Support for your Climate Challenge Fund project
Welcome to the Climate Challenge Fund Capacity Building Programme (CBP) delivered by Keep Scotland Beautiful through our management of the Scottish Government's Climate Challenge Fund.
The CBP offers training, project tools and resources to help you meet the objectives of your CCF funded project and to engage effectively with your community on climate change. Communities have been running CCF projects since 2008 and we strive to share and communicate best practice, expertise and learning via networking events and online.
The CCF Project Toolkit is a key area of support available for CCF Grant Recipients through the CBP. The Project Toolkit aims to help you to deliver more effective CCF projects by giving practical project tools and advice with a series of four workshops. Each workshop will be held in Stirling, Inverness, Glasgow and Edinburgh between May and July:
1. CCF Starter Toolkit - aims to get you off to a flying start with your CCF project, including reviewing outcomes and making plans to monitor progress.
2. CCF Claims Surgeries - aim to give you all the information you need to claim your CCF grant successfully
3. Increasing Participation in Your Project - aims to help you to develop a more effective plan to promote your project and improve engagement and meet branding and promotional requirements.
4. Data Collection for Carbon Reporting - aims to help you identify what information you need to report on carbon reductions, and how to collect it.
For more information, including dates and how to book see the CCF Events Page
Keep Connected with the CBP Monthly e-Bulletin
The Monthly e-Bulletin will keep you up-to-date with the latest news, resources, funding, training and events to support you running your CCF project, and build capacity for future action on climate change. As you recruit staff and volunteers please encourage them to sign-up to this e-bulletin.
Also follow our Facebook page and Twitter feed for regular updates and you can keep in touch with other CCF Projects via the Peer-Peer Resource Library.
11 April 2018