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Project management in the voluntary sector

This two day practical project management course will give you the principles and practical tools to manage your project more efficiently and successfully.
When Jul 12, 2017
from 09:30 AM to 04:30 PM
Contact Name
Contact Phone 020 7520 2402
Attendees This course will be useful to new and existing voluntary sector project and programme managers to want to learn new techniques help them successfully manage their projects.
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This project management course is tailored to the voluntary sector. It will take you on a journey over two days to introduce the principles associated with planning, implementing, managing and evaluating your project.

We will give you the practical tools to take away to help you throughout the project life cycle and to show the impact of your project.

Outcomes

This course will cover:

  • principles and challenges involved with project management in the voluntary sector
  • setting the project in the context of your organisation's work
  • the project life cycle
  • financial management of a project (s)
  • project planning using a range of project management tools
  • identifying and working with project stakeholders
  • team development and team work
  • voluntary sector case studies
  • monitoring and reporting during the project
  • showing the impact of your project and how that can feedback into future projects.

By the end of the day you will have:

  • Understood the principles associated with project management
  • Used a range of practical project management tools which you can use in your everyday work
  • Set your project in the context of your organisation’s mission and objects
  • Understood how to monitor and report your project to show its overall impact.

Where

NCVO Conference Suite  Society Building  8 All Saints Street  London  N1 9RL

How to find us

What previous participants have to say:

I thought the tutor was excellent. There were lots of interactive tasks and I felt engaged at all times. Kieran Connolly, London Sport

Many of us do this kind of work on a daily basis but don't appreciate where it fits in with the theory and tools. It was so useful to formalise my on the job learning and I will feel more confident delivering projects in the future. Ruby Bayley-Pratt, MS Society

Very good and relevant course, directly applicable to my work. Can put what I learnt to immediate and practical use. Karina McKnight CSSC - Sport and Leisure

This course is extremely interactive and practical which is exactly what I needed. Susannah Kerr, BHF

Who runs it

Clare Sharpen is a CIPD qualified trainer with over 12 years' experience of working in the voluntary and social enterprise sectors. Clare has worked at a senior level on the management and boards of charities and social enterprises and has a strong track record of managing complex voluntary sector projects. She brings practical expertise and first-hand experience into her training delivery.

Book a place

Our pricing structure is based on your organisation's gross annual income. We also offer discounts for NCVO members (30%).

Can't make this date

The next course will be run on the 13 and 14 September 2017.

Contact us

If you have any questions or would like to be placed on the waiting list for the next event please contact the training team or phone on 020 7520 2587.

Would you like to run this training for your organisation?

We offer bespoke and in-house training on a range of topics, including governance and leadership, sustainable funding and strategy development. For more information please complete our online contact form.

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