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Webinar - Deal or no deal: are we ready for the end of the transition period? 


The Wales Civil Society Forum on Brexit, the Brexit Civil Society Alliance, the Human Rights Consortium and the Human Rights Consortium Scotland are pleased to invite you to our next webinar in the Brexit, Devolution and Rights series – this time focusing on how prepared the UK is for the end of the transition period. Please see below for further details

3 December 2020, 3.30pm - 4.30pm

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Level Up: Working in Tech 2020

Wednesday 18 November, 9.30am - 3.30pm 
Platform: Zoom Meetings 

Following on from the huge success of ‘Wales Tech Week’ in July, Technology Connected in partnership with Working Wales, now invite you to join them for ‘Level Up: Working in Tech 2020’ which will take place on Wednesday 18 November 2020.

This unique, online event, will focus on the career and training opportunities available in the technology sector in Wales. It will especially look to assist those who may have become displaced as a result of the Coronavirus pandemic – undergraduates, graduates, those facing redundancy and those who are considering retraining and/or moving into a completely new sector.

Through panel sessions, special guest interviews and specialist, facilitated breakout rooms, attendees will learn about career routes into technology, retraining opportunities and advice from those who have made the transition into the industry from other sectors.

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Webinar: EU Settlement Scheme

Helping EU, EEA and Swiss citizens to secure their rights to stay in the UK

EU, EEA and Swiss citizens who want to stay in the UK beyond 31 December 2020 will need to apply to the EU Settlement Scheme (EUSS) by 30 June 2021. The Welsh Government is working with a number of organisations in Wales to offer free advice and support for any EU, EEA and Swiss citizen living in Wales, to ease concerns about applying and to help bust some myths about the process.

Newfields Law and TGP Cymru will be delivering a webinar on 26 November for voluntary organisations, many of whom will work with vulnerable EU citizens who may not have applied to the scheme yet. The webinar will cover the key details of the EUSS and the application process, and it will provide information about how you can signpost and refer EU citizens to the support that’s most relevant to their specific needs.
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Webinar: Data Cymru

With EU funding coming to an end and the economic downturn caused by Covid-19, competition for funding is going to increase considerably. Organisations need to make sure their grant applications and business plans are informed by valuable evidence to show why they need the funding and the difference it will make.

This webinar will show you how to use information, available through Data Hub Cymru, to improve and add weight to your grant applications and business plans.

In this session, Data Hub Cymru will:
  • demonstrate some of the websites and tools they offer
  • provide an overview of the different data sources that paint a picture of Welsh communities
  • show how you can use some of the data to support your work
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