This free session is aimed at anyone who is considering becoming a Trustee for a charity or community group or new Trustees who would like to learn more. This session will provide an overview of the roles and responsibilities of a trustee of a small group or charity.

Zoom Webinar - Thursday 18th June 2020 - 10:00am - 11:30am
During this course you will have the opportunity to understand the different ways that a trustee can contribute to the organisation and the importance of the role in the governance of the charity.

 

Who's it for?

Anyone who is either new to being a trustee, thinking of becoming a trustee or would like to further update their knowledge about what trusteeship means.

 

Outcomes for Learners:

  • An overview of the responsibilities of a trustee
  • An opportunity to understand the different ways that a trustee can contribute to their organisation
  • The importance of their role in the governance of the organisation
  • An understanding of ways to develop their trustee board

This course links into the Governance section of the GRIPP Checklist.

The course will be delivered by a Development Officer at CVS Cheshire East. 

If there are any queries about this or any other training course please contact the Development Team on 01270 763100 or email: enquiries@cvsce.org.uk 

Safeguarding our Learners: CVS Cheshire East is committed to safeguarding all vulnerable adults. We take any disclosure seriously and wish to create a safe environment for our learners. If anyone has any concerns or issues then please raise these with the tutor or alternatively you can contact our Chief Officer on 07792 754904.

Book on to the training below; you will then be sent a Zoom link closer to the meeting date.

When
18th June, 2020 10:00 AM   through   11:30 AM
Location
Zoom Meeting - Webinar
Contact
Phone: 01270 763100  ext. 01270763100
Email:

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