Led by - Ray Nolan Trafficking in Human Beings (THB) is the movement and control of people by force, coercion or deception with the aim of exploiting the victim, most often for sexual or labour exploitation though amongst others may also include; debt bondage, domestic servitude, organ harvesting, forced marriage, child soldiering, street begging, etc.
Gain valuable information and advice from three experts on achieving phenomenal success for your business at our FREE seminar When? Tuesday 28 February 2012 Doors open at 6pm for networking, followed by presentations from 6.
Do you or your staff work with families on a one to one basis, providing support and information to help them with their every-day family life? Do you provide financial or benefit support or advice to families? Would you benefit from increasing your knowledge of Working Tax Credit, Child Tax Credit and the Childcare element? Our half-day training course aims to provide professionals with the knowledge and tools to enable them to confidently support a family which has questions about tax credits and the possible levels of support which could be available to them.
As part of the 2012 Fairtrade Fortnight, Sheffield Hallam University supported by wine merchant Bibendum, invites you to join us in sampling a selection of Fairtrade wines whilst hearing about how you and your organisation can effectively support Fairtrade principles.
This FREE workshop hosted in conjunction with Peel & Shaw Consulting and accreditation specialists SGS will help you understand how an ISO 14001 Environmental Management System (EMS) can be used to drive both commercial and environmental performance improvement in your organisation.
The Fruit Tree Business Growth Club is an organisation that helps business owners to succeed quicker and easier by connecting like minded business owners together to help each other and then providing a business coaching curriculum delivered by a large range of specialists.
The new Sheffield Small Business Forum is proud to host their first event, in association with Sheffield Chamber, targeting businesses with up to 50 employees.