supporting, developing and representing community groups,
voluntary organisations, social enterprises and volunteering

Lunchtime Learning

  • Fife Voluntary Action is running a new series of learning events...with a twist!

    Lunchtime Learning sessions will be held from 12:00 - 13:00. These are short training sessions focusing on quick messaging and short, 'chunky' learning outcomes for participants/learners. They will be a chance to catch up on topics integral to the provision of our services.

    In the third sector, we are all getting busier and busier and have learned to adapt rapidly to changing circumstances- the COVID-19 crisis has taught us that we are even more resilient, creative and adaptable than we thought. An extra hour here and there spent developing the team no longer seems awkward to most of us, so we hope you will be able to fit these sessions into your hectic schedules.

    Available to book

    Working in Partnership - the Pitfalls and the Practicalities
    Delivered by Laura Crombie (Clued-Up) and Pegs Bailey (Fife Voluntary Action)

    Date: Tuesday 26 November 2020
    Time: 12:00 - 1:00pm
    Venue: Zoom - booking is essential as the link will be only be sent to registered participants on the day of the event.

    Book a place(s) now!
    Working in partnership and collaborating with others is increasingly seen as central by funders and policy makers. Seen from the perspective of people who use services, this is a no-brainer- our lives, and the barriers and challenges we face, do not exist in silos. Neither should the services that are in place to support them.

    So why doesn't it happen more often? Join us at this Lunchtime Learning session to hear about Clued Up's experiences of working in partnership at multiple levels. Participants will hear about the different models and approaches that can be used and explore common pitfalls to avoid and practicalities to have in place to make partnership working successful for your organisation, your staff and- most importantly- the people you support.

    Coming soon

    More sessions will be added here in the future.
    Check regularly and subscribe to our News and Events e-bulletin to stay up to date.

    For more information, please contact Pegs Bailey and Sandy MacKenzie

This page was last updated on 11 November 2020.
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