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Health Checks And Handbooks
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Health Checks And Handbooks

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Mark Walker - SCIP @ 2009 Lasa Circuit Rider Conference …

Mark Walker - SCIP @ 2009 Lasa Circuit Rider Conference
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Mark is ICT Champion for South East England and a project manager at SCIP, which is a social enterprise based in Brighton that delivers IT services to the third sector. He helped set up SCIP in 1996 and has been using computers and the web with not for profit organisations ever since. He runs a variety of community-based projects, including a large Lottery funded programme that is embedding IT skills in other third sector training courses.and, as an experienced trainer, is currently delivering workshops on using Wordpress, running a community website, fundraising and better budgeting for IT.

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  • 1. Health checks and handbooks Mark Walker, SCIP ICT Champion for the South East
  • 2. About SCIP • IT services and training to charities and community groups • Social enterprise founded in 1996 • Based in Brighton • ICT Hub Regional ICT Champion for south east
  • 3. Some assumptions • Tech support providers – Circuit Riders – Social Enterprises – ICT Development Workers
  • 4. Our clients • Size is important – Small = 5-25 – Micro < 5 • Different needs, suppliers, ICT resources, relationships, etc • Same information?
  • 5. Working with clients
  • 6. Common ground • How we capture + share useful info? • What do we capture and share? • What systems can help us? • Can we work together on this?
  • 7. ICT Health Check • Initial contact • Permission to start • Feels safe for them

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