Duties of Trustees

12 November 2019

 from 9.30 to 13.00

Location: Maple Centre, Oak Drive Huntingdon, PE29 7HN

This half day event has been specifically designed for community group trustees who are new to the role, or who have been trustees for some time, but would benefit from revising some of the key trustee roles and responsibilities.

What will it cover?

This course will provide trustees with an overview of their role and the responsibilities including

  • What Public Benefit means and how that makes an organisation charitable
  • Roles and Responsibilities of Trustees
  • Safeguarding the charity’s values, aims and objectives
  • How Trustees should manage the strategic decision making such as budgets, finance, policies, risks and succession planning

What to expect

The session will be a mixture of presentations, group exercises/activities and discussion with people encouraged to ask questions, share examples and exchange experiences.

Please call 01480 420604 or email keith@huntsforum.org.uk.

Employment Law – Addressing Performance Management

25 September 2019

 from 9.30 to 12.00

Location: Price Bailey, Tennyson House, Cambridge Business park, Cowley Park, Cambridge CB4 0WZ

The  Support Cambridgeshire event is FREE to any community organisation in Cambridgeshire

Ineffective performance management has a dramatic impact on the success of any organisation, its impact and the productivity and engagement of its staff. In these difficult times we all need to be as effective and efficient as we can be. For many charities it can be difficult to know the best way to deal with staff performance issues. Price Bailey have offered this important training to Cambridgeshire charities to help them manage and plan the process to get the best result for all concerned.

Who this is for?

The session will be helpful for any managers, line managers and trustees – anyone involved in managing staff.

Session Leader

The session will be run by employment lawyers at Price Bailey Legal Services LLP.

How will it help me?

Have you ever had to have one of those tricky conversations about performance or attitude with a staff member or volunteer? Is this the type of conversation you put off again and again until it seems too late to address the matter? Have you laid awake at night wondering how you will handle a poor performing employee? Do you wish that you had more confidence in dealing with these situations?

In the session, Price Bailey Legal Services will be offering some practical advice about how to improve performance management including how to effectively appraise staff, how to have difficult conversations, and how to deal with poor performance.

To book your place email Keith Johnson keith@huntsforum.org.uk

Corporate Social Responsibility Workshop

19 September 2019

 from 9.30 - 14.30

Location: PwC, Cambridge, St Johns Innovation Park, The Maurice Wilkes Building, Cowley Rd, Cambridge CB4 0DS

This workshop is a great chance for charities and community groups to find out from businesses what they look for in a charity partner. With PwC Cambridge, Barons Cambridge BMW, Kameo Recruitment, Coach You, Tees Law and Cambridge Healthcare Research being in attendance.

This is a similar session to that run in April this year which was heavily over-subscribed. Click here for information about the April Event.

This session is being run by Support Cambridgeshire and Get Synergised and is FREE to any community organisation in Cambridgeshire.

The workshop will take place at PwC Cambridge St Johns Innovation Park, The Maurice Wilkes Building, Cowley Rd, Cambridge CB4 0DS 09.30 to 2.30pm (arrive 9am).

Lunch is kindly being provided by PwC Cambridge.

Book early to avoid disappointment.

Please email keith@huntsforum.org.uk to reserve your space.

 

 

Basic Bookkeeping

9 October 2019

 from 9.30 - 12.30

Location: Maple Centre, Oak Drive, Huntingdon, PE29 7HN

Look at how to set up and run a manual bookkeeping system, that can also be set up on a spreadsheet, using a number of practical exercises. This will include how to check your figures and use them to produce simple accounts summaries. There will also be a brief introduction to restricted funds, payroll options and managing petty cash.

Contact keith@huntsforum.org.uk or call 01480 420601 to book.

Introductory Course – Adult Mental Health First Aid

11 September 2019

 from 9.30 - 13.30

Location: Maple Centre, Oak Drive, Huntingdon, PE29 7HN

Hunts Forum and ABC Life Support are providing an introductory course designed to increase mental health awareness and give an understanding of how to look after well-being amongst individuals and challenge stigma.

This course is being delivered by Danielle Bridge of ABC Life Support.

If you wish to book a place contact keith@huntsforum.org.uk or call 01480 420601 to book.

This is an Introductory Course and is Free to Hunts Forum members.

A charge will apply to any non-member organisations and costs can be provided upon application.

Helping Communities Address Conflict

15 August 2019

 from 9.30 - 16.00

Location: 16-18 Arbury Court Cambridge CB4 2JQ

Community-owned solutions to local conflicts

This workshop is part of an EU initiative Learning Communities for Peace (LCP), which has been evaluated and developed with the University of Cambridge. The resulting toolkit has been developed to provide people within communities (that have experienced an influx of new groups of people, dysfunction and inequality) with the motivation, tools and knowledge to begin their own community projects to resolve local conflicts. It’s a framework that begins with the hardest question - What's wrong and how can I/we make things better?

The project has been running 3 years, across 5 countries and is coming to an end 1st September 2019 so this workshop is a one-off opportunity that will consider:

  • The Story – how others rose to the challenge.
  • Tools – how to begin plan, structure and deliver a project.
  • Experience – dealing with inevitable challenges and barriers to change along the way.

Safeguarding Adults

8 October 2019

 from 10.00 - 13.30

Location: Arbury Court, Cambridge

Get up to date on the safeguarding process and help ensure that everyone is kept as safe as possible from abuse, neglect and harm.

It is recommended that your training is updated every three years.

This course is FREE to all CCVS and Hunts Forum members, £60 for non-members.

This course is aimed at community organisations. Paid staff or managers should attend the appropriate Cambridgeshire County Council course designed for them. See the Cambridgeshire County Council website.

Crowdfunding for Social Causes Workshop

26 November 2019

 from 12.00 - 15.00

Location: Arbury Court, Cambridge

Join CCVS for a FREE workshop on Crowdfunding with Chuffed.org

Donation-based crowdfunding is a new way of raising funds and allows you to source money for a project by asking a large number of contributors to donate a small amount, and asking a small number of contributors to donate a large amount. In return, backers may receive token rewards that increase in prestige as the size of the donation increases.

Effective Business Planning – How to Make Your Vision a Reality

21 November 2019

 from 9.30 - 13.00

Location: Arbury Court Cambridge CB4 2JQ

This workshop is for small but growing organisations and deals with the practical aspects of devising and implementing a business plan. You will gain the key skills and knowledge for business planning to ensure your voluntary organisation is able to achieve its objectives and remain on target.

Free to CCVS and Hunts Forum members, £60 for non-members.

Webinar: Starting with Google Analytics

19 November 2019

 from 13.00 - 14.00

Location: Your computer

Thanks to online analytics we now have access to a wide range of data (through Google Analytics to Facebook Ad Manager to more niche platforms) about our clients and supporters, their preferences and behaviours.

All this data is available to us within a few clicks, but we often don’t understand how to interpret our results and how to use them to improve our marketing campaigns.

During this online webinar we’ll look at one of the most powerful analytics tool that’s available to all of us for free - Google Analytics.

To receive information to enable you to watch the live Webinar and ask questions please contact Cambridge CVS on enquiries@cambridgecvs.org.uk or 01223 4646969.

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