Argyll and Bute Child Protection Committee are offering “An Introduction to Child Protection Training 2018”. The training is free and open to people who work with children and families in a paid or voluntary role.
5th June 10am-3pm,
VC Mtg Room, Tobermory Council Building, Breadalbane Street
This Introduction to child protection training is aimed at the wider workforce, who as part of their job, are likely to come into contact with children, young people and their families. It can also be used as a first step to further training in child protection.
This session is designed to help staff and volunteers identify child protection concerns and know how to respond to fulfil their shared responsibilities of protecting children and safeguarding their wellbeing.
By the end of this training participants will:
- Understand what is meant by it’s everyone’s responsibility to protect children and know about the Getting It Right For Every Child approach.
- Be able to identify possible risks and signs of child abuse and neglect
- Know what to do if you are worried about a child or young person
- Know when to seek appropriate support/supervision and where to look for this.
To BOOK A PLACE:
Please book online at http://www.argyll-bute.gov.uk/social-care-and-health/child-protection-training-programme or email firstname.lastname@example.org. If you wish to discuss course content please contact Alex Honeyman, interagency trainer on 07833058953.
We are very excited to announce that we have started the formal process to purchase Ardura Forest. This is an amazing opportunity to do something a little differently with a strong focus on restoring the ancient woodlands that were replaced in the 1960’s by coniferous plantation. The photo below shows the old on the left and the plantation on the right…
Please feel free to send messages of support for the bid to email@example.com
We’ve set up a page on our website where you can keep up to date with all the latest information.
Mull Eagle Watch – 2018 season information
Mull Eagle Watch is open April to September 2018.
Where are we: We are at a new base this year and are being hosted by Craignure Golf Club (NM704384) on the outskirts of the village of Craignure (just over a mile from the Craignure ferry terminal). On booking you will be given more details about where and when to meet.
Booking: Booking is essential. Bookings and further information can be obtained from Visit Scotland at Craignure and by phone on 01680 812556. Each trip lasts about one and a half hours. Trips will run at 11am and 2pm, Sunday – Friday (closed on Saturdays)
Price: Adult tickets (including RSPB members) cost £8. If you’re under 16, your ticket costs £4. A family ticket (2 adults and 2 children) costs £20. If you live on Mull, it’s free. Please pay the ranger on the day by cash or cheque (‘Mull & Iona Community Trust’). Sorry, we don’t have a card machine at the moment.
What should I bring:Wet weather gear is best (just in case) as are practical shoes as the trip involves a short walk along the edge of the golf course.
Extra info: toilets and refreshments available on site. Dogs welcome on trips.
Mull Eagle Watch is brought to you with the help of Forestry Commission Scotland, Mull and Iona Community Trust, Police Scotland, Scottish Natural Heritage, RSPB Scotland Craignure Golf Club, the local community and volunteers.
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Read about us on the Green Tourism website.
We have several storage containers available for short and long term rental in Craignure, with immediate entry. Please give us a call in the office if you’re interested. 01680 812900
***PLEASE NOTE THE CLOSING DATE FOR THIS POST HAS NOW PASSED***
We are looking for a volunteer assistant ranger for 3 months full time beginning late May. This is a great opportunity to develop skills and experience in nature conservation and rangering. The role is based in the south of Mull and involves assisting with varied tasks over a number of island sites including Iona and Staffa. Tasks will include wildlife survey work, delivery of education projects and public events programme, providing information to visitors, practical maintenance. Accommodation and some travel costs will be covered.
You must show enthusiasm for wildlife and the great outdoors. Some knowledge/experience in the relevant field would be useful but more important is flexibility, good communication skills, an ability to work under your own initiative, and a desire to learn. You will need to be willing and able to work inside or outside in all weathers, including some lone working in rugged coastal terrain. Some weekend/evening hours will be required.
Please contact Emily Wilkins for more information and an application form (no CVs please).
Closing date: 9am Wednesday 14th March 2018
Interview date: week of 26th March