Courses, Workshops And Training For Non-Profits

Liverpool Charity and Voluntary Services (LCVS) works with diverse communities across the City Region make positive difference to people’s lives. Supporting, encouraging and developing voluntary action and charitable giving and bringing people together.

Roles and Responsibilites of Board Members
Tuesday 12 September 2017, 10am-4pm – 151 Dale Street.
It is important for trustees to be aware of their roles and responsibilities, to ensure their organisation is effective and compliant, but also to reduce the risk of the organisation and themselves being held liable when things go wrong. Cost: £85/£110. Read more

Volunteer Co-ordinator Forum
Thursday 14 September 2017, 10am – 12.30pm, at 151 Dale Street
The Volunteer Co-ordinators Forums are for people with responsibility for recruiting and managing volunteers. These forums enable participants to meet others to share experiences and ideas and gain new insights into how best to support volunteers and get the most out of them. The forums use a variety of platforms, including external speakers, group discussions, open spaces, and guided learning. To book, email info@volunteercentreliverpool.org.uk.

Proposal Bid and Application Review
Tuesday 19 September 2017, 1 – 4pm – 151 Dale Street
Liverpool based not-for-profit organisations now have the chance to have their funding proposal reviewed for free and to receive face-to-face feedback on their application. You must have a fully drafted proposal (and budget, if applicable) that you send to us at least one week before the session and two weeks ahead of the deadline for submission to the funder.
Places are limited. To register your interest, e-mail info@lcvs.org.uk with ‘LCVS Proposal Review Surgery’ on the subject line. Be sure to include the name of your organisation.

Finance Skills
Thursday 21 September 2017, 10am-1pm – 151 Dale Street.
This session offers a practical introduction to record keeping, production of accounts for internal and external purposes and budgeting techniques required for an organisation’s own use and in preparation for funding bids. The course is aimed at those responsible for the internal finance functions of an organisation. Cost: £50/£65. Read more

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