CCAC
Tuesday, March 31, 2015
Topics > Professional Development


Bldg One Volunteer Community: Recruiting
$40.00 (1 section available)
This three-hour course will educate participants on how to bring everyone together to benefit their nonprofit organization. All six current generations will be discussed - the G.I. Generation, the Silent Generation, Baby Boomers (including Generation Jones) and Generation X, Y, and Z. Participants will learn how to effectively and respectfully manage this mixture of ages, individuals, values and views to make them assets for the organization.

Crisis Intervention Personal EmergencyyIntervention Train the Trainer
$875.00 (1 section available)
This ten hour course provides staff with safe and effective control procedures used as a last resort in emergency crisis situations when less-restrictive options are neither effective nor appropriate. In addition to the physical procedures presented, the program strongly emphasizes the importance of preventive strategies that reduce and eliminate the use of physical restraint. The program components include: involuntary escorts, assist techniques, personal restraints, and frameworks for the reduction of restraints.

Fundraising Basics - Developing theyAnnual Fund Program
$40.00 (1 section available)
This three-hour class takes a "hands on" approach learning to provide information and ideas on how to apply fundraising basics to create a blueprint for success. As annual giving is considered the essential foundation upon which to build, participants will learn how to develop an effective annual fund program. The underlying planning process, complete with goal setting and the components of a good plan will be explored as well as the basics of gift giving. Student will conduct on-line, real-time, research for collecting available data.

Individual Giving Basics-DevelopingyEffective Relationships
$40.00 (1 section available)
In 2008, Americans made charitable gifts of more than $306 billion to non-profit organizations. Gifts from individuals accounted for 74% of that total, or nearly $230 million. The need has never been greater for organizations to identify new donors and strengthen relationships with existing constituents. In this three-hour class student will focus on the various areas encompassed in individual giving. Student will be given instructions on how to develop a planning process for major gift giving, create a gift-range chart, accurate record keeping files and other important internal processes with a non-profit.

 
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