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MYCM TRAINING COURSES

My Charity Management (MYCM) specialises in the outsourcing, consulting, and training functions of Outsource Professional Directors (OPD), a devoted organisation committed to delivering top-tier guidance and education to individuals seeking comprehensive insights into charity management. Our array of services encompasses personalised consultations, as well as structured charity management training conducted by seasoned professionals. Additionally, we tailor training programs to align with the unique requirements of our clients. Our primary objective is to furnish our clients with the finest counsel and training, empowering them to make well-informed choices and enhance their proficiency in financial and operational matters.

MYCM TRAINING COURSES

MYCM operates as a portfolio company under Outsource Professional Directors (OPD), an organisation dedicated to providing high-quality guidance and tyraining for those seeking a deep understanding of church administration intricacies. Our services include personalised consultations and expert-led charity management training sessions. We also offer customised training programs tailored to our clients' unique needs. Our overarching goal is to provide exceptional counsel and education to empower clients with the knowledge to make informed decisions and improve their financial and operational skills.

At MYCM we have identified 10 areas of discipline that can be valuable for training in charities, churches, NGOs, and other non-profit organisations.  These areas of discipline are essential for the effective operation and growth of non-profit organisations, helping them better achieve their missions and serve their communities. Training in these areas can empower staff and volunteers to make a positive impact and drive meaningful change.

ATTENDEES AND BENEFITS OF MYCM TRAINING COURSES

Attending training in the areas of discipline mentioned earlier can be highly beneficial for individuals working in charities, churches, NGOs, and other non-profit organisations. Here's who should attend and the benefits they can gain:

  1. Staff Members:

    • Who Should Attend: All levels of staff, from entry-level to senior management.

    • Benefits:

      • Enhanced job performance and skills.

      • Improved ability to contribute to the organisation's mission.

      • Career advancement opportunities.

      • Greater job satisfaction.

  2. Volunteers:

    • Who Should Attend: Regular volunteers or those with specific roles (e.g., volunteer coordinators).

    • Benefits:

      • Better understanding of their roles and responsibilities.

      • Increased effectiveness in their volunteer roles.

      • Personal growth and skill development.

      • A sense of fulfillment from making a meaningful contribution.

  3. Board Members:

    • Who Should Attend: Members of the board of directors or trustees.

    • Benefits:

      • Greater understanding of their governance responsibilities.

      • Improved ability to provide strategic guidance.

      • Enhanced decision-making skills.

      • Stronger commitment to the organisation's mission.

  4. Executives and Directors:

    • Who Should Attend: Executive directors, program directors, and department heads.

    • Benefits:

      • Enhanced leadership and management skills.

      • Improved strategic thinking and planning abilities.

      • Better capacity to oversee and lead teams.

      • Increased effectiveness in achieving organisational goals.

  5. Founders and Leaders:

    • Who Should Attend: Founders of non-profit organisations, key leaders, and visionaries.

    • Benefits:

      • Expanded knowledge and skills to sustain and grow the organisation.

      • Enhanced ability to inspire and mobilise supporters.

      • Improved organisational sustainability and long-term impact.

  6. Supporters and Donors:

    • Who Should Attend: Individuals or businesses that support non-profits financially or through in-kind donations.

    • Benefits:

      • Better understanding of the organisations they support.

      • Increased confidence in the organisation's ability to use donations effectively.

      • Opportunities for collaboration and networking with non-profit leaders.

  7. Community Members and Beneficiaries:

    • Who Should Attend: Members of the communities served by non-profits.

    • Benefits:

      • Empowerment to engage more actively in community development.

      • Understanding of available resources and services.

      • Ability to advocate for their needs and rights.

 

Overall, attending training in these areas of discipline can lead to increased organisational effectiveness, improved outcomes, and a more skilled and motivated workforce. It can also help build stronger connections within the community and with donors, fostering trust and support for the organisation's mission.

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