To provide participants with the tools and knowledge to make informed decisions about whether and how to work with other third sector organisations to deliver services.
Third sector organisations are increasingly being encouraged to work more collaboratively and form consortia. But working across organisational boundaries can bring difficulties and risks.
This full-day training course aims to explore the opportunities offered by working with partners, and to help organisations understand some of the key principles and practical considerations, such as choosing an appropriate structure and developing written agreements.
By attending this course you will be able to …
- Understand the benefits and obstacles of joint working
- Identify some of the key practical considerations for joint working
- Assess the merits of different consortium structures
Who this course is for?
This course is intended for staff and trustees of third sector organisations. The importance of working collaboratively has recently been highlighted in the Well-being for Future Generations (Wales) Act as a key tool to meeting well-being objectives and tackling some of the long-term challenges we are facing.