In February and March, Kultur Aktiv offers seminars for federal volunteers and all interested parties.
Further training "Administration, bookkeeping and management in non-profit organizations"
Mr Thomas Richter │ Kultur Aktiv e.V., Dresden, Germany │ 15.02.+18.02.+04.03.2019, in each case from 10:00 to 15:00, Martin-Luther-Platz 7
Structural, legal and financial conditions are often crucial for the successful development of non-profit organisations in general and associations in particular. Team members should be familiar with these often very complex areas as they are the basis of our day-to-day work. The seminar imparts basic knowledge about the foundation and structure of non-profit organisations as well as their advantages and disadvantages in everyday socio-cultural life.
Futher training in event management: "Ideas on the stage"
Mr Tobias Käppler | Kultur Aktiv e.V. Dresden, Germany | 25. - 27.02.2019, each from 10:00 to 15:00, Bautzner Straße 49
With this further training you acquire suggestions, basic & competences in the planning, coordination, application, execution & postprocessing of events, in particular in the cultural area. (concerts, festivals, tours, etc.) - At the same time, it is a cross-industry additional qualification.
Further training "Project Guide - Standards for successful project work".
Mr Marcus Oertel │ Kultur Aktiv e.V., Dresden, Germany │ 13 - 15 March 2019, each 15:00 to 20:00, Bautzner Straße 49
In today's working world, more and more processes and tasks are defined and implemented in the form of projects. But it is a long and sometimes difficult road from the idea to the implementation and successful completion of projects. The speaker Marcus Oertel gives an introductory overview, goes into the individual phases of the project cycle in more detail and imparts the central competencies required for successful project management and project financing, as well as targeted public relations work. The knowledge pool has been systematically processed and abstracted so that it can be applied to a wide variety of projects. In addition, many of the lecturer's experiences in cultural management are incorporated.