Despite the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, there are many virtual training sessions for Cheshire West Voluntary Action (CWVA) members to take advantage of.
CWVA regularly organises training to help members learn new skills and use them with their own charities or community groups.
The Digital Skills project has been particularly popular over the last year or so, supporting CWVA members with things like communication and marketing, IT and General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
As face-to-face interaction isn’t possible at present because of COVID-19, training sessions have moved online and will no doubt be useful for members as they continue to adapt to the circumstances.
CWVA’s upcoming sessions focus on completing charity COVID-19 workplace risk assessments, taking place on the following date.
If you want to book your place at either of these sessions, or find out about the other training opportunities available, visit the events section of CWVA’s brand-new website.