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We are having a couple more Puppet Building Workshops coming up in the next few weeks.

First Workshop is the 27th of April
All info and tickets here!
https://www.facebook.com/events/307068293298194/

Second Workshop is on the 6th of May (an in service day)
All Info and tickets here!
https://www.facebook.com/events/421936585044044/

If you are also interested in our services we have more to offer than just our puppet building workshops and if you have any questions we’d be happy to help.

 

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Catesbi

Realise / Understanding Behaviour is a block of short sessions, which we always aim to tailor to individual needs as much as possible, to help people understand principles of behaviour and implement positive strategies in everyday life. Our courses are designed for people who work or live with children, young people and individuals with autism, learning difficulties or related diagnoses.

Respond / Improving Behaviour is behaviour intervention program aim to reduce challenging behaviour. It includes: behaviour and skill assessment, positive behaviour support planning, training and intervention. This program can be implemented at home, care setting, school or other community settings with children or young people with behaviour that challenges. Send us filled in form and we can have a chat.

For further information please contact Suzie Repova – Behaviour Therapist, info@catesbi.co.uk  https://catesbi.co.uk/services/

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Creative Dundee

A message from Gillian Easson, , Executive Director, Creative Dundee.

I wanted to let you know that 11 years on since founding Creative Dundee as a blog, turning it into a key creative social enterprise within the city in 2013, providing a significant number of opportunities for thousands of people over the years, and becoming part of Creative Scotland’s Regularly Funded Organisation network in 2018, I’ve decided to take one year out to focus on other life ambitions.

The team/Board and I are hugely excited that Creative Dundee is now recruiting an Executive Director to cover my extended personal leave for 1 year. The post holder will be responsible for the operational management of the organisation, connecting and amplifying the city’s creativity.

Please do find the advert on our website / CS’s Opportunities page and do share this with your networks. Also, huge thanks for your continued support over the years – it’s been a real joy nurturing the city and its creative communities, in collaboration with you to, and I look forward to continuing to watch it develop and grow from afar.

My last day is anticipated to be Friday 19th April, and hopefully it won’t be too long until a new Director is in place following this – our brilliant team are focused on delivering our partnership commitments in the interim. I plan to make a guest host appearance at PechaKucha Night on 28th May at The Caird Hall, so please do join us for this celebration – tickets coming next week!

Thanks again and all the very best, Gillian

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Positive Steps Handyman Service

Maintenance and Handyman Service

If you are in need of any household jobs, office refurbishment or a small handyman task that needs completed at a reasonable price, we can help.
Our experienced maintenance team can complete jobs quickly and professionally.
Members of the public, Charities, Social Enterprises, Landlords and Small businesses. We offer a reliable, cost effective service to deal with the jobs you can’t.
Our teams are all members of the PVG scheme or checked with Disclosure Scotland.
We are a registered Scottish Charity SC028252 and all profits are used to support the most vulnerable in our communities.
For a quote or further information , call us on
01382 561822 ext 245 or
E-mail us  janereid@positivesteps.org.uk
www.positivesteps.org.uk

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Unlocking Potential Pilot

PURPOSE OF RESEARCH

The U>P (Unlocking Potential) pilot has sought to provide a broader understanding of the impact being made by 4 Social Enterprise Networks (SENs) on their members and the wider social enterprise sector as well as the benefits the SENs can bring through demonstrating this impact. Over the course of 2017-2018 four SENs – Glasgow, Edinburgh, Dundee and Health – have participated in this impact evaluation pilot using the Unlocking Potential (U>P) as part of the Social Enterprise Action Plan (2F.5).
The Scottish Government is also committed “to support the extension of Scotland’s Social Enterprise Networks to every part of Scotland that wants one. These should develop as an important collective voice on key issues for the sector, establish an extended range of peer mentoring and peer-to-peer support, and facilitate further collaboration between social enterprises.” (Action 2C.1)

http://social-capital.net/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/Final-UP_SEN-Pilot-Report-2017-18.pdf

 

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