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An Introduction to Knowledge Management

Virtual Training Workshop

Wednesday 28 February 2024 at 11:00-12:30 CET

If you’ve never heard of Knowledge Management, then you’re probably in good company. This relatively less well-known area, especially among not-for-profits, offers a highly useful way to look at the idea of knowledge as an important resource that needs to be properly managed.

Join Yesod Europe’s Programme Director Colin Bulka, for “An Introduction to Knowledge Management” virtual training workshop on Wednesday 28 February 11:00-12:30 CET.

Even a basic understanding of the topic can be of real help to your organization and this workshop will introduce you to some of its key ideas and tools. During the 90-minute workshop, we will explore how to handle different types of knowledge and data, and how to create efficient set of systems. This can help to avoid the key problems and traps that most smaller organisations fall into.

This workshop is free and is aimed at Jewish community professionals in Europe.

Colin Bulka 

Colin was born in London and was a youth and community worker and informal educator there in a variety of settings. Colin made Aliyah to Jerusalem in the 1990s and spent many years running gap year leadership programmes for Zionist youth movement. He returned three times to the UK since making Aliyah for specific roles, including as a Jewish Agency emissary, and as the programme director of JW3, London’s first JCC.

Colin holds an MA in Management of Youth and Community Work and Applied Anthropology and is a graduate of the Jerusalem Fellows Programme at the Mandel School of Educational Leadership.

Colin has been Yesod Europe’s Programme Director and eighteen months ago did his own professional development by taking a Knowledge Management training programme. He found it a really useful tool for thinking about making the work of the organisation more efficient.

Please note that this workshop is now full. However, we are leaving the registration open for people who would like to be on a waiting list in case anyone drops out. It is also possible that we will be running this workshop again in early March so please register if you would like details of that as soon as it is confirmed. To register for this workshop please click here.

Participants are requested to join from a computer rather than a mobile device and to turn on camera mode to fully participate in the workshop, including breakout room discussions. We also advise you to update to the latest version of Zoom in advance.

Priority will be given to Jewish community professionals living and working in Europe.

We will confirm your place within 3 working days.

Please be in touch with us at with any questions.