Certificate course in resource mobilisation and communication
About the course
The certificate in resource mobilisation and communication is a 120-hour course designed for senior-leaders and other paid or voluntary employees of NGOs.
The course included five modules:
- Introduction to resource mobilisation
- Getting started with resource mobilisation
- Communication and relationship building
- Sustaining and researching donors
- Resource mobilisation techniques.
These modules were taught in a highly participatory and interactive way, with a strong emphasis on developing workplace skills. This included technical and planning skills as well as soft skills which are critical to the successful implementation of a fundraising programme, such as managing self, managing relationships and managing volunteers.
About the organisers
Thai Fund Foundation (TFF) - previously known as the Development Support Consortium (DSC), is a civil society infrastructure/resource organisation based in Bangkok, Thailand. It was established in 1996 to create long-term sustainability of civil society organisations (CSOs) in Thailand through resource mobilisation and capacity building. Their work includes; capacity building, training, promoting philanthropic giving and social volunteering, ICT support for NGOs, mobilising resources to support grassroots organisations, operating www.thaingo.org and the annual awards - The Community Award for Forest Rehabilitation and Conservation. They also support the Stateless Children Project and organise international conferences. For further information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.tff.or.th
Huachiew Chalermprakiet University (HCU) - arose from the Poh Teck Tung Foundation's intense desire to aid Thailand in its efforts to expand opportunities for education in-line with national demand and to commemorate their Majesties the King and Queen of Thailand. The Faculty of Social Work and Social Welfare is the second faculty of Huachiew Chalermprakiet University and was founded by the Poh Teck Tung Foundation. The faculty began offering bachelor and masters degrees in social work and social welfare in 1990. More than 1,500 students graduated from faculty and are now working in both the government and civil society sector. Additionally, the faculty has been serving the society by offering academic services, research, and training for local government officers and NGO staff. To find out more please visit www.hcu.ac.th
The Resource Alliance - is an international charity headquartered in London which aim to be the global network for fundraising, resource mobilisation and philanthropy. We build skills, knowledge and promote excellence within civil society. Find out more about the Resource Alliance
The course has been supported by Rockefeller Foundation