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Engaging Women & Girls
- How to organise and deliver projects specifically aimed at women and girls. Delivered by Kerry Fannon from NACRO East Manchester (the crime reduction charity striving towards a culture that is diverse and recognises and develops the potential of all).

Reducing Re-offending Through Employment
- How the award winning scheme delivered by Salford Community Leisure is reducing re-offending by targeting offenders whilst in custody and offering them employment opportunities once released. Delivered by Stewart Williams from Salford Community Leisure (Back to work in Salford Co-ordinator).

Maximising Facilities' Potential For Social Change
- A case study on the development of the new Bancroft Park in Blackpool , which contains two 20m outdoor climbing towers. Delivered by Chris Simcock from Blackpool Council (Head of sport and physical activity).

Social Enterprise
- How City in the community has assisted the growth and development of social enterprises. Delivered by Tom Flower from Manchester City FC (a registered charity delivering education, community and charitable activities across Manchester and Tameside).

Are You Enterprise Ready?
- Balance is an easy and accessible way of reviewing management and organisational performance. The tool is available for on-line self assessment. It produces an instant snapshot of strengths and weaknesses and provides a strategic companion, which outlines steps for development. Delivered by Mike Bull (Research Fellow) from Manchester Metropolitan University Business School (Centre for Enterprise ).



 
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