In the current Covid-19 context,
the role TSI network in supporting the recovery and renewal of the third sector in Scotland
This learning programme will enable you to further your
understanding of social enterprise exploring practical considerations
such as finance, legal structures, and support for social enterprise.
It will also
help you develop the tools and confidence to support your colleagues
and networks provide the right support to social entrepreneurs
and their organisations locally.
Who is it for?
This programme has been designed for TSI staff who work with social enterprises
and would like to deepen their
understanding of social enterprise and support their colleagues develop their
16 September 2020
7 October 2020
Plus self-directed learning between live sessions
Timing: To be confirmed
Cost: Fully funded. 1 person per TSI.
During the programme, you will:
your understanding of
confidence supporting social enterprises and enterprising third sector
- Support your peers
across the network and share your learning
- Strengthen the
role of the TSI’s in providing the right support to social enterprises at every
stage of their journey
Your facilitator for this programme James Hilder. James Hilder has former roles as CEO of Mull & Iona Community Trust, chair of the Argyll & Bute Social Enterprise Network and founder member of the regional Third Sector Interface. Jame now provides consultancy services, delivered through the social enterprise ‘An Roth Associates CiC’. Click here to find out more.
Elsa Vibert| Social Enterprise
Academy | firstname.lastname@example.org