Equality and Diversity training
Our online Equality and Diversity module is now available to community groups and third sector organisations. This short online course was developed for Argyll and Bute Council staff based on materials by OSDC. It provides an overview of some the responsibilities and benefits around promoting equality and diversity, as well as an introduction to the Equality Act (2010). Where the training mentions the “Council’s Equality and Diversity Policy” you should consider your own organisation’s policy. If you have any questions or would like any additional information please don’t hesitate to get in touch with Communitydevelopment@argyll-bute.gov.uk
2021 – 2022 Training Calendar
Argyll and Bute Council’s Community Development Team and Argyll and Bute Third Sector Interface (TSI) offer a diverse range of training for third sector organisations and community groups to help develop their skills and knowledge.
The UN Sustainable Development Goals: An Introduction for Community Groups
This course will be delivered over two sessions:
Community Empowerment Act – Introduction to Asset Transfer
Recruiting and Managing Volunteers -
Youth Volunteering Innovation Project: TSI
Dates are available throughout July.
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United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC) Training: TSI supported by Supporting the Third Sector.
There are 3 elements to the training - 1 self-learning module and 2 online training sessions to be held on the following dates:
How to Bid for Public Sector Contracts
Thursday 26th August 10am - 12pm
Good Practice in Procuring Services
Thursday 9th September 2pm - 4pm
Managing conflict in the 3rd Sector: TSI in partnership with Scottish Mediation
Tuesday 28th September 1.30pm – 4.30pm
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Past training events
Summary training materials and resources from previous trainings are available for anyone who was unable to attend the training sessions themselves.