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2019 PENRITH 1 Working with ACEs - OCN Credit 4 Learning CPD Accredited Training Day


OCN Credit 4 Learning CPD accredited 'Working with ACEs' Training Day Saturday 26 January 2019 8:55 am - 4:15 pm At: Eden Mencap Training Room - Ullswater House - Duke Street, Penrith This will be a one-day accredited training course. LIMITED TO 10 DELEGATES ONLY A CPD certificate (OCN Credit4Learning) £120 Certificate valid 3 years. EXCITING NEWS - we are now able to offer accredited 'Working with ACEs' training on an easy payment plan. This is for the 3-year OCN Credit 4 Learning CPD Certificate. £50 deposit followed by up 4 monthly payments of £17.50. (You can pay more if you wish) The certification is issued upon receipt of full payment. Contact us for full details here: [email protected] This accredited 1-day course is designed for delegates who are working with children, young people, or adults in education, care, or custody settings, as well as parents, survivors, and practitioners with an interest in adverse childhood experiences. The training is provided by: College of Life in association totaltrain.co.uk WORKING WITH ACEs The training will enable you to: Identify the ACEs (Adverse Childhood Experiences) used in the CDC-Kaiser ACEs Study Identify how ACEs affect long-term health Identify what can be done to prevent ACEs Identify who should be screening for ACEs and how to support recovery from ACEs, and how to build resilience Identify the basics of Neuroplasticity   The fee covers Room Hire, Certification Provision & Registration, Certificate Valid 3 Years, Fair Trade morning coffee/tea on arrival and a copy of the book: ACEs in the shadows - Understanding Adverse Childhood Experiences. PLEASE BRING A PACKED LUNCH WITH YOU AS THIS IS NOT INCLUDED. Please bring cold drinks with you for the rest of the day. REFUNDS NOT AVAILABLE UNLESS EVENT IS CANCELLED We are happy to transfer your paid fee to an alternative delegate if you are unable to attend. Consesssions for multiple bookings may be available upon request. IN-HOUSE TRAINING AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST

Venue:
Eden Mencap Training Room
Ullswater House , Duke St Penrith

When:
Sat, 26 Jan 2019 8.55am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Open Awards Standardisation 2018/19 - Penrith


A programme  of standardisation events will be held throughout the 2018/19 academic year at various locations across the country, including: Liverpool, Birmingham, London, Doncaster, Penrith and Portsmouth. (See Open Awards website for details). The aims of a standardisation event are: To assist centres to improve their practice through peer review and feedback To enable Open Awards to gain an overview of practice in centres, and identify areas for improvement To contribute to the continuing professional development of Authorised Internal Verifiers This year there will be a combination of whole day events (10.00am to 3.00pm, with lunch provided) and half days (9.30am to 12.30pm, without lunch).  Both will include the usual opportunity to share your learner work with other centres, but the whole day events will also include a workshop on Assignment design.  As part of this activity, we would like to invite you to bring along a Unit you would like some support with in thinking about assessment activities, to share in a workshop session.  This is not a requirement, but an opportunity for you to get some helpful feedback.  (If you do not have learner work to share, or do not wish to bring a Unit, you will still be able to benefit from attending the session.) The Standardisation event is  appropriate for anyone involved in the delivery, marking, assessment or internal verification of Open Awards qualifications, who is able to bring samples of assessed work from their centre.  The event is strongly recommended for centres which do not currently have AIV status but would like to be considered for this in future.  PLEASE NOTE: It is mandatory for centres with Direct Claims Status to have at least one  AIV attend a standardisation event during the academic year.  If not, AIV status will be suspended, and will need to be re-applied for. Centres may be charged for late cancelation (less than 2 working days before event) or non-attendance.

Venue:
Penrith Methodist Church
Wordsworth Street Penrith

When:
Wed, 3 Apr 2019 10.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


2019 PENRITH 3 Working with ACEs - OCN Credit 4 Learning CPD Accredited Training Day


OCN Credit 4 Learning CPD accredited 'Working with ACEs' Training Day Saturday 30 March 2019 8:55 am - 4:15 pm At: Eden Mencap Training Room - Ullswater House - Duke Street, Penrith This will be a one-day accredited training course. LIMITED TO 10 DELEGATES ONLY We offer 3 options: A CPD certificate (OCN Credit4Learning) £120 Certificate valid 3 years. A Certificate of attendance (TotalTrain) £100 A Certificate of attendance (Unemployed or Student) (TotalTrain) £80 This accredited 1-day course is designed for delegates who are working with children, young people, or adults in education, care, or custody settings, as well as parents, survivors, and practitioners with an interest in adverse childhood experiences. The training is provided by: College of Life in association totaltrain.co.uk WORKING WITH ACEs The training will enable you to: Identify the ACEs (Adverse Childhood Experiences) used in the CDC-Kaiser ACEs Study Identify how ACEs affect long-term health Identify what can be done to prevent ACEs Identify how to screen for ACEs and support recovery from ACEs, and how to build resilience  Identify the basics of Neuroplasticity   The fee covers Room Hire, Certification Provision & Registration, Certificate Valid 3 Years, Fair Trade morning coffee/tea on arrival and a copy of the book: ACEs in the shadows - Understanding Adverse Childhood Experiences. PLEASE BRING A PACKED LUNCH WITH YOU AS THIS IS NOT INCLUDED. Please bring cold drinks with you for the rest of the day. REFUNDS NOT AVAILABLE UNLESS EVENT IS CANCELLED We are happy to transfer your paid fee to an alternative delegate if you are unable to attend. Consesssions for multiple bookings may be available upon request. IN-HOUSE TRAINING AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST

Venue:
Eden Mencap Training Room
Ullswater House , Duke St Penrith

When:
Sat, 30 Mar 2019 8.55am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


2019 PENRITH 2 Working with ACEs - OCN Credit 4 Learning CPD Accredited Training Day


OCN Credit 4 Learning CPD accredited 'Working with ACEs' Training Day Wednesday 27 February 2019 8:55 am - 4:15 pm At: Eden Mencap Training Room - Ullswater House - Duke Street, Penrith This will be a one-day accredited training course. LIMITED TO 10 DELEGATES ONLY We offer 3 options: A CPD certificate (OCN Credit4Learning) £120 Certificate valid 3 years. A Certificate of attendance (TotalTrain) £100 A Certificate of attendance (Unemployed or Student) (TotalTrain) £80 This accredited 1-day course is designed for delegates who are working with children, young people, or adults in education, care, or custody settings, as well as parents, survivors, and practitioners with an interest in adverse childhood experiences. The training is provided by: College of Life in association totaltrain.co.uk WORKING WITH ACEs The training will enable you to: Identify the ACEs (Adverse Childhood Experiences) used in the CDC-Kaiser ACEs Study Identify how ACEs affect long-term health Identify what can be done to prevent ACEs Identify how to screen for ACEs and support recovery from ACEs, and how to build resilience  Identify the basics of Neuroplasticity   The fee covers Room Hire, Certification Provision & Registration, Certificate Valid 3 Years, Fair Trade morning coffee/tea on arrival and a copy of the book: ACEs in the shadows - Understanding Adverse Childhood Experiences. PLEASE BRING A PACKED LUNCH WITH YOU AS THIS IS NOT INCLUDED. Please bring cold drinks with you for the rest of the day. REFUNDS NOT AVAILABLE UNLESS EVENT IS CANCELLED We are happy to transfer your paid fee to an alternative delegate if you are unable to attend. Consesssions for multiple bookings may be available upon request. IN-HOUSE TRAINING AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST

Venue:
Eden Mencap Training Room
Ullswater House , Duke St Penrith

When:
Wed, 27 Feb 2019 8.55am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Accelerate HR - FREE HR Forum


FREE - Acclerate HR forum  This HR forum will give you an opportunity to network with other HR professionals and discuss issues that are important to you. Special Guests will be Helen Dawson, HR Manager, Burnetts Solicitiors and Adrian Tarrant, HR Director, BSW Timber, who will share their successes and challenges within their sectors. You will then have an opportunity to discuss the issues that are important to you and we can support each other with insight and ideas. Tea, coffee and a light buffet will be provided for this event Professional photography and video production will be taking place at the event, and these images may be used on future promotional materials for CIPD. Please note that by attending the event, you are giving your permission for your image to be used on any CIPD promotional materials.

Venue:
Penrith Conference Centre
Winter Park Penrith

When:
Fri, 28 Jun 2019 10.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


North West England Local Members’ Gathering


Join the next North West England Local Members' Group gathering to hear updates about the John Muir Trust’s work, meet fellow members and take part in some practical conservation work. We'll hear from Pete Barron (Glenridding Common Land Manager), Peter Pearson (Chair of the John Muir Trust) and Kevin Lelland (Head of Development and Communications). Cost: FREE! (attendees cover the costs of their own pub dinner) Contact: Dominick Spracklen on [email protected] Provisional programme (subject to change): Saturday 23rd February 13.00-17.00         talks (exact programme will be released in due course) 18.00 onwards     pub dinner (exact location in Glenridding TBC) Sunday 24th February 10.00-16.00          practical conservation work on land managed by the Trust / group walk Photo credit: Pete Barron

Venue:
Glenridding Village Hall
Glenridding

When:
Sat, 23 Feb 2019 1.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


ANNUAL EMPLOYMENT LAW UPDATE


This event is sponsored by Burnett Solicitors, Nigel Crebbin and the HR and Employment Law team are hosting this popular event. At this Employment Law update we will have a special guest speaker from the judicial service more details to follow.  As usual there will be an update on the latest employment legislation and latest case law and how we, as HR and business leaders, can adapt our working practices to the changes.  As always, our employment law update provides the opportunity to refresh your own employment law knowledge and skills and provides an important contribution to your continued professional development. A key part of the day is working alongside and networking with other like-minded HR professionals and business leaders, which can be a valuable asset for problem solving, mentoring and career development. Who Should Attend? HR Directors HR Managers HR Assistants Operation and production management who engage with people management issues Anyone with people responsibility across an organisation We look forward to welcoming you to our event and as a thank you for your continued support. The following early bird rates will apply until April 2019, book early to take advantage of the early bird rate. Member: £35 early rate £25 Non-Member: £45 early bird £35 Students: £25 early rate £15  If you have any queries regarding this event please get in touch vis email [email protected] Professional photography and video production will be taking place at the event, and these images may be used on future promotional materials for CIPD. Please note that by attending the event, you are giving your consent for your image to be used on any CIPD promotional materials.

Venue:
Penrith Conference Centre
Winters Park Penrith

When:
Thu, 16 May 2019 9.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Cumbrian Business Show 2019


Get full event information at www.cumbrianbusinessshow.co.uk Why should you attend the Cumbrian Business Show 2019? 2019 sees the creation of this brand new event to serve the region with a great event in keeping with our other shows across the North West. The event gets under way on Thursday 7th March 2019. It’s completely free to attend this amazing one day event and your free ticket gains you admission to both the main budget show and all of the seminars and workshop sessions at the event. You’ll find businesses from every corner of the business world from across the North West and beyond and they’re all happy to give hints, tips and advice, as well as help you find a solution to any business issues you may be facing. If you’ve not attended the event before we strongly suggest you book a free ticket, select some of our amazing array of seminars to attend and come along. We expect to welcome over 250 delegates during the day. You can exhibit for as little as £125 plus vat and fill up your notepads with leads, contacts and opportunities. We’re a Google Digital Garage partner meaning that at the event you can attend free official Google seminars and workshops to help build your knowledge and expertise and get your business noticed online.We can’t wait to welcome you to the event and if you have any unanswered questions after browsing this website, just get in touch. Check out some of our other events across the North West and beyond also.

Venue:
Rural Enterprise Centre
A66 Redhills

When:
Thu, 7 Mar 2019 10.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Penrith - School Marketing and Advertising in a Digital World


On this half-day course we will look at best practice in conventional school marketing and introduce key digital marketing techniques. Event participants will learn how to market their school more effectively, recruit more pupils and develop school marketing materials that work in a digital environment. The event is aimed at non-specialists and is delivered in plain English. We’ll focus on practical low-cost steps you can take to improve the visibility of your school. 9 things you'll learn on this School Marketing and Advertising course... 1. Effective school website design;2. Digital “flipping book” prospectuses;3. Printed prospectuses and leaflets/flyers;4. Google Analytics;5. Search Engine Optimisation;6. Pay Per Click Advertising;7. Effective Display Adverts and Banners;8. Ad Targeting on Social Media;9. Other digital and non-digital marketing materials. Previous delegates have included senior leaders and governors, school business managers and bursars, marketing staff and website managers – and admin/support staff. Key learning points will be illustrated with examples of best practice from UK schools. If you want to use the latest marketing techniques to put more "bums on seats" this is the course for you. You will leave the event with a workbook, hand-outs and a list of tips and suggestions to get you started. A sandwich buffet will be provided, as well as tea and coffee. FAQs How do we book a place? We use Eventbrite to manage all of our event bookings. To book a ticket, just click the "ORDER NOW" button in the "Ticket Information" options. If you want us to send you an invoice (rather than pay by Credit Card), go to Payment Options and scroll down to select "Pay by Invoice". If you have any problems trying to book your place with Eventbrite please feel free to give us a call on 01722 744033, or e-mail Carol Poulton at [email protected]  Can you send my school an invoice for the delegate fees? Yes. If you want us to send you an invoice select "Pay by Invoice" in the Payment Options. If you have any problems please feel free to give us a call on 01722 744033,or e-mail Carol Poulton at [email protected] Where will the event be held? We tend to use big brand hotels (like Holiday Inn, Ramada, or Best Western) or purpose-built conference venues. You will receive detailed joining details (including the address and postcode of the venue) 10 to 14 days in advance of the event. We are always looking for good training venues. If your school/college has its own conference room or training facilities (or you can recommend a good training venue in the area), please feel free to give us a call on 01722 744033, or e-mail Carol Poulton at [email protected] Who is the course for? Previous delegates have included senior leaders and governors, school business managers and bursars, marketing staff and website managers – and admin/support staff. The course is for anyone who wants to use conventional or digital marketing techniques to increase the visibility of their school:- Headteachers; Sixth Form Heads; Deputy Heads; Assistant Heads; Middle Leaders; Teachers; Teaching Assistants; Bursars; School Business Managers; Members of the SMT/SLT; ICT Managers; Communications Officers; Marketing or PR Officers, and; Governors. The course is designed for non-specialists and is delivered in plain English - not jargon. What sort of schools should come along? State and Independent Schools, including: nurseries, Sure Start centres, children’s centres, infant schools, primary schools, junior schools, middle schools, secondary schools, academies, free schools, grammar schools, special schools, UTCs, colleges and sixth forms. What are my transport/parking options getting to the event? We tend to use well-known conference venues with good parking provision close to major road networks. You will receive transport and parking information with your joining information10 to 14 days in advance of the event. Do I need to bring anything to the event? You will receive a training pack, with hand-outs, writing paper and a pen when arrive. You will not need to bring a mobile device or laptop with you. Where can I contact the organiser with any questions? If you have any practical questions relating to your booking, or the course, you can call the Course Co-ordinator, Carol Poulton, on 01722 744033, or e-mail her at [email protected] How can I speak to the trainer about the content of the course? If you would like to speak to the Course Trainer to discuss the course content or your own school marketing requirements, please call him on: 01722 744033 - or e-mail him at [email protected] Is my registration/ticket transferrable? Yes. If you can't get to the event you can transfer your booking to a colleague or friend. Just let us know if they have any special dietary or accessibility requirements. You can also transfer to the same course at another venue (if space is available). Please let us have any changes to your booking no less than 7 working days before the event. Sadly we cannot refund fees for delegates who cancel with less than 7 days notice. Just call the Course Co-ordinator, Carol Poulton, on 01722 744033, or e-mail her at [email protected] Can I update my registration information? Yes. Please let us have any updates to your registration information no less than 7 working days before the event. Just call the Course Co-ordinator, Carol Poulton, on 01722 744033, or e-mail her at [email protected] Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event? No you don't have to, but we strongly advise course participants to bring the ticket with them, and any other written information they have received about the course. What is the refund policy? If you can't get to the event you can transfer your booking to a colleague or friend. Just let us know if they have any special dietary or accessibility requirements. You can also transfer to the same course at another venue (if space is available). If these two options are not possible, we can issue a full refund provided that we receive your cancellation by e-mail no less than 7 working days before the event. Sadly we cannot refund fees for delegates who cancel with less than 7 days notice. The name on the registration/ticket doesn't match the attendee. Is that okay? Yes. If you can't get to the event you can transfer your booking to a colleague or friend. Just let us know if they have any special dietary or accessibility requirements. Please let us have any changes to your booking no less than 7 working days before the event.  

Venue:
Penrith
Great Dockray Penrith

When:
Tue, 9 Jul 2019 12.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


One-day Hawk and Owl Photography Workshop


Join award-winning pro wildlife photographers Ann & Steve Toon for a fun day photographing some of Britain's most charismatic birds of prey, up close and in-flight, in the beautiful and dramatic scenery of Cumbria's Eden Valley. We’ll be working with master falconer Richard Cooper of Silverband falconry, winner of a Cumbrian Tourism Board award for excellence, and exploiting the season’s best of the region’s sweeping scenery as a backdrop for our bird photography. Whether you’re a seasoned shooter or a relative beginner, you’ll gets lots of practical help from Ann and Steve on this friendly, informative and informal photography day (they’ve been running these popular workshops for more than 10 years) and there’ll be plenty of opportunities for some great shots. We’ll be photographing native species from the Silverband collection such as Tawny Owl, Barn Owl, Little Owl, Long-eared Owl, Buzzard, Peregrine Falcon and more. Lunch and refreshments are included in the £120 price. Silverband falconry is set among tranquil and unspoilt farmland, at the foot of the North Pennines, only 15 minutes drive from the M6 (Penrith exit). In addition to the dramatic upland fells there’s a wealth of meadows, hay fields, dry stone walls, hedgerows and farm buildings at hand, offering us a wonderful range of beautiful natural settings to choose from on the day. More info at www.toonphoto.com/workshopraptor.html. Please note: Spaces limited to 8 photographers and a maximum of two non-photographing companions (companion spaces are priced at £20 and allocated on a first come first serve basis). Please note: Eventbrite automatically sends a booking acknowledgement to attendees, as well as the person booking. If you are making a booking as a surprise present for someone, do not fill in their email address: rather put your own email address. We will contact you ourselves to obtain the attendee's email address, to avoid spoiling any surprise.  ‘I’ve been on a number of workshops over the years and must say that yours was, in my opinion, head and shoulders above the others.’  ‘You really care that your clients get the greatest benefit from the day and your knowledge and professionalism shines through.' 

Venue:
Silverband Falconry
Kirkby Thore , Vale of Eden Penrith

When:
Fri, 19 Jul 2019 9.30am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am

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