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Engage Daily Update - 02 December
Engage Daily Update - 02 December

Engage Daily Update - 02 December

02/12/2021



HSCP Strategic Plan 2022-2025 - Consultation - Renfrewshire Children’s Services Partnership 

We’ve launched the consultation on our draft Strategic Plan for the next three years, from 2022 until 2025. We’ve set out the details of our Plan in ‘Shaping our Future - Strategic Plan 2022 -25’. From here you can read the full details of the draft Plan on our web pages, or you can download a more visual version if you prefer.
 
In developing this Plan, we’ve focused on ensuring that collaboration and engagement were at the heart of our approach to develop a co-produced set of themes and priorities. 
 
Incorporating this feedback into our draft Plan, this year, we have taken a different approach to identifying our objectives. Rather than looking at individual service areas themselves, we have instead focused on a range of themes, which underpin how we deliver services. We have also sought to place equalities and lived and living experience at the heart of our Plan.​
 
Through our consultation, which will run until 31 January 2022, we will continue to engage with as many relevant people and groups as possible.
 
Individuals are also being encouraged to share feedback in a number of ways:

 

Support for Individuals

Latest Community Safety stories in the press and media

Families Outside - Independent Review of the Response to Deaths in Prison Custody

News, Training and Events from Generations Working Together

Police Scotland - Your festive season online safety checklist

Renfrewshire Council - Health and Wellbeing Newsletter
This month’s edition includes our usual highlights video and updates from Education Scotland focussing on health and wellbeing, news of info sessions within Renfrewshire and also with our partners from the West Partnership, the launch of the Keep Safe Kids app and our latest info sessions along with news on resources and training.
The newsletters can also be found on our Twitter (@RenEdHWB) and the HWB blog - https://blogs.glowscotland.org.uk/re/renfrewshirehwb/ along with information regarding HWB resources, professional reading, training news and information regarding local/national supports.  If you would prefer that the newsletters be sent to someone more appropriate on your staff, please let me know. 

 

Support for Organisations

Scottish Third Sector Tracker findings published – Alliance Scotland
The findings from the first phase of the Scottish Third Sector Tracker have been published. The project provides crucial insights into how Scotland’s charities, social enterprises and community groups were impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. The Scottish Third Sector Tracker is a research community made up of representatives from almost 600 organisations based across Scotland who share their experiences, views, and concerns in a quarterly survey.

Invest in Renfrewshire November Round-Up

 

Online Events

Putting people first - Part II: practical insights of how to use Human Learning Systems

The response has been overwhelmingly positive and the feedback helped shape the follow up event on 09 December. The changes we have made make the next event even more focused on what will help you in considering how to conduct your own HLS experiment:
 
Thursday 09 December 1-4pm
 
Putting people first - Part II: practical insights of how to use Human Learning Systems
 
This session will go into more practical details about the work of Mark Smith, Gateshead Council and Gary Wallace Plymouth Council: What did they do?  How did they do it? What did they learn?  They will illustrate how this approach can be implemented at a people, organisation and place level.
 
This session will allow for more interaction and a deeper understanding of what it means to have a learning approach at the heart of health and social care. It is a great opportunity to learn from the extensive work in Gateshead and Plymouth and to begin thinking about how you can co-design your own explorations in Scotland.
  
This session will build on the introduction to their work that Mark and Gary gave at our initial event on 17 November:

Commissioning at a person level: Gateshead- Mark Smith, Director of Public Service Reform, Gateshead Council shares their work to build relationships, listen to what people need and provide a bespoke offers which help people, reduces demand and saves the public purse When is council tax arrears a prompt or a good conversation and problem solving and not a signal for debt collection?
'Don't do things better....... do better things!' 

Commissioning at a place level: Plymouth-Gary Wallace, Public Health Specialist, Plymouth City Council takes us through Plymouth Council’s different approach to commissioning with learning and partnership at the heart of everything.

How do you commission for learning and promote collaboration? 
“Our mission is not to hit targets but to understand value”……..

“Doing more of the same was therefore not sustainable- most of the risk was in doing more of the same”
 
Register Here

 

Training

*CORRECT BOOKING DETAILS*

Emergency First Aid At Work Training
Date:  Thursday 20 January 2022
Time:  9.00am - 4.00pm
Venue:  Tannahill Centre, Blackstoun Road, Paisley 
Through funding from the SPG, Active Communities has spaces for third sector partners (staff/volunteers) for Emergency First Aid At Work training on Thursday 20 January 2022 9am-4.00pm in the Tannahill Centre. We have limited spaces available. 
One space per organisation/community group will be allocated on a first come first serve basis. 
Please email bookings@activecommunities.co.uk to register your interest and reserve a place.

Health Walk Leader Training (Online)
Date:  Wednesday 26 January 2022 
Time:  9.30am - 1.00pm
Virtual Venue:  TEAMS
Health Walk Leader Training will be taking place online on Wednesday 26 January 2022.  
Through SPG funding we have spaces available for our Third Sector partners to become Health Walk Leaders. This is Paths for All training and will enable volunteers and staff to lead safe, effective, and enjoyable health walks in a community setting. 
Currently the course is online on TEAMS and takes places 9.30am -1pm on Wednesday 26 January 2022.
We have a few spaces available and can offer one space per organisation on a first come first serve basis. 
Please email bookings@activecommunities.co.uk ​to register your interest and reserve a place.
 

 

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