JCI Achieve in the UK

JCI Achieve in the UK

November 22, 2011 8:35 am Published by Leave your thoughts

Kate Senter a graduate of JCI AchieveJCI UK’s training team is pleased to announce that we will be running JCI Achieve on Saturday 10th December 2011 at the Holiday Inn, Royal Victoria in Sheffield. 

It is a full day course that uses discussions and case studies to understand and establish the local organisation’s identity, its purpose and what to do to accomplish JCI’s mission, effectively adopt and use recognisable and appreciated activities, understand the existing demographic groups and their characteristics and how to build an attractive organization that will bring in new members who are looking for the development opportunities and want to create positive change as active citizens.

Kate Senter, President, JCI Sheffield (pictured here) said: “JCI Achieve really opened my eyes to how we can define our activity, what we stand far and how to share this vision! I would highly recommend it to anyone who wants to understand more about building an active chamber and share best practice. I personally have found this to be the most powerful of all the JCI official courses! “

As this course is held in such high regard by JCI internationally, JCI UK will be subsidising the price which means members will be getting a full day of amazing training for just £25, including lunch and refreshments.

JCI UK have been very busy arranging international trainers to run this session so it has taken a little longer than hoped to communicate this out to you all, but we know a number of members are already interested in booking a place

Date: Saturday 10th December
Time:
10:00am to 5:00pm
Venue
: Holiday Inn, Royal Victoria in Sheffield
Booking
: For more information or to book a place please contact Emma Eastwood on 07966222707 or e.eastwood@cityliving.co.uk

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