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Training

Do you put time and effort into making our communities a better place to live, work and play? 

We partner with Community Waikato to deliver training workshops that will support your vision for your community and the projects you want to develop. 

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Arts groups
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Social service providers
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Sporting groups
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Community groups
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Youth groups
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Community boards and committees

Keriotahi, Aka Aka, Otaua and surrounding areas.

Facilitated by Sarah Gibb from Community Waikato this FREE training session will help you strategically plan for your community’s future. Designed to give trustees, board or committee members a sound understanding for the role of governance and a framework for what they need to know to be effective board members.

  • Date
Wednesday 18th of March
  • Time
From 6 pm – 8pm
  • Address

Otaua Bowling Club
36 Maioro Rd, Otaua
Refreshments provided

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Raahui Pookeka – Awesome Huntly Training Program

This program of seven FREE workshops over six months will provide training on the key skills required to lead and manage a successful community group or not for profit organization.

Covering a range of topics including;

  • Training for Volunteers
  • Succession planning and mentoring
  • Event planning and fundraising
  • Governance and financial management
  • Advice on presenting to funders and stakeholders.

The workshops are open to groups in the wider Huntly area including;

Each workshop will be full of tools and practical activities that the participants can take straight back to their organisations and put into action.

Workshop One

Governance and Financial Management.

Facilitated by Sarah Gibb from Community Waikato this FREE training session will help you strategically plan for your community’s future. Designed to give trustees, board or committee members a sound understanding for the role of governance and a framework for what they need to know to be effective board members.

  • Date
April the 18th
  • Time
From 8:30am – 3:30pm
  • Address

Huntly Memorial Hall
Includes Breakfast and Lunch

Register Your Interest