Governance, Scrutiny & Challenge for the Voluntary Sector – 01 May 19

There is a formal regulatory framework that applies to the Voluntary Sector. As community groups and voluntary sector organisations develop, they need to understand the requirements to comply. At the same time, effective governance may improve the overall performance of the organisation, and certain elements may be a prerequisite to seeking external funding or to delivery of services.
Date Time Location
01/05/2019 09:30 - 16:00 Wessex Community Action
Unit 6 Paxton Business Centre
Whittle Road, Churchfields
Salisbury SP2 7YR
Trainer Name: Jerry Herbert
Price: £70.00pp
Who The Course Is Aimed At:
Senior Managers and Board Members of small and medium sized charities and those that are continuing to develop.
What The Course Will Cover:
This session will consider the governance structures that may be appropriate, the skills and experience that Trustees might bring, and how they can be most effective in providing constructive oversight to the organisation. It will include discussion of the balance between responsibility and accountability in organisations, and how this can be applied to individual organisations.
Outcomes:
 Understand the outline regulatory framework that applies to voluntary sector organisations  Identify the roles and responsibilities of Trustees  How can Boards of Trustees provide suitable oversight and governance  What are the principles behind scrutiny and challenge and how might my organisation seek to improve?