Free courses on offer at Upper Norwood Library

upper-norwood-library-hub-logoUpper Norwood Library is to stage a number of courses and talks through March and April. All are free to attend, though you may need to book your place.

Project Development and Planning
March 21, 10.30am to 1.30pm
Facilitator: Elaine Harrison, Crystal Palace Communities Fund
This session is designed to help small groups or individuals with ideas to get these into context and write a project plan. It will help you with funding applications and will help you to clarify your project aims and objectives, outcomes from and impact of, what you are intending to do, and help launch your project. Individuals may request a slot to obtain 121 support directly after the session.

Developing a Quality Framework
April 26, 10.30am to 1.30pm
Facilitator: Elaine Harrison, Crystal Palace Communities Fund
All organisations providing services need to demonstrate the quality of what they do. This is equally important if you are looking to attract participants, partners, or to promote your services to potential funders or sponsors. This course is an introduction to the concepts and practice of developing quality frameworks. It explores how to measure the outcomes of what you do for groups who report to funders and/or for those who want to evidence the quality of their work to prospective service users, partners, funders or sponsors.

Enjoy Writing? Interested in Digital Media? Intrigued by our Local History?
April 22-23
Dr Verity Hunt, University of Southampton
Come to this Digital Creative Writing Workshop with the University hosted by the Upper Norwood Library Hub. Contact Dr Verity Hunt via email v.hunt@soton.ac.uk

For more information on courses, workshops and talks, or even if you want to borrow a book from the library, call 020 8670 4389, email info@unlt.org

Or visit the website uppernorwoodlibrary.org

Upper Norwood Library is at 39—41 Westow Hill, London SE19 1TJ


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