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Developing an anchor institution approach

Developing an anchor institution approach is a half day training course for people from anchor institutions who want to apply community wealth building strategies in their organisations.

The training will focus on four themes

Introduction: What are the strategies of community wealth building?

Practice: Where have these strategies been applied in anchor institutions and what has the impact been?

Action: Identifying the strategies are most relevant to your organisation and place

18 September, 2019 - 13:00 to 17:00
Manchester
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Developing an anchor institution approach

Developing an anchor institution approach is a half day training course for people from anchor institutions who want to apply community wealth building strategies in their organisations.

The training will focus on four themes

Introduction: What are the strategies of community wealth building?

Practice: Where have these strategies been applied in anchor institutions and what has the impact been?

Action: Identifying the strategies are most relevant to your organisation and place

11 September, 2019 - 13:00 to 17:00
Manchester
Shared Topic Areas: 

Developing an anchor institution approach

Developing an anchor institution approach is a half day training course for people from anchor institutions who want to apply community wealth building strategies in their organisations.

The training will focus on four themes

Introduction: What are the strategies of community wealth building?

Practice: Where have these strategies been applied in anchor institutions and what has the impact been?

Action: Identifying the strategies are most relevant to your organisation and place

4 September, 2019 - 13:00 to 17:00
Manchester
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Unleashing the power of procurement

Procurement has a reputation as a dull and bureaucratic exercise carried out by the risk averse. This session will de-bunk this myth and highlight the key role that procurement can play in building community wealth and achieving greater economic, social and environmental value for local places and people

The training will focus on four main themes

Introduction: Why is progressive procurement a key tool within local economic development?

Theory: How do you analyse the impact of procurement spend on local economies?

17 September, 2019 - 13:00 to 17:00
Manchester
Shared Topic Areas: 

Unleashing the power of procurement

Procurement has a reputation as a dull and bureaucratic exercise carried out by the risk averse. This session will de-bunk this myth and highlight the key role that procurement can play in building community wealth and achieving greater economic, social and environmental value for local places and people

The training will focus on four main themes

Introduction: Why is progressive procurement a key tool within local economic development?

Theory: How do you analyse the impact of procurement spend on local economies?

10 September, 2019 - 13:00 to 17:00
Manchester
Shared Topic Areas: 

Unleashing the power of procurement

Procurement has a reputation as a dull and bureaucratic exercise carried out by the risk averse. This session will de-bunk this myth and highlight the key role that procurement can play in building community wealth and achieving greater economic, social and environmental value for local places and people

The training will focus on four main themes

Introduction: Why is progressive procurement a key tool within local economic development?

Theory: How do you analyse the impact of procurement spend on local economies?

3 September, 2019 - 13:00 to 17:00
Manchester
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Advice Supervisor, Manchester Volunteer Advice Partnership (MVAP) – Centrepoint at Manchester Mind

This partnership project recruits and trains advice volunteers centrally and then supports them in ways that enable them to develop. This collaboration of Manchester Mind, Cheetham Hill Advice Centre, Greater Manchester Immigration Aid Unit, Manchester Refugee Support Network and Centrepoint Manchester is also increasing their respective capacities to meet the advice needs of the communities. The partners all share their talents and skills and the responsibility for this exciting project for which Manchester Mind serves as lead and accountable body.

Hours: 
17.5 hours per week
Salary: 
£28,221 pro rata (£14,110 actual)
Location: 
Manchester

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