How is Green Pepper helping?

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Here are just some of the ways that Green Pepper is helping the Voluntary, Community and Social Enterprise sector…

Each year Green Pepper runs a range of successful training workshops for staff and volunteers in the VCSE sector on a variety of topics. In 2018 over 30 half-day courses were delivered. Mostly these were run in partnership with local infrastructure organisations including Bedfordshire CVS, South Derbyshire CVS, WCAVA and CASE. For the latest workshops, please see the list of upcoming events that Green pepper is providing.

Data protection
Green Pepper has provided consultancy to a number of small charities providing advice and support on the introduction of the GDPR.

Organisational health check
Green Pepper recently undertook an organisational health check for a Leicester based charity in order to identify possible areas for capacity building.

Health and safety
Green Pepper undertook a safety inspection of a charity’s premises and prepared a report for the trustee board.

Social media policy review
In 2017 Green Pepper reviewed a draft social media policy for an organisation in Leicestershire, providing suggestions and advising on best practice.

Website and blog
Social enterprise Citrus Consultancy commissioned Green Pepper to update their website; and write a number of blog articles during 2017.

Evaluation and Social Impact
Feedback from organisations and individuals who have used Green Pepper’s services continues to be welcome; and demonstrates the regard in which services such as training workshops are held. Please follow this link to view Green Pepper’s Evaluation and Impact Report 2017 report.

Does this sound interesting?

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To discuss your specific needs, please contact David at Green Pepper.

David is a progressive and supportive manager. He is a forward planner and has excellent knowledge of both the educational and employment environment. He has the rare ability to engage and interact with even the most reluctant participants. He makes training sessions enjoyable with a delivery style that seems effortless.
Pauline Rodmell, Regional Officer, Association of Teachers and Lecturers