CAREERS: Courses

21-22 August - Community Care and Housing run by Shelter Training in London. Two-day course outlining the legal framework for community-care provision and its relationship to housing legislation.

Contact: 020 7490 6720

29 August - The Child Act 1989: An Introduction run by Shelter Training in London. Provides a basic understanding of the act and the potential assistance available to young single people and families in housing need.

Contact: 020 7490 6720

2 September - Housing Possession Hearings: Procedure and Practice run by Shelter Training in Manchester. Will familiarise delegates with the procedure rules governing possession claims, and improve their confidence to appear in court on behalf of landlords or tenants.

Contact: 020 7490 6720

3 September - Minute-Taking Skills run by the Directory of Social Change in London. Covers the basics of minute-taking including note-taking, recording main points and providing tips to ensure accuracy and ease of use.

Contact: 020 7209 4949

3 September - Supporting People run by Shelter Training in London. Provides an overview of the Government's initiative, starting next April, to reorganise support for vulnerable people living in the community.

Contact: 020 7490 6720

4 September - Data Protection Risk Assessment and Training Services run by Kingston Smith at its London offices. Guides delegates through data protection legislation using case studies. They should leave able to identify and resolve data protection issues within their organisations.

Contact: 020 7566 3850

4-5 September - Group Facilitation Methods run by ICA:UK in Cambridge.

Offers a structured introduction to the basic discussion and workshop methods of ICA's Technology of Participation.

Contact: 0845 450 0305.

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