STAMP CONFERENCE - September/October 2014
Join us this autumn and find out how the STAMP programme could help transform your organisation's future
Launching this autumn via a series of local conferences, the STAMP Programme is an innovative new initiative to support the training and development of Kent’s voluntary, community and social enterprise (VCSE) sector – providing frontline organisations with the skills, tools, knowledge and connections to develop a more sustainable future for themselves.
The Social Enterprise Kent-led partnership delivering the STAMP Programme will focus on the development needs of organisations working in the adult health and social care sector and will build a network of resilient VCSE suppliers to offer a diverse range of dynamic, innovative and responsive services for vulnerable adults in Kent.
Come to this autumn's conference if you want support to
Tender to deliver public services
Start a new social enterprise
Access new sources of funding
Develop or join VCSE-led consortia
Hear from commissioners, experienced practitioners, support experts and the STAMP team of partners; and identify new options and opportunities accessible through the STAMP programme.
Mark Lobban - Director of Commissioning, Kent County Council
Karen Sharp - Head of Public Health Commissioning, Kent County Council
Andrew O'Brien - Senior Policy Officer, NCVO
Roger Gough - Cabinet Member for Education and Health Reform, Kent County Council
Peter Zein - All Seasons Service User
- Simplified Strategic Planning
- Effective Business Planning
- Charity Sector Finance Review
- KCC Procurement Practices
- Speed Networking
- Tender-Readiness Reviews Explained
Book today and pay only £45
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Social Enterprise Kent
As one of Kent's most forward-looking and innovative organisations Social Enterprise Kent (SEK) has developed a reputation for delivering innovative and enterprising support that helps people, businesses and communities to unlock their potential.
Whether delivering training, supporting consortia, mentoring social entrepreneurs or breaking down barriers to employment SEK staff are committed to finding effective and lasting solutions.