CLDC is delighted to offer a suite of online workshops and training courses, designed to support businesses in dealing with the impact of the pandemic.
The training is funded under the LEADER programme. #LEADERforEnterprise and will be rolled out by Evelyn Cormican, Blueprint Coaching & Training.
The training includes:
- – Rebuilding your Business after Covid-19
- – Marketing Tools for Tourism Businesses
- – Financial Skills for Micro and Small Business owners
- – Create your own e-commerce store using Shopify
Click here for full details with the schedule of delivery dates and times where you can register to attend.
Shopify is an ecommerce platform that allows you to set up an online store and sell your products to an International audience. It is widely loved by small businesses because it is easy to use and manage.
Together in this (approximately) 25-hour course on Building Your Website, you’ll learn how to set up your very own website using Shopify with a minimum 5 products for sale.
By the time your 14 day trial is complete, you’ll be selling your products to the world! The training will be delivered through a combination of pre-loaded instructional videos showing the steps involved in setting up the online shop, and live webinars with Q&A and discussion on progress throughout the 10 day course.
Sept 21st at 2pm
This pre-course webinar will provide you with an overview of the training, whether the programme is right of you, marketing considerations for your business, and demonstration of tools. This session is an opportunity to explain the programme and ensure that participants are clear on objectives and level of commitment.
An invitation to register for the 10 day course will be issued.
It is essential that you attend the Pre-Course Webinar to establish if this course is right for you and your business.
Oct 5th – 2pm – 3.30pm
Day 1 – Module 1 – Live Session, course introduction, and qualities of an effective website, with collaborative discussion: The group will review the skills, abilities and what is required to build their own website, key considerations when creating a website. Questions and concerns about technology, costs, product considerations, and platforms will be addressed.
Day 2 – Module 2 – Instructional Video – What is Shopify? Shopify vs other platforms? Setting up your 14 day free trial on Shopify
Oct 8th – 2pm – 3.30pm
Day 4 – Module 3 – Live Session, Review progress, Address any questions, collaborative discussion on content. Creating content, images and text for your website
Day 5 & 6 – Module 4 – Instructional Video – Choosing a free theme. Creating ‘About’ & ‘Contact’ pages. Creating Collections and adding your first products.
Oct 12th – 2pm – 3.30pm
Day 7 – Module 5 – Live Session, Review progress, address any questions, collaborative discussion on content. Creating content, images and text for your website
Day 8 – Module 6 – Instructional Video – Set up shipping methods, set up payment methods, stripe/paypal account, styling your theme, integrating with Facebook, Go live!
Oct 16th – 2pm – 3.30pm
Day 10- Module 7 – Live Session, Review progress to date, review websites and provide practical suggestions on next steps.
Click here to register for the course
This is a Clare Local Development Company programme. It is funded by the LEADER Programme
CLDC NETWORKS DEVELOPMENT TRAINING PROGRAMME
Monday 17th August – Monday 19th October, 2020
This is a 10 week online programme delivered by Tina O’Dwyer, The Tourism Space to support the development of 3 Tourism and Business networks and to support the members with business recovery.
Members of the following CLDC supported networks are invited and warmly encouraged to take part:
- Tourism East Clare
- Creative Clare
- Clare Food & Drink Network (New)
Network members can participate online in weekly business recovery training as well as a weekly Network building workshop. The sessions are delivered by expert trainers and facilitators who are experienced in working with networks and delivering supports online.
Purpose of the CLDC Networks Development Training Programme
- Connect businesses who are members of the same network together online
- Enable peer collaboration
- Allow businesses to share experience, insights and learnings during a challenging period
- Provide training and mentoring that helps strengthen both the Network and its members
- Ensure members feel supported and connected throughout this period of uncertainty.
- Enable access for members to expert advice and resources as they need them.
- Reduce feelings of isolation in difficult times.
You can find out more about the programme and register at https://www.thetourismspace.com/cldcnetworks for free and join in!
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This ruling is an important way of supporting Roma parents who have children attending school to access Social Protection payments