Training courses

These practical and focussed one- and two-day workshops are aimed at managers, trustees and other key colleagues. We encourage attendees to work through real-world issues. The courses also provide the opportunity to network with other sector professionals who are going through the same processes.

For staff and volunteers:

Courses on managing change:
Anticipating change
Dealing with major change

Courses on organisational development:
Effective management planning processes
Designing initiatives and projects

Courses on working with volunteers
Developing volunteer roles
Developing a volunteer training programme
Volunteer recruitment

For trustees and staff:

There is also a forthcoming two-day course for those engaged with building or ensuring the strength of the infrastructure and governance of an organisation:

Change proofing

For aspiring third-sector professionals And trustees:

We are running two courses aimed at professionals looking to make the change to the charity sector or to come into a charity as a trustee:

Planning in the third sector
An introduction to volunteer organisations


To book any of the courses, please complete the online booking form here. (Note; this link will take you to another website and when you have completed the form you will have to press the back arrow to carry on browsing this website.) For details of the cost of the courses, see charges for training courses.

These courses can also be delivered locally to organisations or to groups, through an infrastructure organisation. For more details contact .


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