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- Participants must attend the What Are my Outcomes workshop or have a strong understanding of outcomes before attending any of the other workshops in our Core Course Programme. Please contact us if you unsure whether a course will be suitable for you.
- Priority will be given to staff or committee members of voluntary organisations.
- Our courses are not designed for public sector staff. However, if you are delivering front-line services or supporting a community based service we may be able to accept you if we have places. Please contact us to discuss if our training is suitable for you.
- Venues will be confirmed on booking. They are accessible and public transport is nearby.
- Courses will only run if we have a minimum of 6 participants booked.
- Maximum numbers per course: 14
- If Evaluation Support Scotland has to cancel a course the participant will be offered an alternative date or given a full refund.
- If a participant cancels their booking up to 10 working days before the course they will not be charged. If they cancel their booking after that date or do not turn up for the course they will be charged in full.
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