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Learning Links One Day Training Funding from Commissioning: Time to get involved? The full course overview What the course will cover: - The C Word: what is it? - Context and background including Government objectives - Understanding the differences between commissioning and procurement - Is it for you? How you can get involved - Preparing yourself to be commissioned – what do you need to consider?
Who should attend: This workshop is aimed at small – medium voluntary or community organisations or groups that are interested in delivering public services and understanding more about the commissioning environment. It would benefit managers or individuals that are involved in business, fundraising or service development within their organisation. Background information: Over the past few years the funding environment for the voluntary and community has changed substantially; moving away from grants and bidding to commissioning and tendering for the delivery of public services. This workshop will draw upon lessons learned by organisations who have successfully tendered for service provision. It will guide participants through the definition and context of commissioning and procurement, help organisations to consider where they might be able to become involved and what their next steps could be. Cost: £180.00 per person (excluding VAT). Dates: Wednesday 17th August 2011 Wednesday 16th November 2011 Wednesday 15th February 2012 Booking: To book or for further information please contact us on 023 9229 6460 or email@example.com.
Additional Information Learning Links training courses and workshops will be held in Portsmouth and Isle of Wight. The location of the course and workshop will depend on the demand. Prices are per person and do not include VAT (charities are exempt from paying VAT). Lunch is not included in the price. If you book 5 people or more for the same course or workshop then we can come to you. Our highly trained tutors can tailor the training courses and workshops to suit you and your organisations requirements.
Published on May 19, 2011