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At Lancashire and South Cumbria NHS Foundation Trust (LSCFT), they are now in the third year of their current trust strategies, which were developed during the pressures of COVID-19. A lot has changed since then, both within LSCFT and the wider NHS. They have identified the need to evolve and reflect these changes within their Strategy, and they're currently in the process of undertaking a Trust Strategy refresh.
The trust values and quality priorities will remain the same, but they've introduced a new framework - The Quadruple Aim which will be the focus for the trust objectives over the coming years.
More information can be found here: Vision, values and strategic priorities :: Lancashire and South Cumbria NHS Foundation Trust (lscft.nhs.uk)
Research from Deloitte found that the cost of poor mental health to employers increased from £45bn in 2019, to £56bn in 2020-21.
And according to the Mental Health Foundation, one in six employees experience mental ill health each year.
A study by Business in the Community found that only 14% of those that had experienced work-related poor mental health had spoken to their managers.
Acas has mental health training for managers and HR professionals, to improve line manager skills and also to explain the laws and responsibilities of the employer.
Two sessions are available:
Reasonable Adjustments for Menopause:
Meeting EHRC Guidance
Following new guidance from The Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC), workplaces are being warned that they could face legal action if they fail to make ‘reasonable adjustments’ for their employees.
Symptoms such as hot flushes, brain fog and difficulty sleeping are typical during menopause, which usually occurs in women during their 40s or 50s. The EHRC suggests that this hormonal change may now be considered a disability under the Equality Act 2010.
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"I have nothing but praise for Michelle and the storytelling training. I’m fairly new to my role and this training has given me the confidence to tell the story of my organisation without relying on a flood of stats to prove how much I know!"
When you’re doing incredible charity work, you need a website to match! Websites play an essential role as the shop window to your organisation to raise awareness, increase donations and build community.
Media Trust and News UK are teaming up to help charities supporting the LGBTQIA+ community get their stories in the press. Newsrooms start planning content for Pride NOW so sign up to secure your coverage for Pride in June.
Digital Fundraising is one of the most successful ways to leverage an online platform to raise awareness for your cause.
Get Grants Digital Fundraising Training Course will teach you about the advantages of various digital platforms and technologies, as well as where to direct your efforts to maximise your digital fundraising success.
Join Get Grants to gain the practical knowledge, expert advice, and digital fundraising confidence you need to successfully plan and implement digital fundraising for your organisation!
Join Get Grants Digital Fundraising Training Course on:
Friday 23rd February & Friday 1st March 2024, 10 am – 12 pm.
Book via Eventbrite.
We've also included all of the exciting future training and free events we have planned throughout this month!
This programme will explore the 8 sensory systems and how the environment can impact on Autistic individuals.
The cost of this 3-hour programme is £50 To book you place on the webinar please either scan the QR code below or go to: www.theautismtrainingnetwork.com/training