Want to get involved?
The NCVYS Offer: NCVYS offers local infrastructure organisations a chance to engage through collaboration and networks; influence through straetgic engagement and representation; and develop through capacity building, learning and innovation. We ask that local infrastructure organisations be active and contribute to the work of NCVYS. Please complete a short questionnaire about your support needs to help us finalise the offer.
Joining the NCVYS network: to find out about becoming a member and all the benefits that this entails including training, support, consultancy services, feeding into and learning about policy development, practice-sharing and information resources, networking opportunities and more.
Community of Interest: to find out more about specialist areas of interest open to all staff of member organisations and potential members. To find out more about NCVYS's Community of Interest on Infrastructure contact Jarina Choudhury on 020 7843 6453.
Events: to find out about regular and upcoming events such as the local networks bi-annual residential. Members interested in infrastructure issues meet to discuss pertinent issues. To find out more contact Jarina Choudhury on 020 7843 6453.
NCVYS is currently working on a pilot project around learning clusters. By focusing on the development of key people, it is based on a peer-learning approach. Learning clusters are effectively a reflective learning space created for peers. NCVYS developed this approach during its piloting of the Momentum programme, but the benefits of this approach can be realised outside of this structured programme. To find out more contact Jarina Choudhury on 020 7843 6453.