Category: Training

Regulation, Resources & Recognition

Irish charities have never before faced such challenges as they do now. Concerns over governance and transparency are having an effect on public support for the work that our sector does. And charity regulation is placing complex new responsibilities on our already full plates.

Health & Safety

As a non-profit employer, there are certain legal requirements you are beholden to, including the Safety, Health and Welfare at Work Act 2005.

Introduction to Social Media for Charities

This half-day workshop will show you how to promote your work, organisation and recruit new supporters with social media as well as provide you with examples of the best (and worst) practices in the community and voluntary sector.

Interactive Teaching Method

For anyone who is considering the new ITM Training Cycle which will begin this September, I thought I might remind you that the final booking deadline for applications is 1st September 2016.  For over a hundred...

Financing Your Future – Getting Started

Dublin, 3 November 2016 Every non-profit is driven by a vision. The challenge is in ensuring that your organisation has sufficient and reliable resources in order to realise this vision. Inspired by, The Wheel’s...

Corporate Fundraising

Corporate Fundraising – Engaging Businesses to Boost Your Income Dublin – 13 October 2016 At present corporate Income and sponsorship represents just 2% of income fundraised in Ireland – but, when done well corporate sponsorship...

Léargas International Training Opportunities

Appetiser: An introduction to using Erasmus+ Youth in Action for international youth work Date: 5-9 December 2106 Location: Budapest, Hungary ‘Appetiser’ aims to give a strong, positive first experience of international youth work; motivate...

Governance Code Bootcamp Programme

The Wheel is delighted to announce the launch of the new Governance Code Bootcamp programme, an innovative 18-month governance training and support system for Irish non-profits. What exactly is it? Developed in partnership with the Children’s...