Attending training courses, workshops or network meetings, can be a useful means of learning and development. There are many opportunities across our regions. Check-in here regularly to find out What’s On.
15 Aug 17 — 02 May 18
Easy Evaluation workshops and training support
TIME: Both days are from 9.00 - 4.00
Two day Easy Evaluation workshops are offered. The workshop focuses on developing a logic model and using the logic model to develop an evaluation plan.
Participants apply learning to their own public health/health promotion programme.
Dates and Venues
- Auckland, 15-16 August 2017, Jet Park
- Rotorua, 17-18 October 2017, Millenium Hotel
- Havelock North, 28-29 November 2017, Havelock North Function Centre
- Whangarei, 13-14 February 2018, Flames International Hotel
- Dunedin, 13-14 March 2018, Scenic Hotel Southern Cross
- Wellington, 1-2 May 2018, The Pines - Houghton Bay
21 Nov 17 — 09 Dec 17
LINC - Leadership in Communities Project - Apply Now for 2018-2019
Applications for the LINC - Leadership in Communities Programme are open now.
Are you leading in local communities or groups of interest?
Are you wanting to grow and develop your own leadership, or encourage leaders around you to flourish?
LinC 2018-2020 has taken the best of its programmes of 2015/16 that impacted on almost 100 community leaders and has sought to reach further, grow smarter and become more sustainable. With this in mind LinC now becomes three core components, Cultivator, Incubator and Activator, each with clear objectives and customised support and input to ensure our communities and programmes continue.
- Acknowledging and Connecting
- Initiating and Sustaining
- Supporting and Inspiring
These core statements, continue to form the focus of the programmes and the direction of the initiatives. To find out more or download an application visit www.lincproject.org.nz
Applications close 9 December 2017.
30 Nov 17
Fundraising Institute of New Zealand Southern: Learning Lunch
Mindfulness for Professionals: Keeping It Together with Wendy Andrews
Please join us for a great L@L event with Wendy Andrews. Wendy is a Major with The Salvation Army and has over 23 years’ experience over a variety of roles including Minister, managing the Street Outreach Programme, Director of the Bridge Programme and currently the Assistant Personnel Secretary for The Southern Division.
From developing a drop-in center for street workers to providing chaplaincy services in Christchurch Women’s Prison, she has seen it all. With a nursing background and a particular interest in community development, Wendy understands mindfulness and the need for self-care and balance within a professional and busy role as well as a busy life in general.
Mindfulness essentially means paying attention to what is currently happening while being kind and curious. Please join us to hear Wendy’s practical tips on what we can do to be more mindful during our busy lives and therefore feel less stressed, anxious and depressed and more balanced. This will help to broaden our perspective and create more of an openness for learning and growing, and coping with the pre-Christmas madness (or something similar?).
- When: Thursday 30th November 2017, 12pm – 2pm
- Where: NZ Post Training Room, 10 Sir William Pickering Drive (limited parking we suggest car-pooling)
- Cost:$20 FINZ members, $30 Non-members (NO DOOR SALES)
RSVP: by 5pm Tuesday 28th November