Participation Cymru continue to provide training for those in the third and public sector who want to achieve effective engagement. Our courses can provide the skills you need to engage with confidence. This year, like last year, we have kept costs down by not producing our own training brochure, but continue to include our courses Read more about Participation Cymru Training courses in WCVA’s new Training Programme[…]
Presentations created using PowerPoint have been a large part of the business world for the past 20 years. A presentation is a speech that’s meant to inform, persuade or build good relationships; the slides that appear behind the speaker are there to compliment their words. The concept of presenting in this style is here to stay, but why do traditionally styled presentations seem so boring these days?
Re-blogged from WCVA In addition to training and bespoke support the Communities First Support Service is offering an increasing number of people in the CF workforce the opportunity to learn from each other via our Outcome Learning Groups (OLGAs). These are based on the methodology of Action Learning. Here, Jane Lewes from The Learning Consultancy, Read more about Making Action Learning Work![…]
Last week Dyfrig Williams promised that I would write a blog post for Participation Cymru. So here it is! I suppose it’s highly appropriate for me to start blogging now as I’ve just been appointed to my new role as Participation Cymru Facilitator and I will be looking after the blog and social media accounts Read more about Feedback and participation[…]
I’ve been working for Participation Cymru now for three years, but in a month’s time I’ll be starting a new job with the Wales Audit Office’s Good Practice Exchange as a Knowledge Exchange Officer, so some would say that I’ve left it a bit late to undertake Participation Cymru’s accredited public engagement training! Whilst I Read more about Drilling down[…]