Starter Toolkit training in Stirling

Additional workshop to help Climate Challenge Fund projects get off to a running start

Following high levels of demand, another Climate Challenge Fund 'Starter Toolkit' workshop has been organised in Stirling. The workshop will take place on 8 June and you can register online to book your space.

If you are a newly funded Climate Challenge Fund (CCF) project, this popular workshop will help you get off to a running start with what’s required in terms of delivering and reporting on your CCF project and where to find supporting resources.

40 representatives from CCF projects have attended the training so far, with attendees also enjoying the chance to network with representatives from other CCF projects. We are pleased to share the thoughts from Aneel Bhopal from Forth Valley Communities for Conservation and Julie Fox from Lunch for Less who kindly agreed to a short interview following their attendance at the Stirling and Glasgow sessions.

Other comments about the training have included:

"Helped me to think of how to monitor the project and source further information on the website"

"I now feel focused on delivering a successful project that makes a difference"

"Good introduction to running a Climate Challenge Fund project"

"Very informative with friendly, helpful trainers"

"Fantastic opportunity to engage and learn about the Climate Challenge Fund, processes etc, but more importantly peer connections."

All the resources outlined in the workshop are available online through the Climate Challenge Fund Starter Toolkit on the CCF website.

15 May 2017

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