A one-day introduction to key principles and practice in governance for the charity sector
Duration: Full day CPD: 6 hours
This essential charity governance course provides delegates with an understanding of key governance debates and principles as they apply to the charity sector, and offers practical advice on compliance and best practice.
It explores the key governance frameworks and regulation, putting the development of governance into context and examining in detail the Good Governance code for the voluntary and community sectors. Key areas covered in the course include board appointments, effectiveness, induction, and decision-making; governance structures; internal controls and risk management; the governance aspects of accountability to stakeholders; managing volunteers; and obtaining buy-in from trustees.
Who is this course for?
Charity secretarial and compliance staff, trustees and others looking for an introduction to governance in the sector
What will you get out of it?
To find out more, call 020 7612 7034 or contact us
|09.00||Registration & tea/coffee|
|09.30||Charity governance: the background
What is corporate governance, and how does it apply to charities?
The history of corporate governance
Governance principles and approaches
Good Governance: a Code for the Voluntary and Community Sector
Control and risk management
Next steps and governance reviews
Kirsty is a Chartered Secretary in Public Practice and director of Semple Associates Ltd, formed in 2001. Specialising in corporate governance and compliance, she has provided consultancy, training and support to the boards of a number of voluntary sector organisations for ten years.
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£490 + VAT (Charity sector)
£550 + VAT (Non-sector)
We can deliver our training courses within your organisation, allowing you to tailor the content to meet your particular needs.
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