September-December  2021

 Derbyshire County Council Mental Health training opportunities 

  They offer a range of FREE virtual courses including:

  • Mental Health First Aid (Adult)
  • Mental Health First Aid (Youth)
  • Mental Health Awareness
  • E-learning Psychological First Aid
  • also fund Suicide Awareness courses run through RAD and Harmless which are posted on eventbrite.Harmless are running training well reputed training for people working with Derbyshire County residents:-
 
Mental Health Awareness posted on eventbrite

Suicide Awareness

Suicide Awareness Training 

To see availability and request a place follow the links by clicking on the date and complete the registration process. A link to the e-learning (1 hour in advance of session) will be sent to you when your place is confirmed.
 
Limited numbers mean this training books up quickly and is only available for people in Derbyshire (excluding Derby City) working either in a paid or voluntary capacity with the public (particularly vulnerable groups at greater risk of suicide and self-harm) or acting as community representatives.       



Monday 18th October 2021      

Wednesday 17th November 2021     

Tuesday 23rd November 2021          

Wednesday 8th December 2021      

Monday 13th December 2021           

for more information, future dates and to book.This is free but does not include Derby City. Courses fill up fast.

 

Courses run by Harmless are booked on eventbrite. More info tel 0115 0088 281 or e: training@harmless.org.uk

 

Eating disorder charity First Steps ED are offering fully funded CPD accredited training to any professional who works with children and young people in Derby and Derbyshire.

For more info or to book.

 

 

 Environment

 

Full list of training opportunities compiled by Church of England Environment Team see Aug newsletter 2021 click here.

 

 

 

Webinars to support your Eco Church journey

 
New webinars from A Rocha's Eco Church scheme webinars :-

1. AN INTRODUCTION TO AND OVERVIEW OF ECO CHURCH – GETTING STARTED

next date to follow, or watch the recording

2. WORKING TOWARDS AN AWARD AND MAINTAINING MOMENTUM

next date to follow, or watch the recording

3. WORKING TOWARDS NET ZERO CARBON

next date to follow, or, watch the recording.

 

Training webinars on moving towards net zero from the Church of England.

 

THE BASICS OF HEAT PUMPS
Tue 19th October, 4-5pm.  BOOK HERE

Decarbonising heat is key to achieving Net Zero Carbon. One way to achieve this is to install a heat pump, but this is only suitable in certain circumstances.

This workshop will look at the basics of heat pumps (mainly air source and ground source heat pumps). It will discuss their use, where heat pumps work well, and how to make sure their use is optimised.

The session will also look at some of the common problems that occur with heat pumps. It will give an indication of costs for church installations, but these are very case-by-case.

Speaker: Mark Taylor from TM Energy Solutions is speaking on behalf of the Energy Managers Association. The EMA is dedicated to establishing best-practice in Energy Management and putting Energy Management at the heart of British business.

 

CONSERVATION PITFALLS AND HOW TO AVOID THEM, EN ROUTE TO NET ZERO CARBON.  
Two options: Thur 18th Nov, 4-5pm. BOOK HERE 
and Tue 7th Dec, 12-1pm BOOK HERE

This webinar will cover
• some of the conservation pitfalls that projects often encounter, when trying to make environmental changes to historic buildings, and how to avoid them,
• questions people can ask themselves at the very beginning of a project, which will help get projects on the right track,
• examples of changes which can be made that are good environmentally and good for the conservation of historic buildings / interiors.

Speaker: Tobit Curteiss, Architectural Conservator at Tobit Curteis Associates LLP.  Tobit runs a practice specialising in the diagnosis and control of environmental deterioration in historic buildings and the conservation of wall paintings. As well as extensive work with churches and cathedrals, Tobit also works for private and institutional clients, including English Heritage, the National Trust, and Historic Royal Palaces. He is an accredited member of the Institute for Conservation, a fellow of the Society of Antiquaries, and a fellow of the International Institute of Conservation.

GETTING TO "YES" FOR YOUR ENVIRONMENTAL PROJECTS - SUCCESSFULLY NAVIGATING THE FACULTY SYSTEM
Mon 22nd Nov - noon-1:30pm.  BOOK HERE

This webinar will focus on the practicalities of how churches who want to carry out environmentally-minded projects (insulation, heating, solar, EV car charging and the like) can best navigate the faculty system. How can they ‘get to yes’ by designing the right project and making their case well? 

To cover:
• What can churches do within list A, list B, and what needs full faculty, and why?
• Who should they get input from, and when, in the process?
• How do they prepare and present their application? What information is needed? What does a good project look like?
• What will their archdeacon want to know, and why? What will the DAC want to know? If it comes to the Church Buildings Council, what will the CBC want to know?

Panel:
• Ven Malcolm Chamberlain, Archdeacon of Sheffield & Rotherham,
• Lisa McIntyre, the Leeds Diocese DAC Secretary,
• Keri Dearmer, an experienced case officer in the national Cathedral and Church Buildings Division,
• Nigel Walter, a conservation architect and member of the Church Buildings Council.

Note - this webinar is 1.5 hours long.

FINDING THE BALANCE : ASSESSING EMBODIED CARBON IN RETROFIT PROJECTS ON CHURCH BUILDINGS
Tues 30th November, 12:00-13:00.  BOOK HERE.

When considering strategies to reduce emissions in operation, there is a danger that the measures themselves could cause more emissions in the manufacture and installation than they would save in practice - and thus achieves the opposite of what is desired.

This is a particular risk in large buildings with relatively low energy demand, especially those used only intermittently. It is thus necessary to be able to compare "embodied" and "operational" carbon emissions and to understand how a changing energy supply matrix affects decisions in the long run.

The webinar will provide participants with the basic information required to understand the subject, and a framework for making decisions which take embodied carbon into account.

Speakers: Nigel Griffiths, Policy Adviser for the Sustainable Traditional Buildings Alliance and Douglas Kent, Technical and Research Director, Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings.

 

 

UK Climate Assembly videos can be found here.

 

 Churches Count on Nature autumn webinar series 2021 

 
 
Free training for professionals working with children and young people and families in Derbyshire from Joined Up Derbyshire, NHS Derby and Derbyshire CCG.

FREE Online Drug and Alcohol Training
 
Derbyshire Alcohol Advice Service and Derbyshire Recovery Partnership are continuing to offer free drug and alcohol training and is being delivered online. 

These course are all FREE to health, social and community staff and volunteers working with adults in Derbyshire and can be booked here.

 



Historic England learning resources.

 

 

Germinate

Germinate Leadership

Germinate Leadership enables lay and ordained leaders from all denominations to develop creative, collaborative and strategic leaders skills for rural church leadership, better equipped to engage effectively with local communities and encourage churches to be an effective Christian presence. The 18-month programme includes four residentials, a 360° leadership appraisal, mentoring and work-shadowing, drawing on wisdom and experience from secular and church leadership spheres as well as lay and ordained ministry experience from across the denominations.

The 2021 Germinate Leadership programme will begin in October. For more information go to arthurrankcentre.org.uk/germinate-leadership.

You can also email for more information about both training opportunities.

 

 

 

 

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