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Funding Scotland

Supporting Scotland's vibrant voluntary sector

Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations

The Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations is the membership organisation for Scotland's charities, voluntary organisations and social enterprises. Charity registered in Scotland SC003558. Registered office Mansfield Traquair Centre, 15 Mansfield Place, Edinburgh EH3 6BB.

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Anne Whiteford

Anne has been training in the voluntary sector for many years, starting as a volunteer training in Scouting,and then working professionally for Scouting at UK and World levels for over 20 years, where training,Anne has been providing training for SCVO for the past 7 years, covering topics such as Meeting Today,’s Volunteering Challenges, Train the Trainer Workshop and Managing Projects.,Anne's current courses: Train the trainer: a training toolkit and Meeting today’s volunteering challenges

Event booking

procedures, terms & conditions How to book Before booking, please read the course content to ensure it meets,your training needs, you meet any entry requirements and you will be comfortable participating fully,made by someone other than the named learner, it is the employer’s responsibility to ensure the course meets,You can read SCVO’s Training and Events privacy notice here.,Get in touch Events and training team, or 0131 474 8005 SCVO general enquiries, 0800

SCVO digital delivery privacy notice

One to one support (phone calls and face to face meetings) to help your organisation become more digitally,Leadership development programme with monthly meetings and interactive support from SCVO Digital team,Regular networking events.,receiving digital support from SCVO we may send you occasional ‘special’ digital bulletins with details of events,required to deliver the services outlined above - these are currently Mhor Collective (Digital Champion Trainers

SCVO Impact Report 2022/23

SCVO is continually evolving what we do to meet emerging needs, as well as delivering the tried and tested,or via our pro-bono partners to develop and build their capacity. 684 new members 11 new supporters Meet,and provided invaluable advice on topics from governance to setting up and running an organisation to meet,Our affordable, flexible and sector focussed training programme means that our learners had access to,co-delivered solutions Increased stakeholder buy-in and digital inclusion delivery by members Increased online meeting

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20s when she was diagnosed with cancer, now Heather Duff is calling on Scots to run with her to beat the

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Social enterprise gym is going from strength to strength

Projekt 42 aims to provide a fitness space for all, whilst promoting good physical and mental health

See what your charity can learn from these digital champions

Rebecca Curtis-Moss, in her role as a digital communications trainer, offers up her favourite examples of charities doing a good job of using digital technology