The course covers all the main aspects of financial management, looking backwards at annual accounts and forwards at
planning tools, and how these are linked:
Statutory Financial Statements:
If organisations are to benefit from volunteers’ time, energy and talents, it is important that they invest
resources to make sure that their volunteers are well supported and that there is a good match between the
volunteer’s expectations and experience.
Organisations change and adapt over time. It is important therefore that volunteering within organisations is reviewed from time to time, so that it matches the needs of the organisation and the expectations of current and future volunteers.
This course will cover the following aspects of managing volunteers:
Facebook, twitter and blogging don’t have to be a mystery…this course will look at:
Through group and individual exercises this one day course will cover:
Participants will work towards a Level 5 certificate in Management and Leadership through CMI accredited training (Equivalent to SCQF Level 8). The training provides the next step for managers looking to develop their skills and gain professional recognition to aid future career development. The course covers information based decision making and managing team performance giving managers a rounded skills set and providing a foundation to work towards the diploma and Chartered Manager status.
In today’s climate it is essential individuals can manage the demands on their time. The course explores what helps
and hinders achieving priorities and presents tips and techniques for how to improve the use of time
This course will help you to learn:
The aim of this two-day course is to provide an introduction to training and learning. To learn how people learn, make the messages you want to get across stick through creating the right structure and environment for your participants. The course is designed to help participants design and deliver learning to small groups.
During this 2 day interactive course participants will:
Using group and individual tasks participants will learn about:
How does fundraising work … and why do donors give? You will discuss these questions, whilst examining the Pyramid,
the Onion and the Seven Steps fundraising models.
How much money is out there, who has it, who gets it and how much does it cost to raise? Pam will guide you through an overview of Scottish fundraising, the landscape we live in and up-coming trends.
Does your organisation have what it takes? Discover the key organisational steps to becoming ‘fundraising ready’.
Knowing who are you and how you fit in is vital to success – you will examine your cause, your impact and internal and external factors.
First things first: your case for support! Pam will guide you through putting this together and show you how to modify it for a range of supporters: individuals, trusts and foundations, companies and events.
Strategy 101 for 2016 and beyond… You will discuss sustainability and review the various tools to get there and how to put the plan together.
Avoid the Daily Mail front page – understanding ethical and legal codes of practice is a vital factor when fundraising, so you will explore these and stewardship/donor relations.
Participants will be able to:
identifying the elements of an effective report;
plan a report;
develop the structure;
decide on the content;
identify the audience and use appropriate language;
understand appendices and references; and
overcome ‘writer’s block’.