This short video provides an overview of the work of the programme, and this leaflet also provides a simple guide to SICAP.
Facilitated by Paula Leonard – Lead, National Community Action on Alcohol Programme, Alcohol Forum (In collaboration with Community Action on Alcohol North-side)
This workshop would be relevant to a wide cross section of the community. Including: Parents /Carers, those who work or volunteer across the communities of Knocknaheeny, Hollyhill, Gurranabraher & Churchfield.
It would be of particular interest to key local workers such as: Teachers, Community Health Workers, Youth Workers, Community Drug & Alcohol Workers, Gardai etc.
WHEN: Thursday May 19th 2017
VENUE: Knocknaheeny Youth Centre, Hollyhill, Shopping Centre (Supervalu).
Registration & Tea / Coffee 2.00pm Workshop 2.30 – 4.30pm
To book a place on this workshop contact: Jacqueline Daly 021 – 4302310 / 087- 1962030 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Cork’s Lifelong Learning Festival promotes and celebrates learning of all kinds, across all ages, interests and abilities, from pre-school to post retirement.
Please see full list of Cork City Partnership events in Corks 2017 Lifelong Learning Festival.
- Modern Devices: How To Use A Tablet – Knocknaheeny Community Building Mon 3rd April 10am – 11am
- Digital Photography Workshop – Knocknaheeny Community Building Mon 3rd April 11am – 12pm
- Community Art Exhibition – City Centre Library Mon 3rd April to Sat 8th April 10am – 5.30pm
- Planter Boxes Demonstration – 46 A Spriggs Road, Gurranabraher Mon 3rd April 2pm- 4pm
- Modern Devices: How To Use A Tablet – CCP Outreach Office, 6 Imaal Court, The Glen Mon 3rd April 3pm -4.30pm
- Billy’s Choice Play (with CLDAT) Terence Mc Sweeney Community College Mon 3rd April 6.30pm -8pm
- Flower Arranging – Knocknaheeny Community Building Tues. 4th April 10.30am – 12pm
- Exhibition – Community Art in The Glucksman – UCC Tues 4th & Wed 5th April 10am – 5pm
- Arts and Crafts Exhibition – Knocknaheeny Community Building Tues 4th April to Fri 7th April, 10am – 4pm
- Tony Humphreys Talk On Psychological Development and Learning – Tues 4th April 10.30am – 12.30pm
- Knocknaheeny Community Building
- Arts & Crafts Exhibition – Blackpool Library Tues. 4th April to Sat. 8th April 10am-5pm
- Bake and Eat Workshop – CCP Outreach Office, 6 Imaal Court, The Glen Tues 4th April 10am – 12pm
- Modern Devices: How To Use A Tablet – Togher Community Centre Tues 4th April 1pm – 2pm
- Friendly Call Cork Information Desks – Blackpool Library Tues 4th April 11am -3pm
- Cooking Demonstration – Knocknaheeny Community Building, Wed 5th April 10am – 12pm
- Grow Your Own Workshop – Knocknaheeny Community Building Wed 5th April 7pm – 8.30pm
- Alcohol Info Pod – Hollyhill Library, Knocknaheeny Wed 5th April 2pm – 4.30pm
- Alco Info Pod – Merchants Quay Shopping Centre Wed 5th April 2pm – 4.30pm
- Friendly Call Cork Information Desks – Cork City Hall Foyer Wed 5th April 11am-3pm
- Easter Crafts Workshop – 46A Spriggs Road, Gurranabraher Thurs 6th April 11am – 1pm
- Introduction to Hand Massage Workshop – 26 Bridevalley Park, Fairhill, Thurs. 6th April 10.30am – 12.30pm
- Men’s Shed Window Box Planting– CCP Outreach Office, 6 Imaal Court, The Glen Thurs 6th April 10am – 12pm
- Friendly Call Cork Information Desks – Hollyhill Library Thurs 6th April 11am -3pm
- Talk on the Battle of the Somme – Knocknaheeny Community Building Fri 7th April 11am – 12.30pm
- Modern Devices: How To Use A Tablet – St. Josephs Community Centre, Mayfield Fri 7th April 2pm – 3.30pm
- Mindfulness – CCP Outreach Office, 6 Imaal Court, The Glen Fri 7th April 10am – 12pm
- Alcohol Info Pod – Blackpool Shopping Centre, Fri 7th April 11am – 1pm and 2pm – 4pm
- Friendly Call Cork Information Desks – Grand Parade Library Fri 7th April 11am-3pm
What work will the PPN do?
Every local authority in Ireland is required to have a PPN. Our PPN is designed to encourage the city’s many communities to contribute to the making and implementing of decisions and policies which impact upon them and the areas where they live. The PPN is also an important tool for the City Council to keep in touch with communities. So, not only will PPN representatives go to City Hall to have the voices of the network heard, Cork City Council will also call on the PPN to elect persons from its membership when input is required.
The network will also work to anticipate policy being developed by the Council and ensure that our members can participate in this process and influence the outcome. Our membership has a wealth of combined knowledge and expertise and the network will do all it can to make sure that this is taken into account by our elected representatives and policy makers. The PPN will also work hard to help member organisations to achieve their objectives. This might mean creating opportunities for peer to peer support and learning, organising training in grant applications, using social media or fundraising or holding themed events to raise public awareness around a certain issue.
The great strength of our network lies in our membership. By joining up, you will meet committed people from across the community, volunteer, social inclusion and environmental sectors, learn from them and share your experiences and knowledge.
What are the benefits to my organisation?
Experience an exciting new process of inclusion, democracy and participation
Make your voice heard in decision making and policy development
Learn from other groups and share your ideas and best practice with them
Take advantage of training and capacity building which will help your group’s work
Find out first about project and funding opportunities
Raise the profile of your work and the work of the community and voluntary, social inclusion and environmental sectors in Cork City!
Who can join the PPN?
Cork City PPN wants to increase its membership and to hear from as many voices as possible.
Your group can register if you answer ‘Yes’ to the following questions:
Is your group active in Cork City?
Is your group comprised of more than 5 people?
Has your group been in existence for more than 6 months?
Is your group open to new members?
Does your group hold regular meetings-i.e. more than once every two months?
Is your group non-party political and non-sectarian?
Does your group operate on a not-for-profit basis?
Is your group interested in working towards more than a single issue?
The network cannot accept membership applications from political parties, businesses, trade unions or any group which denies membership on the basis of gender, family status, religion, sexual orientation, age, race, disability or membership of the traveller community or race. Not sure whether your group is eligible to join?
Want to find out more? Want to register straight away?
Please get in touch!
This course is a resource to help individuals or parents to understand themselves in relationship, & develop negotiation skills and techniques.
Course takes place over 4 weeks, 1 session per week from 10am to 12 noon. 8th, 15th, 22nd & 29th March 2017.
Understand Ourselves In Relationship Course Details.
Session 1: Understanding relationship
Session 2: Dealing with difference
Session 3: Talking it out
Session 4: Working it out
Closing Date 23rd February 2017
There are two types of grants:
- The Community Development Capital Grant is for Community Associations in Cork City for works of a capital or major building maintenance nature, to be applied for on the Capital Grant application form provided.
- The Community Development Project Grant is for small scale programme activities for any community group in Cork City to be applied for on the Project Grant application form provided. This is once off funding for small scale programmes and is not intended to be an annual source of funding.
Application form Community Dev PROJECT Grant 2017
Policy Criteria for Community Grants 2017
EXPLORE – Positive Working Choices
This course is aimed at people who are interested in seeking employment in the RETAIL, CUSTOMER SERVICES & HOSPITALITY SECTOR.
The RETAIL & CUSTOMER SERVICE TRAINING PROGRAMME allows participants to expand their prospects of employment in the Retail, Hospitality and Customer Care sector (call centres etc.). The content includes RETAIL & CUSTOMER SERVICES TECHNIQUE/PRODUCT KNOWLEDGE/CUSTOMER SERVICE/COMMUNICATION/POS – RETAIL PAY PROCEDURES/PERSONAL EFFECTIVENESS/BEST PRACTICES UTILISED IN SELLING.
The aim of the training is to provide the knowledge and skills which will be both useful and beneficial in any Retail & Customer Service environment. It will enhance the learner’s prospects of entering this sector with the confidence and competence to work at a high level.
Course commences 22nd Feb until 15th March, 2017, every Tues/Wed/Thurs from 10am to 1pm
Download details below
Retail & Customer Services Training Programme
Contact Clare on 087 144263 or email email@example.com
This Spring we are offering 34 community education courses across the City – courses range from Personal Development, Aromotherapy and Body Products, to Spanish, Creative Writing and Internet browsing/ emailing. A full description of course details and booking information is on this link CCP Spring Community Education Brochure 2017
Our Education Programme commencing in January 2017 is now available to download CCP Spring Community Education Brochure 2017
We will be running course in different areas of Cork city including Churchfield/Gurranabraher, City Centre/Southside, Fairhill/Farranree, Knocknaheeney, Mayfield and the Glen.
Community Education Courses 2017 include:
- Basic Computers & Email
- Women’s Wellbeing Courses
- Cooking on a Budget
- Preparing to be Parents
- Digital Photography for Beginners
- Community Craft
We also run accredited courses aimed at increasing an individuals potential to attain employment. These courses include Manual Handling, Safe Pass, Occupational First Aid, Internet Skills (Level 3), Computer Literacy (Level 3)
We are delivering courses as part of the Social Inclusion and Community Activation Programme(SICAP) in Cork City (2015-2017)
The Social Inclusion and Community Activation Programme is funded by the Irish Government and co-funded by the European Social Fund and includes a special allocation under the Youth Employment Initiative.
Call into the Community Outreach Offices for further information
Friendly Call Cork and Cork City Partnership of funds raised by Lord Mayor’s Christmas Concert were Barry Woods, Jacqui Sweeney, Lord Mayor of Cork Cllr. Chris O’Leary, Teresa Stokes, Brenda Barry, Marian Hodder and Seamus Hennessy.
Pic Daragh Mc Sweeney/Provision
Friendly Call Cork, a programme under the remit of Cork City Partnership, was recently honoured with a substantial donation awarded to them in Cork City Hall.
On 31st March, Cork City Lord Mayor Cllr. Chris O’Leary presented the team of Friendly Call Cork with a donation of €3,000 from proceeds of the Lord Mayor’s Charity Ball & Christmas Concert. Friendly Call Cork is absolutely delighted to have received this funding.