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Resilience in the Third Sector

November 18 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm

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Resilience in the Third Sector

This course will equip you with the practical strategies you need to strengthen your inner reserves and become more resilient in your role.

Funded through the European Social Fund, this course is packed full of useful information and gives you the opportunity to reflect on how you are coping and points you in the right direction to move forward and bounce back.

About this training

The global pandemic has had significant impact on the third sector. The third sector is, in numerous ways, the last line of support for communities. Over the past 18 months we have focused on surviving the immediate situation; transferring to digital working mode, working from home, faced with a lack of time and staff shortages. These challenges are significant because third sector staff resilience is at the heart of supporting our communities. Join our Resilience in the Third Sector one day session to learn how you can become more resilient in your role by exploring what we mean by resilience and outlining the practical strategies we can put in place to strengthen those inner reserves.

• Where does resilience come from?

• How do you keep things in perspective?

This course is packed full of useful information and gives you the opportunity to reflect on how you are coping and points you in the right direction to move forward and bounce back.

The training will take place online via Zoom on Thursday 18th November, 10am – 1pm

Eligibility

This programme is open to people living in the Liverpool City Region (Liverpool, Sefton, Knowsley, Wirral, St Helens, or Halton) but please contact our team to check full eligibility criteria.

As this project is funded by the European Social Fund, you will need to provide evidence of right to work in the UK and fill in a registration form.

Examples of evidence you could provide includes:

  • Passport
  • National Insurance number card or letter from HMRC
  • Birth or adoption certificate

We will also need some evidence of your current employment status, but our team will discuss this with you based on your individual circumstances.

Questions? Contact The Women’s Organisation on hello@thewo.org.uk or 0151 706 8111

Tickets for this event will close on Tuesday 11th November 9am

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18th November 2021

FREE

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If you have questions about this event call us on 0151 706 8111 or contact us online