Ymgynghoriad ar strategaeth y gweithlu

Ymgynghoriad ar strategaeth y gweithlu / Consultation on the workforce strategyFel y byddech yn ymwybodol, mae Gofal Cymdeithasol Cymru ac Addysg a Gwella Iechyd Cymru wedi bod yn cydweithio i ddatblygu Strategaeth Gweithlu ar gyfer Iechyd a Gofal. Yn cydweithio gydag ein partneriaid, y Sefydliad Gofal Cyhoeddus, Prifysgol Oxford Brookes (IPC), rydym yn dechrau ar gyfnod ymgynghori'r ddogfen ddrafft.

Mae'r dogfennau ymgynghori bellach yn fyw a byddant tan 18 Medi 2019. Gallwch agor y ddogfen ag ymateb trwy ddilyn y ddolen hon

https://www.smartsurvey.co.uk/s/heiw-scw-consultation/

Defnyddiwch y botymau Tudalen Nesaf / Blaenorol i lywio drwy'r arolwg gan osgoi botymau cefn / blaen eich porwr. Ar waelod pob tudalen mae botwm ‘Arbed a Pharhau’ yn ddiweddarach ’os hoffech chi oedi. Gofynnir i chi am eich cyfeiriad e-bost i anfon dolen i gwblhau'r arolwg yn ddiweddarach. Peidiwch â chau'r porwr nes i chi wirio'ch e-bost ar gyfer y ddolen. Gallwch wneud yr arolwg ar unrhyw fath o ddyfais. Mae'n well defnyddio sgrin sy'n ddigon mawr i ddarllen y cwestiynau a rhywle lle mae eich cysylltiad rhwydwaith yn sefydlog ac yn annhebygol o gael ei ddatgysylltu (e.e. nid ar drên).

Os na allwch fynychu un o'r gweithdai ond fod gennych ddiddordeb mewn cymryd rhan yn y gwaith hwn, bydd cyfle i gymryd rhan mewn digwyddiad ar y we ar 26 Gorffennaf 10.00am neu 2 Medi 10.00am. Bydd y wefan yn oddeutu awr o hyd a bydd cyfle i chi roi eich mewnbwn a'ch barn. Os ydych yn ymuno un o'r gweminarau byddem yn dal i groesawu ymateb ffurfiol i'r ymgynghoriad gennych chi neu'ch sefydliad.

Mae'r dolenni canlynol yn rhoi manylion ar amseroedd, yn ogystal ag arweiniad ar y ffordd orau o gael mynediad i'r y gwe-gynhadleddau:

https://ipc.brookes.ac.uk/events/webinar.html

Unwaith eto, hoffwn ddiolch i chi o flaen llaw am gymryd rhan yn ystod y cyfnod hwn o’r gwaith. Os oes gennych unrhyw ymholiadau am y digwyddiadau, anfonwch e-bost at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Am unrhyw gwestiynau eraill cysylltwch â This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  neu This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  yn y lle cyntaf.

Consultation on the workforce strategy

As you will be aware, Social Care Wales and Health Education and Improvement Wales have been working together to develop a Workforce Strategy for Health and Care.  Together with our partners, the Institute of Public Care, Oxford Brookes University (IPC) we are now entering the consultation phase of the draft document. 

The consultation documents are now live and will be until 18 September 2019. You can access the document and provide your response by following this linkhttps://www.smartsurvey.co.uk/s/heiw-scw-consultation/

Use the Next/Previous Page buttons to navigate through the survey avoiding your browser back/forward buttons.  At the bottom of each page is a ‘Save and Continue Later’ button if you would like to pause.  You will be asked for your email address to send a link to complete the survey at a later date. Do not close the browser until you have checked your email for the link.  You can do the survey on any type of device. It’s best to use a screen large enough to comfortably read the questions and somewhere where your network connection stable and not likely to be disconnected (e.g. not on a train).

There will be an opportunity to take part in a webinar event on either 26 July 10.00am or 2 September 10.00am. The webinar will be approximately one hour in duration and there will be an opportunity for you to provide your input and views. If you do access one of the webinars we would still welcome a formal response to the consultation from you or your organisation.

The following links provides details on the times of the webinars and also guidance on how best to access the webinar:

https://ipc.brookes.ac.uk/events/webinar.html

Once again, can I thank you in anticipation of your involvement in this phase of work. If you have any queries about the webinars, please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

For any other questions please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.orThis email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.in the first instance

(Via Faculty of Life Sciences and Education, University of South Wales)

Launch of Measuring the Mountain’s story gathering for 2019/20.

Building on what we found out last year, we would like to hear from anyone with a story to share about their recent experience of being a carer or of needing care and support services in Wales.  The stories can be whatever someone would like to share with us – good, bad, interesting, not so interesting - whatever stands out for them, or is recent and fresh in their mind (you can find examples of stories that were shared with us last year on our website www.mtm.wales/resources). 

Please can you promote MtM to people you work with – your support is vital to helping us reach the diverse people and communities in Wales who need care and support services, and who are carers.  We want to hear from as many people as we can so that we really understand what people’s experiences are like, what’s working well and what could be improved.

You can access our story-survey herehttps://tinyurl.com/y62bed74  – and by following the link on our website www.mtm.wales / www.mym.cymru

We will be collecting stories until May 31st 2020, after which we will analyse the stories and share our findings with Welsh Government, organisations and people across Wales. 

Ways you can get involved:

  • Share your story about social care – it takes around 10 minutes
  • Help others to share their stories (check www.mtm.wales/resources or contact Katie for more info)
  • Invite us to an event, meeting or activity so that we can run a story-sharing workshop or drop-in
  • Tell people about the project and share the links above

Attached to this email are:

  • The paper version of SenseMaker for anyone who can’t access the online one or would prefer to use the paper one – please contact Katie to discuss returning completed paper copies
  • A quick guide to completing SenseMaker (the page numbers reference the online version)
  • An overview sheet about the project and sharing a story
  • An article for use in newsletters or on websites etc – please also circulate this email to anyone who might be interested.

All of the above are available in Welsh from Katie and from www.mym.cymru/adnoddau

We want to hear your stories 

SenseMaker quick guide

MtM overview for organisations

MtM Story Gathering application

We are very pleased to announce the Comic Relief Community Fund in Wales is now open for applications.

Comic Relief and Third Sector Support Wales (TSSW) recognise the great work that community led organisations do across Wales and want to help organisations to build their own capacity in a sustainable and impactful way. Two types of grants are available:

-       Small grants £1,000 - £10,000

-       Large grants – organisational growth £30,000 - £60,000

The application window  is open from 22 July 2019 and the closing date  is 31 October 2019. 

 

The earliest projects can begin is the 1 January 2020

Projects should be completed by 31 March 2021.

Visit the TSSW website to read more about the fund and find out how to apply

 

Rydym yn falch iawn o gyhoeddi bod Cronfa Gymunedol Comic Relief yng Nghymru bellach ar agor i geisiadau.

Mae Comic Relief a rhwydwaith Cefnogi Trydydd Sector Cymru yn cydnabod y gwaith ardderchog y mae mudiadau cymunedol yn ei wneud ledled Cymru ac maent yn awyddus i helpu mudiadau i feithrin eu gallu mewn ffordd gynaliadwy ac effeithiol. Mae dau fath o grant ar gael:

-       Grantiau bach £1,000 - £10,000

-       Grantiau mawr – twf sefydliadol £30,000 - £60,000

Mae’r ffenestr ymgeisio ar agor rhwng 22 Gorffennaf 2019 ac 31 Hydref 2019.

 

Y cynharaf y gall prosiectau ddechrau yw 1 Ionawr 2020.

Dylid cwblhau prosiectau erbyn 31 Mawrth 2021.

Ewch ar wefan Cefnogi Trydydd Sector Cymrui gael gwybod mwy am y gronfa a sut i ymgeisio

Free Fundraising Coaching Support for Charities

Registered charities based in Wales with two or more members of staff and with a voluntary income of up to £100,000 – excluding grant income -  are invited to apply for fundraising support as part of the Institute of Fundraising’s Fundraising Health Check and Executive Coaching Project.

Successful charities will be matched with an experienced coach who will help them develop a new fundraising strategy, helping to increase their fundraising skills and knowledge.

The project’s supporters:

  • Loteri Genedlaethol Cronfa Gymunedol - National Lottery Community Fund
  • Cymdeithas Codi Arian Cymru - Institute of Fundraising Wales/Cymru
  • Richard Newton Consulting

For an information pack and application form please contact: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 02920 397 341.

http://www.richard-newton.co.uk/news/free-fundraising-coaching-support-for-charities/


Hyfforddiant Codi Arian ar gael yn Rhad ac am Ddim i Elusennau

Gwahoddir elusennau cofrestredig sydd â dau neu fwy o aelodau staff a gydag incwm gwirfoddol o hyd at £100,000 - ac eithrio incwm grant- i wneud cais am gymorth codi arian. Mae’r cymorth yn rhan o brosiect Archwiliad Iechyd Codi Arian a Hyfforddiant Gweithredol Cymdeithas Codi Arian Cymru.

Caiff elusennau llwyddiannus eu paru â hyfforddwr profiadol a fydd yn eu cynorthwyo i ddatblygu strategaeth codi arian newydd, ac o ganlyniad cynyddu eu gwybodaeth a sgiliau codi arian.

Cefnogwyr y prosiect:

  • Loteri Genedlaethol Cronfa Gymunedol - National Lottery Community Fund
  • Cymdeithas Codi Arian Cymru - Institute of Fundraising Wales/Cymru
  • Richard Newton Consulting

 

I dderbyn pecyn gwybodaeth a ffurflen gais cysylltwch: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. neu ffoniwch 02920 397 341.

http://www.richard-newton.co.uk/news/free-fundraising-coaching-support-for-charities/

Welsh Government Apprenticeship Scheme 2019

The Welsh Government is advertising up to 25 apprenticeship opportunities in August. Those successful will start to be placed in January 2020. We will be contacting you in due course with further details on where and how to access the application.

An apprenticeship is a great career choice whether you are leaving school or college, returning to work after starting a family or looking for a new career.

Working for the Welsh Government is unlike any other job in Wales. We have a wide variety of jobs on offer.


What are the benefits?

  • Earn £19,240 a year while you train.
  • Get 31 days holidays, 10 public holidays and flexible working arrangements to help you achieve a good work/life balance.
  • Study towards and gain a level 3 qualification (equivalent to A level)
  • Develop a range of skills.


What next?

  • Visit: The Welsh Government Talent Bank to register interest.
  • Attend one of the following open days to learn more:


Butetown Pavilion: 21 August (1pm – 5pm)

Grangetown Community Hub: 27 August (1pm – 5pm)

And you can browse through Welsh Government work and gain a better understanding of the civil service in Wales by visiting:

http://gov.wales/about/?lang=en