National Hubs of Expertise showcase their services at conference

Howard Lake | 5 April 2006 | News

The ‘ChangeUp National Hubs Conference’, held in Birmingham on the 28 March, saw the National Hubs of Expertise showcase their services and resources to the voluntary and community sector through a series of interactive workshops.

Covering finance, governance, ICT, performance, volunteering and workforce the Hubs demonstrated how they can help voluntary and community organisations run more effectively in order to benefit users.

Workshops included improving finance and financial procedures, governance in the 21st century, dispelling the myths of ICT, improving organisational performance, risk-management in volunteer-involving organisations and enabling effective staff learning in the workplace.

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The six national Hubs have been set up as a result of the government’s multi-million pound investment in strengthening the capacity and infrastructure of the voluntary and community sector, as part of the ChangeUp strategy.

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