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If you are interested in what makes a good working relationship between trustees and staff then NCVO's trustee training course is ideal for you.
This course draws on NCVO's cutting-edge thinking that has been developed from our governance work with a range of charities over many years, to ensure that your trustees and staff relationships go from strength to strength. This course aims to help trustees make an effective contribution to the governance of their organisation.
By the end of the course you will:
understand what governance and trusteeship are
know who the trustees are and what they do
understand the personal liabilities of trustees and the protection available
be able to identify good governance
have examined the people dynamic. What makes a good trustee? How a board works as a team?
have considered delegation and building an effective relationship between the board and chief executive.
Who should attend?
Those new to governance and trusteeship. This course could also form part of an induction for a new trustee, or a refresher session for existing trustees and senior staff.
Previous attendees have said:
'Invaluable training for a new trustee.'
'Excellent content and pacing of the session. Good balance between group work and learning.'
'A really helpful day on the basics/fundamentals of being a trustee.'
'Worthwhile day with much new information which will be useful.'
'I found the course informative and grounding at the beginning of my trustee role.'
Can't make this date?
The next course will run in London on the 14 September.. We will be running this course in Bristol on the 5 October.
If you have any questions, please email [email protected] or call 020 7520 2587
Would you like to run this training for your organisation?
We offer bespoke and in-house training on a range of topics, including governance and leadership, sustainable funding and strategy development. For more information please complete our online contact form.
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