This month we’ve got two great new training packages on offer to help community groups do more of what they do best - especially if you support older people and adults with disabilities or want to help people develop employability skills.
Worth £350, each of these packages comprises 6 items which can be used by one individual or split between different staff and volunteers to make sure the right person takes advantage of the new skills and ideas gained from each event.
Evaluating Your Community Project is a new training course from Tinder Foundation, designed to help community groups learn more about how to prove the success of their projects for themselves and potential funders.
Do you do community work? Would you like to get new skills, ideas and tools to help you do more of what you do best?
Then Tinder Foundation’s unique Level 3 Community Development Award could be for you.
Tinder Foundation is the organisation behind the national network of UK online centres - community organisations which help people get online. And this nationally recognised qualification - awarded by NOCN - is already helping give UK online centre projects a boost, and even giving them an edge with funders and employers.
To support Community How To members further we want to develop a range of webinars to help you do even more with digital tools. We would like to ask you - in this short five question survey - which webinars you would find useful and would like to attend.
There are only 5 places left on the Level 3 Community Development Award, which is due to start on 19 September 2013. UK online centres are offering a massive saving of £200 off the total cost of this course.
Learn software, creative, and business skills online. There's lots of video tutorials on a huge range of subjects - just pay a monthly subscription for as long as you like and access over 1550 courses whenever you want.
For those who work in their communities, finding out how to do things more efficiently is hugely important, especially if resources are tight. Gaining a Level 3 Community Development Award qualification can help you do just that.