The Partnership Community Forum (PCF) was established by The Learning Partnership in 2000 and has continued to grow and evolve over the last 12 years into an established forum for practitioners in the learning sector – a countywide partnership forum which meets on a quarterly basis to network, exchange information, share good practice, discuss new activities around the learning agenda and to act as a sounding board on new developments in the learning arena.
The forum has a membership of over 180 organisations predominantly, but not exclusively, from the voluntary and community sector.
It enables 3rd sector organisations to engage with both the mainstream providers and stakeholders to give them the opportunity to have a voice around the learning agenda.
Capacity Building events and workshops are identified through the PCF members and funding is sought to support the delivery of the learning which in turn enables voluntary and community sector organisations and groups to help sustain their growth and development.
As part of being a member of the PCF, you will the receive the PCF Bulletin and Grantfinder Updates which keeps you in touch with new developments around learning, events and workshops, funding opportunities for the delivery of learning and training for capacity building purposes as well as delivery of training for your client groups.
You will receive notification when The Learning Partnership is looking to tender for new partnership bids and be invited to be part of those partnership lead initiatives if your organisation would like to be involved and has a track record of delivery. To be part of this process you will be required to hold full membership status, should you not have this but wish to take part in collaborative bids we can support you through the process.
If you are not already part of this forum and would like to be then please contact Vanda Bailey on 01234 851074 or email email@example.com
A countywide Partnership forum established by The Learning Partnership, discussing new activities around the learning agenda and new developments in the learning arena. more...