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THIRD SECTOR EVENT
How To Measure Outcomes: Practical Tools And Tips is a one-day event organised by Third Sector, providing charities with in-depth, practical guidance on demonstrating their value.
In this article four of the speakers at the event tackle some of the questions that are likely to be discussed.Read the article
National Examining Board for Dental Nurses Throughout the UK
Independent Age New, purpose-built offices nr High St Kensington, London
Independent Age New, purpose-built offices nr High St Kensington, London)
Higher Education Access Manager
Teach First Any Teach First office (Nationwide)
Citizens Advice Bureau Witham, Essex
Cass Centre for Charity Effectiveness combines ground-breaking research projects with offering world class masters degrees and professional development courses. Its director, Professor Paul Palmer, argues that academic provision and management development for the non-profit sector in the UK has lagged behind the private sector and needs to expand to meet the growing demand.
Plus: Law Commission consultation and the community amateur sports club scheme
Cheaper shares often offer the best returns, but this is difficult to put into practice because low prices often reflect pessimistic expectations, writes our columnist
Our columnist examines how Sefton, Newcastle, Reading, Hackney and Sandwell have resisted the pressure to convert all voluntary sector funding to contracts
Opting not to spend money on a trained human resources specialist has its risks, writes the sector HR consultant
Advice and tips on how to manage workplace issues and advance your career in the voluntary sector.
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