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Need to better understand the difference your programmes and projects make?
Heritage Insider’s Festival of Impact is here to upskill you and your staff in Theory of Change, effective impact measurement, participative and inclusive evaluation, creating an Impact Culture, partnership working, reaching and retaining new audiences.
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Learn how to confidently plan and deliver effective communications activities, making you more employable and impactful as a professional conservationist. Taught by communications guru Lloyd Gofton, this online course follows a detailed analysis of what employers look for when hiring early-career conservationists. Secure your place with 33% off by 17th November! https://tinyurl.com/communications4conservation
Field Studies Council online courses introduce you to QGIS, guiding you through the skills and knowledge required to use it as part of an environmental career. The online courses include self-study material, plus live webinars where you can ask questions to an expert tutor. https://c-js.uk/403soVP
We provide welcoming countryside spaces across Huntingdonshire. We are always looking for Volunteers to help us in Hinchingbrooke Country Park and Paxton Pits nature reserve. Our roles include staffing our Visitor Centre and assisting with events. If you feel you could help please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
We are currently recruiting for Client Support Volunteers for our centre in Reading to work alongside our practitioners, we use gardening to bring about positive changes in the lives of those living with a disability or ill health. For more information tel 0118 988 4844, email email@example.com website www.thrive.org.uk
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Next edition will feature Volunteering, published on 5 February 2024.
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