Free open access mental health training courses for people working and volunteering in the community in Bristol.
We are looking to explore the role sport and physical activity can play particularly in the next 12 months following the pandemic. We will be focusing on the following areas: Returning to Sport and Physical Activity, Tackling Inequalities and Tackling Inactivity.
Information event for potential applicants to the Windrush Community Fund.
Discover how The Digital Code of Practice can help you develop your charity’s digital vision. You’ll learn the key actions you need to take to make your digital vision a reality, so you can drive engagement, stay relevant and increase your impact, efficiency and sustainability.
Discover how to develop and improve diversity and inclusion within your voluntary organisation.
Delivered by Bristol Ageing Better and based on the STAR model, this free training guides local residents and workers through the process of setting up their own bereavement peer-support group in Bristol, North Somerset or South Gloucestershire. These groups will be resident-led, self-sustaining, free of charge and open to anyone aged 18 or over.
Whether you’ve found the perfect partnership, or you’re looking to scale up for greater sustainability, making sure you get your organisational values aligned is essential. Successful mergers work because of shared values – not just sharing balance sheets.
This course will give you an introduction to the merger process, the pros and cons, what to consider and the key legal issues.
This course provides the essential overview for new trustees or those who want to refresh their understanding of their duties. It covers legal obligations, good practice, common challenges and how the role and responsibilities relate to the whole organisation.
Learn positive and proactive ways of handling conflict and resolving it in your organisation, helping you to thrive.
This course is about identifying and securing income as the environment for charities and social enterprises continues to change.
With COVID-19 emergency grants coming to an end, many organisations and funders are still adapting to the new realities of funding.
We can’t wait to go back to ‘business as usual’ – instead, we need to take advantage of income generation opportunities while we continue to plan ahead.