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Social Enterprise Skills Programme: 3 days at UCL
This series of workshops introduces social enterprise and will give a clear and practical approach to starting, managing and growing social enterprises.
A practical approach will be taken to assist participants to understand and create compelling visions and value frameworks to address social or environmental issues. Governance, legal and operational issues will also be addressed. The importance of stakeholders and networking will be explored.
Social enterprises require differential strategies for start up, growth and support as well as different business models. The importance of good leadership and management are crucial for success as are a clear understanding of marketing and procurement and supply chain participation.
Other topics will include sources of start up and growth finance and financial management as well as the importance and methods of capturing and reporting social or environmental impact.
Topic: A Three day workshop at UCL Advances presented by Red Ochre
When: 8th to 10th July 2013
Where: University College London, Gower Street, London, WC1E 6BT
Course outline: Click here to see the course outline.
Applications for a place
If people would like to attend they will need to fill out the application form and other documents that can be found here.
If you are interested in applying, please fill out the application form and return to Fiona Bell. Or, they can get in contact with myself if they have any questions.
For more information:
Fiona Bell, Training Co-ordinator, UCL Advances, Gordon House, 29 Gordon Square, London, WC1H 0PP
Tel: 020 7679 7471 (ext: 27471)
Email: Fiona Bell