WRC Trainings and Events

  • Who is it for? Women’s organisations interested to learn about the commissioning and procurement process. What’s it about? The gradual shift from public sector grants to contracts and the more recent reduction in commissioner numbers are having an adverse impact on specialist women’s services. The process of commissioning services via competitive tendering has meant that more »

  • 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 »

  • The Women’s Resource Centre are honoured to have Louise Whitfield, public law and human rights specialist and partner at Deighton Pierce Glynn deliver our training session ‘Making the case: Equalities and Human Rights’ on Thursday 17 November 2016, 10 AM – 4 PM. This is an amazing opportunity to attend a fully funded training session on human more »

  • Who is it for? Organisations and activists wanting to influence policy makers or more widely to further the demands of a campaign or create change What’s it about? This half day session will increase knowledge on and skills to effectively undertake policy advocacy or activities which influence legal or social reform What you will take more »

  •   The ASCENT programme has been funded by London Councils to host three special events each year to address overarching issues in the VAWG sector in London. The events are part of the Strengthening Local & Pan-London VAWG services through sharing, learning and collaboration. Who is this event for? ♀  Women voluntary sector organisations ♀ more »

  • Who is it for? Women’s organisations and women’s projects looking to work in partnership and who want to learn how to manage finances.   What’s it about? The course is geared toward applying practical knowledge necessary in relating recognised financial concepts for financial decision making in consortium.   The course is developed to make better use more »

  • Who is it for? The nature of fundraising and the climate in which we fundraise has developed radically over the last few years. In order for an organisation to successfully generate income in today’s competitive environment, it is important to have a good understanding of fundraising.  This course will help you to identify different stages more »

  • 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 »

  • Who is it for? Organisations new to thinking strategically about partnerships that want to know how to get started with identifying and developing them. Module 1 [10:00-12:30] What’s it about? This module looks into why as an organisation, you would want to develop a partnership and identify potential partnerships. What will I take away? A more »

  • Who is it for? Individuals who are or will be involved in the design and delivery of training in their organisations What’s it about? This one day course guides participants through the key skills needed to design and deliver effective training and handle common difficult situations that may arise What will I take away? An more »