What training for Volunteers is scheduled for 2017?

LASSN’s Q&A Board ListCategory: TrainingWhat training for Volunteers is scheduled for 2017?
Jon Beech Staff asked 2 months ago

It’s March. When are you publishing the list of courses/sessions?

3 Answers
Jon Beech Staff answered 2 months ago

Thanks for bearing with us. There will be some additional courses posted later this year, but here’s the list as it stands.
Please book early to avoid disappointment.

Working Safely – Led by Jon 

For volunteers who work alone with clients

This session will look at different ways of ensuring your safety, as well as the safety of the person you help. The session will suit people who often work alone, or in other people’s houses. It will be fun, interactive, and leave you feeling more confident about your volunteering.
Date: Tuesday 28th March 2017
Time: 12:30 – 15:00
Location: Ebor Court, Great Room
Click here to book on the working safely course

Communicating without English – Led by Jo 
For volunteers who want to feel more confident working with people whose English is limited.
This session will look at ways of communicating with people who do not have English as first language or where communication is challenging.
This session will suit people who are looking for new ways to communicate, as well as learning some top tips about the use of hand gestures, humour, pen and paper and mobile phones.
Date: Tuesday 6th June 2017
Time: 12:30 – 15:00
Location: Ebor Court, Great Room
Click here to book on the communicating without English course

Working in a person centred way  – Led by Iona
For volunteers who want their support to be more empowering.
This session will help you look at the way you support the person you help, and ways to ensure your support is empowering. This session will look at person-centred ways of working, and community development approaches to provide a framework for understanding what good empowering support looks like.
It will suit people who find themselves doing a lot for the person they support, and who are worried about creating an unhelpful dependency.
Date: Tuesday 5th September 2017
Time: 12:30 – 15:00
Location: Ebor Court, Great Room
Click here to book on the working in a person centred way course

The Transition from Asylum Seeker to Refugee – Led by Jon 
For volunteers who support people during the period between being granted leave to remain, and leaving NASS accommodation (and beyond)
This session will explore the process of transition from being an Asylum Seeker to becoming a refugee. It will help you understand what needs to happen, when, and how to enable the person you support to take charge of the process from asylum support to independence.
It will suit people who want to better understand the transition process, the tasks to be completed, and the best help they can be to someone who’s been given 28 days to leave their NASS accommodation.
Date: 5th December
Time: 12:30 – 15:00
Location: Ebor Court, Great Room
Click here to book on the Transition from Asylum Seekeer to Refugee course

Jon Beech Staff answered 2 months ago

 
Thanks for bearing with us. There will be some additional courses posted later this year, but here’s the list as it stands.
Please book early to avoid disappointment.
 
Working Safely – Led by Jon 

For volunteers who work alone with clients

This session will look at different ways of ensuring your safety, as well as the safety of the person you help. The session will suit people who often work alone, or in other people’s houses. It will be fun, interactive, and leave you feeling more confident about your volunteering.
Date: Tuesday 28th March 2017
Time: 12:30 – 15:00
Location: Ebor Court, Great Room
Click here to book on the working safely course

Communicating without English – Led by Jo 
For volunteers who want to feel more confident working with people whose English is limited.
This session will look at ways of communicating with people who do not have English as first language or where communication is challenging.
This session will suit people who are looking for new ways to communicate, as well as learning some top tips about the use of hand gestures, humour, pen and paper and mobile phones.
Date: Tuesday 5th June 2017
Time: 12:30 – 15:00
Location: Ebor Court, Great Room
Click here to book on the communicating without English course

Working in a person centred way  – Led by Iona
For volunteers who want their support to be more empowering.
This session will help you look at the way you support the person you help, and ways to ensure your support is empowering. This session will look at person-centred ways of working, and community development approaches to provide a framework for understanding what good empowering support looks like.
It will suit people who find themselves doing a lot for the person they support, and who are worried about creating an unhelpful dependency.
Date: Tuesday 5th September 2017
Time: 12:30 – 15:00
Location: Ebor Court, Great Room
Click here to book on the working in a person centred way course

The Transition from Asylum Seeker to Refugee – Led by Jon 
For volunteers who support people during the period between being granted leave to remain, and leaving NASS accommodation (and beyond)
This session will explore the process of transition from being an Asylum Seeker to becoming a refugee. It will help you understand what needs to happen, when, and how to enable the person you support to take charge of the process from asylum support to independence.
It will suit people who want to better understand the transition process, the tasks to be completed, and the best help they can be to someone who’s been given 28 days to leave their NASS accommodation.
Date: 5th December
Time: 12:30 – 15:00
Location: Ebor Court, Great Room
Click here to book on the Transition from Asylum Seekeer to Refugee course

Jon Beech Staff answered 2 months ago

 
Thanks for bearing with us. There will be some additional courses posted later this year, but here’s the list as it stands.
Please book early to avoid disappointment.
 
Working Safely – Led by Jon 

For volunteers who work alone with clients

This session will look at different ways of ensuring your safety, as well as the safety of the person you help. The session will suit people who often work alone, or in other people’s houses. It will be fun, interactive, and leave you feeling more confident about your volunteering.
Date: Tuesday 28th March 2017
Time: 12:30 – 15:00
Location: Ebor Court, Great Room
Click here to book on the working safely course

Communicating without English – Led by Jo 
For volunteers who want to feel more confident working with people whose English is limited.
This session will look at ways of communicating with people who do not have English as first language or where communication is challenging.
This session will suit people who are looking for new ways to communicate, as well as learning some top tips about the use of hand gestures, humour, pen and paper and mobile phones.
Date: Tuesday 5th June 2017
Time: 12:30 – 15:00
Location: Ebor Court, Great Room
Click here to book on the communicating without English course

Working in a person centred way  – Led by Iona
For volunteers who want their support to be more empowering.
This session will help you look at the way you support the person you help, and ways to ensure your support is empowering. This session will look at person-centred ways of working, and community development approaches to provide a framework for understanding what good empowering support looks like.
It will suit people who find themselves doing a lot for the person they support, and who are worried about creating an unhelpful dependency.
Date: Tuesday 5th September 2017
Time: 12:30 – 15:00
Location: Ebor Court, Great Room
Click here to book on the working in a person centred way course

The Transition from Asylum Seeker to Refugee – Led by Jon 
For volunteers who support people during the period between being granted leave to remain, and leaving NASS accommodation (and beyond)
This session will explore the process of transition from being an Asylum Seeker to becoming a refugee. It will help you understand what needs to happen, when, and how to enable the person you support to take charge of the process from asylum support to independence.
It will suit people who want to better understand the transition process, the tasks to be completed, and the best help they can be to someone who’s been given 28 days to leave their NASS accommodation.
Date: 5th December
Time: 12:30 – 15:00
Location: Ebor Court, Great Room
Click here to book on the Transition from Asylum Seekeer to Refugee course

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