Research: State of the Sector launched

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NICVA's new online resource provides information on the size, scope and finances of the Northern Ireland Voluntary, Community and Social Enterprise Sector and can be accessed here.

 


Explore State of the Sector here 
NICVA Fundraising Regulator Consultation

Fundraising Regulation Consultation

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On 9th September 56 trustees, CEOs and fundraisers took part in a consultation event on fundraising self-regulation for NI. Details of the event and the presentations are now available.

NICVA Launch NI Faith Map Project

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NICVA is sending out a call to all faith-based organisations to sign up to their exciting new 'NI Faith Map' project.

NICVA achieves membership of Employers for Disability NI

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NICVA were pleased to achieve membership of EFDNI, a network of employers working to promote training, employment opportunities and accessibility for people with disabilities as employees and customers. .

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ILM Level 5 Diploma in Leadership and Management

This qualification will concentrate on improving your personal and professional development and developing key skills essential for leading and managing effective teams. You will learn essential practical elements of being an effective leader and manager. The diploma is designed to assist you in bringing best practice and skills in leadership and management back to your organisation.

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ILM Level 5 certificate (leading to the diploma) in coaching and mentoring

Back by popular demand is the three day effective coaching and mentoring in the workplace programme. This programme has been reviewed and tutorials and workbooks are now in place to assist students in meeting the awarding organisation's assessment requirements no matter if you choose the certificate or the diploma route. The difference between the certificate and diploma is the number of coaching and/or mentoring hours you can evidence.