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FREE Inclusion training in Gloucestershire this autumn

Active Impact provides FREE Inclusion training for individuals and organisations in Gloucestershire who work with children and young people.

We've supported everyone from artists to sailing clubs, magicians to Early Years settings to gain confidence in welcoming disabled children and young people.

Our popular Inclusion Needs You programme is running again this autumn. We have spaces available on both our week day and weekend sessions. We know that volunteers may often work during the week so once a year we run a full Saturday programme to enable them to participate in this valuable training. However, you can book a mix of weekday and weekend sessions if this suits you better.

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Discover and Explore Arts Award Adviser Training

Discover and Explore Arts Award Adviser Training

Open to the Create Gloucestershire Network

Do you work with young people in Gloucestershire? Want to support their creative development with Arts Award? Training as an Arts Award adviser will enable you to support children and young people aged 5 to 25 to discover and explore the arts through the five different levels: Discover, Explore, Bronze, Silver and Gold.

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Do you want to use your creative talent to work freelance? Bring your idea to life at this (FREE) start up weekend

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.

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Becoming A Successful Company Director - FREE workshop

Running a small business and interested in top class training in Gloucestershire - at no cost to you? Becoming A Successful Company Director is a practical course that will introduce you to the important issues to know about the role, and equip you to become an effective and efficient director. We’ll examine whether you have the powers to carry out the Director’s tasks assigned to you, and ensure you know what your duties and responsibilities are.  We also look at what goes into a successful board meeting, and why we need a culture of values and corporate social responsibility.

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Innovative Partnerships training - new date - Friday 22 April 2016

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. 


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New Action Learning Set and FREE Taster session - deadline extended!
  • 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!

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Facilitation & Engagement in the Health & Social Care Environment (FEHSCE)

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.

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Training session: Understanding and Working with Schools: context and curriculum - with the museum and heritage sector

Museums hold collections unique to the area around local schools and can also enhance the National Curriculum and cross-curricular work, by offering the opportuntity to handle real objects, experience primary sources and bring classroom teaching alive.  If you already work in schools, or want to find out more about the current situation schools are in and how to tailor your individual offer to meet these needs, then this workshop is for you - whether you are employed in museums and heritage, elsewhere in the cultural sector, or are an independent practitioner or artist.  

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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 2015/16

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