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Facilities management training - August 2018

We are pleased to announce that we will be running our popular facilities management training course this coming August.

For those already managing assets, or those who are aspiring to, FM training is invaluable for understanding the standards, protocols and legal requirements of buildings management and maintenance.

We are delighted that Beth Goodyear, an associate of BIFM/Quadrilect Training, will be course facilitator once again. Beth is skilled in bringing to life the fundamentals of health and safety, energy, contract management and much more.

Register now for Creating Resilient Economies events - Dungannnon & Belfast

DTNI is currently developing a Community Charter, outlining what needs to be done to create more resilient local economies across NI.

Bangor Court House Transfer Completed

Listen Up! Ardoyne Youth Survey

DTNI members Ardoyne Youth Enterprise (AYE) do sterling work in the north of the city and their most recent project is the Listen Up! Ardoyne Youth Survey launched at an event at the Houben Centre in north Belfast.

Ardoyne youth survey

Co-operative Alternatives seminar: Can Do Will Do Must Do

 

DTNI member Co-Operative Alternatives is the only local advocate and supporter for co-operatives and is working harder than ever to spotlight and promote the local co-operative movement. Co-operatives have the potential to provide solutions and models for the societal challenges of our times and are an important part of the Northern Ireland economy.

Save Bangor Courthouse

Pictured above is Bangor courthouse, a superb example of Victorian architecture, listed building and seafront landmark. It has been closed for the last five years and is slowly but surely falling into a state of disrepair.

Locality '17

Locality is one of DTNI's sister organisations (along with Development Trusts Association Scotland and DTA Wales) dedicated to developing a network of community organisations throughout England and building strong local economies there. DTNI recently brought a delegation to its annual convention in Manchester to find out what the latest community innovations are there and how we could apply that learning back home.

locality 17

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