Case Studies: Training
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- A4U - Action Advice Advocacy visited Walsall DIAL to get information and advice about delivering IT training
- Community Campus 87 visited In My Back Yard to learn about developing a commercial trading arm to provide a range of construction, building maintenance and training services for customers in the public, private, voluntary and community sector.
- DIAL Great Yarmouth visited West Norfolk Disability Information Service for advice on setting up and providing disability awareness and equality training
- DIAL Nuneaton and Bedworth visited the Disability Resource Centre for information and advice about training, selling aids and room hire.
- INDIGO Dyslexia Services visited the Dyscovery Centre Cardiff to get information and advice about how to expand services and include other courses/seminars/programmes to address a wide range of learning difficulties.
- Lancashire Global Education Centre visited Reading International Solidarity Centre for information and advice about marketing and selling training services and consultancy to the education centre.
- Liverpool World Centre visited Cheshire Development Education Centre for advice on how to convert their existing free support and workshop service into a paid service.
- Margins Project visited Frame of Mind for inspiration and ideas on how to expand their arts programme to incorporate more skills based training.
- Musical ARC visited Mind the Gap to get information and advice on developing a workshop and training package of services
- National Association for Premenstrual Syndrome visited the Endometriosis SHE Trust to learn about online trading.
- Nuneaton and Bedworth CVS sought advice from Richmond CVS about extending training provision to large VCO's, the private sector and public sector.
- Queen Street Community Centre wanted to deliver services to local residents and visited BlueSCI for information and advice about projects which promote social inclusion via contracts with local statutory partners.
- Sizanani Africa visited Rising Tide to get advice on developing their music project to provide young people with an accredited skill and practical experience.
- Street Dreams visited Leap Confronting Conflict to receive guidance, and gather information on the training industry in order to setup training programmes for adults.
- The Cancer Counselling Trust visited Action Cancer in Belfast for inspiration and ideas on setting up a trading arm which will run alongside their core service so that they can offer an employee assistance programme, supervision, training to specific groups (general helpline operators, teachers, HR personnel, government departments etc) plus specialist training for qualified counsellors who seek specific training in cancer issues.
- Youth Action Lancashire visited Youth Voice Leicester for guidance on training programmes and external consultancy.
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