SCVS offers quality training appropriate to members of the third sector in the Swansea area. Our courses help to develop skills, knowledge and confidence in voluntary organisations, community groups and volunteers.
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Would you know what to do if a colleague, family member, friend or member of the public needed emergency first aid? Read more
This course covers everything you need to know to ensure the safeguarding of children and adults in your organisation.Read more
The lives of many individuals who experience mental ill-health are impacted by stereotyping and stigma. Read more
The Act has significant implications for third sector organisations – come along to this information session to find out more.Read more
There are a lot of misconceptions portrayed in the media about the beliefs and practices of Muslims living in Wales. To challenge these, gain knowledge about Islam, help promote equality and prevent discrimination.Read more
Social Prescribing is a new way of working within health care and it involves referral to non-medical services by a health professional e.g. to a support group, a mindfulness course, an environmental project or to a befriending scheme. Read more
Co-production is a relationship where professionals and citizens share power to plan and deliver support – together.Read more
This information session will provide an interactive exploration of the best practice in using DBS checks. Read more
Community development is about helping people gain the skills and confidence to act together to improve their own community. Read more
Discover what forced displacement really means, and how it feels to be a person seeking sanctuary in the UK. Read more
So you want to be a community development worker? What skills and knowledge do you need? How should you behave? Come join the discussion!Read more
Equip your organisation with the knowledge and understanding to engage with future tendering opportunities. Read more
In any job it's important to take a step back and look at how things are going, and how they could be improved. Assess how you are doing as a community development worker, and help the groups you work with to do this themselves.Read more