Date(s) - 12th Mar
10:00 am - 4:15 pm
St John's Church
This one-day course is designed for those thinking about becoming a trustee and for new and existing trustees who could benefit from some formal training around their roles, particularly identifying trustee responsibilities and liabilities. It can also be a good way to refresh your knowledge if you are already a trustee. This training has been arranged by Tandridge Voluntary Action.
- Define the legal status of Trustees
- Recognise ways to reduce associated risks and potential legal challenges
- Develop good practice specific to your organisation
Establish who can and who can’t be a trustee, summarise trustee roles, responsibilities and liabilities
- Identify the 3 strands of governance
- Review your role and responsibility for good financial management
- What is a trustee?
- Who can be a trustee?
- Roles, responsibilities and liabilities
- Governing without managing
- Corporate / fiduciary
- Relationship with chair and chief executive
- Understanding finance
Course Tutor – Matthew Plumridge
The course will be run by Matthew Plumridge who has worked in the not-for-profit and charitable sector for over 25 years in roles such as volunteer co-ordinator, project manager and Board member working with small, medium and large UK and international charities. He is a former Trustee of Volunteering England.
Course Duration: 10am to 4:15 pm including breaks and 45 minutes for lunch which will be provided.
Cost: There is a £55 charge for this training (with deductions for TVA members).
To book please go to the Tandridge Voluntary Action Website here