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Non Profit 1 Facilities, Standards & Risk Management

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PATH Intl. CEUs: 4 CEs/day

About:

This is the first of three interactive workshops over two days designed to help you meet your organization’s management, fundraising, and communication needs. These workshops explore best practices in non-profit management, offers practical learning opportunities, case studies, and networking with peers. Day 1 pm & Day 2 are suitable for ALL TYPES of non-profit organizations.


Who should attend?

  • Non-Profit staff and trustees
  • Equine professionals, therapists, and volunteers interested in therapeutic riding
  • PATH Intl. Instructor in Training Candidates
  • PATH Intl. Therapeutic Riding Instructors seeking advancement and CEUs

Workshop content:

Workshop 1: Facilities, Standards & Risk Mgmnt (½ day morning):

  • PATH Intl. Standards and Risk Management
  • Instructor Compliance
  • Facility Needs

Pricing Options:

This lecture can be taken in three different ways:

  • A stand-alone lecture for continuing education purposes.
  • As part of the 2-day Administration Module (see below)
  • or as part of the 16-day High Hopes’ Instructor Training Course a component of the Certified Therapeutic Riding Instructor education process.

Workshop Series:

You may also choose to register for Workshop 2 and/or 3

Workshop 2: Nonprofit Business Administration (½ day afternoon):
Develop an understanding of and utilize solid management practices that will ensure your organization survives and thrives in today’s economy. Topics to include:

  • Best management practices;
  • Committee and Board Relationships;
  • Organizational Mission, Vision, and Values;
  • Operations Management;
  • Strategic Planning;
  • Financial Management.   

Workshop 3: Fundraising and Communications: (½ day morning):
Build a well-rounded fundraising program to ensure long term financial sustainability. Topics to include:

Building a donor base;

  • Appeal Program;
  • Major Gifts;
  • Grant Research and Writing;
  • Special Events;
  • Planned Giving; Cultivating Donor Relationships;
  • Marketing & Communications.

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