Newsletter and bids 23 2019

 In bids

Dear Members.

This week more news and views and bids, grants and funds in conjunction with our sponsors Net Security Training Ltd. You can contact Richard at richard@net-security-training.co.uk and www.net-security-training.co.uk. We are going out to over 3,000 people and Organisations every week and today have a BUMPER Edition of 50 Pages.

Full details of all bids and grants can be downloaded from the link below:

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We are Leonard Cheshire, a leading UK pan-disability charity. We support individuals to live, learn and work independently, with dignity, freedom and choice. Led by people with experience of disability, we are at the heart of local life, opening doors to opportunity, choice, and support

Our vision is of a fair and inclusive society where disabled people can have more choice, where they can optimise their health and wellbeing, are better included socially and have financial control over their lives

Current Vacancies in our Trust and Philanthropy Team

Statutory and Trusts Fundraiser X2

Location:             Head Office, Vauxhall, London SW8

Salary:                 £32,629 rising to £34,161 on satisfactory completion of probation

Hours:   Full time, 35 hours per week

About the Role: It is a very exciting time at Leonard Cheshire, a time of unprecedented change for disabled people. We need people with experience of accessing significant funding from Trusts and Statutory funders, including local authorities, GLA and central government. In this varied role you will be working in a growing team, raising funds for our UK programmes and projects. You will lead and support funding bids and work effectively with colleagues in our London office and across the UK.  Experience of raising income from Trusts and or Statutory funders is a requirement for this role.

You will build relationships with prospects and be responsible for a portfolio of current and potential funders, providing exceptional grant management to revive maintain, and grow support. To register interest in these roles please send a cv to Mary.Spillane@leonardcheshire.org

 

Offering two days of education, demonstrations and networking, Recruitment Agency Expo is a must-attend event for recruitment agency professionals. REGISTER FOR YOUR FREE TICKET! 

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Source from over 70 suppliers, discover new contacts & connections relevant to your sector, plus book your seats at over 40 + seminar sessions across three theatres featuring over 50 leading industry experts.
Taking place on 2-3 October 2019 at the NEC Birmingham, this year’s edition will bring you over 40 free seminars under the theme of Transformational Growth, providing you with unmissable insights into key topics, such as:

Business Strategy, Trends, Data & The Future of Recruitment

Go-to-Market Strategy, Candidate Experience, Business Development & Recruitment Marketing

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All brought to you from some of the biggest names in the industry!

 

There are more than 1,000 bid and proposal contractors, consultants and freelancers providing their services to the private sector in the UK. With significant changes proposed to how IR35 is assessed in this sector from April 2020, we are conducting important research. If you are currently operating as a contractor, consultant or freelancer in the UK, we would really value your input. To complete the survey, follow this link: https://lnkd.in/dy7FXdk It should take no more than 10 minutes. A detailed report will be made widely available in September with the key findings published in Bidding Quarterly.

According to ContractorUK, one in five current UK contractors believe they will be forced to leave contracting for a permanent role post-April 2020, due to the serious impact the new legislation will have on their livelihoods. 65% of contractors believe their income will decrease following the introduction of the new IR35 rules. As a small incentive for those completing the survey, we have a prize draw for a £250 Amazon voucher. Details are provided at the end of the survey.

 

North East of England and National: We have a company for sale and the total contracts stand at some £3.9 Million additional non Government funded is around £600,000 a year. If you have an interest the price is £2.9 Million.

 

Welcome to Sams Wall!  I hope you are all doing well and had a great week!  As we are moving into the Summer months we are now in the throws of festival season and in-line with issues close to my heart which surround homelessness I felt it pertinent to talk about an organisation called Musicians Against Homelessness (MAH).

MAH have been around since 2016 growing and expanding to encompass more UK festivals and take on more musicians who wish to join them in their fight to end homelessness, since they launched they have managed to raise over £150,000 for UK homelessness. They’re also winners of the Points of Light Awards for outstanding charitable services as well as being Pride of Britain finalists.

MAH are this year, once more, working in conjunction with the national charity for homeless people; “Crisis”; most of you undoubtedly will know who Crisis are. Crisis have a steely determined to end homelessness, dealing with it in a person by person way and by influencing policies to ensure everyone has a place to call home. As we know, Homelessness is devastating and leaves people vulnerable and isolated but Crisis offer ground-breaking housing, health, education and employment services successfully working with thousands of homeless people across the UK every year.

MAH have held hundreds of festivals and gigs across the UK sourcing spaces and opportunities for up-coming musical talent, mainly to raise money to support the objectives of other UK homeless services and charities, this year, as previously mentioned they are supporting the charity Crisis as well as supporting the ‘Simon Community’ in Northern Ireland; a charity that helps homeless people back into accommodation along with providing a range of preventative and specialist community support services.

The next festival MAH are involved with is the popular, annual Lindisfarne Festival on Beal Farm taking place 29th August – 1st September; this is an epic three day festival on the Northumberland Coast, overlooking Holy Isle. The festival is an independent creative arts and music festival and attracts thousands from across the UK each year. MAH have, for the third year running, have managed to secure slots for the main stage (as well as having their own Musicians Against Homelessness Stage). For more information about the festival go to https://lindisfarnefestival.com/ but headline acts include Ocean Colour Scene and Pete Doherty.

 

Get involved with Musicians Against Homelessness

There are also plenty more exciting opportunities for businesses, musicians, volunteers to get involved with MAH and it’s well worth checking their website to see the full scope http://www.musiciansagainsthomelessness.net/

To apply to play, host or organise a MAH gig visit Musicians Against Homelessness on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/mahgigs/

Apply to be involved in helping raise funds for MAH, as a musician, band, DJ or artist you don’t, in fact, need to be a professional musician or be up and coming, if you love music and have a set you can perform and want to be involved in helping those less fortunate then it’s worth applying asap for some of the festivals which are coming up this year or register yourself for opportunities to do this next year if you aren’t quite ready for performing in public yet!  Simply email: mahgigls@gmail.com

 

Get involved with Crisis: With your help MAH can end homelessness and change people’s lives for the better. Whether it’s through donating, fundraising, sponsoring, volunteering or joining one of their campaigns, there are many ways you can support Crisis and make a difference to homeless people across the UK. For more information on how to get involved, visit the website: http://www.crisis.org.uk/pages/support-us.html

In the meantime, see you all next time and I hope you all have a great week!

 

Nick says Please pass on this email to anyone involved in subcontracting – either as a prime or subcontractor or both. Be first to register for my popular annual (one-off) subcontracting training day – with updates for 2019/20 and tons of best practice.

5th July London – click here for more information and to secure a place (likely to fully-book quickly).

http://lsect.co.uk/event/05-07-19/?mc_cid=f8d2cc54c8&mc_eid=5fee299aba

Agenda

10am Registration and networking

10.30 Tactical versus strategic, total versus token and other key features of the subcontracting rules in 2018/19 and 2019/20

Nick Linford, author of the Sub-contracting Toolkit, published by AELP and LSIS

11:10 Ofsted’s approach to sub-contracting and best practice

Ofsted speaker to be confirmed

11:50 Break for refreshments and networking

12:10 Managing new and existing subcontracting relationships ~ getting due diligence and contracting right

Mark Taylor, Partner, Corporate Education, Eversheds Sutherland

13:00 Break for lunch and networking time

14:00 Funding, data and compliance: Audit advice for prime and sub-contractors

Karl Bentley, senior ILR and ESFA funding auditor from RSM

15:00 What does the longer term future of ESFA subcontracting look like (incl. applying to the new RoATP)?

Nick Linford

15:30 Prime and subcontracting networking time

16:00 Subcontracting Funding Summit end

 

Clinks – Introduction to working and volunteering in prison

17th July, Bristol | 24th July, London | £75 members, £150 non-members

Do you have staff and volunteers who are new to working in a custodial setting?

This interactive and engaging one-day course aims to raise awareness of the prison environment and enable voluntary sector staff and volunteers to have meaningful and professional engagement with prisons.

Delegates will:

Discuss concerns and fears, and acquire a confidence boosting approach

Be guided through an up to date overview of the criminal justice system, including different elements of the prison and probation services

Gain an understanding of the prison environment and the demographics of those in custody

Consider safe and responsible working within custodial settings, and be confident working within their boundaries.

“I wanted to let you know I thought the day was excellent and very informative. It was both engaging and interactive.” – Training delegate, London 2018

Each training day has a maximum of 15 places so book now to avoid disappointment.

https://www.clinks.org/event/187?utm_source=Newsflash&utm_medium=Email&utm_campaign=prisontraining050619

 

Vacancies on the jobs board this week include: Senior Resettlement Caseworker with St Giles Trust [HMP Stoke Heath], Area Manager with Humankind (formerly DISC) [County Durham], Contract Project Manager Challenge Fund with Relate [Brighton], Engagement Team Members with User Voice [three positions: Midlands, London, South], Information Advice & Guidance Advisor with Weston College (Offender Learning) [HMP Eastwood Park], Tenancy Support Officer with Nacro [Teesside], Mental Health Services Manager with Redcar and Cleveland Mind [Redcar], Family Support Worker with Nepacs [HMP Northumberland], Community Group Coordinator with Birth Companions[London], Charity Trustee with Odd Arts [Manchester], Link Yorker with YSS [Worcester], Mental Health Practitioner with Together for Mental Wellbeing [London], StandOut Support Coach with StandOut [London], Senior Practitioner – Breaking Barriers with Ormiston Families [Luton], Life Skills Coach x 2 with Adullam Homes Housing Association Ltd [Ryhl], Volunteer Distance Learning Tutor with Criminon [Home based]. For more information Click here  https://www.clinks.org/voluntary-community-sector/vacancies?utm_source=Light%20Lunch&utm_medium=Email&utm_campaign=lightlunch587

 

Zoe would like to let you know about her MBCC Awards.  Have you thought of being involved we only have two places left and we would be honoured if your company would consider being a sponsor at this year’s MBCC Awards where we recognise and value unsung heroes that go the extra mile whether in business or the community or both.  The event has a strong business professional presence. Details of the sponsorship opportunities are here:

 HEADLINE SPONSORS – £7000

(Two available) PRE-EVENT

Social Media Weekly Twitter & Facebook mentions as a platinum sponsor of the event Press Company named included in any press releases

Online Presence Logo on the website with a bio and your description with a ‘follow link’ back to your website. (NB. On the opening voting night 15,000 hits within first 20 minutes of going live)

DURING EVENT Branding

The sponsor’s branding will be included in all event marketing and throughout the duration of the dinner. Logo will also be included on a prominent position on the red carpet backdrop

Complimentary tables One VIP table of 12 places are available for headline sponsors and their guests. Guests will be supplied four bottles of wine

Present Award Opportunity to present the Honorary Award. This was presented to Sir Lenny Henry in the 2018 Awards

Dinner programme

A full-page advertisement or editorial space will be provided in the programme that will be made available to all dinner guests on the night.

Early access For one person to the main hall in order to display place name cards for your guests if required

Press Mentions in any media interviews. In 2017 Made Me TV were present covering the event. POST EVENT PR The names of headline sponsors will be included on all post-event media releases.

 

DIAMOND SPONSORS – £3000 (Four available) PRE-EVENT

Social Media Fornightly Twitter & Facebook mentions as a platinum sponsor of the event. Online Presence Logo on the website with a ‘follow link’ back to your website. (NB. On the opening voting night 15,000 hits within first 20 minutes of going live)

DURING EVENT Branding

The sponsor’s branding will be included in all event marketing and throughout the duration of the dinner. Logo will also be included on red carpet backdrop

Complimentary tables One VIP table of 10 places are available for headline sponsors and their guests. Guests will be supplied two bottles of wine

Present Award Opportunity to present a Award of your choice (on a first come, first serve basis)

Dinner programme: A half page advertisement or editorial space will be provided in the programme that will be made available to all dinner guests on the night

Early access: For one person to the main hall in order to display place name cards for your guests if required

Press Mentions in any media interviews. In 2017 Made Me TV were present covering the event POST EVENT PR Name of all sponsors will be included in any press releases

 

AWARD SPONSORS – £995 PRE-EVENT

Social Media One mention on Twitter & Facebook mention announcing the award sponsors

Online Presence Logo on the website. (NB. On the opening voting night 15,000 hits within first 20 minutes of going live)

DURING EVENT Branding: The sponsor’s branding will be included in all event marketing and throughout the duration of the dinner. Logo will also be included on red carpet backdrop

Complimentary tables Two places are available for sponsors and a guest Present Award Opportunity to present a Award of your choice (on a first come, first serve basis). Dinner programme

A half page advertisement or editorial space will be provided in the programme that will be made available to all dinner guests on the night

POST EVENT PR Name of all sponsors will be included in any press releases

 

RECEPTION DRINKS SPONSOR – £2500

DURING EVENT Branding: The sponsor’s branding will be included in all event marketing and throughout the duration of the dinner. Logo will also be included on a prominent position on the red carpet backdrop

Complimentary tickets Table of 8 for drinks sponsor to entertain guests Present Award Opportunity to present a Award of your choice (on a first come, first serve basis)

Dinner programme

Half page advertisement or editorial space will be provided in the programme that will be made available to all dinner guests on the night

Early access For one person to the main hall in order to display place name cards for your guests if required

 The coverage and visibility the awards provide is phenomenal and as such we have 12 influential ambassadors onboard that are also supporting the awards this year including BBC presenter Trish Adudu.  The Midlands Business and Community, Charity Awards is the only award ceremony in the Midlands that truly recognise the regions unsung heroes in Business and the Community at the same event as well as giving all the profits made away to charitable organisations each year. many business and community selfless initiatives. We had Sir Lenny Henry receive an award at our last awards evening and provided us with a post video of support so that we can use to promote this years awards as he is happy to support us in the Midlands to recognise and value what people do.

 The evening is held on Saturday 16 November and will attract 500 people at Aston Villa FC. Every year we have always sold out way ahead of time and everyone has always enjoyed the entertainment filled 3 course meal event alongside TV stations covering the event. Please listen to Sir Lenny Henry’s acceptance Speech, click here  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2TrsvzikNzo

Here is footage of the Awards Ceremony last November click here and here 

https://www.birminghamlocal.tv/videos/birminghams-annual-business-community-charity-awards-x6x650t/   Zoe Bennett  Managing Director  Training Personified

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  2. Eenquiries@trainingpersonified.com
  3. Wtrainingpersonified.com
  4. www.motivationalqueen.com

 

This weeks bad news item: A provider with directors on the board of a local enterprise partnership has refuted conflict of interest allegations after winning nearly all of the £32.6 million available for the area in a recent European Social Fund tender.

The Growth Company Limited, which won £27.6 million in the Greater Manchester area, is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Greater Manchester Combined Authority and its LEP.

The provider has six directors who hold various roles at the organisations it is accountable to.For example, its chair, Richard Topliss, is a member of the Greater Manchester LEP, while one of Growth’s directors, Michael Blackburn, is the chair of the LEP.

The provider won all three ESF contracts that it applied for to deliver training in the Greater Manchester LEP.

https://feweek.co.uk/2019/06/07/growth-company-denies-conflict-of-interest-as-it-bags-the-lions-share-of-esf-cash/

 

Tip of the week I: A room, three course meal and a cocktail at Malmaison hotels around the country from £119. Details https://www.malmaison.com/offers/rooms/mix-it-up/?utm_source=affiliate_window&utm_medium=affiliate&utm_campaign=137949&awc=4818_1559812908_3f0e03e33b7e4393386ad9c08ee7191c

 

Tip of the week 2: Two weekend tickets for The Great British Food Festival – 46% off. Details

https://www.groupon.co.uk/deals/gl-great-british-food-festival-34

 

Tip of the week 3: Tapas and drinks for two, four or six people at Gabeto – up 71% off.  Details

https://www.groupon.co.uk/deals/gabeto-2

 

All from me Steve and from all the team have a great week and keep training

Non-Executive Director at Five Companies and MD of EEVT Ltd

 

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