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Community Group Training Program

What is the Community Group Training Program?

The Community Group Training Program is a series of workshops presented over the year that are designed to benefit volunteer and not-for-profit community groups and clubs who provide services or programs in Knox.

If you are a volunteer or work for a not-for-profit community group such as a local club or committee this program will be suitable for you.

The workshops provide opportunities to learn new skills, build upon and further develop the skills of members within groups, and to meet and network with other community groups throughout Knox. There is a wide range of workshops available and all eligible groups and volunteers are encouraged to participate.

All workshops are held at the Knox Civic Centre, 511 Burwood Highway, Wantirna South.

For further information contact the Community Development Officer, Community Strengthening Team at commskills@knox.vic.gov.au or on 9298 8000.

Recruiting for your committee

Recruiting Committee

Even in the case of a well-run, effective and stable committee, members will leave from time to time. Locking the AGM doors until you fill the positions does not necessarily ensure the committee will reflect the needs and interests of the group's members or offer skills and expertise that will allow them to navigate the changing terrain.

Our facilitator will teach you how to identify the skills your committee has, what you may need and how to actively recruit people to your committee who can help you fill the gaps.

When: Wednesday 19th July, 7pm - 9:30pm.
RSVP by: Monday 15th July.
Free.

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How to do Strategic Planning

Strategic Planning

½ day workshop

A strategic plan is a road map describing where your organisation wants to go, why and how you will get there. But how do you do it?

This hands-on workshop will provide you with the tools needed to lead your organisation through a strategic planning process. To get the most out of this workshop we suggest each group bring at least three committee members.

When: Saturday 22nd July 9am - 1pm. (was 26 Aug)
RSVP before: Wednesday 19th August.
Free (up to four participants) Morning tea and a light lunch will be provided

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Marketing your group

Marketing

This practical, fun and informative workshop will provide the participants with the knowledge and tools to have more effective marketing strategy. It will provide tips and hints for making your marketing time and dollars stretch further for a better return. Our facilitator will be helping participants create a framework for a good marketing and action plan.

To get the most out of this workshop we suggest each group bring at least two members.

When: Monday 14th August, 6:30pm - 9:30pm.
RSVP by: Thursday 10th August.
Free.

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Safe Food Handling

Sausage Sizzle

Whether sizzling sausages or making jams for sale or consumption, safe food handling knowledge is essential. Don’t jeopardise your fundraising activities, or your customer’s health!
Be prepared. Come along and learn more about safe food preparation and your legal obligations.

When: Wednesday 15th November, 7pm - 9:30pm.
RSVP by: Monday 13th November.
Free.

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For more information

For more information contact the Community Strengthening Team on commskills@knox.vic.gov.au or phone 9298 8000.

All workshops are held at the Knox Civic Centre, 511 Burwood Highway, Wantirna South.

Please advise us of any additional requirements that may assist you in attending.

tis Interpreter 131 450 (ask for 03 9298 8000)
fax 9800 3096
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tty If you are deaf, or have a hearing or speech impairment, contact us through the National Relay Service 133 677 (quote ’03 9298 8000’)
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