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Course Detail

Date

30/01/2019

Course Name

Trustee Roles and Responsibilities

District

Watford

Start Time

10.00, 9.45 Registration

End Time

16.00

Training Types

Trustee and Governance

Who the course is for

The course will be suitable for anyone who is a new or potential trustee wishing to understand the roles and responsibilities required for the different roles on a Board.

For existing trustees this would also be a worthwhile refresher session to ensure understanding of current legislation. 
“A really useful course that provided me with the knowledge/responsibilities in order to take on the role of Trustee.”
“As a prospective Trustee with treasurer responsibilities the information supplied of wider considerations has been invaluable.”
"I will participate more, this course has enabled me to become a more effective trustee.”

Course content

This one day course will look at:

  • Different types of organisations
  • Expectations of trustees of any charity
  • Overview of legal responsibilities
  • Trustee Roles
  • Skills and Qualities of a Trustee
  • The Charity Governance Code

Learning outcomes

Participants completing this course will:

  • Understand the different types of voluntary organisations
  • Be aware of the changing roles of trustee boards and the requirements of individual trustees
  • Know about the key legal requirements
  • Understand the roles of the Chair, Treasurer and other trustee functions
  • Understand how to have effective meetings

Trainer

Sue Pearlman

Trainer background

Sue has over 30 years’ experience in the voluntary sector. She has been a volunteer, a staff member and a CEO before starting her own consultancy where she specialises in governance and senior management issues. She has been, and continues to be a trustee of several different charities.

Cost

£35 VCS – CVS members
£45 VCS - non members
£90 private/statutory

Booking Contact

Please, click here to book your place
Booking contact:
huwaydahmalik@w3rt.org
01923 216965