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Spring 2014 Newsletter Now Uploaded!

08/04/2014
The Spring 2014 edition of the VIAS newsletter is now available to download or read on-line.
 
In the Spring issue articles include:-
 

Vacancy at Advocating Together

01/04/2014

VOLUNTEER CO-ORDINATOR

Salary:  AP3 (23-26) £20931 - £22968

 

Advocating Together (Dundee) need a Volunteer Co-ordinator. The primary purpose of this role is to be responsible for the planning and development of our volunteer programme and support our Capacity Building service delivery within Advocating Together (Dundee) and undertake any essential duties of the Manager in her absence.

Young Scotland's Got Talent Ayrshire

31/03/2014 09:30
31/03/2014 14:30

Young Scotland’s Got Talent Ayrshire

Monday 31st March 2014 at The Grand Hall, Kilmarnock

9.30am – 2.30pm

Young Scotland's Got Talent Inverclyde NOW FULLY BOOKED

27/03/2014 09:30
27/03/2014 14:30

Young Scotland’s Got Talent Inverclyde

Thursday 27th March 2014 at R.E.A.C.H for Autism, Greenock

9.30am – 2.30pm

  NOW FULLY BOOKED

Directing Your Own Support for Employment Stirling

05/03/2014 09:15
05/03/2014 15:30

WITH Dr. SIMON DUFFY

5th MARCH 2014

Due to the popularity of the ‘Directing Your Own Support For Employment’ event which we ran in Glasgow on 4th November 2013 and the demand for places, we were unable to offer everyone who was interested in attending a place.  Therefore, we have decided to run it again in Stirling.  The event will take place on Wednesday, 5th March 2014 at the following address:

Access to Work Information

14/01/2014 18:00
14/01/2014 20:30

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URGENT MESSAGE ON TRAINING TODAY 5 DEC

05/12/2013

For all those booked onto our training today at Hillington Innovation Centre, we have decided to cancel the course. The adverse weather conditions will make it unsafe to travel. We will contact you all individually and set a new date for training. Stay safe!!

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My Life, My Way - Do you know someone who would benefit from our training?

20/11/2013
We are in the process of doing our work plan for My Life, My Way 2014/15.
 
We are considering widening the geographical areas where we offer training.
 
Training is delivered co-productively to inclusive groups of people who direct their support, families, paid staff, employers and other supporters.
 
Courses delivered are:-
  • Outcome Based Support Planning 
  • Employment Planning 
  • Talking to Employers
  • Systematic Support (organising information)
  • Systematic Support


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