This innovative course is aimed at people not currently working who wish to learn new skills to run projects and events in the community (whether on a voluntary basis or as part of a job) and also people who are currently working who need to run project and events as part of their work, but may lack previous experience.
The course will help individuals develop an excellent template for running successful community focused projects and events including how to identify the needs of the local community, how to develop ideas, the practical steps needed to make projects and events a success and how to troubleshoot problems! It will also examine how to assess the impact of projects and the different ways you may evaluate them.
This course really is for anyone who wishes to gain new skills and is passionate about their local community, but may be of particular interest for TRA members, groups of residents who want to run events in the community (such as street parties, fun days or play events) and people who may wish to work in Community settings or with projects or events as part of a future job. We also believe it will add real value to anyone currently working who needs to deliver community focused events or small projects as part of their role, but who do not have previous experience in this area.
This 3 week course will be run on Wednesdays from 10.00am to 2.00pm from 15th March to 29th March.
This course is free for people on a low income or benefits and available for a small fee to everyone else.
If you have any questions about the course and whether it’s right for you please don’t hesitate to contact us. We can be contacted on 0208 671 3132, email firstname.lastname@example.org or pop in and see us at 220 Upper Tulse Hill, London, SW2 2NS.