Free training opportunities for community-led organisations
Keep Scotland Beautiful manages the Climate Challenge Fund (CCF) on behalf of the Scottish Government and we provide free training for CCF Grant Recipients and other community-led organisations wanting to take action on climate change through the Capacity Building Programme.
We are delighted to summarise the first workshops available through the 2019/20 Capacity Building Programme. All the workshops are available to book via the events section of the CCF website.
For CCF Grant Recipients
CCF Claims Surgery - This workshop aims to give you all the information you need to claim your CCF grant successfully, and the team will be on hand to answer all your questions.
CCF Starter toolkit - This workshop aims to get you up to speed with the nuts and bolts of what’s required in terms of delivering and reporting on your CCF project. This session is an opportunity to review your project application and start to make practical plans to manage your project - including developing monitoring and evaluation plans, tools for reviewing project progress and reporting on progress.
Free for any Scottish-based, community-led organisation
Increasing Participation in Your Project - Many community organisations find the most challenging part of their projects is encouraging people to get involved with their project. This workshop will help you to develop a more effective plan to promote your project and improve engagement
Host a Carbon Literacy for Communities Course - We are offering the chance for community-led organisations to host a Carbon Literacy course in 2019/20. In order to take up this offer all we ask is you provide the venue and guarantee a minimum ten participants from at least from at least two community-led organisations in your area.
We will release further training dates and networking opportunities over the coming weeks, so please do check back regularly. You can also keep up to date through the Capacity Building Programme e-Bulletin and our Facebook and Twitter activity.
If you have any queries, please contact the CCF Capacity Building Officer Claire Gibson: firstname.lastname@example.org or 01786 468772.
15 March 2019