When is the course?
Saturday 19th & 20th January, 10:00am-4.30pm.
Who is this course for?
*The Start and Grow Enterprise Start-up Weekend is for you if..
- You have a business idea you’re itching to turn into reality
- You have the germ of a business idea in your head and want to explore it more with other business owners
- You’re in full time work and have ambitions to start your own business
- You’re based in Gloucestershire.
When is the course?
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Would you like to be part of an inspiring professional development network in Gloucestershire?
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Interested in creating opportunities and unlocking hidden value and resources through partnerships?
Increasingly there is the need to work with partners if you are going to access the resources your organisation needs to prosper and grow. This training looks at how innovative and mutually beneficial partnerships can unlock resources, build sustainability and produce outcomes linked to your learning offer/work with young people. We do this by distinguishing the relationships and benefits that you can and do create for others and then learning how to use them to start accessing the resources you need.
- Are you an independent artist or producer with at least five years experience working in the arts or cultural sector?
- Are you currently based or wanting to base yourself in Gloucestershire?
- Would you benefit from structured space and time to develop your artistic ideas and solve current professional challenges?
Then Action Learning could be for you!
The course is for people who are interested in learning more about skills and techniques for engaging seldom heard groups in order to bring about improvements in health and social care. The course is suitable for anyone with an interest in or responsibility for engaging groups to improve health such as Local Healthwatch staff and volunteers, community groups, Local Authority Engagement Leads and Clinical Commissioning Group staff.Read More
Would you like gain valuable experience of working at New Brewery Arts in Cirencester?
Would you like to work towards a Level 2 Business Administration qualification?
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We are looking to recruit an Action Learning set facilitator to work in Gloucestershire.Read More
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The Arts Fundraising Fellowship Programme, the first of its kind in the UK, aims to create the next generation of leading Development Directors skilled with the vision, entrepreneurial expertise and ingenuity to make significant difference to the arts fundraising landscape. Following a national rollout of the Fellowships programme for Year 3, they are seeking 5 arts organisations in the South West of England to host a Fundraising Fellow in 2015/16Read More
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Grants for the Arts (GFA) is an Arts Council England funding stream that provides grants for a wide range of arts and creative projects. This session is for artists, practitioners and organisations who want to know more about GFA and explore if it could provide a source of funds for their creative ideas and projects.Read More
Ali Russell, CEO of New Brewery Arts, shares her top tips from the Trustee Leadership in Arts Fundraising and Philanthropy course.Read More