This event is now over and took place on Thu 14 Jul 2011



Event Summary

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Following the success of the event held in March, Trustees Unlimited, in association with Trustee Works, are delighted to be running another training event for people interested in becoming trustees.

Drawing on the experience of NCVO, Trustees Unlimited and Trustee Works, the event will cover three key areas:

- An introduction to the Civil Society Sector

- An overview of the role and responsibilities of being a trustee/non executive

- Tips on how best to secure a role.

Agenda

5.15 – Intro

5.25 – Karl Wilding, Head of Policy, Research & Foresight

5.35 – Anne Moynihan, Trustee & Governance Consultant

5.55 – Sarah King. Trustee Works6.00 – Ian Joseph, Trustees Unlimited

6.20 – 7.00 – Q & A

7.00 – Networking (drinks & canapés)

7.50 – End

This is an interesting time for the Civil Society Sector with many Not for Profits facing financial pressures whilst simultaneously recording an increase in demand for their services. The sector is being tested in extraordinary ways and the need for good governance has never been more acute. If the Big Society is to become a reality, it is vital that organisations have the very best trustees in place.

For more information, please contact chris.taylor@ncvo-vol.org.uk or phone Sue Beckett on 0207 520 3153. Space is limited to 100 people and the cost will be £35 which includes canapés and drinks.

Venue

The Centre for Strategy and Communication

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