Do you work in the voluntary sector? Are you working from home and finding it tough? Do you find it hard to ignore home distractions? Do you find it hard to switch off when your living room is your office? Is it harder to maintain work-life balance work has invaded your living space?
As part of their mission to support Chesterfield voluntary organisations through creative work with the University of Derby at St Helena Campus, Community Chesterfield presents a fantastic online course tailored especially to the local Third Sector. Community Chesterfield is a project of Derbyshire Voluntary Action (DVA).
‘Top Tips on Home Working for the 3rd Sector, Chesterfield’ is led by Bev Crighton of the University of Derby.
Working from home for the 3rd Sector during this global pandemic can create challenges for well-being, responsibilities and workloads. Bev Crighton, External Engagement Lead for the University of Derby, researched remote working in the 21st Century for her second Master’s Degree in Strategic Human Resources Management.
In this interactive and virtual session, Bev will be sharing top hints and tips for working from home for employers and employees. The session is aimed at the 3rd Sector in Chesterfield.
Date: Wednesday 13 May
Time: 2 to 2:45pm
Other excellent and highly relevant free online training opportunities organised by Community Chesterfield are coming up in the following areas:
· Evaluation - Prof Alex Nunn, University of Derby (May)
· Fundraising - 'Three Approaches - Beth Crackles, Independent Training Consultant (June)
If you’d like to find out about our training programme or chat to us about your organisation’s training needs, do look at What’s On on our website or get in touch with us on firstname.lastname@example.org or call: 07493 721380 Mon to Thurs 9am to 5pm.
Kate Burns is our new Skills Coordinator and will be delighted to respond to your enquiry. Check them out on Twitter and Facebook: @comchesterfield.