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Outset Cornwall, Start Your Business Sessions 1-6 - Penzance


Our Business start up day sessions will help prepare you to start your own business and explore your ideas in a relaxed environment. Within our sessions, as well as exploring your idea we think about whether starting a business is right for you. We integrate business skills training, personal development and life management skills. These help to increase your confidence, knowledge and motivation on your business start-up journey. The following sessions will take place at the same venue every week.  The sessions will take place from 09.30am for a 10am start to 1pm, on the following dates. DAY 1: Monday 2 July 2018, 9.30am-1pm Market Research Market Research: A Creative Thinking workshop where you can explore transferable skills, experience, strengths, passions and interests to help generate real business ideas, or build on an existing one. We will also discuss, identify and evaluate the barriers you face, both real and perceived, and explore the many ways of overcoming them.  Start on your Customer Profile and Market Research.  DAY 2:  Monday 9 July 2018, 9.30am-1pm  Would You Give Yourself A Job? Would You Give Yourself A Job: This will help you consider what entrepreneurial qualities that you have and how they relate to your success in business. Review your initial Market Research in relation to your business idea, whilst linking with Time Management, Goal Setting and your Personal Survival Budget. DAY 3: Monday 16 July 2018, 9.30am - 1pm Introduction to Financial Planning  Introduction to Financial Planning: Taking the fear out of business finance! Is the thought of having to do a forecast for your business plan filling you with dread? We show you how to take the guesswork out of creating forecasts and profit & loss accounts with our simple to use tools coupled with practical knowledge that helps you get the most from documents that really can show you more than just your bank balance. DAY 4: Monday 24 July 2018, 9.30am-1pm Costing / Pricing Costing & Pricing Your Product Or Service: How do you work out how much to charge for this? Whether you are selling a product or providing a service this session helps you to decide on a clear structure for your pricing policy using a standard ‘recipe’ to guide you. DAY 5: Monday 30 July 2018, 9.30am-1pm Progress and Presentation In this workshop we take a closer look at the results of your market research and work together to interpret the results before exploring the importance of good presentation skills. Don’t like giving presentations? Let us help you in this workshop with some really practical advice by helping you to plan, prepare and practice your presentation, how to overcome your nerves and involve your audience. You will also receive guidance on completing your business plan. DAY 6: Monday 6 August 2018, 9.30am-1pm Professionalism, Presentation and Image What makes you and your business ‘professional’? This workshop takes you through the importance of image, customer service and business communications when it comes to being ‘professional’. Finally, it will be your time to shine! In this final session you can practice delivering your business idea effectively and present your idea to your group, which provides an opportunity to undertake further valuable market research and receive constructive feedback. The session is ended by an exploration of your aspirations and goals with some practical ideas on how to achieve them If you have a disability or would require assistance in the event of an emergency, please call us on 0800 917 4324 or email on [email protected] to let us know how we could be of assistance.

Venue:
Penzanze Leisure Centre
Saint Clare Street Penzance

When:
Mon, 15 Oct 2018 9.30am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


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Outset Cornwall, Start Your Business Sessions 1-6 - Pool


Our Business start up day sessions will help prepare you to start your own business and explore your ideas in a relaxed environment. Within our sessions, as well as exploring your idea we think about whether starting a business is right for you. We integrate business skills training, personal development and life management skills. These help to increase your confidence, knowledge and motivation on your business start-up journey. The following sessions will take place at the same venue every week.  The sessions will take place from 09.30am for a 10am start to 1pm, on the following dates. DAY 1: Tuesday 3 July 2018, 9.30am-1pm Market Research Market Research: A Creative Thinking workshop where you can explore transferable skills, experience, strengths, passions and interests to help generate real business ideas, or build on an existing one. We will also discuss, identify and evaluate the barriers you face, both real and perceived, and explore the many ways of overcoming them.  Start on your Customer Profile and Market Research.  DAY 2:  Tuesday 10 July 2018, 9.30am-1pm  Would You Give Yourself A Job? Would You Give Yourself A Job: This will help you consider what entrepreneurial qualities that you have and how they relate to your success in business. Review your initial Market Research in relation to your business idea, whilst linking with Time Management, Goal Setting and your Personal Survival Budget. DAY 3: Tuesday 17 July 2018, 9.30am - 1pm Introduction to Financial Planning  Introduction to Financial Planning: Taking the fear out of business finance! Is the thought of having to do a forecast for your business plan filling you with dread? We show you how to take the guesswork out of creating forecasts and profit & loss accounts with our simple to use tools coupled with practical knowledge that helps you get the most from documents that really can show you more than just your bank balance. DAY 4: Tuesday 24 July 2018, 9.30am-1pm Costing / Pricing Costing & Pricing Your Product Or Service: How do you work out how much to charge for this? Whether you are selling a product or providing a service this session helps you to decide on a clear structure for your pricing policy using a standard ‘recipe’ to guide you. DAY 5: Tuesday 31 July 2018, 9.30am-1pm Progress and Presentation In this workshop we take a closer look at the results of your market research and work together to interpret the results before exploring the importance of good presentation skills. Don’t like giving presentations? Let us help you in this workshop with some really practical advice by helping you to plan, prepare and practice your presentation, how to overcome your nerves and involve your audience. You will also receive guidance on completing your business plan. DAY 6: Tuesday 7 August 2018, 9.30am-1pm Professionalism, Presentation and Image What makes you and your business ‘professional’? This workshop takes you through the importance of image, customer service and business communications when it comes to being ‘professional’. Finally, it will be your time to shine! In this final session you can practice delivering your business idea effectively and present your idea to your group, which provides an opportunity to undertake further valuable market research and receive constructive feedback. The session is ended by an exploration of your aspirations and goals with some practical ideas on how to achieve them If you have a disability or would require assistance in the event of an emergency, please call us on 0800 917 4324 or email on [email protected] to let us know how we could be of assistance.

Venue:
Regal Film Centre
6 Fore Street Redruth

When:
Tue, 16 Oct 2018 9.30am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


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All Weather Tots - 2018


Outdoor play session at Highway Farm which is ten minutes from Redruth, Cornwall. Fridays, term time only 10am to 11.30. Suitable for children crawling through to starting school. This is a session where you and your child have lots of outside space to explore in all weathers. There's a creative 'starter' each week but no set 'craft' that you have to replicate. This is about free play and creativity, take the lead from your child :) The kettle will be on when you arrive, feel free to bring children's drinks and snacks.I'm Niki, my background is early years, children with special needs and Forest School, I also have four grown up children of my own. I have a DBS check, I am a Playworker, have a degree in Early Years Education and am an Advanced Forest School Leader and Trainer. I'm passionate about children playing out! Here are some photos of what we've been up to before  THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW Please bring extra layers and waterproofs, the farm has a micro-climate all of its own We run whatever the weather - clue in the title! The only time this may change is if there is a Met Office Weather Warning. In which case please check your email, or Facebook messages before you leave. I will make a decision at least an hour before the session. No need to print your tickets out I have a list We have a fire if it is cold and some shelter, but no indoor space. I will make you a cuppa and we have almond milk not dairy. We have a compost loo Please wait in the car park and I will come down and pick you up at ten Mud is involved - please wear old clothes! Extra adults - sometimes it's nice to bring your partner, visiting granny, help - because may be you're really pregnant and can't chase afer that child - that's great and nine times out of ten is not a problem. Please let me know beforehand so that I bring enough cups. My priority is the children's play environment so if I had a week where everyone wanted to bring Great Auntie Ethel I may say no, this is because a hoard of adults standing in a group around small children playing is not a great play environment, much as I love Great Auntie Ethel ;) So please just check first. (We need a minimum of four families to run a session. We are called All Weather Tots but we do not run when safety is an issue such as gale force winds or heavy snow. Please check your email before leaving in case we cancel - this has only happened twice) Hope to meet you soon :) Quotes from parents 'Perfect, I've arranged my job around it' 'I like being outside, the great environment to explore, the balance of freedom and facilitation. And the beverage!' I am independant of Highway Farm but should you wish to find out more about nursery places, please email the team here - [email protected]

Venue:
Highway Farm
Loscombe Road Four Lanes

When:
Fri, 19 Oct 2018 10.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Safeguarding Adults Level 3: Hub Club, Pool.


We believe in making learning and development accessible, so that the learning is not only informed by practice, but embedded into practice.  All our courses are designed to encourage delegates to reflect on and develop their knowledge and skills, through discussion, the use of case studies, current research, and best practice examples. This programme aims to support the development of competent and confident practice relating to Adult Safeguarding for practitioners and managers of provider services. By the end of the session participants will have had the opportunity to consider: The legislative requirements for Safeguarding Adults as set out in the Care Act 2014. The 6 key strands of safeguarding as they relate to individual practice and organisational arrangements. The assessment of risk and harm Best practice in ensuring that the person’s rights and wishes are at the centre of any safeguarding interventions. The principles of information sharing, confidentiality and consent relating to adults at risk of harm or abuse. Actions that may be taken following a safeguarding referral, including a Section 42 enquiry. Their roles and responsibilities and the roles and the responsibilities of others under Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly Safeguarding Adults arrangements. This programme supports Level 3 knowledge as outlined in the Safeguarding Adults: Roles and competences for health care staff – Intercollegiate document NHS England 2016 (4)  Audience: This session is appropriate for practitioners and managers of services whose responsibilities include taking an active role in safeguarding enquiries. It is also suitable for those who have the lead for Adult Safeguarding within their organisation, or whose responsibilities include producing Adult Safeguarding policies, whether in a statutory, private, or voluntary setting. Please note however, that this is not a course that covers specialist roles within a Section 42 safeguarding enquiry. Pre-requisites: It is expected that participants have a good understanding of the following before attending the workshop: �� Who the safeguarding adult duties apply to (Care Act 2014). �� The core principles of the Mental Capacity Act 2005 and their application in practice. �� How the Human Rights Act 1998 underpins safeguarding work.  If delegates are not confident they have the necessary pre-requisites please feel free to contact FreeBird Associates for information, advice and guidance: [email protected] Payment: Preferred payment is direct through Eventbrite. Whilst we are happy to accept payment via invoice, if you expect a third party to pay the invoice on your behalf (e.g. your organisation), you must have followed your organisational process for accessing training and have their agreement (including where appropriate a Purchase order) before continuing. If you have not secured such an agreement before attending the session, you will remain personally responsible for payment of the invoice. Cancelation policy: whilst the cancelation policy states 30 days this is due to the configuration of Eventbrite, we will actually refund  any cancelation 15 days or more  prior to the event minus any  booking fee (£3.18) .   Any cancelation ( including a request to change dates)  14 days or less before the course will not receive a refund unless it is the organiser who need to cancel. Please note that these courses need to have a minimum of 10 people to be viable to proceed. If numbers are less than this, 15 days prior to the course date the course will be 

Venue:
Hub Club ( Carn Brea Leisure Centre)
Station Road , Pool, Redruth

When:
Wed, 17 Oct 2018 9.15am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Quiet Connections Camborne


Bringing like-minded people together in a comfortable space where it's ok to talk and it's ok to be quiet too. If you're feeling anxious in social situations, or maybe feeling shy or not good enough, this is a calm space for gently connecting with people of all ages who have similar stories, with no pressure to speak up or join in. Simply share space with genuinely understanding people who can be there for you if you need someone to talk to. We'll be providing plenty of arts and crafts materials for you to creatively self-care and express yourself. You're welcome to also bring along your own projects to do, a book to read or join us simply with the intention of chatting to someone with a similar story over a cuppa! We’re a community of understanding and a place for you to gently connect with other people, make friends, take time out for yourself and try new things, all at your own pace. Every Thursday morning at the Donald Thomas Centre, 19 Chapel Street, Camborne, TR14 8EG (next to The Post Office and opposite Barclays Bank).  Rosewarne Car Park (TR14 8BE) is a 4 minute walk away. Please contact Stacie with any questions, or if you'd like to be connected with someone before joining to ease any anxieties about attending. Email: [email protected] Dropping in on the day is fine, and it's helpful for us if you let us know you'll be joining us. When reserving your space, please donate what you can; every donation helps us to continue our much-needed work and support someone to reduce anxiety and isolation, and grow their confidence who would otherwise be unable to access help, and they're as grateful as we are. Thank you x

Venue:
Donald Thomas Centre
Chapel Street Camborne

When:
Thu, 18 Oct 2018 10.30am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Punk Thai: Supper Clubs at The Exchange


Supper Clubs at The Exchange are back for the autumn. Join us for an evening of exceptional Thai cuisine from Punk Thai. Amy Nixon was raised in Thailand and started Punk Thai in 2017, "We draw inspiration from a variety of Asian styles and flavours creating dishes off-the-cuff with a blatant disregard for tradition . Our food is crafted instinctively from experience, not from a rule-book." Punk Thai has been running events across the county and has built up a dedicated following and we are delighted that its first event in Penzance will be with us at The Exchange.  What to expect Enjoy an evening viewing of the current exhibitions (Many & Beautiful Things and Fragment24a) and then sit down to a delicious three-course menu. This is a communal dining experience with long trestle tables, so if you wish to sit with friends please get here early. Spaces are limited to 40 diners with sittings at 6:30, 7:30 and 8:30. As always, we are able to cater for varying dietary requirements, please just let us know in advance. Ticket sales end three days before the event  The Menu  Hors d'Oeuvres Papaya Salad (Som Tam)A staple dish for all Thai ranging from normal spice level (Pet) to extremely spicy (Pet++++++)! Very much the epitome of Asian sweet and sour, made from shredded papaya, green beans,tomatoes, dried shrimp, peanuts and a tangent chili lime dressing Satay GaiThai breast of chicken satay marinated in coconut milk, garlic, ginger, fish sauce and lightbrown sugar, barbequed and served with peanut sauce and a unique ajar dipping Entrée Massaman GaiMassaman Chicken curry is a comfort dish from southern Thailand. Chicken breast is slowcooked and infused with cardamom, cinnamon, cloves, galangal, garlic, lemongrass andserved with a basmati rice Dessert Khao Niew Ma MuangSweet Thai mango with sticky rice served with homemade coconut cream, a pinch of saltand Cornish clotted ice cream. The rice has been naturally coloured  with the extract of Thaibutterfly flowers……..this dish is bursting with flavours! Supper Clubs at The Exchange is a series of events presented by Newlyn Art Gallery & The Exchange with the aim of supporting local caterers through the autumn /winter season. For questions about the event please contact Sian Kennedy 01736 363715 or email [email protected]

Venue:
The Exchange
Princes Street Penzance

When:
Thu, 18 Oct 2018 6.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Content is King! - Social Media & photography skills training workshop


The perfect workshop for students, entrepreneurs and businesses who want to learn effective, easy and free stratigies on social media. We look at facebook, instagram, twitter and pinterest. The workshops will teach you how to create good quality content using basic photography skills on any camera, phone or tablet. We look at composition, lighting and editing your images so they make professional looking content. The workshop will also give you a success plan that you can follow when regularly posting your content across all social media platforms.  You wont believe the difference this will make to your business or hobby.  The session is designed to be fun and creative, with lots of valuable information.  Kelly Thorne will be your workshop coach. Kelly has 6 years expereinec as a professional photorapher and social media stratigist. 

Venue:
Regal Film Centre
6 Fore Street Redruth

When:
Thu, 18 Oct 2018 7.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Autumn Feast


Come and join us on Friday 19th October from 6.30pm in our heated greenhouse and covered area. We will be serving a three course Autumn menu to include seasonal mixed squash soup with toasted chestnut crumb , Cornish beef short ribs sourced by Mr Phillip Warren and a hot pudding. Our sensational beef short ribs will be braised in red wine, beef stock and aromatics and served with mixed wild mushrooms, pancetta lardons, parsley and creamy mashed root vegetables. This is a bring your own plate/bowl, knife, fork, spoon and glass event. So wrap,up warm and booked early to reserve your place . Vegetarian/vegan options available by request. We are fully licensed and would recommend from our red wine selection the following wines to pair with these lovely ribs: La Mascota Argentinian MalbecPapale Primtivo Di ManduriaMeifort South African Red Showcasing the best of what we offer at The Old Market Chacewater, our feast nights are inclusive, convivial events where everyone is welcome.  Bring friends & family and bag a spot at our feast table. Please note your tickets are non-refundable.  

Venue:
The Old Market Chacewater
The Square Chacewater

When:
Fri, 19 Oct 2018 6.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Squashbox Theatre presents Myths and Monsters


Where can you find a creature that is half eagle and half lion? Or one that is half goat, half fish! Or half horse, half human? Or half lion, half goat and half snake? Wait, that’s impossible… or is it? Not in the crazy, mixed-up world of ancient Greek stories, it’s not! (It’s called a Chimera) The myths and legends of ancient Greece have been passed down through the generations, entrancing and fascinating people for thousands of years… Now join Squashbox Theatre as he explores these legends of old, using a quirky and ingenious blend of puppetry, storytelling, live music and comedy. Meet the brave heroes and immortal gods of ancient Greece, such as Theseus, Perseus, Zeus, Apollo and Aphrodite! Encounter some of the mixed-up monsters of legend, such as the Minotaur, the Harpies, the terrifying Gorgons and the not terrifying-at-all-and-rather-silly Sea Goat! Learn about the ways ancient Greece has shaped the modern world, from theatre and philosophy to mathematics and music! Let Squashbox Theatre guide you through this ancient, magical world, using puppets, stories, songs and silliness – all presented in that unique Squashbox style! I have consulted the mysterious Oracle of Delphi and seen the future: and I can guarantee that Squashbox Theatre’s new show will be legendary!

Venue:
Heartlands Cornwall
Dudnance Lane Pool

When:
Sun, 21 Oct 2018 2.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Laser Cutting & Engraving Course - an introduction


This 1 day course will give you an introduction to Laser Cutting and Engraving. We will cover how to use Inkscape to draw your designs, how to process your design for the laser cutter, How to set up and use the laser cutter safely using free open source software. Here is an outline of activities: Morning A brief introduction to laser cutting and engraving; Using Inkscape to design  lasercut 2D and 3D objects in wood, leather, card or acrylic; Afternoon Drawing up your own design; Setting up and operating the Laser Cutter safely. Leave the class confident in your ability to tackle your next Laser Cutting or Engraving project. The course will take place in our well equipped, specialist Digital Training Hub giving you the perfect environment to learn and create in a safe, modern, eco-aware facility. You will use freely available open-source software, and we keep our class sizes small so there is plenty of 1-1 time with the experienced tutor. This course is one of a trio of courses designed to improve access to computer-aided design and manufacturing technology. See our other courses in 3D Printing and CNC Routing. FAQs Are there minimum age requirements to attend this course? The course is open to all skill levels, but participants must be over 18. Do I need to have experience or bring tools to the course? No experience is needed. The course is suitable for complete beginners and students wishing to refresh or gain new skills. All equipment, tools, materials and software are provided for you and included in the price. Is my course ticket transferable? Absolutely. If you sign up for a class which you can't make and wish to give it to a friend or change to an alternative course (subject to availability and within 12 months of the original booking), no problem. Please email us at [email protected] with the name of your friend who will attend in your place or the alternative course date you would like to change to. How do I find the Digital Training Hub? We are located 7 miles from Truro, 3 miles from Redruth town centre between Blackwater and Mount Hawke. Our address is the Digital Training Hub, Conileigh, Skinners Bottom, Redruth, Cornwall TR16 5DY. From Chiverton Cross roundabout go through Blackwater to Smokie Joes Cafe. At the bottom of Smokie Joes car park take the road sign posted to Skinners Bottom. Go up the hill and straight over the cross roads. Continue down the hill for 300M and the workshop is on the right. Note that your SATNAV will only take you nearby. Please follow the above directions. Do you have parking? Yes. We have parking at the Hub for all students, but encourage car-sharing where possible. How can I contact the course organiser with any questions? Feel welcome to email [email protected] with any questions or telephone 01209 890084.

Venue:
Digital Training Hub
Conileigh , Skinners Bottom Redruth

When:
Tue, 23 Oct 2018 10.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am

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