?, An introduction to registration of training organisations (ROTO), An introduction to self-assessment and Matrix, Safeguarding, Cross-cutting themes (environmental sustainability, equality and diversity), Evaluation and how does it help you, Risk management.
 
JOB OPPORTUNITIES
Full Time Youth Worker with Carefree
 
A creative, collaborative individual with appropriate professional qualifications (JNC or equivalent) is required for a start as soon as possible for Carefree’s Peer Mentoring Programme.
 
Closing date 9am Monday 13 July.  No application packs will be sent out after 4pm on Friday 10 July. Interview date will be Friday 17th July all day.
 
For an Application pack please email jade@carefreecornwall.org.uk putting ‘request for full time worker’ in the title of the email.

Please click here for more information.
 
OPPORTUNITIES FOR YOUNG PEOPLE
Summer Provision at BF Adventure


Following the success of previous years, BF are running a summer of activities targeting provision at Year 11 leavers with no known destination, or those who may require support from July until September to successfully make the next step into college, sixth form, Foundation Learning or other training placements.
 
Complete the referral form and send to rachael@bfadventure.org. All referrers will be contacted week commencing Monday 29th June. It is proposed that taster days will be held on 21st and 22nd July.
 
Young people will complete a series of exciting and supported challenges throughout the Summer, leading into a successful progression in September with ongoing support and a celebration event in Autumn half term!
 
Click here for more detailed information.
Click here for the referral form
Dame Kelly Holmes Trust - Get on Track


2nd Chance Project are working in partnership with Dame Kelly Holmes Trust to run the Get on Track programme.

The programme is starting Tuesday 4th August and will run Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday for five weeks at Carn Brea Leisure Centre.

Are you 16-25? Looking for work, training, education or volunteering opportunities? Get On Track is a mentoring programme led by world-class athletes. Improve your communication, teamwork, confidence, health and well-being. So far 70% of young people who have taken part in Get On Track have moved into employment, education or training within five months.

Click the links to view the poster, flyer and expression of interest form
Young People's Reference Groups



The details for the summer holiday “Young People’s Reference Groups” are below.  Click on the link to view the flyer:
 
Wednesday 29th July 10.30am – 2.30pm
Padstow Library, The Core Building, The Lawns, Hill Street, Padstow, PL28 8EB
 
Thursday 30th July 10.30am – 2.30pm
Penrice Academy, St Austell, PL25 3NR
 

If you would like to have a look at previous reference groups, visit the Facebook page
 
Kehelland Workability Programme


 

Click here to view the flyer for the Workability Programme ‘Kehelland’ are running in August. 2 days per week over 8 weeks. 1 day of work experience and one day in the training room.

They have 10 spaces left for young and enthusiastic people who would benefit from the programme and then potentially move onto the Supported Internship role that starts in September.

 

Please direct any queries and referrals to Steve Roberts of the Cornwall Apprenticeship Agency on 01326 314 904.

Young People Cornwall Summer Provision


Follow the links below for the provision for The House, Treverbyn and Roche youth centres for June, July and August 2015. It is also on social media sites; FB: The House YPC, @ThehouseYPC, @YPCmakingwaves.

June and July Provision
August Provision

Any questions contact Kate Smith, Youth Worker by email or on 07436 272855.
 
Talent Match

Anyone aged 18 to 24 old who has been unemployed for a year or more is invited to engage in the Talent Match project, which is designed to create a brighter future for young people across Cornwall. It is led by the Real Ideas Organisation (RIO), in partnership with the social enterprises Cornwall Marine Network, RE:SOURCE/Addaction and Active Plus. Click here for further information.
 
CMN is keen to hear from young people who have been long-term unemployed and want support into the workplace, plus businesses wanting to pledge their support for the scheme - whether giving inspirational talks to the young people, site tours or work experience.
 
For further details contact David Wickes at CMN by email or on 01326 211382.
 
Relationships and Sexual Health Survey

Timely and accessible information on relationships and sexual health is vital in improving the wellbeing and sexual health of people in Cornwall. Cornwall’s relationship and sexual health services are working in partnership to encourage people across Cornwall to TALK about relationships and sexual health (known as RSH).

Getting involved
We want to know how to better support young people and if parents and carers are getting the information they need. We have designed two surveys, one for young people and one for parents and carers. Please help us by directing these groups to the surveys.

For more information, including opportunities to give your views visit www.cornwall.gov.uk/talkrsh

Who is doing this?
The partnership is called TALK Relationships and Sexual Health and includes Brook, Cornwall Council Public Health, Health Promotion Service, and RCHT Sexual Health Hub. For any questions or queries please contact teenagepregnancy@cornwall.gov.uk
 
FUNDING
Up and Coming Funding Rounds

Please click here to view information regarding Cornwall Community Foundation up and coming funding rounds.

For more information and application details, visit the CCF website.
REGIONAL
Measuring Youth Work Outcomes - Practical Models

One of the most challenging questions for youth workers is ‘How do you know you are making a difference to young people?’ This one-day course will be held on Thursday 16 July 2015 at Sherborne Area Youth & Community Centre, Dorset.

It will be an opportunity to learn more about current thinking on assessing the impact of youth work, and look at ways in which you can demonstrate your impact on young people who get involved with your youth work projects.  As a result of the day, you should be better equipped to provide evidence of the impact of what you do, and able to explain more clearly the reasons why your youth work makes a difference to young people’s lives’. 

Follow the links for the flyer and the booking form.  Email your booking form to Jane Shipton by Monday 6 July.
 
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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