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28 August 2019

Introduction to Social Enterprise | Wangaratta

Wangaratta, Victoria

People, planet, and profit – the three elements at the heart of all social enterprises. On this introductory session you will be introduced to the objectives, purpose, theories and practice of social enterprise. You will share the space with other cross-sector leaders to get on the same page about the potential of using social enterprise as a vehicle to support economic and community development.

Supported by: Rural City of Wangaratta

Ongoing

MAGIC Idea Accelerator

Cyberjaya

MaGIC Impact Driven Enterprise Accreditation (IDEA) Accelerator is a six-week programme providing early-stage Impact Driven Enterprises (IDEs) and Social Enterprises (SEs) with an opportunity to pilot their idea, test business plans, solidify their impact delivery models and secure capital through fundraising using innovative entrepreneurship strategies.

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Understanding Social Enterprise

Kigali

People, planet, and profit – the three elements at the heart of all social enterprises. Take time to discover how a social enterprise model can increase your sustainability while reducing donor-dependency.

22 & 23 August 2019

Understanding Social Enterprise | Mount Beauty

Mount Beauty, Alpine Shire

People, planet, and profit – the three elements at the heart of all social enterprises in rural communities. On this two-day workshop you will be introduced to the objectives, purpose, theories and practice of social enterprise.

Supported by: Rural Councils Victoria

28 August 2019

Growing Enterprising Communities

Arrochar

This day is about sharing experiences and giving you the space to think about options for your own organisation. Come along and learn with others working and volunteering in the third sector.

Supported by: Loch Lomond and Trossachs Community Partnerships

5 & 6 September 2019

Understanding Social Enterprise | Hepburn Shire

Daylesford, Hepburn Shire

People, planet, and profit – the three elements at the heart of all social enterprises.  But how can social enterprise be used as a driver for economic and community development? Over 2 days, you will be introduced to the objectives, purpose and practice of social enterprise in rural communities.

Supported by: Rural Councils Victoria

Autumn 2019

Award in Leadership for Teachers

Perth

This is a bespoke leadership programme, designed to meet the needs of emerging leaders in Education. Gain invaluable insight into your own leadership style and qualities, and a range of tools and techniques to use in your future career.

Supported by: SCEL

9 & 10 September 2019

Measuring Social Impact

Lusaka

Take two days and learn how to measure your organisation’s social impact, planning for the future difference you want to make. The programme will be split in two, exploring measuring social impact and then applying it to your own organisation.

Supported by: The Scottish Government

Starting 12 September 2019

Investing in Leadership

Newcastle

What kind of leader do you want to be? Take the time to develop your leadership abilities and understand the theories behind effective leadership. Explore the kind of leader you want to become, and the kind of leaders your team and organisation need you to be. You’ll connect with others working for social change, share valuable experiences  and challenge each other in a safe space, as you take this leadership journey together.

Supported by: The Big Issue Invest

12 & 13 September

Measuring Social Impact

Kitwe

Take two days and learn how to measure your organisation’s social impact, planning for the future difference you want to make. The programme will be split in two, exploring measuring social impact and then applying it to your own organisation.

Supported by: The Scottish Government

14 September 2019

Introduction to Measuring Social Impact

Lilongwe

This time next year, what difference do you want to be making? Take a day and learn how to measure your organisation’s social impact, planning for the future difference you want to make. You’ll connect with others working for social change and share experiences as you find the most suitable tools to communicate your impact.

Supported by: Flood Lilongwe

Starting 17 September 2019

Future Leaders for Creative Communities in Gaelic

Stornoway

This six-day programme will take you on a journey, beginning by exploring cultural identity and reflecting on how this shapes our creative activities. We will create a peer group of young creative leaders, who can support and stimulate each other on their enterprise journeys. The aim is to build innovative and successful communities, at the heart of which are enterprises anchored by Gaelic language and culture.

Supported by: Bòrd na Gàidhlig

17 September 2019

Understanding Social Enterprise for Teachers

Inverness

This Understanding Social Enterprise(USE) workshop will give you a broad view of the concept, providing you with ideas for raising awareness of social enterprise in your school. You’ll have the opportunity to register your interest in our Social Enterprise Schools programme, enter a Spring 2020 Dragons’ Den competition and pitch your ideas for a chance to win seed-funding for your social enterprise.

Supported by: The Scottish Government

19 & 20 September 2019

Understanding Social Enterprise | Buloke Shire

Nandaly, Buloke Shire

Over 2 days, you will be introduced to the objectives, purpose and practice of social enterprise in rural communities.

Supported by: Rural Councils Victoria

Starting 24 & 25 September 2019

Enterprising Leadership

Uist

The programme explores some of the skills, mind-sets and behaviours required to lead in an enterprising and innovative way. 

Supported by: Community Development Lens (CoDeL)