Attending training courses, workshops or network meetings, can be a useful means of learning and development.
There are many opportunities across our regions. Check-in here regularly to find out what’s on.
Running for the seventh time in 2021, this full-year course has become a bit of an institution in the NFP sector, and in the last few years it has always been oversubscribed. It is funded by the Ministry of Education through Hagley College’s adult education programme. At $100 for the whole year (usually around 35 sessions) it is still incredibly good value for money.He kōrero anō arrow_forward
Multiple dates between 23 June - 26 October
Come to a workshop and receive the Kia Rite Hoea guide. This guide is a great resource for anyone organising community recreation, arts activities, programmes and events. Kia Rite Hoea will help you put your idea into action.He kōrero anō arrow_forward
Apa 17th of Rangi 2021,
6:15 - 8:00 a.m.
GOVERNANCE BITES are a series of free after-five events offering practical development opportunities in bite-sized pieces for ‘time poor’ and cash-strapped community leaders involved in non-profit boards in Canterbury, served up with pizza. What’s the secret to Governance that really makes a difference for a non-profit organisation?He kōrero anō arrow_forward