Skild - Skills and Knowledge in Local Development
Skild is a training programme designed specifically for support and development organisations: from CVS and Rural Community Councils through to black and minority ethnic development organisations, community forums and local development trusts. Contact Lindsey Benton on email or 0114 289 3986.
Some of our most popular courses
If you are brand new to development work and supporting groups or are coming back to development work after time away and need a refresher this course is ideal for you.
This course is for people who've been supporting and engaging with groups for a while, and want some fresh ideas and techniques.
Free training and information day designed to help you develop your business skills to use with local groups and organisations.
About our courses
Our courses are aimed at development workers and community organisers who give practical support to local voluntary organisations and community groups.
- Knowledge - up-to-date information about relevant topics
- Skills - effective engagement with groups and organisations
Skild offers a progression of courses that are designed for people new to development work through to those who want to develop new skills or widen the scope of their work.
Who should attend?
If you have a development role and provide support to voluntary organisations and community groups then our training can help.
Our courses are suitable for those who give general and specialist advice, as well as community organisers and a range of other people working for:
- Local support and development organisations
- Funding support organisations
- Local area partnerships
- Local public bodies
- Social enterprises
Booking a course
Our Skild courses come to your doorstep through our local delivery programme. This is the best way to bring our resources to your area.
We have a large number of free to use resources that you may find useful.
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The Get Skilled Workbook - is for development workers who are working with local groups that need to develop a strategic and realistic approach to learning.
The Skild Framework - the place where you can assess your skills and now find out about resources to support your work with groups.
Information sheets and resources - We have a number of information sheets and resources available for development workers that you can access.
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