Posts Tagged 'volunteer'

Change is in the air at the ELPF

I’m sorry to announce that Tamara Gill has decided to step down as a co-chair of the ELPF. Tamara has been involved with the ELPF since its inception and was the last ‘original’ chair. That said, with change comes opportunity so here is yours – we want you to get involved! David Carter (Children & Families Social Worker) has volunteered to co-chair (Welcome David!) so we now have representation from Criminal Justice, Community Care and Children & Families Social Work. We are always looking for support and if you could spare a few hours PER YEAR to make a contribution, be that taking a minute of a meeting or organising a meeting, we would love to hear from you. You can contact us on @ELPFonline, via Contact Us on this site or localpractitionerforum@edinburgh.gov.uk. The ELPF can only exist whilst practitioners are actively involved. We would particularly like some ongoing representation from workers in the voluntary sector.

Hoping to hear from you!

Ciara

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Call for Volunteers!

Hi everyone

The ELPF is looking for a co-chair (or two) to share the running of the forum. The workload is minimal – organising one forum meeting per year and consulting with the other chairs on meeting agendas/burning issues and/or taking responsibility for a response to a consultation or to a query. We meet four times a year, for a morning. The ELPF, and involvement in the same, is fully supported by our Chief Social Work Officer Michelle Miller.

Please get in touch – without your support the ELPF cannot function!

Ciara and Aisling


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City Chambers Business Centre 09.30 - 12.30April 10th, 2019
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