CVSBEH have received funding from Hertfordshire Adult and Family Learning Service (HAFLS) to deliver a range of exciting training courses.
Digital Skills for Work – Monday, 25th January (4 week course, once a week)
Embroidery for Beginners – Tuesday, 26th January (6 week course, once a week)
Embroidery for Beginners – Thursday, 28th January (6 week course, once a week)
Getting Ready for Work – Friday, 5th February (4 week course, once a week)
In the absence of being able to deliver all of our sessions face-to-face, we have developed a selection of online versions of our other HAFLS courses:
Community Learning Induction
Staying Safe Online
Microsoft Word for Beginners
Microsoft PowerPoint for Beginners
Microsoft Excel for Beginners
HAFLS are launching many free online courses during this time, click here for more information.
Learn more about our partnership with Hertfordshire Adult & Learning Services (HAFLS)
Hertfordshire Community Foundation (HCF)
Our regular training calendar here at CVSBEH would usually include courses funded by Hertfordshire Community Foundation (HCF). They can help develop personal and professional skills through low cost training courses for voluntary and community groups in the Districts of Broxbourne & East Herts – including paid staff and volunteers.
Following updated Government advice about coronavirus all face-to-face HCF training courses have been postponed until further notice.
Please call 0300 123 1034 or email should you like any help or further information. You can also sign up to our Local Training and Events mailing list to get information on future courses sent directly to your inbox by clicking here.
Other Useful Online Training
Home Learning and Mental Health – Useful tools to help and educate your children and students during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Mental Health First Aid & Advocacy in the Workplace – A Mental Health First Aid course available on behalf of Free Staff Training
Catering for the COVID-19 Crisis – This document will train you in how to make easy recipes with the staples in your cupboards.