Working together project WTP

developing training in the community and voluntary sectors. The Working Together Project Registered Charity Number 1086756 – Company Limited by Guarantee Number 4114544.

The Working Together Project specialises in training for the community and voluntary sector.  Our courses will help you with the ongoing development and management of your organisation, and will support staff, volunteers and management committee members to develop in their role.  Our half-, one-, and two-day courses are practical, relevant, professional and friendly, and cover a wide range of subjects – please see the training section for the full programmes … (about 1/2).

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Address: The Working Together Project, Brighton Junction, 1A Isetta Square, 35 New England Street, Brighton BN1 4GQ, UK;
Contact: to contact us please use our feedback form.

About 2/2: … As we are always developing new courses relevant to your needs in running successful groups and organisations, please ring to talk through your ongoing training and skills needs. 

A development worker can also come and visit you to find out what your group/organisation does and help you to work out what support you need.

Mission Statement:

  • The Working Together Project (WTP) is dedicated to meeting the workforce development and community capacity building needs of the Third Sector and the Public Sector by offering a wide range of creative and partnership based training, learning and education. WTP is committed to community empowerment, reducing inequality and improving services to disadvantaged people and communities.


  • WTP aims to work in partnership to build the capacity of the VCS by meeting the training, learning and educational needs of staff, volunteers, community activists and management committees.
  • WTP aims to work in partnership to build the capacity and culture of the VCS to develop, deliver and support access to learning for their staff, volunteers, members and service users.
  • WTP aims to work in partnership to deliver cross-sector training to improve partnership, networking, sharing expertise and develop the public sector workforce for the benefit of the VCS and the statutory sector
  • WTP aims to improve the quality of life of all local residents, by supporting the VCS and the public sector to provide effective activities and services; particularly in, with and to, the most disadvantaged and / or those facing discrimination, so as to bring about social, cultural, economic and environmental improvement.

Objectives 1 to 12: … (full text).

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