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Training Prospectus 2008 - 2009

CBA

The CONSORTIUM of

BENGALI ASSOCIATIONS

Working towards strengthening Bengali voluntary organisations

CBA

Training Prospectus 2008 - 2009

Contents

No.Page Introduction Project Management Fundraising Roles & Responsibilities of Management Committee Leadership Finance & Admin Business Planning Introduction to Quality Assurance Team Building Trainers Profile Maps 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 16

Training Prospectus 2008 - 2009

Introduction:

The Consortium of Bengali Associations (CBA) is a second tier umbrella organisation that was established in 1997 to work towards the development and strengthening of small and medium size Bengali voluntary organisations in the UK. As an umbrella organisation, CBA takes on other small Bengali voluntary organisation under its wing with a view to increasing and improving their organisational output and sustainability. We does it by undertaking extensive outreach work. CBA offers the following free services on: G Organisational Development & Management Support G Help with Fundraising G One to One Consultancy Support G Information Dissemination G Capacity Building Training G Mediation & Conflict Resolution G Facilitation of Meetings G Representing the issues and interests of small Bengali voluntary organisations at local, regional, national and international levels. As part of the arrangement for capacity building training course, CBA has identified eight subjects (as listed here) for training purposes by surveys conducted with our clients. All courses are free and are one day events with registration at 10.00am prompt and finish at 4.00pm. Lunch will be provided and at the end of each session, participants will be awarded with certificates acknowledging their participation. Booking forms are enclosed and will need to be submitted at least one week prior to the training date. It is advised to book early to avoid disappointment as places are limited. Please return booking forms to CBA either by fax, email or post, details of which are on the inside back-cover.

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Project Management

G G G G G

Starting, managing and completing project Project budgets & allocating budgets Action plan to manage projects effectively Monitoring & Evaluation Exit strategies Thursday 13th November 2008 Montefiore Centre

Date: Venue:

Trainer:

Rashid Teladia

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Fundraising

G G G G G

Understand what makes a successful funding bid Understand the terms used in writing a funding bid Understand the style of writing Learn how to write to fit the questions Understand what goes into the finance side of an application Tuesday 25th November 2008 Montefiore Centre

Date: Venue:

Trainer:

Shaweb Ahmed

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Roles & Responsibilities of Management Committee

G G G G G G

Structure of organisations What is a Management Committee? Roles & Responsibilities of the MC Legal Responsibilities Role as an Employer Roles of key officers Thursday 11th December 2008 London Metropolitan University

Date: Venue:

Trainer:

Ahmed Ballah /Helal Miah

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Leadership Skills

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Leadership behaviours Traditional leadership stereotypes How individuals make things happen Techniques for getting more out of your team Importance of attitude Lead by example Wednesday 17th December 2008 London Metropolitan University

Date: Venue:

Trainer:

Ahmed Ballah /Helal Miah

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Finance & Admin

G G G G G G G

Understanding Charity Accounts Preparing Budgets & Cash Flow Basic Bookkeeping Financial Administration Bank Reconciliation Petty Cash Finance Reports for MC Accounts

Date: Venue:

Tuesday 20th January 2009 London Metropolitan University

Trainer:

Cyndi Smart

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Business Planning

G G G G G G

The main ingredients of a Business Plan Using your Business plan to secure funding The audience for your Business Plan Presenting your Business Plan When and how to review your Business Plan Prepare a Business Plan for growth

Date: Venue:

Tuesday 3rd February 2009 London Metropolitan University

Trainer:

Alice Bigelow

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Introduction to Quality Assurance

G G G G G

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What are Quality Assurance systems Steps leading to implementation of QA systems Use of standards and self assessments Help draw an action plan Look at models of PQASSO (developed by CES specifically for small and medium-sized organisations), Investors in People, the EFQM Excellence Model and the Quality Mark Determine which systems are best for your organisation Thursday 12th February 2009 London Metropolitan University

Date: Venue:

Trainer:

Alice Bigelow

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Team Building

G G G G G

Identify differences between a group and a team Team objectives for maximum impact Identify team roles for effective team working Managing stages of developing a team Develop appropriate ways of communicating & networking Tuesday 24th February 2009 London Metropolitan University

Date: Venue:

Trainer:

Ahmed Ballah /Helal Miah

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Trainers Profile

Alice Bigelow

Alice has worked in the community for over thirty years, including experience of both voluntary and public sectors Much of this has been in the East end of London. For the past 16 years she has been a freelance consultant and trainer and currently is a part time Principal Lecturer in Regeneration at London Metropolitan University, where she teaches Project Management and is involved in delivering a number of postgraduate programmes including Organisation and Community Development, City Regeneration and Housing and Inclusion. She has extensive experience of community sector management, engaging communities and funding, as well as developing and delivering community regeneration programmes.

Rashid Teladia

Rashid Teladia has over 25 years of experience working in East London in the area of urban regeneration. He has served on many local regeneration related boards and committees. Rashid was previously Chief Executive of a Bridge Project (BP) based in London Borough of Tower Hamlets. BP, a registered Enterprise Agency, working in the field of economic regeneration and business development with five sites in East London offering training, consultancy and development services. As of November 2002, Rashid set up his own Management Consultancy business, which in May 2004 he incorporated as Newbridge Consulting Ltd, specialising in Urban Regeneration work and providing advice and training to Small Medium Enterprises and Social Enterprises in areas as diverse as financial management, fund-raising, recruitment and research evaluation.

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Trainers Profile

Ahmed Ballah

Ahmed has over 20 years of experience working in the voluntary sector and civil service locally, nationally and internationally. He started his career as Researcher and Economic Inspector in the ministry of finance in Sudan between 1981 and 1990. From 1998 and up and up to 2007 Ahmed worked as coordinator, welfare rights and immigration caseworker in Manchester and London. At present, he works as Capacity Building and Development Officer for CBA. During his career, Ahmed organised, prepared and delivered training on variety of issues, including housing, immigration, leadership, quality assurance, welfare rights, project management and other subjects.

Helal Miah

Helal has been the Interim Executive Director at CBA for the last 6 months, Helal's previous work includes regeneration/housing for Tower Hamlets and also in the Civil Service at the Ministry of Agriculture. He is also a qualified Business Advisor and a member of the Institute of Business Consulting. Over the years Helal has gained vast experience in Capacity Building, specialising in areas such as Governance, Policy, Fundraising, Quality Assurance etc. Helal is also a trustee of many local & national voluntary organisation & bodies.

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Trainers Profile

Cyndi Smart

Cyndi has over 25 years experience working as a Community Accountant for a number of Community Accountancy organisations across London including Local Accountancy Project (Southwark & Lewisham), Community Accountancy Self Help (West London), and currently with Community Accountancy Project (Hackney & Tower Hamlets). She has run numerous training courses and seminars covering a wide range of financial topics e.g. Basic book-keeping to more advance subjects ­ Full Cost Recovery. Cyndi is a Professional Advisor for SAGE and QuickBooks (Charities) and her details are shown on their websites. She is a qualified accountant and a member of ACCA. She has written various articles for newsletters and fact sheets including the latest issue of Money Matters for Tower Hamlets & Hackney voluntary sector.

Shaweb Ahmed

Shaweb has worked with the voluntary and community sector for over 12 years in various roles such as youth work, community development and as a management committee member of a local community organisation. Recently he has worked for the CVS in Tower Hamlets as a Capacity Building Advisor and then as the Capacity Building Manager advising voluntary and community groups on fundraising, governance and other areas of organisational development.

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How to Get to there

Maps: Montefiore Centre

Room S1 Hanbury Street London E1 5HZ Train Station: Whitechapel Underground Buses: 25, 106, 205, 254

Maps: London Metropolitan University

Room CM2-38 Calcutta House, Old Castle Street London E1 7NT Train Station: Aldgate East Underground Buses: 15, 25, 106, 135, 205, 254

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Training Prospectus 2008 - 2009

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Help us to help you

CBA hopes that this set of specially designed courses will act as a blueprint for organisations who participate and will help strengthen their most basic infrastructure leading to long term sustainability. Extra care has been takes in developing these courses so that they primarily benefit Bengali voluntary organisations. Organisations are therefore encouraged to take this opportunity to increase their skills-base as CBA will be prioritising the delivery of its services to those organisations which actively participates in training programmes. As help from others can only be effective if organisations are prepared to invest time in helping themselves. Sector partners, funders and other stakeholders are also asked to make this series of programmes successful in signposting small and medium sized Bengali voluntary organisations to CBA.

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These trainings are brought to you by working in partnership with The London Metropolitan University.

Bengali Women's Group forum (BWGf)

CBA is financially supported by:

The CONSORTIUM of BENGALI ASSOCIATIONS

100 Gatesden, Argyle Street, London WC1H 8EB Tel: 020 7713 8610 Fax: 020 7713 8612 E-mail: [email protected] Web: www.cba-uk.org.uk Registered Charity No: 1075735 Company Registration No: 3834879

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