Making the Most of IT | Children England & Connect Assist

The effective use of information technology has long been a fundamental part of success in the
commercial world. The same is now true of the not-for-profit sector.

With this in mind, Children England, in partnership with Connect Assist, invite you to an afternoon
of insights, ideas and inspiration on how to get the maximum benefits from IT.

Making the Most of IT
Venue: TCPA, 17 Carlton House Terrace, London, SW1Y 5AS
22nd November 2011 – 1:30-4:30pm
www.childrenengland.org.uk

This seminar presents the ideal forum to explore how charities large and small can use IT to increase
their efficiency and effectiveness as well as develop innovative new services.

Key topics include: Developing an IT Strategy, effective Customer Relationship Management (CRM),
innovative uses of IT, digital services and social media, partnership working and good practice case
studies.

Seminar fees:
£35 – Children England Members
£45* –Non-Members (voluntary sector)
£85 – Statutory and private sector

Also included: information on funding opportunities for IT projects, networking, sources of pro
bono support as well as free practical resources. Children England members can also book a free
2-hour IT consultancy with Connect Assist on the day.

To book your place online, visit www.childrenengland.org.uk/makingthemostofitlondon
For training and seminar enquiries, please email: [email protected]
or phone 020 7833 3319

*Book by 8th November 2011 to qualify for a ‘early bird’ 10% discount
Children England is the leading national membership organisation for charities and community
groups working with children, young people and families.

www.childrenengland.org.uk

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