During 2016 CRNS will be running a series of seminars and forums that will look at a variety of topics that affect the community resources sector in Scotland. They are FREE to CRNS members.
CRNS Forums are informal networking events for third sector resource management projects to share current activities and opportunities with each other and to get strategic updates and news from CRNS and other stakeholders.
CRNS Seminars are more formal half-day events looking at specific themes and topics of interest with formal speakers offering information and support programmes for your organisation.
Aberdeen CRNS Forum – 14th March at 1pm
This Forum will be hosted by CRNS member CFINE in Aberdeen. There will be presentations from CFINE, Greener Kemnay and Magpie on their current activities plus updates from other members, CRNS and ZWS.
Inverness CRNS Forum – 15th March at 10am
This Forum will be hosted by CRNS member New Start Highland in Inverness. There will be presentations from New Start Highland, Lochaber Environment Group and Blythswood Care on their current activities plus updates from other members, CRNS and ZWS.
Stirling CRNS Thematic Seminar – 23rd March at 10am
“Healthy Working Lives, Social Media and The Consumer Rights Act 2015”
The first CRNS Thematic Seminar for 2016 will be in Stirling on the 23rd March and there will be presentations from:
Healthy Working Lives: “An overview of the Healthy Working Lives programme and how it can help you create a safer, healthier and more motivated workforce.”
Luma IT: “The value of using social media for your project”
Stirling Council Trading Standards: “The Consumer Rights Act 2015 – Implications for reuse projects that trade in second hand items”
CRNS Strategic Update: “Future Strategy & Activities (David Wood, CRNS CEO)”
CRNS members are entitled to 2 FREE places for this seminar.
Non-Member delegate fee: £40*
*This non-member fee can be reimbursed on joining CRNS in 2016