Youthlink Scotland is developing resources around cyber resilience to help people think about and protect themselves from risks online.

They want to hear from organisations to inform the development of the resources. The resources are being created to guide the building of conversations and learning opportunities about cyber resilience into youth work, adult learning, community work, support work and more. They will help non-formal learning practitioners to support communities, learners and young people they work with have a stronger understanding of cyber resilient behaviour.

The views of practitioners and learners, including community organisation, are being sought to inform the resources – fill in the survey by
Friday 25 January.

This study will determine whether or not mobile abattoirs would be viable in Scotland by providing detailed research of all aspects of what would be required, including the impact mobile abattoirs would have on the viability of existing processing facilities and supply chains.

This is a procurement exercise run by the Scottish Government. The full procurement documents are available here

For more information contact: bridget.mcgee@gov.scot 

The closting date for tender submission is 20/02 at 12:00

 

The IoD Director of the Year Awards seek to honour the best performing directors in the private, public and third sectors across the region, but also afford business leaders the opportunity to be recognised on the national stage.

For more information about the IoD Director of the Year Awards or to submit an entry or nomination, visit www.iodawards.com.

The Contract will cover the period from 01 April 2019 to 31 March 2021 with 2 (two) options to extend for an additional 12 + 12 months. The maximum contract period will therefore be 4 (four) years dependent upon satisfactory completion of all aspects of the contract to date.

This is a contracting opportunity from Historic Environment Scotland. To find out more about the opportunity please see the relevant advert on the Public Contracts Scotland website:

 

Cyber Sense Training consists of a 1-hour interactive session designed to provide fun and memorable training on how to our everyday actions help protect our organisation (and ourselves) from cyber threats.

The training is:

  • Open to all
  • Free to attend

Please register online, using the links below.

Cyber Sense On Tour - Orkney Library (Kirkwall)

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12/02/2019  12:30-13:30 or 15:30-16:30

Cyber Sense On Tour - Northlink Ferries (Stromness) Orkney

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13/02/2019  12:30-13:30

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