Trustee Roles and Responsibilities - evening session

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A workshop specifically for trustees from city of Manchester voluntary community sector organisation - what you need and what you should know.

This session is developed and delivered by members of the capacity building team at Macc and we encourage trustees only to book onto this training.

Learning Objective:

To ensure that Trustees are well informed about their legal responsibilities and have a good sense of appropriate job roles and boundaries.

By the end of the session learners will:

  • Have an increased knowledge of what a charity is and the role and responsibilities associated with being a trustee
  • Be aware of potential liabilities and how to guard against them
  • Understand the responsibilities and duties associated with a legal structure
  • Have explored the need for trustees to understand their responsibilities with finance
  • Understand the responsibilities of trustees as employers: staff and volunteer roles and boundaries

Due to the limited number of places available for this session a maximum of two trustees per organisation only – if you would like to register for more places or enquire about this session to be delivered in- house please contact Manchester Community Central.

Email training@mcrcommunitycentral.org or Tel: 0333 321 3021

If you would like to take advantage of the Macc membership discount and become a member please visit: www.macc.org.uk/membership

13th February, 2018 6:00 PM   to   8:15 PM
Macc, 3rd Floor
Swan Buildings
20 Swan Street
Manchester, M4 5JW
Phone: 0333 321 3021
Email:
Macc member organisation £ 10.00
Any other third sector non-member and statutory / public / private £ 30.00

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