July 9, 2024

Our anti-poverty training is back open for bookings

By Tom Waring, Business Development Executive at Resolve Poverty

Booking is back open for our range of anti-poverty training courses.

Our courses are for individuals and organisations wanting to better understand poverty and how we tackle it. This includes those from private, public and voluntary sectors.

Our courses

Follow the links below for course dates, how to book, and more information. We offer discounts and a free place on each course for those that are unable to pay.

“I loved it! I’m quite familiar with the data side, but since I don’t have a policy background, I wasn’t always aware of the policy histories and political discourse around some of the [poverty] measures. Further, it served as an excellent check-in point and reference for us to review our existing approaches.” – Tackling Poverty with Data attendee from a local authority

Bespoke training

We can also design a course specifically for your needs. Click here for more information.

Our bespoke training clients include: Save the Children, on lived experience engagement; Greater Manchester NHS, on the links between poverty and health, and how frontline workers can support those in poverty; local authorities across the UK, including boroughs Greenwich, Wokingham and Ealing.

For more information on all our anti-poverty training including our bespoke offer, contact Thomas Waring, Business Development Executive at thomas@resolvepoverty.org.


This article is featured in our 10 July newsletter.

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