Child.org sponsors 3 months of development training

Child.org is proud to continue our sponsorship of Charity Fast-Track training. The flagship Foundation course began in 2015 as Charity Apprentice. Over the years we have actively engaged with participants, listened to their feedback and improved the course, whilst keeping it affordable and accessible to all.

The new Fast-Track course is more agile and more focused. It will deliver 3 months of professional development training, plus a Career Networking Bootcamp, for a fraction of the cost charged by universities or other training providers. 

The 12-week Foundation Course starts in November 2019. Child.org sponsorship means you will only need to pay £0.00 if you book now.

In return, we’ve made leading a team of fundraising volunteers part of your learning experience. You’ll demonstrate the kind of skills and attitudes that recruiters want to see so you can land the dream job, all whilst raising vital funds to support the lives of children and families in sub-Saharan Africa. 

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Demonstrating your impact:

Since 2015 our Charity Fast-Trackers have raised over £300,000. We’re incredibly proud of the impact this has made on the world.

To pass the course, you’ll be expected to raise a minimum of £500. With our support. the average Fast-Tracker raises around £1,000 each, but we’re challenging you to do more. 

We do this because the charity sector needs professionals who can plan a project, recruit and manage others, write and deliver their comms, and have the bravery to follow through on a commitment.

Besides, we want to make this sector accessible for everyone.

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Building a more diverse sector

We know that charities do their best work when they’re staffed with talents from all backgrounds. No-one should feel that changing the world for a living is beyond their reach.

For every ten Fast-Trackers who sign up to the course, we’ll offer a place to someone who otherwise wouldn’t get the chance to take part.

Start your charity career by making an impact.

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