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Understanding Your Club Finances

It is vital that everyone involved in running your club has a basic understanding of their club’s figures and knows enough to ask questions, get answers and make informed decisions using the information provided. It is also in your club’s best interests that other members understand them as well. This workshop will give you the tools to tackle your clubs finances and help you make better decisions. Get your finances fit for the future.

Understanding the Tax Requirements for your Club People

Whether your club uses volunteers, or if you pay people for the work they do at your club, it is important that club leaders understand key employment tax issues involved. Failure to do so risks significant additional costs for the club or individuals and there could be legal consequences. This workshop covers: •Volunteer, worker or employee? - what the difference is and the benefits and risks of each •When is a volunteer not a volunteer? •Employment status: employed vs.

**Project Management - Module 1: Introduction to Project Design and Development

This module introduces the cycle of project management, explains the different stages and their interconnection, and how using this approach can bring clarity and greater efficiency to your work. It then goes on to explore how you can develop your project ideas, including how to involve stakeholders, evidence need and clarify the outputs, outcomes and impacts of your project. Practical tools are used to support the process. This module is most suitable for groups who are relatively new to running their own projects but have an idea or ideas about the projects they aim to run.

**Project Management - Module 2: Funding Your Project

This module focuses on developing grant applications for a specific project, using simple, practical tools. Participants will get most from this module if they have a reasonably well developed project idea that they can work on during the training session. The module is supported by 3VA’s "Essential Guide to Fundraising". This module is most suitable for groups who have a reasonably well developed project idea and have identified one or several possible funders.

**Project Management - Module 3: Getting Your Project Underway, Planning Ahead for Evaluation

This module explores in more detail project implementation and some of the processes and practices you can put in place to help your project run more smoothly. In particular it looks at how you will evaluate the success of your project and integrate this into implementation from the outset – especially harder to measure outcomes. This module is most suitable for groups who are fairly new to running projects, and for groups who would like to develop their skills in monitoring and evaluation.

** Project Management - Module 1: Introduction to Project Design and Development

This module introduces the cycle of project management, explains the different stages and their interconnection, and how using this approach can bring clarity and greater efficiency to your work. It then goes on to explore how you can develop your project ideas, including how to involve stakeholders, evidence need and clarify the outputs, outcomes and impacts of your project. Practical tools are used to support the process.

** Project Management - Module 2: Skills for Project Funding

This module focuses on developing grant applications for a specific project, using simple, practical tools. Participants will get most from this module if they have a reasonably well developed project idea that they can work on during the training session. The module is supported by 3VA’s "Essential Guide to Fundraising".

** Project Management - Module 3: Getting Your Project Underway, Planning Ahead for Evaluation

This module explores in more detail project implementation and some of the processes and practices you can put in place to help your project run more smoothly. In particular it looks at how you will evaluate the success of your project and integrate this into implementation from the outset – especially harder to measure outcomes. This module is most suitable for groups who are fairly new to running projects, and for groups who would like to develop their skills in monitoring and evaluation.

**East Sussex in Figures

This course will provide you with lots of information on a wide range of topics relating to the County that can be used to support: commissioning services; strategy or plan making; bids for funding; assessments and monitoring performance.

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