Calendar of Events

Jobs & How to Get Them Event - Caithness

Feb
10th

Whether you're employed, unemployed, leaving school, college or university - Caithness Jobs Event is for You! Find out about: Current and future jobs direct from employers The skills required for these jobs Local training providers Funding options available Get assistance with: CV health check Personal skills profile Promote…

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Jobs & How to Get Them Event - Sutherland

Feb
2nd

Whether you’re employed, unemployed, leaving school, college or university this free event is for you! Taking place at the Dornoch Academy on Friday 2nd February from 9:00am-13:30pm Find out about: Current and future jobs direct from employers The skills required for these jobs Local training providers Funding…

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Autism Network Scotland - Consultation Event

Dec
5th

The Scottish Strategy for Autism is being reviewed.  You are invited to join us in Inverness at the Jury’s Inn, Millburn Road on Tuesday, 5th December to help shape the priorities for 2018 onwards. FORMAT FOR THE DAY: Morning Session:  Autistic young people, adults, parents and carers 10:1…

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Inverness Soup is back!

Nov
23rd

Our Fourth Inverness Soup event is a live crowd funding experience. Come along and for a minimum donation of £5 where you will enjoy up to four pitches from community groups all asking you to vote for them. After you have heard their pitches you will enjoy a delicious bowl…

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Caberfeidh Horizons -  Transition & Training Project “The Working Party”

Nov
17th

Aged 16 or over? Looking for work? Thinking about college? Or just wondering what to do next? Then why not come along to the "Working Party". On Friday the 17th of November from 2pm to 5pm (Last Entry 4.15pm)at Grantown-on-Spey YM. Wondering about setting up your own small business? Not…

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Please Note: There will be some instances where funding will be required to access a service listed in this directory. Application for this requires to be made following appropriate Highland Council and/or NHS assessment for Adult Services and consequent resource allocation procedures. Further information on accessing services can be obtained from your local Adult Services Team.