Running events and training sessions / workshops are a key part of our work.

We regularly run a variety of normally free courses, workshops, training and events to allow people to network and get upskilled and empowered.

Click on the buttons below for more information and book your place:

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Multiple Dates: CSCS and UCSavvy Training with whg

We love to partners and build financial resilience!

That's why we run an ongoing programme of financial workshops, partnering with whg - one of the Midlands' leading and most successful providers of high quality homes.

Dementia Friendly Worship in Care Homes

14th November 1.30pm to 4.30pm

St Hilda's, 269 Abbey Road, Smethwick, B67 5HQ

Sandwell Council and TCT are offering a free training session for those who lead, or plan to lead worship in Care Homes.

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6th Dec 2019: The Big Conversation, Wolverhampton

Real People Honest Talk brings people together to talk about the tough issues around how we live together well.

The Big Conversation will bring together people who have participated in small conversations in neighbourhoods across Wolverhampton.

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Cash Smart Credit Savvy: 1-Day Training the Trainer Course

Cash Smart Credit Savvy (CSCS) is an introduction to budgeting skills and saving. Designed as an early intervention, to prevent financial challenges becoming a crisis, the programme improves financial wellbeing by increasing confidence and skill in making informed choices about money.

By working with existing local organisations and networks, equipping their frontline staff and volunteers, the programme successfully engages participants and removes the stigma often attached to money management courses by offering small, manageable modules in a familiar setting and activities that encourage participants to build on and share their existing knowledge.

Cash Smart Credit Savvy is delivered through five modules -

1. Spending Savvy

2. Building a Budget

3. Credit Cards & Loans

4. Debt

5. Savings

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