Events and Training
Wiltshire Money arranges events and training opportunities for our members throughout the year, including the popular Wiltshire Money Quarterly Forums. We host resources from our Forums, Focus Forums and training opportunities for our members to access. You can also see all of our previous events at a glance in our combined events and training archive.
Upcoming Events and Training Opportunities:
|Qtr. 4 2023-24
|Help to Pay Rent
|Furniture Poverty (furniture, flooring, curtains, carpets and white goods)
|Qtr. 1 2024-25
|Community Organisations and Supporting People with Affordable Energy
|Q1 2024-25 Wiltshire Money Forum
|Qtr. 2 2024-25
*Free places are available for eligible organisations (funded by Wiltshire Community Foundation).
The Wiltshire Money Forums are held quarterly throughout the year and usually take place online. The Wiltshire Money Forums bring together a variety of speakers from local, regional and national organisations to present on topics relevant to financial inclusion. They provide a valuable opportunity for Wiltshire Money members to ask questions and discuss current issues affecting their customers, clients and service users.
The Wiltshire Money Focus Forums have been developed to complement the quarterly Wiltshire Money Forums. The Focus Forums provide an opportunity for an in-depth look at a specific issue, whereas the quarterly Wiltshire Money Forums have broad themes with a variety of speakers and are, therefore, relatively general. The Focus Forums are primarily, but not exclusively, aimed at supporting advisers, practitioners, caseworkers and others who are engaging with people affected by the issue under discussion.
Wiltshire Money commissions training opportunities on behalf of our members. We offer a combination of free and discounted training sessions throughout the year. Training is delivered by our partners, including the Citizens Advice Wiltshire Training Team, the Surrey Welfare Rights Unit, the Child Poverty Action Group, the Benefits Training Company, and the Welfare Benefits Unit. Please see the Wiltshire Money Training Cancellation and Substitution Policy.