Social Enterprise Learning across Highland

With lighter nights here and hopefully snowy mornings behind us, spring is a great time to put new ideas into motion. The Academy programmes provide the space to develop plans and explore new ways of doing things. 

Aimed at the 18-25 age group we have:

  • Award in Leadership - Muir of Ord – starts Mar 21&22
  • Social Enterprise Connect – Inverness – Mar 22&23
  • Project Management – Elgin – Mar 27&28
  • Measuring Social Impact – Fort William – Apr 18&19
  • Leadership for Social Enterprise – Grantown-on-Spey – Apr 24&25
  • Wide Horizons, Working in Social Enterprise – Elgin – starts April 30&May1
  • Finance for the Heritage Sector – Inverness – May 1
  • Budgeting and Finance for Charity Managers – Strathpeffer – May 2
  • Practitioner-led Learning Exchange (Train the Trainer) – Grantown-on-Spey – starts May 9&10
  • Global Social Enterprise Residential – Nairn – June 3,4,5&6
  • Coaching Skills – Skye – June 5&6
  • Project Management – Kingussie – June 21&22

For the 16-25 age group we have:

  • Award in Leadership – Young People into Social Enterprise – Skye – starts June 8
Social Enterprise Boards are not always representative of the communities they serve, therefore this course has been designed to develop leadership skills in young people. This is a fully funded residential programme over two weekend (June and August) to prepare 16-25 year olds for getting involved in social enterprises as Directors. All costs covered, including accommodation (at Sabhal Mor Ostaig), all meals, accreditation  and travel costs. Further information can be found -> HERE.
 
Further details can be found at www.socialenterprise.academy/whats-on or call 01463 238088.

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Please Note: There will be some instances where funding will be required to access a service listed in this directory. Application for this requires to be made following appropriate Highland Council and/or NHS assessment for Adult Services and consequent resource allocation procedures. Further information on accessing services can be obtained from your local Adult Services Team.