This introductory course will help you to set up your own project or manage existing projects in the community. Project examples may include to help reduce social isolation, improve the mental health of young people or transforming people’s lives through the arts.
During the course, you will explore and evaluate different project management models and find the one that best suits the needs of your project. You will learn how to scope the project, develop timelines and plans, as well as exploring different ways to evaluate and measure the projects outcomes.
This course provides professional development for existing volunteers, and anyone in related community sector employment such as Community Development or Sports Development.
How will the course be delivered?
The course will be delivered on a residential basis, over two days and one night. The course will include a blend of class room based activities and some individual work alone.
Northern College starts where you are, building on your life skills and experience. You don’t need a formal qualification to begin your studies with us.
What could this course lead to?
After completing Introduction to Community Project Management, you may wish to progress onto further short courses or courses to support the development of your English, Maths and Digital Skills. Further progression includes the Level 2 Certificate in Community Organising and Level 3 Access to Higher Education Diploma Humanities and Social Science, or Social Action.
For more information please visit the Short Course page on our website
Tuition Fee: £50*
Choose which date you would like to apply for:
email : mis at northern dot ac dot uk
Tel : 01226 776000