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The LEO Social Enterprise Training Course starts this day next week! We at the Irish Social Enterprise Network fully endorse this event and very much look forward to seeing you there.

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The following are event details from the LED – Dublin City that can be found in it’s original post at:

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The Social Enterprise Training Course is designed to help Social Entrepreneurs and people involved in social enterprises to learn key skills and develop their expertise in 4 core areas. The core areas of the course are: Management, Sales, Marketing and Finance.

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\r\n\r\nThe Social Enterprise Training Course is designed to help Social Entrepreneurs and people involved in social enterprises to learn key skills and develop their expertise in 4 core areas. The core areas of the course are: Management, Sales, Marketing and Finance.\r\n\r\nEach session will be delivered by an Expert Tutor and will involve discussion, exercises and relevant tool development. The course involves 4 sessions 09:30 -13:30 and will include a light lunch afterwards.\r\n\r\nThe course is limited to 16 participants. Please book early to guarantee your place.\r\n\r\nThe sessions and dates are below. (Please note that session topic dates may switch)\r\n\r\nDate                 Time                    Topic                     Tutor\r\n\r\n04.07.2017     09:30-13:30        Management       Chris MM Gordon (Chair and Co-Founder – Irish Social Enterprise Network)\r\n\r\n11.07.2017     09:30-13:30        Finance                Sheila Ryder (Business Trainer & Mentor)\r\n\r\n18.07.2017     09:30-13:30        Sales                     Rita Sharkey (Expert Tutor)\r\n\r\n25.07.2017     09:30-13:30        Marketing            Margaret Dorgan (Expert Tutor)\r\n\r\nThe venue for the course is: Conference Room 4 – Local Enterprise Office Dublin City | Dublin City Council | Block 4, Floor 1| Civic Offices | Wood Quay | Dublin 8. D08 RF3F.\r\n\r\nThe course is part of the commitment from Dublin City – Social Enterprise Committee to support social enterprises and their development in the city. It has adopted a strategic approach which includes:\r\n\r\n-          Identifying specific areas of need and opportunity for social enterprise as an opportunity for co-creation within the council area.\r\n\r\n-          Reviewing suitable business sectors for Social Enterprise particularly strong growth sectors that have a developed ecosystem and that have significant scale or potential to grow in Dublin City.\r\n\r\nThe course is subsidised by: Local Enterprise Office – Dublin City and Dublin City Council. It is supported by: Inner City Enterprise; Northside Partnership; DCU; NorDubCo; Carmichael Centre; St. Andrews Resource Centre; Irish Social Enterprise Network.\r\n\r\n

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