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  • Get the perfect volunteer - creating volunteer roles

    What’s the secret to attracting great volunteers? What sort of role description would make them want to give you their time and skills? Get the best volunteers (and keep them happy!) by learning how to create results-focused roles.

  • The board appraisal tool kit: self assessment for chairs and trustees

    Is your board of trustees having problems? Are you struggling to identify, understand or resolve them? If so, this self-assessment tool is for you. It will help you diagnose the problems of your board and give you training to tackle them without any outside help.

  • Managing change in your non profit

    How do you make change work? Whether your organisation is facing big changes or small ones, this course can help you plan your change journey successfully. Packed with great tips, change management models and tools, it will give you the confidence you need to manage the change process and ensure that staff and supporters are on board.

  • Trustee training pack - the foundations of good governance

    This five-in-one training pack gives you the tools and information to govern more effectively. Tackle the issues you and your trustees are facing and maximise your organisation’s impact by turning plans into action. Governance, strategy and impact all rolled into one!

  • Strategy made easy: simple steps to producing your strategic plan

    Do you have a strategic plan that's gathering dust on a shelf? Are you about to write a new one or maybe your very first? Learn how to turn your plans into actions that will maximise your impact and will help you not just survive but grow!

  • What difference are we making? Understanding and assessing impact.

    In the current economic climate proving and improving your impact can be the key to securing funding and ensuring the survival of your organisation. Learn how to measure the difference you're making by collecting evidence, identifying your outcomes and outputs, and setting performance indicators.

  • How to be a resilient organisation

    How can you improve your organisation’s effectiveness and competitiveness in this tough economic climate? Whether you’re a senior manager or a board member, this course helps you get out of fire-fighting mode so you can look at the big picture. Learn how to assess your environment, define your markets and plan steps to increase your organisation’s impact and resilience.

  • StudyPass

    Get access to all our online charity training and non profit training material for a small, regular fee

  • Organisational values: how to practise what we preach

    Do your organisational values need a refresh or a rethink? Are they just a laminated picture in the reception hall? Increase your impact by learning how to create and embed values in your daily working practices. Plus, learn how to keep them alive by following our top tips.

  • New manager's guide to planning, delegating and setting performance goals

    Are you a new manager faced with the daunting task of planning, implementing and evaluating your team’s work for the first time? Whether you’re looking for quick learning tips, practical tools to help you in your new role or simply reassurance that you’re on the right track, this course is tailored to your needs as an early career manager.

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