This is a great opportunity to join a Pen Pal project and make a connection with a University of Nottingham student. Learn more about the university experience and where it could lead in the future.
For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org
National Safeguarding Week is an annual event held in November with the aim of the week to raise awareness about safeguarding. If you are looking for Safeguarding Training, the Carers Federation can help you with our on-line Safeguarding training courses:-
Safeguarding Competency training courses – This course is designed for front line Information, Advice and Support staff and Volunteers who work with vulnerable adults and is based on The National Competence Framework.
Adult Safeguarding in Residential Homes – We offer this course as a context-specific version of our Adult Safeguarding course. The content is aimed at front line staff and volunteers working in residential establishments, such as care and nursing homes with adults at risk, who do not have managerial or team leader responsibilities. It also follows the National Competence Framework for Safeguarding Adults.
To find out more or to book a place please take a look at the Training page
For the next week, Local Giving are match funding any donations given to Action for Young Carers.
All donations will go to support our Young Carers in Nottingham.
A week aimed at reducing stigma and promoting a greater understanding of Mental Health.
Please see www.mhaw.org.uk for full details of what they have planned.
With lockdown restrictions ongoing, many in our communities are struggling to get basic supplies. That’s why Action for Young Carers team spent a busy afternoon delivering 45 hot, freshly prepared meals to some of the Young Carers and Nottingham Works Families we are supporting.
But we couldn’t have done it without our excellent community partners. Big shout out to Sewa Day (twitter: @sewaday) for providing the ingredients and thanks to Larwood and Voce (twitter: @LarwoodVocePK) for cooking it all up for us. We would also like to thank Hetvi (twitter: @hetvi_sw) for coordinating our efforts.
Social distancing measures were strictly adhered to.
AYC Spring Term Network Meeting Thursday 21st March 2019 10am-12pm
A great start to the year we were invited to attend the Parents into Work event at Bulwell Jobcentre on the 16th January 2019. It was an opportunity for us to let people know about the Youth Employment Initiative (YEI) project, we are running. Which is part funded by Nottingham City Council, DWP and the European Union through the European Social Fund (ESP).
The event gave parents who are returning to work access to information and support on:
Identifying their skills and career aims,
CV building and getting online,
Employment opportunities and support with applying for jobs,
Exploring Childcare options.
You can now view the Carers Federation Annual Report for 2017-18.