8.30am to 3.30pm at the Historic Village
An event bringing social sector organisations together to learn and develop professionally.
Below is a listing of the workshops complete with the presentation material and handouts.
- Social Sector Live Inventory Launch – Karen Summerhays – Smartgrowth Wellbeings Officer
- Health & Safety and what the new legislation means to community organisations – David Wilkinson, Worksafe Assessment Manager explains and discusses the requirements and how to comply.
- Worksafe Presentation
- Great Expectations: What can Managers expect from their Trustees? – Ron Scott of Stellaris asks and answers the question. Broad brush principles of the responsibilities of governance.
- Changes for Charities – Reporting standards An update on the key changes for Registered Charities and their end-of-year reporting. Come along to get a handle on what’s changed and why. Find out about all the great resources ready and waiting for you. Presented by Francesca Ephraim, Regional Advisor and Julia Fletcher, Financial Accountant from Charities Services
- Your volunteer programme – does it fit your purpose? Iris Beemster – Volunteer WBOP. This workshop will look at how to develop and maintain an effective volunteer programme based on five stages of the Volunteer Programme Development Cycle.
- Lotteries Heritage Marae Funding – Staff from Dept of Internal Affairs give a presentation on the requirements for applications to this fund.
- NZ Navigator – NZ Navigator is a free online self-assessment tool designed for community organisations who are interested to take a step back and review where they are at. NZ Navigator will help you identify strengths, areas for development and then link you to resources that can help you get started on your development action plan.
- NZ Navigator presentation
- Developmental Evaluation for Beginners – Lisa Hickling – Calibrate Consultancy. Developmental Evaluation appears to be the latest concept in evaluation that has relevance for community organisations, not least as it is a current focus for funders. This evaluation focus is a bit broader than traditional evaluation and incorporates notions of organisational learning and development for continuous improvement.
- Your Funding Plan – Jim Datson Having a funding plan won’t bring the money in but it will certainly help you understand which doors to open and how to attract money and support. This session will help you develop your funding planning skills to constantly improve your success.
Thanks to our local funders for being willing and available.