27 September * 11:00 - 13:00
The main aims of the training session, delivered by Sarah Whitman from Delfinity, are to provide organisations with the tools to recruit and manage new individuals, and to understand and plan for the legal and budgetary implications of hiring staff.
The training provides a roadmap for the journey that community organisations go through as they become employers, from identifying staffing needs, to understanding and planning for the recruitment process, to understanding legal responsibilities and financial implications. Additionally, the training will address how to successfully on-board new staff, including induction and ongoing management.
Some points that will be covered are:
Only 1 ticket available per organisation, unless spaces become available. If you would like to book more than one place please contact us separately.
Once we have received your registration we will check that your organisation meets the criteria for this session and will be in touch with you to confirm your place and how to join the session. Spaces are available on a first come first serve basis.
Contact Meg with any queries.
Training for Community Landowners
This event is part of Community Land Scotland’s on-going series of training sessions for community owners. Individual topics covered in the series will include Strategic Planning, Recruiting and Managing Staff, Finance, Handling Conflict Constructively, and more to be announced.
Training sessions are open to communities who either own or are about to acquire land and/or assets.