supporting, developing and representing community groups,
voluntary organisations, social enterprises and volunteering
Fife Voluntary Action is running a new series of learning events...with a twist!
Lunchtime Learning sessions will be held from 12:00 - 13:00. These are short training sessions focusing on quick messaging and short, 'chunky' learning outcomes for participants/learners. They will be a chance to catch up on topics integral to the provision of our services.
In the third sector, we are all getting busier and busier and have learned to adapt rapidly to changing circumstances- the COVID-19 crisis has taught us that we are even more resilient, creative and adaptable than we thought. An extra hour here and there spent developing the team no longer seems awkward to most of us, so we hope you will be able to fit these sessions into your hectic schedules.
Fuel Poverty and How to Help Your Clients Delivered by Bruce McCall, Cosy Kingdom
Date: Thursday 28 October Time: 12:00 - 1:00pm Venue: Zoom - booking is essential as the link will be only be sent to registered participants on the day of the event.
Participants at this session will gain an overview of fuel poverty in Fife, including:
The session will cover:
What fuel poverty is: the causes, effects and who is at risk
Fuel poverty in the current context: fuel poverty in Fife, the impact of COVID-19 pandemic and rising energy prices
How to identify the signs of fuel poverty in the people you work with
How Cosy Kingdom's energy advice service supports people in Fife who are experiencing fuel poverty