Charity project management

Clare Aarons and Amber Shotton: Charity project management

Join Clare Aarons, from NCVO, and Amber Shotton, the FSI, for top tips on managing projects within your small charity.

A recent business report stated that in 2019 projects will become more complex for organisations, emphasing the need for keeping up the skillsets of those involved. As technology develops in all areas of our lives it is becoming increasingly important for those managing projects to consider new approaches and tools, to help keep up with the pace.

This session will provide you with;

  1. An introduction to the project management cycle
  2. Planning a project using product breakdown and time management tools to improve accuracy of project planning
  3. Exploration into personal time management tips and tools to keep your projects on track.

About Clare Aarons, NCVO
Clare Aarons is the Training Manager at NCVO. She is responsible for developing and delivering NCVO’s face to face and online training offer. She works with a range of trainers and consultants identifying the need for training and supporting them in the development of engaging materials.  

Clare is a qualified trainer, TAP Certified L&D Practitioner and moderator with 11 years project management experience. She has extensive experience of facilitating events and designing and delivering a range of accredited and non-accredited training and blended learning solutions. 

She is holds a TAP Certificate in Blended Learning 2016, NOCN Certificate in Internal Moderation 2008, City & Guilds 7407 Stage 2 Certificate in Further Education Teaching 2006. She has a BA (Hons) degree from the University of Manchester in Comparative Religion.

About Amber Shotton, the FSI
Amber brings with her significant experience in statutory funding with local, regional and national funding bodies, building strong partnerships with charities including negotiating commercial agreements, and co-designing of new solutions across multiple sectors. Amber has also worked with small charities on developing their Impact Measurement Frameworks, project evaluation and organisational reviews. In addition, Amber has co-chaired a national justice forum for two sector associations and a degree in Business Studies.

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