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Social Media Marketing: How to Profit in a Digital World

Tuesday 3 July, 9.30am - 3.00pm Barry Community Enterprise Centre Cost: £85 (price includes a light lunch) An advanced social media workshop which will help equip you to develop and implement an effective social media strategy, co-ordinate social media activity and maximise engagement.

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Seventh GDPR briefing session arranged by GVS

Due to unprecedented demand (all 6 sessions are sold out), we are arranging another session to look at GDPR as follows:- Thursday, April 26th 2018 – 10am to 12.00 noon Barry Community Enterprise Centre, Skomer Road, BARRY CF62 9DA Cost: £10.00 including light refreshments The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is due to come into force on 25 May 2018.

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Employers legal obligations for first aid provision

Every employer in the UK, regardless of the size of the company, is legally obliged to plan for the provision of first aid at work. Employers must make sure that someone is always available to give or arrange first aid. This applies if the designated first aider is absent for any reason. First aiders must have a valid first aid training certificate. It is not a legal requirement that all employers have a fully trained first aider, but someone must be appointed to take charge of first aid in the workplace.

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RNIB Cymru's Online Today project is offering free training

The training will equip staff, volunteers and professionals working within the community with the knowledge, confidence and understanding to help people with sight loss access the benefits of being online and show them that, despite sight loss, partially sighted and blind people can access, use and enjoy all aspects of the internet too.

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