These will be done using the Zoom online platform. Please see below for our current training courses and follow the links for further information and to book online.
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Thursday 11th March and Thursday 18th March 2021 (£90 – £120)
2 sessions both from 10.00 am – 12.00 pm (4 hours in total)
As home and virtual working is becoming more popular it is now imperative for managers to develop their skills in engaging a remote workforce.
Attending this 2 part workshop will enable you to explore the evolving nature of team management by focusing on leading employees remotely.
Participants need to attend both sessions
Tuesday 16th March 2021 (£45 – £75)
2.00 pm – 4.00 pm (2 hours)
This course is for new trustees, those thinking about joining a board or existing board members wanting a refresher and update. It aims to provide an overview of the key things you need to know as a trustee. The session will equip you with the knowledge of your responsibilities as a trustee and confidence to know where to go to find out more after the course.
The course covers the role of individual trustees and the nature of their collective responsibility, plus some practical tips about how to be effective and add value to the board. There will also be a chance to find out more about some of the latest developments in the sector.
Session 1: How to practice intentional inclusion. Thursday 8th April 2021
Session 2: How to attract and retain diverse talent. Thursday 15th April 2021
Session 3: Finding growth: supporting your volunteers, clients and service users from diverse backgrounds. Thursday 22nd April 2021
Cost: £25 – £60 for one session
£45 – £75 for two sessions
£60 – £90 for threes sessions
In the backdrop of the covid-19 pandemic and the Black Lives Matter (BLM) global protests which have highlighted persisting systemic inequalities across society, many organisations are rightly reviewing their structures, practices, and cultures to test and ensure alignment with their espoused values across success indicators such as race and class. However, there is often a wide gap between desiring change and having the necessary awareness and knowhow to drive tangible results.
This 3-series workshop aims to be a starting point for participants to gain the confidence and language to embark on a shared journey towards making workplace and community-facing diversity and inclusion real in their organisations.
Tuesday 13th April 2021 1.00 – 4.00 pm
Cost: £45 – £75
This training session looks at how you can recruit, retain, and motivate volunteers and the impact volunteering can have on a volunteer’s wellbeing.
There will be opportunities throughout the session to reflect on your current methods of recruitment and volunteer management and how you can adapt them to the “new normal” in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.
This workshop gives an overview of how both physical and mental health benefits can be used to motivate people into volunteering and is aimed at those who have a role in recruiting volunteers.
Wednesday 14th April 2021
10.00 am – 1.30 pm ( 3.5 hours with break midway)
Cost: £45 – £75
Putting together a winning bid to a funder/commissioner is a demanding task.
This workshop looks at how the process works and the principles that underpin it and will help to craft a bid that is convincing, realistic and comprehensive.
A practical session packed with material to use in real life situations.
Tuesday 20th April 2021
9.30 am – 11.30 am ( 2 hours )
Cost: £45 – £75
During the Covid-19 pandemic, social media has become and even more vital channel for communicating for charities of all sizes, helping raise their profiles, inspire supporters and reach the communities they serve.
This course will explore how your organisation can thrive online, introduce the use of analytics and social media management tools and look at how to develop engaging and impactful content
This workshop is designed for those who already have experience running at least one social media channel and are looking to learn more about them.
Wednesday 21st April 2021
9.30 am – 12.15 pm (2 hours 45 minutes with 10 minute break)
Cost: £40 – £70
Conflict is an inevitable part of everyday life. It is often also experienced as negative, worrying, exhausting, painful, destructive and – at worst – dangerous. It can be particularly stressful in small organisations that rely on cooperation and commonality of view. However, it can also have positive effects.
This workshop will focus on how conflict arises, what mechanisms are involved and how it might give rise to creative possibilities for change. Participants will practise using some basic tools and techniques to help achieve this in their work with clients and colleagues