If you want to become more effective and help your organisation to get even better at what it does, then this event is for you!
In this workshop we will explore how trustees work with paid staff, volunteers, service users, members and other stakeholders to make sure your organisation is run effectively and meets the needs for which it was set up.
This event will give a good overview of the roles and responsibilities of committee members of charitable organisations.
Who should attend ?
This workshop is designed for charity trustees, chief execs, directors and key decision makers.
What will you learn ?
By the end of the course you will:
- Understand the term ‘Governance’ and the key principles of good governance
- Understand the terms ‘trustee, director and management committee’
- Have a basic understanding of voluntary and community sector legal structures
- Know the barriers to ensuring good governance
- Know how to improve governance
- Understand trustee duties and responsibilities
You will leave the workshop with practical tools to help increase the effectiveness of your group.
This will also be an opportunity to network with other trustees.
This training will be delivered by Mark Hopley, Head of Community and Volunteer Support at Community First Yorkshire. Mark is a qualified trainer and has extensive experience of supporting charities to work through governance issues.
‘Extremely informative. Well presented.’ – Previous training participant.
How to book
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If you have any questions about booking or invoicing please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 01904 704 177.
Attendees can receive refunds for cancellations up to 7 days before the event date
This event is free to organisations in North Yorkshire with an income of up to £5k thanks to funding from North Yorkshire County Council.
Places for other organisations are £24 each (£20 +VAT).
If you are a small organisation that would struggle to attend this training a small number of bursary places may be available, please contact email@example.com or 01904 704 177 to discuss this further.