WRC Trainings and Events

  • This is a unique opportunity to learn about what commissioners are looking for and how to improve your ability to secure funding through competitive tendering from a trainer who has experience of both sides of the commissioning process. Fiona Dwyer is the Strategic Lead for Violence Against Women and Girls at Haringey Council and has more »

  • Who’s it for? This is a key piece of legislation that is relevant to work being carried out in all sectors and at all levels. The course is designed to be accessible to a wide audience and avoids legal jargon. It focuses on deepening participants understanding of how the Equality Act 2010 can be used more »

  • Due to popular demand, the WRC are putting on training focused on finances. We recognise that financial language and knowledge is overwhelming and can make you turn and run for the hills. We also recognise that when you understand your organisation’s finances you are confident and in control.    That is why we have created this more »

  • Who is it for? Organisations that are already in a partnership or have a partnership in mind. What’s it about? This course will provide guidance on how and why organisations may want to work in partnership and on how to identify potential partnerships as well as learning about what makes successful partnerships. It will also more »

  • Aim To increase participants’ skill and confidence when delivering training sessions in their organisations. Objectives At the end of the course participants will be able to: State the essential steps needed to plan and deliver an effective training session List the key learning styles and a variety of ways to cater for them during training more »