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DM Thomas Foundation for Young People - Deadline 25th July 2017

Source By:Community Matters Yorkshire

DM Thomas Foundation for Young People (DMTFYP) is able to reach directly into communities and offer help where it is needed, as a funder to smaller charities and organisations that may be otherwise overlooked. They run a number of campaigns which seek to support young people.

Deadline 25th July

More information available here

Ernest Cook Trust - Deadline 31st July 2017

Source By: Community Matters Yorkshire

As well as offering a wide-ranging programme of land-based learning for children and young people, the Ernest Cook Trust gives grants to registered charities, schools and not-for-profit organisations wishing to encourage young peoples interest either in the countryside and the environment or the arts (in the broadest sense) or aiming to raise levels of literacy and numeracy.

Deadline 31st July

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The Radcliffe Trust - Heritage & Crafts - UK - Deadline 31st July 2017

Source By: Community Matters Yorkshire

The Radcliffe Trust supports the development of the skills, knowledge and experience that underpin the UKs traditional cultural heritage and crafts sectors. This includes support for craft and conservation training, for practical projects, particularly those that include a strong training element, and for strategic projects which demonstrate clear benefits to individuals and to the sector.

Deadline 31st July

More information available here

WEA courses at Day-Mer_Black Struggle & Kurdish language

Source By: Day-Mer

Please find attached leaflets for two Workers Educational Association courses to be delivered at Day-Mer Turkish & Kurdish Community Centre from September for 12 weeks titled:

Black People’s Long Struggle Against Racism in America


Kurdish Language and Culture



Course: Project Management in Practice (3 day workshop) - 1st-3rd August 2017

Source By: LBH

Date: 1st - 3rd August  2017

Time: 09:30 - 16.30

This three-day interactive workshop will allow you to develop and practise the skills you will need to manage any project. We use Hackney case studies and work in groups, using core tools and techniques to deliver real life examples of managing a project. You will receive useful feedback for the future.

Learning outcomes

By the end of this workshop you will be able to:

  • Understand the concepts of project management
  • Use the Hackney approach to project management
  • Use project management tools to produce an agreed understanding of a change and the project to deliver it
  • Produce a project plan and schedule
  • Develop the governance structure to allow the project the best chance of delivery and for benefit realisation
  • Define risks profiles and the use of a risk tracker
  • Develop lessons learned for use on current and future projects

Who should attend

All staff members who manage projects as part of their role.

There is a one-day workshop called Project management essentials for people who may use the skills in the future.




Please email your completed booking form to and do remember to include the course title which you wish to attend. If you have specific query regarding this course please email

Please also have the course title as the header title instead of having development opportunities as the header title.

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