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Latest THRIVE training events and workshops

Managing the Mavericks, Engaging Communities, Making and Keeping Fans are just a few of the  interactive, engaging and innovative workshops available to you over the next few months.  THRIVE has updated its event registration system from Eventbrite to Mutingu; so to find out more about all of the exciting workshops, events and opportunities on offer or to book, click on the following link; …
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THRIVE training course: 6th July 2015 Fundraising and Profitability 10am-4pm

This course will look both at the fundraising environment in the UK, helping us to understand the financial landscape in which we are working, and at the reality of fundraising on a practical level with a problem solving approach. Areas covered will include diversifying funding resources, running major appeals, applying Full Cost Recovery models and …
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THRIVE: April & May training events

14th April 2015 – Emerging Leaders-Risk Management 12pm-2pm A 2 hour discussion on the challenges of strategic risk management and how we engage with ever changing circumstances.  We will look at means to manage big strategic risks including funding flexibility and stakeholder management according to group interests and needs. Fee – £10.00 (includes refreshments and …
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Thrive Bath Conference Schedule (30 March at Univ of Bath)

The inaugural Thrive Bath Conference rakes place on 30th March 2015 at the University of Bath.  Our keynote speaker is Sue Hoyle, Director of the Clore Programme who will be talking on the subject of leadership in the cultural and voluntary sectors. Other speakers include The Audience Agency talking about audience development, Natural Theatre Company …
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THRIVE BATH Feb Programme – bumper packed with useful seminars

Thursday 5 February. 10am – 4pm Strategic Business Planning This day course explores the context and practicality of strategic planning for cultural and voluntary organisations from the articulation of aims and objectives through to their manifestation in terms of activity programmes. We will also consider the challenges and opportunities of creative programming from traditional repertoire …
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