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Training and Development

We are committed to building a stronger more sustainable voluntary and community sector in the county.

Our HCF Training and Development team provide workforce development and capacity-building for the voluntary sector. In recent years we have also expanded our provision to offer whole organisation development via the Building Effectiveness programme.
HCF Training and Development currently offers the following projects and services:

Training Courses A programme of short practical courses delivered county-wide and subsidised for voluntary and community organisations.
Click HERE for more information and to download the calendar for winter 2019.

Advice & Guidance Delivered by HCF's team of experienced advisors. Click HERE for more information.

Better Boards Our new programme to help embed good governance into Hertfordshire charities. Click HERE for further details.

Building Effectiveness HCF's innovative programme of tailored support to enable organisations to transform. MORE INFO...

Teacher/Tutor Training We provide tutors working in private and voluntary adult social care organisations with subsidised places on Level 3 Award in Education & Training courses. Click HERE for the latest course details or to add your name to our waiting list.

HCF Training and Development will keep you updated through our regular e-bulletins. If you have colleagues or other contacts in voluntary and community organisations who could benefit from our services, please recommend that they Sign-Up for News.

Catch up with our latest news

Helping people blossom
Local people with disabilities are maintaining the gardens of elderly residents.
Preventing money worries from spiralling out of control
A £3,852 grant is helping members of the Irish Network to avoid financial crisis.
New experiences, skills & friends
A £3000 grant is providing a 10-week course combining photography skills, writing skills, drama and visual arts/crafts for people with disabilities.
After school club for children with SEN
Potential Kids have received a grant of £4,375 to continue to offer a range of child and family focused social activities.