Community group development training

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All community groups or voluntary organisations will have volunteers (and if they’re lucky, paid staff!). It is important to ensure your volunteers and staff are equipped with the right skills to fulfil their roles and reach their potential.

Our community development training offers a range of practical courses to help your organisation run smoothly. From running effective meetings, to capturing informative minutes, we can help you to develop the skills needed to get the best out of your volunteers, staff and organisation.

Our ever popular skills for fundraising course, covers everything from a fundraising strategy, where to search for funding opportunities and advice, what you need to have in place and what makes a great application. We take you through the process providing ideas, materials, advice and guidance every step of the way.

In addition we have a team of experienced community development officers, who can answer questions about community group development, supporting you in your learning journey.

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Community Development Training

E-learning has revolutionised how individuals (personally and in business) learn. There are a number of reasons why people gravitate towards e-learning programs, including:

  • Immediate access, no waiting times (on-demand availability)
  • Anytime, anywhere mobile learning – desktop, laptop or tablet (mobility)
  • Self-paced, interactive and more engaging learning (learner perspective)
  • Less disruptive delivery (in contrast to classroom)
  • Cost-effectiveness (particularly when reaching out to a large audience)
  • Consistency of message and easy updating of content
  • Easy tracking of learner progress and completion (business perspective)
  • Lower carbon footprint.