Love Coventry: Community Training

Love Coventry Community Training

Are you Coventry and Warwickshire based? Do you put on events for your community or would you like to develop your knowledge of bid writing and audience development to support your work in your local community, organisation, or group?

If so, we would like to invite you to join a range of free Zoom and in-person workshops that will give you a comprehensive overview into event organising, fundraising, and community engagement.

These sessions are funded by the National Lottery Community Fund and form part of the Collaborative City’s #LoveCoventry programme.


WHAT TRAINING IS ON OFFER?

‘How To Put On Live Events’

Join a free course led by Coventry University Student Union that gives a comprehensive overview of planning events for people of all experience. Whether you’d like to put on your first event or if you’d like to brush up on your knowledge, this course is for you!

‘Introduction to Audience Development'

A free Audience Development course led by Hardish Virk. This training will build on existing experience and skills of participants in addition to learning new information. Advice will be given on best ways of promoting community events as well as learning about good practise in relation to audience development campaigns.

‘Bid Writing and Budgeting’

A free Bid Writing and Budgeting course, delivered by experienced bid writer and fundraiser Laura Drane. Do you have a specific project you want to develop? Want to learn more about different funding sources? Need help on how to write proposals or funding application forms? If so this is the course for you!

MORE INFORMATION - PDF


Click the link below to sign up now using our online form, and to select the dates and times of your chosen workshops.

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People planting a flower bed in Coventry's Riley Square.

People planting a flower bed in Coventry's Riley Square.

Morris dancers performing at GENERATE Festival at Blue Coat School.

Morris dancers performing at GENERATE Festival at Blue Coat School.