Information in the “Academia & Education” Category
Looking Out For Each Other - Conference
The Northern launch of the findings of an assessment of the scale of and need for informal advocacy in local communities.
Wednesday 1st February 2017 at The Quaker Meeting House, Liverpool One
Volunteering with Non-Profits
If you are interested in having a student volunteer you are invited to a Market Place event at the University of Liverpool, to meet the students and show-case volunteering opportunities in your organisation.
This will take place on Wednesday 26th October and a small fee of £10 per display table.
Centre For Public Health
CPH is part of the Faculty of Education, Health & Community at Liverpool John Moores University. We offer expertise in a range of methodologies including health research, evaluation, systematic reviews, surveillance, audit, epidemiology and statistics. CPH draws from a wide range of Honorary Lecturers and Professors based in the health services and other public bodies, both in the UK and abroad, in order to support multi-disciplinary approaches to public health.
The Future of Assistive Technology Summit and Exhibition
“If we can empower and support people with long-term conditions to remain in or return to work, individuals, employers, and society as a whole will all reap the rewards.” - Cathy Garner, Chair of the Fit for Work Coalition."
UCAS - Students With Disabilities
The UCAS website provides useful information for students with disabilities, and helps to provide guidance. UCAS provide videos to help answer your questions and give you valuable advice.
Visit the UCAS website by clicking "visit website" below.
Primary Futures is a new free resource for state primary schools that brings literacy and numeracy to life, broadens horizons for school children and links their learning to their futures.
Volunteers pledge one hour a year to visit a school near home or work to talk about their job or profession.
Knowledge Hub is the free-to-join digital collaboration platform for social good. Members and communities can connect and exchange knowledge, ideas, insight and experience to drive productivity and improve public services. The secure environment offers easy-to-use, collaborative tools to help members keep up to date with current thinking, save time and money by learning from others, inspire innovations and create new ways of working.
SSPC Mentorship Programme
The Mentorship programme aims to assist Sociology, Social Policy and Criminology students to develop their skills, knowledge and personal attributes that will help them to secure and be successful in their future careers.