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January 16th

Be a Highly Effective Manager

Date: 
19/05/2009

This training event is being held at Bolton Quakers, Bolton on 19 May 2009. This management session is designed specifically for the voluntary sector, but brings some of the newest theories from the private and other sectors.

Train the Trainers

Date: 
30/04/2009

This training event is being held at GMCVO, Manchester on 30 April 2009. This course enables participants to design and deliver effective training whilst making the course they deliver accessible for disabled people; analyse training needs; employ a variety of training methods; identify reasonable adjustments for a course they are running; design, develop and deliver an effective training session.

Maximising Income from Community Assets

Date: 
31/03/2009

This training event is being held at Salford CVS, Manchester on 31 March 2009. The Government are planning a multi million pound give away of public sector assets to the Third Sectori. Great! Or is it? There are potential opportunities to turn disused buildings into a valuable community resource and generate an income stream but there are also substantial pitfalls. Are we going to see a mass of community venues vying for a reduced customer base? How will you ensure the building provides a service the community needs?

Effective Project Management

Date: 
14/05/2009

This training event is being held at East Lancs Voluntary Sector Resource Centre, Burnley on 14 May 2009. Effective project management is the cornerstone of a successful voluntary and community sector organisation or regeneration partnership. With funding linked to targets, it is vital that project staff have a clear understanding of what is involved in managing a project, measuring outputsi and outcomes and establishing accurate baseline information.