Macc offers a number of training opportunities of interest to the voluntary youth sector. For details go to: https://www.manchestercommunitycentral.org/support-groups/training. Nigel Rose is again offering a series of workshops that might benefit voluntary youth organisations, including the following:
The 4 workshops are:
Strategy and Commissioning in Manchester and Greater Manchester, 3rd November, morning, free
This workshop will cover:
· The Crisis in Health and Welfare services.
· Manchester Independent Economic Review.
· National Approaches to Marketisation.
· The Greater Manchester Project and Devolution
· Public Services Reform (including Troubled Families and Living Longer, Living Better).
Co-production, 16th November, all day, charge
This workshop will:
· Look at definitions of co-production focusing on models from Nesta and SCIE, and where and when they are appropriate to use.
· Understand how to put co-production into practice, and the benefits and disadvantages of co-production as an approach, through developing a case-study.
· Give an overview of how and why the term co-production has become popular in health and social care planning and what that has meant in practice
Radical Approaches to Commissioning Public Services, 29th November, afternoon, free
This workshop will cover:
· Mutualisation: How organisations can adopt structures and processes that enable them to create mutually beneficial relationships with staff, communities, and other organisations.
· People Powered Services: How organisations can systematically ensure that a holistic understanding of the experience of the people they provide services for is at the heart of their services.
· Community Resilience: How services can be commissioned in a way that uses the assets of a community and contributes to development of stronger and healthier communities
Community Development, 7th December, all day, charge
Community development approaches are once more becoming popular as public authorities seek to get more from less through encouraging communities to take on new and greater responsibilities. National Government also sees community action as the answer to many problems.
This workshop will, through a combination of presentation, discussion and exercises help participants to understand:
* The purpose of community development and what it is (and isn’t)
* A range of approaches to community development including ABCD (Asset-Based Community Development) and Community Organising
* The role and skills of a community development worker
* What an organisational approach to community development is
* The benefits and risks of community development approaches
October – December training programme now available. Visit: http://bit.ly/2dku8FQ for further details
Holding Difficult Conversations
The next training event will be facilitated by the Foundation for Peace on the topic of ‘Holding Difficult Conversations’. This event is primarily aimed at p/t youth workers and volunteers, and for this reason we are holding it in the evening from 5:30-9pm, repeated over 3 evenings (you only need to attend one session).
Places are limited to 3 per organisation and need to be booked by Friday 11th November 2016
If you have any booking enquiries please contact email@example.com
Any other enquiries, please feel free to contact Laura Scully at GMYN – firstname.lastname@example.org
Please log in using the password: Peace01 to book your place:
MMU Birley Campus
The Grange Community Resource Centre
Woodhouse Park Lifestyle Centre
Training and placement opportunities at NTC
Nazarene Theological College in Didsbury is keen to identify organisations that are willing to offer placements to students.
If you’re interested in being a Placement Provider or would like to know more about the range of courses and training available at NTC, please contact Alia Pike at email@example.com and the NTC website www.nazarene.ac.uk