Bristol April 2017

Training in Bristol: 4th – 5th April 2017

Our next event in Bristol will offer 160 delegate training places over two days so that all bristol
small charities, wherever they are, can access the skills they need to become self sustaining.

Training sessions cover a wide range of fundraising techniques and back office skills delivered by experienced and knowledgeable trainers.  Each course has a market value of £325, course places are heavily subsidised and donated to small charities by the sponsors, donors, funders and Trustees of the FSI.

  • Venue: The Greenway Centre, Doncaster Road Bristol, BS10 5PY
  • Date: Tuesday 4th – Wednesday 5th April 2017
  • Time: 09.30 – 16.30 (registration from 09.15)
  • Cost: Full day training courses have an average market value of £300 but are delivered to our members for £15, to secure a place you will be required to pay a £50 deposit but on attendance and after completing the full day training course £35 will be refunded to youRetained fees contribute to deposit and refund processing and administration costs

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  • Trustee Role in Fundraising

    FSI5

    Half day course, PM, 4th April, Bristol One of the key strategic responsibilities of the Trustees is to ensure that the charity has sufficient resources to pursue its aims and objectives. This responsibility requires Trustees to take an active interest in fund …read more and book

  • Trustee Role in Risk Management

    FSI5

    Half day course, AM, 4th April, Bristol Charity trustees are responsible for ensuring that risks to the charity are regularly reviewed and that they focus their attention on taking actions to address the most serious risks to the charity. As a …read more and book

  • Project Management

    FSI5

    Full day course, 4th April, Bristol Efficient project management need not be an overwhelming process, this course provides an introduction to practical tools your charity can use to plan projects, set them up and keep them on track. Target Audience …read more and book

  • Major Donor Fundraising

    FSI5

    Full day course, 4th April, Bristol Major Donor fundraising is the fastest growing area of new income for charities in the UK and internationally. Major Donor fundraising is all about building and nurturing relationships with individuals, so that they want to …read more and book

  • Developing Community Fundraising

    FSI5

    Full day course, 4th April, 2017 Community fundraising is large audience, lower return fundraising but they do bring many other benefits to the organization e.g. supporter and volunteer recruitment, awareness raising and keeping a profile locally. The course will empower participants …read more and book

  • Develop Your Fundraising Strategy

    FSI5

    Full day course, 4th April, Bristol A comprehensive and effective fundraising strategy is at the core of sustainability for any charity.  Taking a strategic approach to fundraising will help ensure that your charity has a mixed income approach which focuses energy …read more and book

  • Developing Corporate Relationships

    FSI5

    Full day course, 5th April, Bristol This course has been designed to help you and your charity understand the opportunities for engaging with and working with companies. The course will look at the different ways in which companies may get involved …read more and book

  • Managing Event Fundraising Successfully

    FSI5

    Full day course, 5th April, Bristol Like community fundraising, event fundraising is a lower return but often wide audience fundraising methodology that can offer other benefits  such as supporter recruitment and profile raising. The course will empower participants to plan and …read more and book

  • Fundraising from Trusts & Foundations

    FSI5

    Full day course, 5th April, London With an estimated 9,000 independent trusts and foundations in the UK giving £2 billion in grants each year they are a prime source of funding for your charity. However, it is absolutely vital that …read more and book