Age Connects Torfaen Vacancy

9th June 2015 Simon Harris 0

Age Connects Torfaen currently has a vacancy: Post: Floating Support Worker Purpose: To act as a key worker providing practical, social and emotional support, advice, information and advocacy towards the goal of achieving greater independence and enhance the quality of everyday lives in an individual’s own home and the community. Salary: £17,721 on satisfactory completion of 6 month probation Term: 12 month fixed term contract Hours per week: 37 Area: Torfaen Office Base: Abersychan Welsh Desirable: No Closing Date: 4pm, Wednesday 17th June, 2015 Interview Date: To be confirmed Additional Information: Open to male and female candidates A Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check will be requested for this post Education: A relevant degree or other qualification (minimum level 3 QCF Health & Social Care) […]

TVA Members and Third Sector Wide Developing Third Sector Advisory Board

29th May 2015 Simon Harris 0

Within the Third Sector across Torfaen and wider area we have all become aware of the increasing pressures to sustain organisations and the services they provide. As the umbrella organisation Torfaen Voluntary Alliance has been endeavouring to bring together the larger employing Third Sector Organisations in order that we, and they, together, can support the smaller organisations to continue with the invaluable services they offer in line with the preventative Welsh Government Agenda. The Third Sector Advisory Board is still in early stage development but has agreed terms of reference and these are on the link below: Although it would be ideal if the entire sector could attend these meetings, it would be a practical impossibility due to our own large membership and the size […]

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Carers Trust Wales – Summer Gathering

28th May 2015 Simon Harris 0

Carers Trust Wales will this summer be hosting the biggest gathering of carers aged 16-25 ever in Wales. Young adult carers are young people who care, unpaid, for a friend or family member who could not cope without their support. We’re very fortunate to be able to host a two-day residential for young adult carers for free on 23/24 June at Trinity St. David, Carmarthen. It will offer young adult carers a unique opportunity for an always important break from caring, as well as the chance to meet other young adult carers and experience university life first-hand. Student support services and Student Finance Wales will also be on hand to talk to young adult carers about the support available to them when they go to […]

ACTivate your Life

21st May 2015 Simon Harris 0

ACTivate your Life Thursday evening – 5:15pm-7:15pm – commencing 4th June for 4 weeks Venue: The Power Station Cwmbran Torfaen Primary Care Mental Health Support Service will be delivering the first of a programme of 4 classes called “ACTivate your Life”. The classes will teach attendees How your mind works How your reactions may be making problems worse How to make wise choices How to do what matters to you How to face up to life The classes are free and are open to ANYONE in the community who wishes to attend – no assessment, no registration and no waiting list – just turn up, listen and learn. ACTivate your Life worksheets will be supplied in order to build your own ACT toolkit.

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Police and Crime Commissioner – Voluntary Sector Development Officer

20th May 2015 Simon Harris 0

Police and Crime Commissioner – Voluntary Sector Development Officer MEET the new Voluntary Sector Development Officer for the Police and Crime Commissioners, Gwent. This is a brand new role and is brought about by collaboration between Torfaen Voluntary Alliance (TVA), the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner (OPCC) and GAVO (Gwent Association of Voluntary Organisations). Janine Reed, will work with Gwent’s Police and Crime Commissioner’s team to develop Third Sector organisations throughout Gwent, to allow the OPCC to commission services to meet the priorities of the Police and Crime Commission Plan. To deliver the best quality services. Prevent and reduce crime. To take more effective action to tackle Anti-Social Behaviour. Protect people from serious harm. To make the best use of resources and providing […]