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New & Alternative Funding for Education, Schools and Children & Young People\'s Projects (WS5636)
Thursday, 15th November 2012, Birmingham City Centre
This Workshop will provide an opportunity to review sources of funding for education, schools and children & young peoples projects. The education and CYP funding environment is changing radically and major changes are currently being planned or implemented in terms of central government and other education funding. Due to these structural changes, the advent of free schools, academies, the abolition of the children’s trusts, the pupil premium and changes to the Building Schools for the Future programme; it is now clear that education organisations, schools and CYP projects will need to seek funding through a diverse range of options and develop new fundraising strategies.
How will such changes affect the current funding environment? What are the new opportunities, through policy initiatives like Free Schools and Academies the Big Society and Localism, the pupil premium, commissioning frameworks and outcome related funding?
We examine how education organisations and CYP projects can utilise PTA’s, Friends of Schools groups, social enterprises, registered charities and other non- profit making structures to access funding from a range of diverse sources. These are detailed in slides, an information pack and other resources provided as part of the workshop, which will be fully interactive and involve group exercises and discussion.
We also examine the potential impact of proposed outcome related funding models and the funding to support these developments. There are still many other funding streams available for education and CYP projects and we review existing funding sources including charitable trusts, the Big Lottery, private sector funding, social investment and European Funding. We also look at the opportunities presented by the Big Society, Localism and Decentralisation and how these can be utilised to access funding.
The course also features case studies, resources for development and sources of further information. Delegates will also be given a broad range of supporting documentation and information in CD or memory stick form and will be provided with information regarding useful websites and web based resources.
The Workshop will cover:
Supporting Materials to be used
"This has clarified the funding options available to schools and will be useful to our whole organisation. Really detailed and comprehensive."
"Excellent trainer - really knows his stuff!"
"This has been tremendously useful and helpful to me"
Who Should Attend?
School Managers, Bursars, Teachers, School Governors, Registered Charities, Community and Voluntary Sector Organisations, Colleges, Universities, Non-Government Organisations, Local Authorities, Research Institutes, Learning Partnerships, Training Providers and Prime contractors.
Managers and Bursars of Academies and Free Schools. Managers and staff of Children’s and Young Peoples projects. Education professionals and researchers and representatives from professional education bodies and trade unions.
The Facilitator is a London based trainer and consultant with over 20 years experience in the public, private and voluntary sectors. He is an approved consultant for the National Council for Voluntary Organisations (NCVO) and previously a visiting lecturer/ research associate at the University of Central Lancashire in Community Regeneration and Health, in the Health & Ethnicity Unit.
Venue and Travel
Venue details and travel information will be included in your confirmation email. If the venue has not been confirmed at the time of booking, then the information will be emailed to you closer to the event.
Booking & Confirmation
Bookings will only be accepted on receipt of full payment PRIOR to the event via cheque, BACS or credit card. Cheques to be made payable to ‘National Training Resources Limited’.
All reservations will be confirmed by email within two days of receipt of your completed booking form and payment in full and will include venue details and times.
Please direct all conference queries to the Conference Team.
Terms & Conditions
Please read our full terms and conditions. Completion and return of the Booking Form constitutes a contract between yourselves and National Training Resources Limited. Delegate cancellations/transfers are only accepted up to 3 weeks prior to the event and are subject to a small administration charge. Delegate substitutions can be made at any time. We reserve the right to cancel or alter the event at any time.
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