New HIV & HEP C Training Courses in March 2018
Both half day training courses are free so please book early.
To book a place on either of these courses, please complete a booking form in the Training section of the website.
Want to learn about Housing & Homeless Rights & Conditions?
Do you come into contact with people experiencing housing problems, facing eviction, living in appalling conditions, or long-term in emergency accommodation?
Do you feel powerless to help?
Are terms like 'free phone' and 'transitional housing' confusing, what about 'HAP vs RAS', what's a housing association like compared to a council house?
The North West Inner City (NWICN) and Dublin Central Housing Action (DCHA) are organising a pilot series of Workshops to enable people to learn about housing and homeless rights and conditions and explore how we can organise and address these issues within our community
All workshops will take place on Wednesday evenings for 7pm to 8pm in NWICN Office, 117/118 North King Street, Dublin 7. Please see table below for details.
Space is limited so booking is essential. To book your place fill in booking form and return to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For futher information contact Gráinne Foy at 01 6774494.
Social Inclusion Co-ordinator
FREE E-TRAINING COURSE AVAILABLE
For residents of Dublin 7
FREE E-TRAINING COURSE!
When: Thursday 19th October 2017, and every Thursday morning for 4 Weeks:
Time: 10am – 12.30pm
E-Training is a self-guided computer training programme, you would need some basic computer skills (for example, to have an email account that you are using) and it’s an ideal follow-on for people who have completed our Basic IT or English Language & IT course
To take part in any of these courses or if you have any questions please contact Deborah in North West Inner City Network, 117 – 118 North King St, D7 on 01 677 44 94 or email email@example.com
'Best Practice in Woman and Child Protection' -
In response to requests by some of our member organisations we are pleased to inform you that we are offering training in Best Practice in Woman and Child Protection in the context of Domestic Violence to local community, voluntary and statutory frontline workers.
Please find description of the training by Women's Aid below.
The training will take place on Wednesday 8th and Thursday 9th November, 2017 from 10am to 4.30pm each day. The training will be held in Women's Aid, 5 Wilton Place, Dublin 2.
The cost of the training will be covered by NWICN. If you or your colleagues would like to attend please print off, complete and return the booking form below to me.
Places are limited so please return the form as soon as possible.
Any queries please feel free to contact me:
Gráinne Foy, Social Inclusion Co-ordinator by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Women's Aid - Two-Day Training Summary.pdf
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NWICN Domestic Violence Training Booking form 11.17.pdf
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Soilse is running a conference on dyslexia and drug use which may be of interest. For further information and to book a place, simply click the link below:
Dyslexia and Drug Use: Hiding in Plain Sight
Date: 12 July 2017
Time: 9:30 – 1pm
Organisers: Soilse and Dyslexia Association of Ireland
Venue: Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission (IHREC) offices
16-22 Green Street , Dublin 7
9:30 – 10:00