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January 23, 2022, 11:01
Committee of Public Relations and Youth Policy of the City of Moscow
The training period is three months.
A network of NPO coworking centers is opening a free online course “Management and development of a non-profit organization”. Students will learn how to plan and analyze the activities of their organization, learn about different ways of financing NGOs, understand the features of promoting non-profit organizations, and much more. The beginning of training is February 7th. You can apply until the end of January on the site “Soulful Moscow”.
“NGO employees must keep their finger on the pulse all the time: update knowledge, follow trends, improve in the chosen direction. After all, the higher the professionalism of the organization’s team, the more effective the work will be. Thanks to the distance learning form, the course is available to everyone and at a convenient time,” said Pavel Simakov, head of the NGO coworking center network.
The distance course program consists of four thematic modules. Listeners are waiting for topics on strategy, planning, and analysis of the activities of NGOs. Participants will gain new knowledge in the field of personnel and volunteer management, learn the basics of PR and marketing in NGOs, as well as tips on writing a grant application, interacting with the media, and much more. Throughout the training, participants have access to educational materials that can be used after the end of the course. In addition, they will receive links to useful resources to learn more about topics.
Among the speakers of the course are leaders of well-known charitable organizations with extensive work experience.
After each module, participants are tested to test their knowledge. All who successfully pass the test will receive a certificate of the established form. The remote course “Management and development of a non-profit organization” is held within the framework of the “NPO Lab” program.
Program “NCO Lab”is free professional training for employees and leaders of non-profit organizations. Since 2016, the program has been organized by a network of non-profit co-working centers. Every year, about seven thousand employees from more than 700 NGOs become students of this program.
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