Working Together – Looking at ways of joint working

5 August 2021

from 10.00 - 13.30

at Online

Training & Events

There are lots of benefits in organisations working together to deliver activities and projects. You can raise awareness of your offer; learn and share new skills; increase your impact; attract new funders; and even reduce your costs – these are benefits available to very small as well as larger groups. Although the words collaboration and partnerships can appear daunting this doesn’t have to be the case.

Join us for a workshop on joint working both formally and informally, and the key questions to consider to overcome the common pitfalls.

Who is it for?

For small and medium sized voluntary community groups interested in working with other groups. It is ideal for anyone involved in leading a community group decision makers / leadership teams.

What is it about?

This session will outline different types of joint working arrangements and when to use them. There will also be a focus on key considerations before you start any new joint working arrangements.

What will I learn?

The definitions of different ways of working together, including networking, consortiums, joint ventures, and partnerships.

  • An understanding of the practical steps to take to put your arrangements in place.
  • The top tips and key considerations to ensure that your arrangement works for all involved
  • If you have any queries please contact us on email enquiries@cambridgecvs.org.uk

Booking information

This event is FREE to CCVS and Hunts Forum members, £40 for non-member groups

Groups are able to book up to two places on any course. We do hold a waiting list if courses are oversubscribed and may be able to offer additional places if these are available. Let us know if you want to book extra places.

Places on CCVS courses are free for members. But please note that all bookings are subject to courses are subject to the CCVS cancellation policy and we do make a charge if places are cancelled without giving notice as detailed in the policy.

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