The National College of Ireland, The Wheel and Quality Matters have come together to develop and present a major training and professional growth opportunity to the Irish non-profit sector.
This workshop will give you really practical advice on how you and your team can write effectively for the web. We’ll also cover best practice for Search Engine Optimisation (SEO). You’ll get a chance to do exercises and put what you’ve learned into practice right away, and will leave with a plan of action to take back to your organisation.
This full-day accredited (CPD 4 hours) workshop will provide an essential examination of the ways in which the legal responsibilities and duties of the Company Secretary & Directors have changed under the new Companies Act 2014 and the Charites Act 2009.
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.
Whether your PR budget is big or small, this workshop will show you how the media really operates.
As a non-profit employer, there are certain legal requirements you are beholden to, including the Safety, Health and Welfare at Work Act 2005.
Maintaining public support for the Irish community and voluntary sector requires us to make it easy for the public to place their confidence in us.
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.
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...
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...