<![CDATA[BPRCVS - Training]]>Thu, 29 Feb 2024 02:54:39 +0000Weebly<![CDATA[LSCFT Strategy Refresh Workshops]]>Wed, 28 Feb 2024 13:28:56 GMThttp://bprcvs.co.uk/training/lscft-strategy-refresh-workshops
At Lancashire and South Cumbria NHS Foundation Trust (LSCFT), they are now in the third year of their current trust strategies, which were developed during the pressures of COVID-19. A lot has changed since then, both within LSCFT and the wider NHS. They have identified the need to evolve and reflect these changes within their Strategy, and they're currently in the process of undertaking a Trust Strategy refresh.

​The trust values and quality priorities will remain the same, but they've introduced a new framework - The Quadruple Aim which will be the focus for the trust objectives over the coming years.

More information can be found here: Vision, values and strategic priorities :: Lancashire and South Cumbria NHS Foundation Trust (lscft.nhs.uk)
As part of their refresh, they want to listen and engage with both LSCFT colleagues and system partners. As a system partner of LSCFT, you're invited to attend an online workshop. There, updates on the strategy refresh will be provided, and participants will have the chance to get involved. The quadruple aim has been adopted, and views and feedback are sought to help formulate strategic goals.
Workshop Dates:
  • Thursday 7th March: 2-3pm
  • Monday 11th March: 11am-12pm
  • Tuesday 12th March: 6-7pm
  • Wednesday 13th March: 10-11am
To attend, please email Strategic.Planning@lscft.nhs.uk with your name, email address, preferred workshop date, organisation/group, and geographical location. Spaces are limited, so sign up for one workshop only. For tailored engagement or meeting requests, contact the same email address. For enquiries, email: Strategic.Planning@lscft.nhs.uk
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<![CDATA[Mental health at work - Acas training]]>Wed, 28 Feb 2024 13:04:35 GMThttp://bprcvs.co.uk/training/mental-health-at-work-acas-training
Research from Deloitte found that the cost of poor mental health to employers increased from £45bn in 2019, to £56bn in 2020-21.
And according to the Mental Health Foundation, one in six employees experience mental ill health each year.
A study by Business in the Community found that only 14% of those that had experienced work-related poor mental health had spoken to their managers.
Acas has mental health training for managers and HR professionals, to improve line manager skills and also to explain the laws and responsibilities of the employer.
Two sessions are available:
Mental health in the workplace: skills for managers
Mental health in the workplace: good practice and the law

View upcoming sessions

If you need help booking a place at an upcoming event, or if you would like to discuss opportunities for delivering this training in-company contact their Customer Services Team on 0300 123 1150.
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<![CDATA[Are you Meeting EHRC Guidance on Menopause?]]>Wed, 28 Feb 2024 12:41:52 GMThttp://bprcvs.co.uk/training/are-you-meeting-ehrc-guidance-on-menopauseReasonable Adjustments for Menopause: 
Meeting EHRC Guidance

Following new guidance from The Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC), workplaces are being warned that they could face legal action if they fail to make ‘reasonable adjustments’ for their employees. 

Symptoms such as hot flushes, brain fog and difficulty sleeping are typical during menopause, which usually occurs in women during their 40s or 50s. The EHRC suggests that this hormonal change may now be considered a disability under the Equality Act 2010. 
Learning Curve Group have launched the UK’s first ever accredited qualification on understanding menopause in the workplace. Although the menopause experience is not the same for everybody, this Innovate Awarding Level 2 qualification will support increasing knowledge and breaking stigma associated with the menopause, including providing ‘reasonable adjustments’. 









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<![CDATA[Mediation Skills For Managing Conflict In Teams]]>Mon, 26 Feb 2024 10:53:57 GMThttp://bprcvs.co.uk/training/mediation-skills-for-managing-conflict-in-teams Do you shy away from handling workplace conflict?
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<![CDATA[NEW Dates Added - Storytelling in Fundraising Training Course]]>Mon, 26 Feb 2024 09:09:44 GMThttp://bprcvs.co.uk/training/new-dates-added-storytelling-in-fundraising-training-course
"I have nothing but praise for Michelle and the storytelling training. I’m fairly new to my role and this training has given me the confidence to tell the story of my organisation without relying on a flood of stats to prove how much I know!"
Get Grants' Storytelling in Fundraising Training Course has been in high demand.

They've just added new dates for those unable to attend on their last sold-out training course!
  
Make sure to book a spot on the next course!
 Thursday 7th March & Thursday 14th March 2024, 9:30am – 11:30am.


OR


Thursday 18th April & Thursday 25th April 2024, 9:30am – 11:30am.
 
Read on to find out more!


"Michelle was welcoming, informed and gave everyone the opportunity to be involved without pressure. I have been raving about this training to all my colleagues and telling anyone that will listen about 'the curse of knowledge'!"

Taryn Dennis, Families Together Suffolk

Telling stories is a powerful tool that is too often overlooked. Stories are used to engage, inform, persuade, and create connections between people. As a fundraiser, storytelling is a valuable skill that can be used to influence your potential supporters and maximise on your fundraising efforts.

Storytelling skills bring to life your fundraising activities across the communications of your organisation. In this course, you will develop a key skill that will benefit the success of grant fundraising, corporate partnerships, crowdfunding, major donors, legacies, and many more!


Get Grants Storytelling for Fundraising Training Course is designed to support fundraisers to improve their fundraising confidence and success through effective use of storytelling.

You can book now to join our upcoming courses on
Thursday 7th March & Thursday 14th March 2024, 9:30am – 11:30am.


OR


Thursday 18th April & Thursday 25th April 2024, 9:30am – 11:30am.



This course is designed to be suitable for all not-for-profit organisations, including charities and community groups of all shapes and sizes. This informative and practical course will benefit both those who are new to fundraising as well as experienced fundraisers looking to improve their skills.

This training course perfectly complements their Corporate FundraisingBid Writingand Trusts & Foundations training courses and ideal for fundraisers looking to broaden their fundraising abilities!

Whether you are new to grant fundraising or looking to build on your fundraising experience, this course will be relevant for you!

What to Expect?

Led by a Get Grants Funding Expert, the course will support you to effectively tell the story of your organisations, explain your need and tie it to your ask and outcomes, develop and use case studies, and use stories in your evaluation. You will develop your understanding and knowledge of fundraising, learn about practical processes, and learn skills you can put into practice.
 
  • Explore the ‘importance of why’ and getting down to the heart of the issue you are talking about.
  • Look at the practical processes of where to source valuable information and storing it within your organisation.
  • Understand what different types of donors are looking for and how to incorporate your story telling to full effect.
  • Discuss what makes a good story and finding the right balance of emotion and statistics.
  • Build storytelling techniques and confidence through practice.
  • Review your stories and the stories of attendees with expert feedback.

    Delivered across two 2-hour sessions, this course will be friendly and conversational, with lots of opportunities to ask questions and get input from our Funding Expert.

    For more information, upcoming training dates, and to book your place, check out their website.

    To join our upcoming Storytelling for Fundraising Training Course, book via Eventbrite.

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<![CDATA[Crafting Compelling Websites for Charities – Tuesday 5 March, 10:00-12:00]]>Mon, 26 Feb 2024 08:55:22 GMThttp://bprcvs.co.uk/training/crafting-compelling-websites-for-charities-tuesday-5-march-1000-1200
When you’re doing incredible charity work, you need a website to match! Websites play an essential role  as the shop window to your organisation to raise awareness, increase donations and build community.
Crafting Compelling Websites for Charities – Tuesday 5 March, 10:00-12:00 

Join their webinar to learn how to make your website more effective and impactful, even with little time and budget. Tickets start from £25.
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<![CDATA[Speed Pitching Opportunity for LGBTQIA+ Organisations]]>Mon, 26 Feb 2024 08:38:15 GMThttp://bprcvs.co.uk/training/speed-pitching-opportunity-for-lgbtqia-organisations
Media Trust and News UK are teaming up to help charities supporting the LGBTQIA+ community get their stories in the press. Newsrooms start planning content for Pride NOW so sign up to secure your coverage for Pride in June.
 
Join them in person for expert media pitching training and pitch your stories to top journalists from The Times, The Sunday Times, Talk TV, Virgin Radio and more! Only 10 spaces are available.
 
When? Tuesday, 16 April 2024, 10:30 – 13:30
Where? News UK London, 1 London Bridge Street, SE1 9GF 
 
For more information about the event and to apply, click here. Applications close Friday 1 March, 12:00 noon.
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<![CDATA[Free LGBTQI+ training from Lancashire LGBT]]>Mon, 26 Feb 2024 08:15:15 GMThttp://bprcvs.co.uk/training/free-lgbtqi-training-from-lancashire-lgbt]]><![CDATA[How Digital Fundraising Can Maximise Your Organisation's Success!]]>Tue, 20 Feb 2024 10:14:26 GMThttp://bprcvs.co.uk/training/how-digital-fundraising-can-maximise-your-organisations-success
Digital Fundraising is one of the most successful ways to leverage an online platform to raise awareness for your cause. 


Get Grants Digital Fundraising Training Course will teach you about the advantages of various digital platforms and technologies, as well as where to direct your efforts to maximise your digital fundraising success.

Join Get Grants to gain the practical knowledge, expert advice, and digital fundraising confidence you need to successfully plan and implement digital fundraising for your organisation!

 
Join Get Grants Digital Fundraising Training Course on:  
Friday 23rd February & Friday 1st March 2024, 10 am – 12 pm.
Book via Eventbrite.
  
We've also included all of the exciting future training and free events we have planned throughout this month!

Digital Fundraising Training Course

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Get Grants Digital Fundraising Training Course will give you the practical insight and information you need to successfully plan and deliver digital fundraising for your organisation.

This course will help you understand the benefits of different digital platforms and tools, and where to focus your efforts to maximise your digital fundraising success.


In attending our course, you will access expert insights, practical information, and friendly advice to help you develop a digital strategy that works for you. Get Grants Digital Fundraising Training Course will help you to grow in confidence and motivation to develop a digital strategy to boost your organisation’s digital fundraising., whatever stage you are at.
 
 You can book now to join our next course on 
Friday 23rd February & Friday 1st March 2024, 10 am – 12 pm.


What to Expect:
 
The online course is delivered via Zoom, across two lots of 2-hour sessions, leaving some time in between to read further course material and reflect on the information given.


The Get Grants Digital Fundraising Training Course explores the wide digital landscape, discussing the pros and cons of a variety of popular digital platforms (such as social media (e.g. Facebook), email marketing tools (e.g. Mailchimp), and third-party fundraising platforms (e.g. JustGiving), and where to focus your efforts and resources.


In this course, you will gain insights, experience, and examples of digital practice to inspire and inform your planning. You will leave the course with added motivation, confidence and a more assured approach of how to develop a digital strategy to boost your organisation’s fundraising success in the current climate.
 
 What topics we cover:


On our Digital Fundraising Course, you will explore a range of digital options for charities and examples of best practice. You will:


  • Learn about the digital landscape, its relevance to charity fundraising, and how digital tools can boost your overall fundraising income.
  • Discover the wide range of digital options available, and how to determine which tools are best for you.
  • Explore and discuss the pros and cons of various digital fundraising tools.
  • Investigate common issues for implementing digital fundraising, identify those time-draining tasks, and learn time-saving tools and tips.
  • Learn different tactics to take advantage of the most popular tools and platforms.      
  • Discuss how to incorporate digital as part of your overall fundraising strategy and create a plan for a cross-channel approach.

Our Digital Fundraising Training Course sessions are open and conversational, with a mix of group work and individual tasks, offering a friendly and relaxed environment with plenty of opportunities to ask questions throughout the sessions.
 
For more information, including more details on what you will learn in our Digital Fundraising Training Course, and further upcoming training dates, check out our website
 
To join our upcoming Digital Fundraising Training Course, book via Eventbrite.

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<![CDATA[Sensory Processing Programme]]>Tue, 20 Feb 2024 09:03:13 GMThttp://bprcvs.co.uk/training/sensory-processing-programmeThis programme will explore the 8 sensory systems and how the environment can impact on  Autistic individuals.
The cost of this 3-hour programme is £50 To book you place on the webinar please either scan the QR code below or go to: www.theautismtrainingnetwork.com/training
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