Community Training's - YMCA Pierce County
Posted by NPL Connects on Friday, April 5, 2019 at 11:45 AM PDT
Managing Employees for Success
THURSDAY MAY 2 | 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM YWCA Pierce County, 405 Broadway $80 (includes comprehensive handouts)
WHO SHOULD ATTEND THIS TRAINING Anyone who supervises staff or who wants to supervise staff in the future.
DESCRIPTION An in-depth dive into what it means to feel supported at work and answer questions like “what makes your day easy versus hard, satisfying versus draining?” The goal for this session is that you learn practical tips and tools for successfully supervising staff and creating a workplace where employees are happy and thrive.
Trauma Informed Care
FRIDAY MAY 3 | 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM YWCA Pierce County, 405 Broadway $80 (includes comprehensive handouts)
WHO SHOULD ATTEND THIS TRAINING Anyone who works with or supervises staff who works with trauma survivors; socials services, housing and homeless services, community based services, domestic violence services.
DESCRIPTION This workshop will provide basic information on what trauma is and how it impacts people, either directly or indirectly. Participants will receive tools and information on how to address their own secondary trauma as providers, and to create trauma-informed environments in their programs. This is an entry-level, community based approach and does not address clinical settings or clinical modalities for trauma treatment.
Art as Intervention
FRIDAY MAY 10 | 8:30 AM – 12:30 PM YWCA Pierce County, 405 Broadway $50 (includes comprehensive handouts)
WHO SHOULD ATTEND THIS TRAINING Anyone who wants to learn more about using art as an intervention tool for working with children and youth who have experienced trauma.
DESCRIPTION This workshop provides participants with a basic knowledge of how to use art as an intervention tool when working with children and youth who have experienced trauma. Participants will receive concrete strategies and information for using art to enhance their work in meaningful ways, making art an accessible tool to add to their “toolbox” when working with children and youth in a variety of community settings.
Grantwriting for Beginners
FRIDAY MAY 31 | 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM YWCA Pierce County, 405 Broadway $80 (includes comprehensive handouts)
WHO SHOULD ATTEND THIS TRAINING New fundraising staff or seasoned staff looking for a refresher, tips and strategies for writing successful private (not government) grants.
DESCRIPTION How do you get started in grantwriting or improve what you already know? From finding funders (prospecting) to writing LOI’s, proposals and final reports, this workshop will start by looking at organizational readiness to embark on grantwriting. You will learn about the basics of what goes into a proposal and tips from a seasoned grantwriter that will strengthen your proposals. Grantwriting, like all fundraising, is about connecting your mission to people who care. The focus will be on obtaining grants from private foundations, not on government proposals.
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