Trustee Leadership Programme London, Autumn 2019

30 October 2019 to 4 December 2019

Sign up today to develop your leadership skills and strengthen UK charities.

Created and delivered by social enterprise Cause4 in partnership with Close Brothers Asset Management and the Clothworkers’ Company, this acclaimed Trustee course will give potential Trustees the skills and confidence that they need to join a charity as a board member. 

For existing Trustees the programme will provide a refresher on essential elements of Trusteeship and ensure that participants are up to date with any new legislation.

An enriching career development opportunity offered over five evenings, the course covers the key regulatory issues.

As part of our unique Trustee matching service, participants will meet charities looking for Trustees and there will be an opportunity to receive accreditation from the Institute of Leadership Management.

Participants will also receive first-hand insights from senior charity experts and there will be time for Q&A and networking.
 

COURSE DATES AUTUMN 2019:

Wednesday 30 October - Module 1: Overview of the Charity Sector and the Importance of Trustees

Wednesday 6 November - Module 2: Governance & Strategic Planning

Thursday 14 November - Module 3: Introduction to Fundraising

Thursday 28 November - Module 4: Financial Management

Wednesday 4 December - Charity Trustee Matching Event. Meet Charity Leaders seeking new Trustees.

 

DETAILS:

Seminars start at 6.30pm and end at around 8.00pm, leaving time for networking drinks.

Nearest tubes: Liverpool Street and Moorgate.

Location: Close Brothers Group plc, 10 Crown Place, London, EC2A 4FT

Tickets cost £135 + VAT, processing and banking fees.

If you have any other questions, please email trusteeleadership@cause4.co.uk.

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