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Scotland's Budget 2017

This annual briefing analyses the state of the economy, the public finances and the options open to the Scottish Finance Minister as the Scottish Government prepares for its Budget later in the month.

Tue 26th Sep 2017

Morton Fraser Lawyers

Dealing With Debt and Mental Health

Debt and mental health are closely linked. This seminar considers how Scotland's public and private sectors can learn from effective debt management processes currently being used in the private sector - particularly by banks - to deliver better debt collection rates, protect mental health and safeguard a creditor's reputation.

Tue 13th Jun 2017

Morton Fraser Lawyers

Reporting Obligations Under the Children and Young People Act

This seminar will be led by Tam Baillie, former Scotland Commissioner for Children and Young People. It will explain what is required by the reporting obligations under the Children and Young People Act. It will address key elements of reporting compliance with the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child, what information to baseline - and how - in preparation for the Children’s Rights Report and it will consider how best to produce a Children’s Rights Report and how to monitor and improve future development of children’s rights.

Wed 15th Mar 2017

Glasgow

Brodies - Glasgow

Scotland's Budget 2016

This annual briefing will analyse the state of the economy, the public finances and the options open to the Scottish Finance Minister as the Scottish Government prepares for its Budget later in the month.

Tue 13th Sep 2016

Morton Fraser Lawyers

Social Media Training - 17th August 2015: How to get started, how to do it well

Social media is easy to use, cheap and effective - but only if you know what you are doing. This training seminar is led by an expert who can provide excellent training precisely because he uses social media himself in his every day work. He reaches four million people a week - how many could he help you reach?

Mon 17th Aug 2015

Anderson Strathern

Social Media Training: How to get started, how to do it well

Social media is easy to use, cheap and effective - but only if you know what you are doing. This training seminar is led by an expert who can provide excellent training precisely because he uses social media himself in his every day work. He reaches four million people a week - how many could he help you reach?

18 June 2015

Anderson Strathern

Public sector revenue generation (Edinburgh): creating surpluses, retaining services, protecting jobs

Edinburgh: A series of regional interactive half-day training workshops providing participants with ideas on how their department or their organisation can grasp income generating opportunities.

Fri 25th Apr 2014

Ernst & Young Offices

Public sector revenue generation (Glasgow): creating surpluses, retaining services, protecting jobs

Glasgow: A series of regional interactive half-day training workshops providing participants with ideas on how their department or their organisation can grasp income generating opportunities.

Thu 5th Dec 2013

Glasgow

Ernst & Young Offices

Religious Observance: Is your school maximising its potential?

Well run and carefully planned Religious Observance has huge potential to help make sense of Curriculum for Excellence and be a place where young people are helped to understand who they are and what they might be.

Tue 13th Mar 2012

Ayr

Castlehill Parish Church

The Adults with Incapacity Act Seminar - Glasgow: What you need to know for compliance

Adult guardianship issues can be difficult, sensitive and challenging for those charged with the responsibility for a vulnerable person. The person comes across as capable but you’re not sure they truly are. How do you know, is there a test? What do you do in borderline capacity cases? Do you err on the side of capacity or incapacity? How do you balance safety with restriction of liberty? How do you ensure the person’s safety when they are unwilling to comply? These are just some of the dilemmas that face families and health and welfare professionals on a daily basis. In Scotland the ‘Adults with Incapacity Act’ is designed to help safeguard the welfare and finances of people who lack the capacity to look after themselves. For health and welfare professionals determining a person’s incapacity can involve extensive consultation with a wide range of professionals including local authority social work departments, the Office of the Public Guardian and the Mental Welfare Commission. With contributions from the Public Guardian, senior healthcare and legal practitioners and patient representatives, each interactive half-day training seminar aims to provide participants with an outline of guardianship and ‘Power of Attorney’ issues and a thorough understanding of when and how to apply the ‘Adults with Incapacity Act’.

Thu 9th Feb 2012

Glasgow

Brodies LLP - Glasgow

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