WeNet: more skills for networking is a free training project aimed at non-profit organisations serving people with special needs in Piedmont and Aosta Valley.
The aim of the initiative is to help organisations develop individual and organisational skills and strengthen their capacity to take advantage of the benefits that come from creating structured territorial networks, thus qualifying the effectiveness of economic investments in the Third Sector.
The project is carried out in partnership with “Consulta per le Persone in Difficoltà” (Council for People in Difficulty), with which Fondazione CRT has enjoyed a fruitful collaboration since its first edition and which has been working for over thirty years to protect the rights of people with special needs in a perspective of autonomy, equal opportunities and inclusion.
The WeNet project underlines the role of Fondazione CRT as a “development agent” and knowledge aggregator at the service of the local area.
In addition to the logic of granting funding, Fondazione CRT today also focuses on the quality and improvement of processes in favour of innovation and the growth of the social fabric, also carrying out a fundamental action to create structured networks in the reference area.
WeNet proposes: the basic course Kick Off subsequent in-depth workshops on specific topics. The project’s courses are completely free of charge.