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If you or one of your employees is interested in one of these courses, please complete the registration form below.

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Salford Citizens Advice produce a weekly advice column, the articles take an in depth look at a variety of topics including pensions, debt and support schemes.

Their latest column covers the challenge of and solutions for protecting consumers as energy prices rise:

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Social enterprise Unlimited Potential has been re-accredited for the Fair Tax Mark, demonstrating that it is proud to pay its fair share of tax and achieve the highest standards of transparency.

In order to achieve the Mark, Unlimited Potential, which specialises in social innovation for happiness and works to help people lead healthier, more fulfilled lives, opened up its accounts to external scrutiny, improved its tax reporting and published a full tax policy, which includes a commitment to paying the right amount of tax at the right time, in the right place.

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CanSurviveUK is running some cancer support groups available in greater Manchester where you can have a talk and relax with others affected by Cancer. 

There are three different types of groups to provide options and make those who want to attend feel more comfortable about joining:

WOW Wednesdays 

A support group for women, taking place Wednesdays, 1pm. Refreshments and lunch are provided.

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Corinth is offering free courses to Salford residents 19 or over who have lived in the UK or EU for the last three years or more starting this January. Valid proof of settlement or residence permit will be required if you have lived outside of the UK or EU.

All information about the courses is available to download here.

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The Flowhesion Foundation is offering a course on Gambling Related harm, delivered by two qualified trainers. 

For £20, you will gain: 

  • A level 2 OFQUAL qualification in Gambling Related Harm
  • Knowledge of how best to provide help and support to people at risk of gambling-related harm 
  • Food will be provided

This is a full-day course taking place on Sunday 13th February 2022, 9am to 4pm. 

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A Salford business has a large quantity of surplus office furniture and equipment that they are willing to donate free to local VCSE organisations:

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Salford Citizens Advice produce a weekly advice column, the articles take an in depth look at a variety of topics including pensions, debt and support schemes.

Their latest column provides an update on a change to sick notes.

The government has announced a temporary change to the rules about sick notes (now called ‘fit notes’).

The following is taken from the official website:

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The Broughton Trust is offering free CSCS card courses taking place on the 25th of January 2022. 

The course will include: 

  • Level 1 Health and Safety in a Construction Environment (One day course) 9.30 a.m. till 2 p.m.
  • CSCS test 
  • CSCS card (when passed)
  • Employment support once passed

All applicants must be:

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Easyfundraising is offering a free workshop on how to get donations from leading retailers.

Come along to this informal session to find out how your voluntary group, CIC, social enterprise, church, school, sports club, or charity can benefit from Easyfundraising’s free services.

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