Workshops and Training

Find out what's going on and how to get involved

Our aim is to provide training, free of charge to attendees wherever possible, on subjects relevant to any organisation in the charitable and voluntary sector.
Courses that have been provided for 2020 on the following subjects:
Title Date Trainer
Suicide Awareness 27.01.20 Steve Tumelty/Lynsey Mallinson
Suicide Awareness 04.02.20 Steve Tumelty/Lynsey Mallinson
Online grant system training 15.02.20 Marie du Feu
Online grant system training 17.02.20 Marie du Feu
Safeguarding Children 03.03.20 Tina Hesse
Safeguarding Adults 12.03.20 Tina Hesse
A Case for Support - webinar, still available   Jane Galloway
Disability Law Talk 02.09.20 Malcolm Ferey
Most of our training is provided by a professional charity management educator, or by other subject matter experts.
We are actively seeking to extend our training offering.
We also provide 1-2-1 help for organisations which are in need of guidance, please contact the administrator for more information on this.
We will be endeavouring to provide the following training for 2021, however any of them may be subject to change. For those sessions that are firm and have been booked, please see individual tabs below.
Title Date Trainer
Legacy Fundraising February Dr Claire Routley, legacyfundraising.co.uk
Charity Law update 27.04.21 John Mills, Charity Commissioner
Capacity Law 17.05.21 Ian Dyer, Law at Work
Data Protection 08.06.21 Anne King, Office of the Information Commissioner
Data Protection 10.06.21 Anne King, Office of the Information Commissioner
Trustee Roles & Responsibilities 23.06.21 Jane Galloway, Archlight Solutions
Safeguarding Children 06.07.21 Tina Hesse, Highlands College
Safeguarding Adults 13.07.21 Tina Hesse, Highlands College
Charity Reserves 21.07.21 Kirsty McGregor, AJC Treasurer
Media Training 27.07.21 Alex Mallinson
Media Training 04.08.21 Alex Mallinson
Managing and Monitoring Charity Investment Assets 14.09.21 Richard Sayers
Safeguarding Adults 07.10.21 Tina Hesse, Highlands College
Safeguarding Children 14.10.21 Tina Hesse, Highlands College
Supporter Journey X 2 modules October Sarah Coutts, Sarah Coutts Consulting
Supporter Experience X 2 modules November Sarah Coutts, Sarah Coutts Consulting

Outcomes Based Accountability training, for charity governors and grant applicants, schedule to follow.
Upcoming courses that are booked are listed below.
Please note: names of attendees will be shared with the trainer and by signing up you are happy for your name to be shared

Outcomes Based Accountability (OBA)

Workshop training provided by Mary Curtis of Calmera Limited.

These courses are organised by the AJC on behalf of the Jersey Funders Group. The two-hour workshop sessions cover basic OBA principles, expressing and measuring how your charity "makes a difference" and how you put that across in your grant applications. The sessions are suitable for charity governors, CEOs and fundraisers - anyone who's involved in reviewing or preparing grant applications. No prior knowledge of OBA principles is required.
4 X 2hour sessions:
Monday 1st November – 9.30am to 11.30am and 12noon to 2pm
Tuesday 2nd November - 9.30am to 11.30am and 12noon to 2pm
All at St Paul’s Centre, led by Mary Curtis of http://www.calmera.co.uk/index.html
15 places on each session, however there will be a waiting list set up so still register if it is full and you will be advised if a space becomes available.
Book your place here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/outcomes-based-accountability-oba-training-tickets-178717277187

Safeguarding Adults

Led by Tina Hesse, Lecturer at Highlands College

Thursday 9th December, 5.30pm to 8.30pm, MIND Jersey, Pip's Place, 15 Union Street, St Helier

Book your place here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/safeguarding-adults-tickets-132955408205

Case for Support

Free online webinars.

Jane Galloway of http://www.arclightsolutions.co.uk/ has prepared 3 short webinars on fundraising, 'A Case for Support'. Jane was due to come to the island last month, so instead has prepared these 3 webinars on a subject close to every charity's heart at the moment, how to raise funds for your cause. You will find out how to create a great ‘Case for support’ that will win hearts and minds, covering topics such as:

  • What to include
  • Who it is for
  • What it might look like

They are each approximately 20 minutes long and you can dip in and out of these 3 at your leisure, at home. You can also speed them up, I would suggest no faster than 1.25, otherwise she sounds like a chipmunk!

Once you are satisfied, and have some questions, you can join the live Q & A session on Thursday 30th July beginning at 5pm, for approximately one hour. Even if you have no questions, join in the Q & A as you may learn even more.

The webinars are available now, here:
Part one:
What is a Case for Support?
What goes in it?
Supporting documents required
25 mins
Part two:
Who is it relevant for?
Stakeholders and involvement tools
22 mins
Part three:
What it might look like