An event in the Hayward Suite at Molineux Stadium, Waterloo Road, WV1 4QR, on Monday 14 March, will provide the opportunity to meet the people who commission and procure these services - the Public Health Commissioner, Older People's Commissioner, Children's Commissioner and All Age Disabilities Commissioner.
Registration is at 1.30pm for a 2pm start and proceedings will draw to a close at 3.30pm.
Councillor John Reynolds, City of Wolverhampton Council Cabinet Member for City Economy, said: "This is great networking event for local businesses and residents to get involved in.
"They could discover a host of opportunities they were unaware of such as day opportunities for older people, carer support, mental health floating support, mental health accommodation based support, supported living services, the healthy child programme, services for victims of violence and abuse, and public health counselling and advice services.
"It encourages greater working between local organisations and residents delivering social care and health services and Wolverhampton commissioners, which can only be of greater benefit to the city."
By attending you will be able to:
- Meet social care and public health commissioners
- Get early information about forthcoming opportunities
- Find out how to apply to win business
- Meet procurement staff who manage the tendering process
You will need to book a FREE ticket for this event at Type=links;Linkid=7027;Title=Eventbrite;Target=_blank;.
This is just one event taking place during Residents Week. People wanting to boost their chances of finding the right job or improving their health can get the help and support they need during Wolverhampton Residents Week Monday 14 to 18 March. The week brings together a series of drop in events and fun free activities to support local people to compete for jobs, become self employed, develop their skills and improve their health and fitness.
- released: Friday 4 March, 2016