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Bringing the experts to you: Network Advice Bus in Handsworth

Posted by Tracey Thorne on 17th January 2011

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 CN4B is launching its pilot mobile advice surgery giving small groups and organisations access to a range of advice on capacity and organisational management issues.

Do you need FREE advice on organisation governance or women’s issues? (advice on women’s issues is provided to groups and individuals).
Then come along to one of the many mobile surgeries being held at locations around Birmingham between January & March 2011.

Get advice on:
Funding, Events, Training, Organisation Management, Domestic Violence, Health, Women’s Support Groups, Networking, Charitable Status and more…

No appointments are required and you will receive 15/20 minutes one-to-one advice with some level of follow-up support.
See list of dates on the publicity flyer >
(Feel free to download, print and display)

This is an initiative of Community Network 4 Birmingham and supported by: The Digbeth Trust/Platform Partnership, W.A.I.T.S., Chamberlain Forum and Birmingham City Council’s Midnight Bus.

A number of other agencies are assisting these sessions by offering specialist advice. We thank all those involved for their voluntary input as advisors, and particular thanks to John Shannon and Kieran Clarke for their assistance in developing this pilot initiative.

For all enquiries email info@cn4b.net or tippa@chamberlainforum.org

The Handsworth dates that we have arranged our:

27th Jan 1.30 until 4.30

24th March 10am until 1.00

All free no appointment need the bus will be parked at Handsworth Leisure Centre, just off Holly Rd

2 Responses to “Bringing the experts to you: Network Advice Bus in Handsworth”

  1. Ravi says:

    Hi Tracey

    Can you give a bit more info on what ‘organisation governance’ means and whether this could be relevant to a small business or community enterprise?

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