Current thinking in GSRD Therapy is the first part of a 2-day workshop with Silva Neves, who will present the essential knowledge therapists need to have to practice confidently and efficiently with clients with gender, sex, sexuality and relationship diversity (GSRD). You can attend just this workshop or you can attend both workshops, it is entirely up to you. If you would like to book both days please also book GSRD - Queerness and Polyamory . Over the years, offering therapy with a GSRD focus was a set of “special theories for a special population” but as the modern population self-identifies with more diverse gender, sexual and relationship identities, GSRD therapy has now become a modality of its own.
The North East Workforce Skills Programme and the University of Sunderland are hosting a Dedicated Small Business Conference on 11th September 2023.
University of Sunderland are looking to procure short course Continuous Professional Development (CPD) for Menopause Training. The provision will need to be delivered within the Developed area of the North East LEP (Northumberland and Tyne and Wear), and all work must be complete and claimed prior to the 31st December 2023. The maximum value for this opportunity is £24,999 inclusive of VAT. All Submissions need to be emailed to Jackie Nicholson Jackie.firstname.lastname@example.org no later than Close of Business on 7th July 2023. All submissions will be assessed by an assessment panel within the University and all applicants will be notified no later than Friday 10th July 2023.
The North East Workforce Skills Programme and the University of Sunderland are hosting a conference on Neurodiversity in Therapeutic Spaces 2023 on 1st September 2023.
Less than a year left to access ESF fully funded training… There is now less than a year left to access training through the North East Workforce Skills Programme, a multi-million European Social Fund (ESF) project led by the University of Sunderland.
Seta and TDR Training are offering a wide range of courses to enable engineers within Tyne and Wear and Northumberland to upskill.
One year on the North East Workforce Skills Programme, a European Social Fund (ESF) project worth nearly £15 million and our consortium partners are encountering a few myths about the training that’s available.
One year on and a multi-million European Social Fund (ESF) project led by the University of Sunderland is proving to be a vital component in investing in one of the regions greatest economic assets – its people.
Lisa Smith (ACMA), Chief Financial Officer at Bishop Wilkinson Catholic Education Trust recently undertook some fully funded training through the North East Workforce Skills programme with Access Training. In an interview with Lisa, she explains her experience.