The Onslow St Audrey’s School will start lateral flow testing for Covid-19 for all students in January. Students and staff will be able to take a test and 30 minutes later get the result. Communities 1st, along with the Volunteer Centre in Welwyn Hatfield, have been asked to recruit and co-ordinate volunteers to assist with non-clinical duties around reception and queue management. Volunteers can come from any background. You will be trained on line, and then be asked to volunteer for a 4-hour shift. At the start of the shift you will be issued with PPE and be tested yourself. All volunteers will receive travel expenses and refreshments. Individuals who are interested in volunteering need to register at www.communities1st.org.uk/COVID-19-community-signup. Once registered, ID verified and vetted, volunteers will receive training links for the online training. Individuals will be asked to volunteer for a vacant shift (a shift is 4 hours) and
I am contacting to promote and raise awareness of the service that we offer young people who are at risk of NEET/are NEET. The Herts Youth Futures project provides one-to-one mentoring support for individuals facing barriers to education, training and/or employment. This BBO (Building Better Opportunities) project is in partnership with Hertfordshire County Council and is funded by The National Lottery Community Fund and European Social Fund whom have invested £1.1 million to aid young people into supported and sustained work and education. What’s different about this project? The unique aspects of this project are that once referred, individuals will be allocated a Youth Mentor who will tailor their support solely based on the individuals’ needs. Additionally, this support is based around flexibility, being dependent on individuals’ circumstances and with the vision of long-term advice and guidance. With numerous partner organisations across the county , this is an extremely far-reaching
Family Lives operate a free confidential helpline for anyone experiencing difficulties in their family or relationship. Our volunteers take calls from parents and carers on a wide range of subjects, whether that might be issues around separation and divorce, isolation, depression, bullying and abuse, dealing with behavioural problems, etc. You can find out more about our services on our website www.familylives.org.uk Parenting and family support from Family Lives (formerly Parentline Plus) through our website, helpline 0808 800 2222, email service at email@example.com and local services. We are a national service with home-based call takers county wide as well as three call centres in the UK, one based in Old Hatfield in Hertfordshire, one based in Hadleigh in Essex and one in Newcastle. Once trained volunteers sign up for a weekly 4-hour shift comprising 3 hours ‘online’ followed by a debrief session with your supervisor which can lasts around half to one hour. We recruit volunteers
The history of the Focolare Movement & its work for inter religious dialogue Many people ask, ‘What is the Focolare Movement? Here is an opportunity to find out Main speakers:Jon Dal Din & Pat Whitney Tuesday 8th December 2020 8.00p.m by Zoom https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85757641505?pwd=b09FSVhzTm9xTHNnbEFvTjFnTzVaUT09 Meeting ID: 857 5764 1505 Passcode: 647113 www.whifgroup.co.uk
We are delighted to tell you about the launch of our festive project ‘Christmas Kindness ’, which will be delivered in partnership with Small Acts of Kindness and HertsHelp. An army of volunteers are about to start packing the boxes so we expect boxes to be available for collection from Croxley Green early next week. We need your help to make this happen and to bring a smile and Christmas kindness to older and vulnerable people across the county who are feeling more than a bit lonely and isolated right now. We will have 3000 Christmas gift boxes ready from the first week of December for collection and distribution by our partner organisations who’ve identified people who would benefit from a bit of festive cheer. Each box will include approx. 5 gifts, and will include a Christmas card, sticker feedback card , a Hertshelp information leaflet, chocolate/biscuits, a reusable face
The Civic Awards, Welwyn Hatfield Borough’s highest accolade, are presented each year to people for a range of achievements. These include, but are not limited to, service to the community, bravery/courage, environmental work, arts and sport, education and heritage. We will need contact information about the person you are nominating as well as the First and Second people making the nomination and a brief history in 300-500 words why you consider them suitable for a Civic Award. There are also two special categories: Community Award Please tick this box if you wish to nominate the person for the Mears sponsored Community Award Young Person’s Award Please tick this box if you wish to nominate the person for the University of Hertfordshire sponsored Young Person’s Award for anyone aged 21 or under Nominations Forms can be completed online: https://www.welhat.gov.uk/civicawards Awards are given for a wide variety of reasons to people from
A three week Zoom course starting on Monday 23rd November.
Could you be the next manager for this exciting post? Project: Jobs Pathway Project Manager (part time) Do you have the skills to build relationships with employers to encourage them to recruit ex-offenders. We are looking for a self-starter, lots of enthusiasm and commitment on this new and exciting pilot project to place ex-offenders in meaningful jobs. Around a quarter of men in the UK have a criminal record, and reoffending costs the UK about £14bn a year. Yet despite that fact, and the skill and enthusiasm that ex-offenders can bring, they are often automatically excluded by employers. But we know that employers who are prepared to offer jobs to such candidates report that they are often more committed and loyal than the average. The vision of Jobs Pathway is to develop an agency that helps overcome the barriers, supporting candidates into a new life, and helping employers tap into