Category: Training

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Certificate in Child Protection and Welfare

The Department of Applied Social Studies in the National University of Ireland, Maynooth in partnership with the National Youth council of Ireland’s Child Protection programme offers applications for the Certificate in Child Protections and...

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Certificate in Youth Arts

The Certificate in Youth Arts is a part time, year long university accredited course of study in Irish Youth Arts Practice managed and delivered by the Arts Programme at NYCI. (Accrediting body: NUI Maynooth,...

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NYCI Information Seminar on Garda Vetting

The National Youth Council of Ireland’s Child Protection Programme is hosting an information seminar on the 3rd December 2014 from 10 am – 4pm at the Aisling Hotel, Parkgate Street, Dublin 8. The seminar...

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Finance for Non-Financial Managers

Financial management can be intimidating task to grapple with. But, as this workshop will demonstrate, it is possible for those without specialist training to learn how to learn how to manage their non-profit’s finances...

National Volunteer Management Conference 2014

The premier conference for volunteer management in Ireland, the National Volunteer Management Conference takes place on Tuesday 4th November at Dublin Castle Conference Centre and will provide attendees with an affordable day of professional...

Courses at the Carmichael Centre

In addition to delivering customised training courses and training support, the Carmichael Centre provide a bi-annual Training and Development Programme. These courses address the unique needs of people working within the Community and Voluntary...

Designated Liaison Person Training

The National Youth Council of Ireland will hold a Designated Person Liaison Training course on the 21st, 22nd and 23rd of October 2014 in the Camden Court Hotel, Dublin 2. It will run from 10-4pm daily,...

Fundraise with Confidence

Has your confidence taken a hit when it comes to fundraising (in person or indirectly) with members of the public or major donors in recent months? Recent negative charity media headlines certainly don’t appear...