BUILDING A CULTURE FOR PARTNERING
This professional learning program aimed at school leaders, Building a Culture for Partnering is an opportunity to develop the skills, knowledge and confidence required to maximise the benefits of school-community partnerships.
The program covers:
· developing partnerships for student outcomes,
· equipping school teachers and leaders in how to partner, and how to evaluate success, and
· discovering the range of forms that partnering for impact can take.
With guest input from business, philanthropics and not-for-profit perspectives, the program offers:
· sound practical ideas drawn from research and real world cases to put these kinds of visions into practice, and
· a booklet full of tools, templates and information you need to know about partnering,
Participants learn about:
· benefits of partnering
· overcoming barriers
· developing partnerships
· evaluating partnerships
· available resources
“It was great! So many good contacts and conversations”
“Great stories, great pace, great value”
“Loved today’s session. I really enjoyed the focus on actual needs instead of perceived needs and identifying then developing relationships.”
“The time to network and share experiences was valuable.”
To register your interest for future rounds of the Building a Culture for Partnering Program, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Tender Bridge on (03) 9277 5555.
Register your interest for either the Grantseeking for Success or Building a Culture for Partnering programs by emailing email@example.com
GRANTSEEKING FOR SUCCESS
Would you like support to discover the range of education-focused funds that schools or schools in partnership with eligible organisations might apply for? Support from philanthropy, business, not-for-profits and government is out there, but you need to know where to look and what you are looking for.
Participating in the Grant Seeking for Success program will support you to:
1. discover the range of education-focused funds that schools or schools in partnership with eligible organisations might apply for,
2. see examples of different funding applications and their requirements,
3. hear about different projects that have been funded,
4. take home handy tips for writing compelling, credible and concise applications,
5. have time to think and talk about your current or possible idea,
6. receive tailored feedback on your written down idea from real funders.
"I feel that I have the necessary resources and support to move forward with this.”
“Thank you for a very informative and engaging session – examples were great.”
“Excellent PD – thank you. I confidently feel I am taking away ‘active’ tools.”
“Extremely useful, practical advice – can’t wait to get going!”
To register your interest for this half-day program email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Tender Bridge on (03) 9277 5555.