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Business & IP Centre appointment - Barnstaple


Business & Intellectual Property (IP) Centre appointment - Wondering whether to start your own business? Come to us for some advice: This appointment is for anyone considering starting up a business or existing businesses looking for business information and intellectual property advice. The new format introduction to the Business & IP Centre consist of two consecutive 25 minute appointments :- a  25 minute appointment with one of the Barnstaple Library team who will introduce the services available in the centre and signpost you to business support, funding and intellectual property advice. a 25 minute telephone appointment with Stephens Scown Intellectual Property team. We look forward to welcoming you to the centre! Please make sure you are on time for your appointment as appointments cannot overrun.

Venue:
Barnstaple Library
North Devon Library & Record Office , Tuly Street Barnstaple

When:
Tue, 20 Nov 2018 2.15pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Planning A Website - Barnstaple


This How To Plan A Website workshop will teach you what you need on your website and also what the customer is looking out for. We will go over navigation menus, home page layouts, touch on branding and a style guide. You will also learn about the pros & cons of different platforms & builders and what not to do. Kathy Rustell from RST Web Design is plain-speaking, a WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) -  none of this mumbo-jumbo tech-speak. She has run several businesses online and off, including a very successful advertising agency. Her expertise is the result of extensive technical training, coding courses, and SEO hands-on research and experience.

Venue:
Barnstaple Library
12 Tuly Street Barnstaple

When:
Tue, 20 Nov 2018 4.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


AMMONIA FUTURES: Challenges to reducing ammonia emissions facing farmers - Rothamsted Research


Please be advised this event is aimed at farmers and farmer representatives (e.g. NFU, Farm Advisers, tenant farmers etc.) only and is not suitable for those who do not have a knowledge and/or a background in farming. The UK faces challenges in meeting ammonia emissions targets. Defra has published, for consultation, its Clean Air Strategy outlining potential regulatory approaches and incentives for reducing agricultural ammonia emissions. The main sources of ammonia emissions in the UK are livestock manures and slurries (in housing, stores, and through land spreading) and urea fertiliser. Ammonia emissions are damaging to semi-natural ecosystems and also contribute to particulate pollution which is damaging to human health. The Department for Environment Food & Rural Affairs has commissioned Ricardo Energy & Environment to undertake a project to gather information on the barriers and opportunities for ammonia emissions from farming. The aims of the project are: To develop an understanding of the feasibility and likely obstacles to the implementation of proven ammonia mitigation measures. To provide a horizon scan for the implications of adopting potential measures in consideration and consider links and co-benefits/potential trade-offs with other environmental areas (e.g. water quality). To compare effectiveness of a national versus local approach to ammonia mitigation. The government’s Clean Air Strategy (2018) signals intentions to reduce ammonia emissions from farming. The intentions include: Limiting N fertiliser applications, Extending environmental permitting to large dairy farms (currently applied to intensive pig and poultry units), A requirement to spread urea-based fertilisers in conjunction with urease inhibitors, unless applied by injection on appropriate land, Design standards for new livestock housing, Requirements for: incorporation solid manures into soil within 12 hours of spreading; and use of low-emission spreading equipment for slurry. A requirement for all slurry and digestate stores and manure heaps to be covered. Defra wishes to gain views from farmers on the feasibility of farm scale adoption of mitigation measures to reduce ammonia emissions. Ricardo is contracted to Defra to work with stakeholder and farmers through a series of thirteen regional workshops across England. By attending these workshops, stakeholders and farmers will have the possibility of influencing policy options for ammonia abatement and raising awareness of the significance for farmers. The workshops will provide background information relating to ammonia emissions and mitigation actions that can be taken on farms before gathering the views and opinions of participants through facilitated sessions. All views will be fed back to Defra anonymously. Agenda Outline: 10.00                     Arrivals (tea and coffee provided) 10.30                                     Welcome and policy context 10.45                                    Why is ammonia Important 11.15                                     Ammonia reduction on farm 11.45                                     Group Discussion and Q&A 12.15                     Lunch 13.00                                     Facilitated group sessions 14.30                                     Feedback 15.00                     Close

Venue:
North Devon District
Rothamsted Research North Devon District

When:
Thu, 22 Nov 2018 9.30am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Business Visit: Disability Confident - Nov 18


The Chamber is pleased to offer this Business Visit with the Department for Work & Pensions, offering free training on                                                                  Unlocking Potential for Business This free training covers: The impact of the Equality Act How you can use Access to Work to support a Disabled Employee What are Reasonable Adjustments in the workplace  Barriers in work for people with disabilities and health conditions  With 15 - 20% of the population living with a disability, whether they are employees, or clients/customers, being Disability Confident should be a key part of your business.  Come along to find out what support is available. Members and Non Members welcome.

Venue:
Jobcentre Plus
Princess House , Queen Street Barnstaple

When:
Tue, 20 Nov 2018 3.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


How To Create A Plan To Achieve Your Goals


Uncover where you are now, where you want to be and set an achievable plan to bridge the gap to your success.

Venue:
1 The Strand
Barnstaple

When:
Fri, 23 Nov 2018 1.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Chamber Clinic - Nov 2018


The Chamber runs quarterly Clinics, a chance for you to meet and chat on a one to one basis.  Back by popular demand our Clinic this month is with Peter Froud, Specialist in Lead Generation and LinkedIn Marketing.  You can put your questions to him on your LinkedIn profile and how to maximise it for business to business marketing.   The Clinic will be held at the office of Thomas Westcott Chartered Accountants, Boutport Street, Barnstaple.   The way we do business is changing - over 80% of leads generated through social media for B2B marketers come from LinkedIn In our Clinic session, Peter will review your LinkedIn profile with you and give you pointers on how to improve the content to ensure it reflects you and your business.  This will help you create a powerful profile that is targetted specifically for your niche industry, to act like a gentle sales letter to ensure you get connections.  Once connected, you can start to build your new relationship and increase business. In order to maximise the opportunity of this FREE 30 minute consultation at the Chamber Clinic, please be prepared to provide the following information when you book: Your LinkedIn name & profile url How long you have held your profile Who you are targeting on LinkedIn How often do you currently use LinkedIn and what kind of results do you currently get This will enable Peter to preview your account prior to the meeting and make best use of time at the Clinic.  To give Peter time to prepare, bookings will close at 12pm on Monday 19 November 2018. Please select the ticket for the time you wish to attend.   As a courtesy to other attendees, please ensure you arrive at the correct time for your time slot.

Venue:
Queen's Theatre
Boutport Street Barnstaple

When:
Fri, 23 Nov 2018 10.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Library Lion at Barnstaple Library


Don't judge a book by it's cover - And never judge a lion by it's ROAR!Library Lion is an interactive theatre show bursting with music & film. Suitable for 4-7 year olds.This is a show that fuses storytelling, music, and interactive learning to immerse children in the world of the book. Above all it is fun, funny, and full of feline wonder!Adapted by Untied Artists from the award winning book by Michelle Knudsen & published by Candlewick.Everyone knows rules have to be followed, especially in libraries. No running allowed. And you must be quiet. But what would happen if a lion came to your storytime? There aren’t any rules about lions are there? With songs, laughter, lots of joining in, and maybe even a big furry hug. But NO ROARING!£3 per person. Booking fee of 83p applies on eventbrite.

Venue:
Barnstaple Library
12 Tuly Street Barnstaple

When:
Tue, 27 Nov 2018 4.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Enhanced Communication Skills (One day)


The study day aims to facilitate and enhance the personal and professional development of health and care professionals across all care settings engaged in palliative care through developing communication skills. Enabling those working in those settings to feel more confident in having difficult conversations about living well until the point of death, with both the ill person and their carers. Aim:  Develop confidence in opening and maintaining a conversation at end of life which facilitates the person to make their own decisions and plans, whilst knowing how best to respond to unexpected questions. Learning Outcomes: Understanding communication barriers and how to overcome them Enhancing skills of active listening Enabling effective use of questions to open and maintain conversation Increasing awareness of non-verbal communication  Dates for 2018:  Wednesday 14th March Thursday 26th July  Thursday 22nd November Booking terms and conditions can be found on our website, please familiarise yourselves with these before reserving your place on this Study Day. FAQs What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event? There is free parking at the Hospice car park and local on road parking How can I contact the organiser with any questions? Email: [email protected]  Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event? No Is my registration fee or ticket transferrable? You can transfer your ticket to another person or to another event, please see full terms and conditions on our website Is it ok if the name on my ticket or registration doesn't match the person who attends? Yes

Venue:
North Devon Hospice
Deer Park Barnstaple

When:
Thu, 22 Nov 2018 9.30am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Opening the spiritual gateway


North Devon Hospice have trained facilitators from the Cheshire and Merseyside Palliative and End of Life Care Network, qualified to deliver this one day programme for both registered and non-registered staff who deal directly with patients and families. (Please note that this programme is not aimed at chaplaincy and pastoral care staff. The needs of chaplains and pastoral care staff are addressed in the accompanying part of the programme 'Bridging the spiritual gap' specifically designed for those staff and offered by Cheshire and Merseyside Palliative and End of Life Care Network). Being able to explore the spiritual needs of the individual is an essential part of the roles and responsibilities of those working in healthcare in order to meet the holistic needs of those at end of life. Explore the meaning of spirituality and religion Explore the relationship between spirituality and religion for the individual Think about how we recognise spiritual distress Discover a secret simple skills model to confidently embark upon  spiritual conversations with safety Learn how best to respond to unexpected questions about your own beliefs Practise recording spiritual and religious needs conversations succinctly Create appropriate spiritual care plans Be aware of the different religious needs and rituals of different faith traditions Become familiar with the different standards and guidelines of local spiritual care policies and how they are met Create an action plan to take back to your workplace Four sessions of the day: 1.Understanding meaning Meanings of spirituality and religion, relationships of spirituality to religion, recognition of spiritual & religious distress. 2.Communication Opening a conversation about spiritual and religious needs, maintaining it, and helping to make a plan. Handling difficult and personal questions. 3.Recording & reporting Concisely recording of the essence of conversations about spiritual and religious needs whilst maintaining confidentiality, handing over to other team members that which it is essential for them to understand and documenting a plan for care. 4.Pulling it all together Needs of different faith traditions, rituals and rites of passage, spiritual and religious resources, spiritual care policies, standards and guidelines Dates for 2018:  Thursday 20th February  Wednesday 25th July  Thursday 20th November Booking terms and conditions can be found on our website, please familiarise yourselves with these before reserving your place on this Study Day. FAQs What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event? There is free parking at the Hospice car park and local on road parking How can I contact the organiser with any questions? Email: [email protected]  Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event? No Is my registration fee or ticket transferrable? You can transfer your ticket to another person or to another event, please see full terms and conditions on our website Is it ok if the name on my ticket or registration doesn't match the person who attends? Yes

Venue:
North Devon Hospice
Deer Park Barnstaple

When:
Tue, 20 Nov 2018 9.30am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Outreach Training: A Human Rights approach to end of life care


Entry requirements: There are no prerequisites for this course. This course is designed for the non-registered workforce. Time: Registration from 12.45pm. Course runs 1 – 4.30pm Aims: To understand the basic principles of human rights and the Human Rights Act Develop the ability to identify human rights issues in practice Learn how to raise a human rights issue with colleagues Recognise your contribution to delivering personalised care  “How someone dies remains a lasting memory for relatives, friends and care staff involved.” Dame Cecily Saunders Booking terms and conditions can be found on our website, please familiarise yourselves with these before reserving your place on this Outreach Training session. FAQs How can I contact the organiser with any questions? Email: [email protected]  Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event? No Is my registration fee or ticket transferrable? You can transfer your ticket to another person or to another event, please see full terms and conditions on our website Is it ok if the name on my ticket or registration doesn't match the person who attends? Yes

Venue:
North Devon Hospice
Deer Park Barnstaple

When:
Tue, 27 Nov 2018 1.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am

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