Training for voluntary and community organisations
We recognise the incredible contribution made by local Voluntary and Community Sector organisations (VCS) in helping people during the Covid-19 Pandemic.
We know that demand on local VCS organisations is increasing and that is having an impact on staffing.
Organisations and individuals are having to adapt and stay ahead of frequent policy changes in a stressful and emotionally challenging environment.
In order to help the sector, the council is supporting VCS organisations with free access to volunteers through our volunteering hub with Volunteer Centre Tower Hamlets.
We continue to signpost the sector towards local, regional, and national grant schemes, which can help organisations in Tower Hamlets with unexpected costs, loss of income, or new projects.
Support around Covid-19 and digital inclusion training is also available through local, regional, and national programmes. These can help organisations in Tower Hamlets build capacity and become more resilient and financially sustainable.
This page outlines some of the training opportunities available for VCS organisations in Tower Hamlets.
Please contact Tower Hamlets Council for Voluntary Service (THCVS) for any advice and support.
THCVS is offering its member organisations high-quality training, workshops, courses, and events courses to help them grow stronger and more resilient as organisations.
WAVE Tust – Trauma Training
Free training about trauma and trauma-informed approaches for staff in voluntary sector organisations
LBTH Public Health have commissioned WAVE Trust to deliver training about trauma and trauma informed approaches between January and June 2022 (3-4 dates each month for Module A and B, and monthly Q&A sessions. More dates to be added):
Free funding workshop: How to tap into unrestricted funding for community organisations in 2022
When: Tuesday 1 February, 12.30 to 1.00pm
Where: via Zoom
This is a workshop to find out how voluntary groups, Community Interest Companies (CIC), social enterprises, churches, schools, sports clubs or charities can benefit from unrestricted funding in 2022.
Becky Coleman, Community Fundraising Manager, will talk through how volunteers, staff and supporters can use the easyfundraising platform to raise donations for organisations when they shop with thousands of leading retailers. Becky will demonstrate how it works, show how to get started and answer any questions organisations might have. easyfundraising is free to use and is trusted by 170,000 good causes around the UK.
Register your place