Training & Workshops

Pulse delivers training and VCFSE skills development, including leadership development for Chief Executives and senior managers, and skills development for Boards/ trustees. Our services include:

Case Studies

Leadership and Organisational Excellence Programme
Pulse delivered a strategic leadership and organisational development programme for Age UK nationally. We have supported 36 local Age UK partners from around England and Wales as part of the programme to assist with their future sustainability and financial independence. The programme included a quality health check diagnostic for each organisation, and three days of intensive training covering strategic planning, change management, social enterprise development, risk management, building commercial relationships, good governance, and developing leadership skills. The programme also included follow up consultancy support and advice for each organisation to help with strategic planning, board development, identifying future income streams, securing funding, and providing commissioning advice.

VCFSE Capability and Capacity Building Programme
Pulse developed and delivered national a VCFSE Capability and Capacity Building Programme on behalf of the MOJ, engaging with all 43 Police and Crime Commissioners, providing Skills and Information workshops, and commissioning training and support to 867 VCFSE victims’ services providers to respond to the changing commissioning environment. VCFSE’s attending were surveyed to identify increased skills, capability, and confidence to bid for public sector contracts. The result was that VCFSEs were better prepared to bid for grants and contracts when new procurement was launched.

Social Enterprise Challenge
The Social Enterprise Challenge is a unique training programme that has been specifically designed by Pulse Regeneration to assist those who want to start a new social enterprise or community business. The Social Enterprise Challenge consists of 6 half-day training sessions over a 3-week period, and includes expert advisors and guest speakers. At the end of the programme a Challenge Day is organised where attendees pitch their ideas to a panel of experts, with the chance to win a range of prizes including grants to help with start-up costs and free consultancy support. The Social Enterprise Challenge was delivered twice Liverpool Vision as part of its support to stimulate the social economy.