WRC Trainings and Events

  • Who is it for? Organisations that want to learn about how to improve their grant applications. Module 1 (10.00am-12.30pm) What’s it about? This two part course complementary course will enable you to understand funders’ criteria, the key features of a good funding proposal and the evidence funders require to demonstrate effectiveness. What will I take more »

  • September THU 15

    Who is it for?  Organisations new to developing business plans What’s it about? Business plans are a standard requirement for private sector businesses. Increasingly many funders and commissioners require organisations to have a business plan. This module will improve your knowledge of business planning and give you the tools and resources to create one for more »

  • The Women’s Resource Centre is organising a special event as part of the Ascent partnership:   Strengthening local and pan-London VAWG services through sharing, learning and collaboration This event will bring together women’s organisations and VAWG coordinators from London boroughs to share ideas, learn and collaborate to strengthen local and pan-London VAWG services.The day will include round more »

  • September THU 22

    What is it about? This training uses practical exercises to focus on your organisation and the financial documents you need. The course will give you the knowledge and tools to understand and develop the following financial information: Balance sheet Cashflow forecasting Profit and loss accounts Full cost recovery budget Break even point This training gives more »

  • September TUE 27

    WRC is hosting another edition of the London Borough Surgery, this time in the borough of Haringey on Tuesday 27 September 2016. This event brings together specialists from the sector with commissioners and women’s organisations in London with a focus on Haringey, but also open to organisations based in Hackney, Islington, Enfield and Waltham Forest. This exciting event more »

  • Who is it for? The course is primarily for Women’s Voluntary and Community Sector Organisations looking to expand their knowledge on monitoring and evaluating outcomes. The course is also open to people from the voluntary and community sector working on projects and services for women.   What’s it about? The course is relevant to anyone more »