Addressing Poverty

February 8, 2016

Poverty Awreness TrainingAddress­ing Poverty is a good fit for your orga­ni­za­tion if you are look­ing to work with your col­leagues and employ­ees to iden­tify strate­gies and next steps for your orga­ni­za­tion to improve ser­vices, poli­cies and inter­ac­tions with peo­ple expe­ri­enc­ing poverty. As a result, you can help improve out­comes for peo­ple expe­ri­enc­ing poverty.

Course Descrip­tion: Work together with your col­leagues to iden­tify and build strate­gies to out­line improve­ments to work­place poli­cies, ser­vices and inter­ac­tions with peo­ple expe­ri­enc­ing poverty. Learn about com­mu­nity resources address­ing poverty, includ­ing strengths and lim­i­ta­tions. The train­ing includes expe­ri­en­tial activ­i­ties and active dis­cus­sion. NOTE: Under­stand­ing Poverty or Poverty Sim­u­la­tion are a pre­req­ui­site for this training.

Logis­tics: Length: 2 hours. Par­tic­i­pants: 12–75. We bring train­ing directly to your organization.

Oppor­tu­ni­ties to make the train­ing even more rel­e­vant to your group or organization:

  • Our train­ing inte­grates local data and resources (where pos­si­ble) in order to make the train­ing con­tent more rel­e­vant to your group or organization.
  • We work with your group to iden­tify spe­cific objec­tives and goals you have for train­ing, and cus­tomize our activ­i­ties to fit your needs.
  • The train­ing hours are flex­i­ble, and we can work with you to iden­tify the best length of train­ing to ade­quately meet your learn­ing goals.

 

Learn More:

Check out our other train­ing options here to enrich your under­stand­ing of poverty. If you are curi­ous about who we have trained, check out our past clients. Check out tes­ti­mo­ni­als to hear what train­ing par­tic­i­pants had to say.

Con­tact us to learn more about our “Address­ing Poverty” train­ing and how you and your orga­ni­za­tion can benefit.

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Testimonials

  • The training taught me to “manage what I have better and be more aware of the stress level it causes to not be able to meet ‘your’ needs.” (Poverty Awareness Training participant)