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Learning Bites Webinars
We have developed several online webinars covering topics from our face to face training courses.
These webinars will be live sessions delivered by one of Volunteer Scotland practice team. They are for practitioners to come together to learn about good practice and share practice. These sessions will last two hours and will be delivered online through zoom.
Involving & matching volunteers to roles/Tasks
Planning for volunteering
Volunteers Mental Wellbeing
Developing volunteer Roles
Developing a Volunteer Culture
Action & Learning Group
Developing a Volunteer Strategy
Free Acas webinar: Small scale redundancies (Two dates available)
This webinar for employers looks at the main elements of a small scale redundancy process, the related laws and good practice. It covers:
- The impact of coronavirus (COVID-19) on the job market
- Alternatives to redundancy
- Legal obligations, risks and potential pitfalls
- Communicating and consulting with employees
Two sessions available – book your place here:
Tuesday November 10 10:30 – 11:30
Thursday November 12 14:00 – 15:00
to book go to https://www.acas.org.uk/webinars
Lybster Harbour Society AGM will be held as a virtual meeting using Zoom on 28th November 2020, at 7.00pm. Caithness Voluntary Group shall be available to assist anyone with the set up of Zoom The link for the meeting can be obtained by e-mailing email@example.com
The North Highland Initiative’s Community Support Fund is still open. the programme has been set up to provide grants of up to £1,000 for small initiatives in the education, conservation, and community service and support sectors in Caithness, Sutherland and Ross & Cromarty. Given the current crisis, and for the forseeable future, applicants for the Community Support Programme must be able to demonstrate that their project has been established as a direct result of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Priority will be given to those initiatives where Government support packages are unable to help, and those ineligible for emergency grants. The maximum grant is £1,000. To find out more go to http://www.northhighlandinitiative.co.uk/community-support-covid19