Charity Management Awareness

Gain a clear understanding of the demands and rewards of working within the charitable sector, and find out if it's the right career move for you.

Next Scheduled Date: 2 Sep 2019

  • Location: RC Northolt
  • Duration: 5 Days
  • Funding:
    Contract Funded
  • Course Fee: 5 Days IRTC (£133.50)
  • Course Fee
    Post-October 2019:

    5 Days IRTC (£133.50)
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Why take this course?

If you're considering working in the charity sector, this is the ideal course for you. The course will help you understand the demands and rewards associated with the sector, and enable you to determine the next steps to securing a role.

Is this the right course for me?

This course is suitable for any Service leaver considering working in the charitable sector in a range of roles. No prior experience is required but applicants should have a strong interest in, and be aiming to fulfil a challenging post in, the charity sector. It will suit those who have general management experience who are keen to apply their skills in a more specialist role.


Whilst there is no formal qualifications awarded for attending this course, candidates will receive knowledge and awareness of the sector.


There are no specific pre-requisites to enrol for the Charity Management Awareness course but general management experience is an advantage. No prior experience in the charity sector is required but applicants with some involvement in charity work will be able to use their acquired knowledge and build on it.

Fees & Funding

  • Course Fee 5 Days IRTC (£133.50)

Course Content

The course covers a broad range of topics to provide you with a clear understanding of working in the charitable sector. This includes:

  • Understanding the Charity Sector
  • Governance and Strategy
  • Fundraising
  • Marketing and Impact
  • Volunteer Management
  • Financial Management
  • Sustainable funding
  • Communications and PR
  • Trusts and Foundation Fundraising

It also covers types of job roles available in the charity sector and most importantly, how to secure them.

This course is delivered in association with The National Council for Voluntary Organisations (NCVO).

Career Opportunities

The voluntary sector currently employs over 600,000 people in addition to the millions of voluntary workers who give their time for free each year. The number of paid workers in the sector increases year on year and job roles reflect that of commercial organisations, covering anything from finance and administration to management positions.

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Charity Management Awareness

Scheduled dates and locations

Here are the next available dates. To check availability or to book a place contact
  • Date Location Availability
  • 2 Sep 2019 RC Northolt
    Reserve spaces available
  • 9 Dec 2019 RC Northolt
    Good Availability
  • 17 Feb 2020 RC Northolt
    Good Availability
  • 8 Jun 2020 RC Northolt
    Good Availability
  • 14 Sep 2020 RC Northolt
    Good Availability
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