Collaboration: Place: Change is designed to be undertaken alongside your day-to-day work and combines face-to-face and virtual working. The face-to-face sessions will consist of a series of networking days and residentials that take place within Norfolk and Suffolk, with virtual sessions taking place via Zoom.
As a result of taking part in the course you will:
On completion of the programme you will receive a certificate of attendance outlining a list of the training sessions you attended which can be used as a useful reference as your career develops.
The course content will be delivered by the partner organisations and by ‘Experts by Experience’. A timetable for each event will be distributed in advance and contain a combination of elements. Each event will be facilitated to help you get the most out of the programme.
Clore Leadership will provide training which supports personal leadership development exploring authenticity, inclusion, managing change, wellbeing and resilience, governance and finance.
Achates Philanthropy will explore working with an audience informed approach, managing yourself and your organisation and developing a Theory of Change.
University of East Anglia
UEA will be providing academic expertise offering opportunities to engage with current research in areas including Evaluating Arts for Health and Wellbeing, Ethics in the Creative and Cultural Sector, Creative Education research and The Impact of Festivals.
Experts by Experience
To complement the training there will be opportunities to hear from a range of experts by experience from a wide range of sectors both from the region and beyond.
To ensure that the programme achieves what it sets out to achieve, and to ensure we monitor participant progress and satisfaction, BOP Consulting will be carrying out evaluation throughout the programme.
Fee for organisations with 11 employees or more: £1250 per participant
Fee for organisations with 10 employees or fewer: £750 per participant
There is no charge for those who apply as freelancers or sole-traders.
We are offering four bursaries of £2,000 each to enable freelancers to participate in the programme (to cover a loss of income). This is not available to those applying from an organisation. See information about applying for a bursary in Form Part 2 – Personal details
The fee includes:
The fee does not include: