New series of webinars April 2020

31 Mar 2020 Sandra Bailie    Last updated: 2 Apr 2020

We have been working with staff and our associates to bring you a new series of webinars responding to what you have been asking us for.  

We have been delivering our webinars through GOTO now for several years and are now increasing the number we provide.  We have also been using Microsoft Teams and Zoom for meetings with learners and one to one coaching.

Our webinars can be accessed anywhere – so long as you have a laptop, tablet, phone or desk top computer you can join us for the training session.

The webinars are one hour long and give you practical tips and techniques to improve your practice as well as links to valuable resources that you can follow up.

Webinars we have planned so far are below. Some are delivered by NICVA staff and others by associates and partners. We would love to hear from you if you would like to deliver a webinar in partnership with us for the sector or if there are other webinar topics you would like us to cover.  Plans are underway for coaching and mentoring and leadership and management.

31 March  Managing workplace projects

2 April   Involving Volunteers in response to COVID 19 (Volunteer Now)

8 April   Using social media and technology to connect with your staff and service users (Social Bee)

9 April   Involving Volunteers in response to COVID 19 (Volunteer Now)

10 April  Keep Calm and Replan - How to manage funded work during COVID 19

21 April  Developing yourself and others

28 April  Understanding Leadership

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by Sandra Bailie

Head of Organisational Development

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