• Who’s it for? Women’s organisations and projects who want to learn more about: competitive tendering; what commissioners are looking for; improve their bid writing skills and improve their abilities to secure funding from public sector commissioners by submitting improved bids What’s it about? In this increasingly difficult economic climate it is essential that women’s organisations more »

  • The first special event of 2017-18 will focus on health and violence against women and girls. This event will emphasise the need of a holistic approach in understanding health and VAWG both within the VAWG sector and across other social issues and sectors. The aim of this event is to facilitate cross-sector conversations on health more »

  • Gender analysis: examines the differences in women’s and men’s lives, including those that lead to social and economic inequity for women, and applies this understanding to policy development and service delivery   What’s it about? This workshop is designed to support you to use a gender analytical approach in developing project proposals with consortia partners. more »

  • Who is it for? Women’s organisations and women’s projects, particularly the finance officer or CEO,   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 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 »

  • The Public Services (Social Value) Act 2012 places a duty on commissioners to consider social value before procuring public services. Social value means wider social, economic and environment benefits to the community beyond the primary purpose of the service being procured. This duty allows a council, for example, to choose a supplier under a tendering more »