Training & Events
Resourcing Scotland’s Heritage is delivering a series of training courses and events across Scotland. The venues for each of the events will be based on demand for the courses and travel bursaries are available to support your attendance.
Are you ready to take part in a Resourcing Scotland’s Heritage training course? Our training is best suited to registered charities and constituted community groups. Take a walk through our simple question and answer page to determine which course is right for you. For further information on setting up a charity in Scotland please see the OSCR website.
We have two main training courses and a series of ‘In Focus’ events. For further information on the courses please read our full course descriptions for ‘Fundraising: Make it Happen’, ‘Fundraising: Planning to Progress’ and the ‘In Focus’ sessions.
If you are interested in any particular event or fundraising topic please do get in touch – we may be able to bring an event to your area email@example.com.
Please register for the events you would like to attend below. We ask that no more than two representatives from each organisation attend an event. Please note a nominal attendance fee is charged for each of the events.
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In Focus: Full Cost Recovery (Edinburgh)
February 22, 2017 @ 10:00 am - 3:30 pm
Are you confused about Full Cost Recovery? Does this impact on how you budget for projects?
This session looking at Full Cost Recovery (FCR) for grant-funded projects and organisations in the heritage sector is designed to help. The aim is to introduce the principles of FCR, how it can be applied fairly, simply and the associated challenges of implementing FCR in the real world.
The training session is aimed at organisations that have some experience of FCR and those that have none at all. This will allow sharing of experiences.
- Explain what Full Cost Recovery is and why is it important
- Explain how to calculate the running costs of a group or organisation
- Provide examples of how to identify direct and indirect costs
- Help participants to understand the difference between restricted and unrestricted income
- Provide a step-by-step guide in how to calculate FCR
- Provide examples from the heritage sector
The event will include a practical activity, time for discussion and a networking lunch and is delivered to RSH by Pamela Redpath who specialises in Social Enterprise Development & Training.