Topic: Volunteering and Employability Date: 24th August Time: TBA Venue: TBC This is an early preview to DSEN’s next Network meeting. Spaces are limited, please in the first instance contact Raymond Chan, firstname.lastname@example.org to show your interest/book.
Volunteering Numerous benefits have been identified by both staff and volunteers who describe the experience of volunteering as ‘life changing’. Some of the most notable benefits found from volunteering was an increase self-esteem and confidence amongst volunteers.
Employability Employability is about being capable of getting and keeping fulfilling work. Employability is the capability to move within the labour market, and to realise potential through sustainable employment. Employability is not just about the capability to gain/move into initial employment, it is also about the quality of employment. More to follow, check our Facebook page to keep updated.
Aspiring Social Enterprise Workshop - Lets get Started! - Constitution/ Board/ Trustees - How to do it!
An interactive workshop providing information and strategies on how to attract new Board Members/Trustees – what they will do for you and what you will do for them and the legalities of it all! The Workshop will cover: · Overview of Legal Structures · Responsibilities of Directors/Trustees and responsibilities of the organisation – Who does what? · Ideas and strategies for attracting suitable Directors; · How to take away the “Fear” of being a Director; · How to prepare an Induction Pack – what should be in it;
The Workshop will be run by Michael Royden Partner for Thorntons Law LLP and Jessie Bruce and Angus Greenshields from DSEN will be present to assist as required. Coffee, tea and light refreshments will be provided at 2pm for start at 2.30pm.
How it felt is a social enterprise providing puppet building, drama and film making workshops focusing mostly on mental and emotional well being. This can include groupworkshops, one to one sessions. parties and commissions. We can also do stalls and talks at events.
Would you or your organization like to have a puppet workshop? Or perhaps a one to one puppet making session? Or even have a puppety birthday party or as a gift for a special someone? How it felt can ...
Kevin Stewart MSP Minister for Local Government and Housing was in Dundee yesterday to visit the site of a new affordable housing development which will bring 163 new homes to the city.
The Derby Street development will provide a significant boost for the area in providing much-needed affordable housing that is fit for the needs of the community. A partnership between Hillcrest Housing Association and Dundee City Council, the overall development will deliver a mixture of mainstream and assisted living flats and houses.
Housing Minister visits Dundee development!
Kevin Stewart MSP Minister for Local Government and Housing was in Dundee today to visit our site at Derby Street which will bring 163 new homes to the cit...
Open to all - Students, Staff, Alumni and General Public Learn the ins and outs of starting a social enterprise and what you should know. As part of the University of Dundee's Entrepreneurship Week 20...
This event is to provide local contractors / suppliers / consultants from any sector an opportunity to come in and meet with public sector buyers. It will provide support, guidance, and allow companies the opportunity to make themselves known to buyers and showcase what it is they themselves can provide.
In addition this year major construction contractors who are undertaking public sector contracts will also be in attendance. This will include Robertson Construction, Hadden Group and Balfour Beatty Construction.
There will be breakout sessions with speakers from Public Contracts Scotland, Supplier Development Programme and Local companies who have won Contracts.