Engage Daily Update - 28 July
Young Persons Guarantee Employer Recruitment Incentive
INVEST in Renfrewshire have launched a Young Persons Guarantee Employer Recruitment Incentive for young people aged 16-24, living in Renfrewshire with a barrier to employment. Employers will received £4000 over 52 weeks if they pay the National Minimum Wage or £6000 if they pay the Living Wage. Young people must be currently unemployed (although can be in training) and have a barrier from the eligibility list - Full details and the application form are published on their website Employer Recruitment Incentive — Renfrewshires Young Persons Guarantee (ypguaranteerenfrewshire.com)
They can also support Modern Apprenticeships jobs however employers must pay the National Minimum Wage to qualify for this incentive.
Please support this on Twitter (investinren) so lots of young people can be supported into employment.
Support for Individuals
Coronavirus (COVID-19) - experiences of vulnerable children, young people, and parents: research
This report presents findings from qualitative research conducted with a range of children, young people and parents in vulnerable or seldom heard groups, carried out to explore their lived experiences during and throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
Scottish Refugee Council Newsletter
Support for Organisations
OSCR Scottish Charity Regulator - Updating your governing document - Webinar
It is good governance practice to review your charity's governing document regularly to make sure it is still fit for purpose, and to remind your charity trustees of the rules. Sometimes it is necessary to make changes to help the charity operate better, or to modernise to move with the times. The pandemic has impacted on the governance of charities and introduced a need (for some) to make change to the governing document to allow for virtual meetings.
This webinar, presented by staff from the OSCR, is designed to help explain:
- What is a governing document
- Reviewing the governing document
- Virtual meetings
- How to change the document
- Where to seek help
*TODAY* Parent Network Scotland Wellbeing Toolkit
Are you a Mum to be or a new Mum?
Would you like to learn new tools to help feel calm?
Would you like to meet new parents to share experiences with?
Parent Network Scotland offer small safe group spaces on zoom to relax, learn, share and practice new tools to promote calm for you and your family. If you would like to find out more come along to our Introduction Session and meet Lorna who will welcome you.
Zoom Introduction Session :
Wednesday the 28th of July 1:00pm till 2:00pm
To receive the zoom link email your interest to; email@example.com
Check out our website at www.parentnetworkscotland.org.uk
Are you looking for office furniture for your organisation?
The UWS Students’ Union (and member of RenSEN) has a range of pre-owned office desks and storage units available for donation to charities and small businesses.
These items are being offered on a ‘first-come-first-served’ basis…therefore, follow the steps below if you’re interested in finding out more…
- Arrange to view - You can arrange to view the items by contacting the Student’s Union directly via this email link
- Reserve your items - During your visit you can select your chosen items and they will reserve them for you.
- Uplift items on 12 August – Items selected must be uplifted on Thursday 12 August (by close of business). Any items left will be taken for recycling.
- Any Questions? - If you have any queries regarding the above, please contact the Students’ Union directly via this email link
Please note: We do not have any photographs of the items so if you’re interested in finding out more, please read above and contact the Students’ Union directly