What is it?
Do you feel like your charity needs help with technology and their digital approach? Is your organisation taking advantage of the potential technology tools and digital platforms available to you?
DOT PROJECT are running a Digital Leadership programme that is for leaders of voluntary, community and social enterprise organisations who want to increase their impact through the use of technology. This is not about becoming a digital expert, it’s about leadership in a digital world.
Being digital is about maximising the opportunities technology can provide when it works with the people and teams across the organisation.
How to participate?
There are two great ways you can get useful and intelligent advice for your digital platforms:
- Virtual drop-in sessions
It couldn’t be easier to join one of the free virtual drop-in sessions.
From your workplace or home, you have the amazing opportunity to participate in a free virtual drop-in session at a time that’s suitable for you. These will run on a Wednesday from 11 am – 12 pm.
The purpose of these sessions is to ask ad-hoc questions or seek specific advice about your digital approach, wherever you are based.
Just click the relevant link below to call in at any time from 11 am – 12 pm on the given date:
These fantastic two-day free training workshops will support you to maximise your digital impact, embed digital content and tools in your organisation, and build stronger relationships with your service users and supporters.
The course will enable you to build strong digital foundations across your organisation, so your teams and processes are fit for purpose both now and in the future.
The course is practical and it will enable you to make positive changes quickly, with the skills and confidence to:
- Lead your organisation and create a positive digital culture
- Integrate digital throughout your operations and finance
- Use digital tools to improve your service delivery
- Enhance your communications and marketing
- Expand your fundraising opportunities
- Take a responsible approach to digital design and investment
Book your place in one of the following locations:
- South Bristol(Monday 4 March & Monday 11 March)
- Weston-super-Mare(Tuesday 5 March & Tuesday 12 March)
- Bath(Wednesday 6 March & Wednesday 13 March)
- North/Central Bristol(Thursday 7 March & Thursday 14 March)
- South Gloucestershire(Friday 1 March & Friday 15 March)
A standard allowance for travel costs is available for the workshop.
What are the benefits?
The benefits of learning more about integrating technology and digital for charities are immense. They include:
- Creating a positive digital culture
- Integrating digital throughout your operations and finance to simplify many processes
- Learning how to use digital tools to improve your service delivery
- Enhancing your communications and marketing
- Expanding your fundraising opportunities
- Taking a responsible approach to digital design and investment
- Learning about correct data management to ensure sensitive data is stored and secured correctly
- Strengthening internal processes to create more time for teams to focus on direct beneficiary activities
…and so much more! Ensure your charity is able to properly embrace digital by taking part in one of the great workshops offered by DOT PROJECT.
Who are DOT Project?
DOT PROJECT is a female-led enterprise deeply committed to the possibilities of a positive relationship between technology and humanity. They are working towards a future where people flourish through responsible technology.
DOT PROJECT recognise that some charities are really embracing technology and digital platforms and are progressive, but on the whole there is a lack of funding to support small to medium-sized charities to strengthen skills across the organisation.
Over the past few years, DOT PROJECT have worked with social enterprises who support people with disabilities, vulnerable and marginalised groups and supported The Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) to increase the visibility of initiatives which support diversity in technology and the creative industries.