Our annual training course for charity trustees has got off to a fantastic start with the first full day event “what every trustee should know” which took place last week.
The series is run in conjunction with law firm Farrer & Co and investment managers CCLA. This year looks to be one of the most successful yet as the series is going from strength to strength, growing its strong reputation as relevant and practical training for trustees.
The sessions have been designed to cover a wide range of issues that cover the various aspects of a trustees role. Understanding charity accounts, law, governance, property, investments and employees are all covered under the various sessions in comprehensive half day sessions. Our full day sessions “what every trustee should know” provide a great basis for the duties and responsibilities of trustees. The take up so far tells us that the session have been pitched at a level whereby new trustees are attending to increase their knowledge and trustees who have been in their role for a period of time are attending and are using the sessions as ‘refreshers.’
Taking place at the respective offices, the sessions are filling up faster than ever and we are also seeing a number of repeat bookings which is a real testament to the event series and its organisation.
There are still places left. Book yours now!
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