GAVS’ new training programme January to June 2010 is now finalised and you are welcome to book your place.
Please find the training programme brochure here:
You can also download a fill in PDF of the training booking form here:
Once you have completed the booking form, save it on your computer and then email it back to email@example.com.
If you can’t download the documents, would like to have a hard copy of the training brochure, or need additional booking forms please contact Katha at the GAVS office; also if you have any questions about the training, booking, or downloading the documents.
All GAVS members will receive their hard copy of the training brochure in the post.
Please note: If you are unable to attend a course you have booked, please notify GAVS as soon as possible, and at least 24 hours in advance of the training. If you do not attend a course you have booked two times without notifying GAVS first, you won’t be able to book any more training.
The Health and Well-Being Voluntary Sector Forum exists to ensure regular effective communication amongst voluntary sector organisations providing health and well-being related services and activities in Greenwich, and to consult on issues affecting the sector in the planning of local services, currently with a particular focus on the personalisation agenda.
Membership is made up of Voluntary Sector Organisations providing services relating to Health and Well-being. A pilot meeting was held in June 2009 at Greenwich West Community and Arts Centre, and was attended by 14 organisations. The first official meeting was held at Woolwich Town Hall in September 2009.
The next meeting on 2nd December in the Forum at Greenwich, 2.00pm-4.00pm, will focus on increasing awareness of what activities and services each member provides.
The Voluntary Sector Leaders’ Forum will take place on 16th November 9.30am -2pm at Public Hall, behind the Woolwich Town Hall.
It will focus on ‘The voice of Greenwich’s Voluntary Sector’. The Chief Executive of Barking and Dagenham CVS will be speaking, there will be workshop discussions and an update on the Council’s commissioning process will be provided. If you are interested, please notify Katie at the GAVS office.