Knowsley Community & Voluntary Services

 

Leadership - Ingenuity - Sector Social Growth

Our calendar of events is below

Jan
17
Wed
Huyton Parish Family project present The Happiness Course
Jan 17 @ 10:00 am – Feb 7 @ 11:00 am

The Happiness course draws on scientific, ancient wisdom and real life experience to give you practical tools for a happy life.

We spend lots of time searching outside ourselves for things that make us happy. people inn our society are encouraged to think that happiness lies in success, money and good looks, but studies show that the key to wellbeing lies closer to home. This four week course explore various subjects including the meaning of happiness, forgiveness, gratitude and relationships. it also draws on scientific research ancient wisdom and real life experiences which aims to encourage people to reflect on what constitutes a good life.

This four week course explores various including the meaning of happiness, forgiveness, gratitude and relationships. it also draws on scientific research, ancient wisdom and real life  experience which aims to encourage people to reflect on what constitutes a good life. it is open and available to all ages 16 to 100+, Why not come along and join us at one of the three courses coming up this year. come along and bring a friend and let’s make the world a happier place

Refreshments served 20 minutes before start, creches available.

Courses start from the Wednesday 17th January 2018 for four weeks to Wednesday, 7th February 2018 10am – 12noon at

St Micheal’s Church Hall, Blue Bell Lane, Huyton, L36 7SA. corres: via the vicarage

other dates available

please contact Angela or Carole

phone 0151 482 6042

mobile 07882105419 or email familyworker@btinternet.com

Please note booking is essential

Feb
9
Fri
“Public Speaking for Quivering Wrecks” – Knowsley Illuminate Classes @ Knowsley Youth Mutual
Feb 9 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
"Public Speaking for Quivering Wrecks" - Knowsley Illuminate Classes @ Knowsley Youth Mutual | England | United Kingdom

Knowsley CVS and Social Enterprise Network are joining forces to deliver a programme of classes shining a spotlight on issues affecting your social sector organisation.

In the fourth of our monthly master classes, voice coach professional Su Grainger leads an interactive workshop on public speaking, especially designed for those of us who feel like curling up in a ball whenever we have to speak in front of a crowd. If your role involves presenting to an audience, pitching ideas, or any form of public speaking, this event is for you.

Feb
20
Tue
Volunteer Co-ordinator Forum
Feb 20 @ 10:30 am – 12:00 pm
Volunteer Co-ordinator Forum

This is the latest of a bi-monthly network specifically for people that have responsibility for the recruitment and management of volunteers within their organisations.

At this informal networking event, you will be able to:

  • Connect with volunteer co-ordinators of other local organisations.
  • Keep up to date on the latest volunteering news.
  • Develop your understanding of volunteer management and your role as a co-ordinator.
  • Find out about how KCVS can further support you and your organisation.

The Volunteer Managers Forum is a Knowsley CVS Community of Practice Forum – independent, sector led, peer support networks to build knowledge, expertise and resilience within the Social Sector in Knowsley.

And if you want to discuss any aspect of volunteer recruitment or management, you can contact KCVS directly at kcvs@kcvs.org or call us on 0151 489 1222

 

Mar
23
Fri
Volunteer Co-ordinator Forum @ Home Start Knowsley
Mar 23 @ 10:30 am – 12:00 pm
Volunteer Co-ordinator Forum @ Home Start Knowsley | England | United Kingdom

This is the latest of a bi-monthly network specifically for people that have responsibility for the recruitment and management of volunteers within their organisations.

At this informal networking event, you will be able to:

  • Connect with volunteer co-ordinators of other local organisations.

  • Keep up to date on the latest volunteering news.

  • Develop your understanding of volunteer management and your role as a co-ordinator.

  • Find out about how KCVS can further support you and your organisation.

The Volunteer Managers Forum is a Knowsley CVS Community of Practice Forum – independent, sector led, peer support networks to build knowledge, expertise and resilience within the Social Sector in Knowsley.

And if you want to discuss any aspect of volunteer recruitment or management, you can contact KCVS directly at kcvs@kcvs.org or call us on 0151 489 1222