“Roles and Responsibilities of Trustees” training 30th Jan 2015

If you are a new Trustee recently joined a Charity board, then depending upon your induction, you may still have a lot of unanswered questions.

The same may apply if you’re still thinking about becoming a Trustee for the first time, or even if you’ve been in the role for a while you may still have questions as to what this role of Trustee really involves.

VANEL can help.  We’re repeating our “Roles and Responsibilities of Trustees” training session on 30th January 2015 after the success of our session run during National Trustees’ week in November.

The two hour training course will help Trustees learn:
what they must do
what they should do
what they could do
how to behave
how to be useful to the organisation
how to learn and develop themselves and gain from trusteeship
how to get support
how to work as an individual trustee but also as part of the team
and more…

We’ll take a look at:
Trusteeship – an opportunity and a responsibility
The legal trustee
The principled trustee
The purposeful trustee
The well behaved trustee
The skilled trustee
The effective trustee
The supported trustee

So if you would like to quickly learn much more about this role as a Trustee, come along to this course.

Practicalities

Friday 30th January 2015
10am – 12noon
at West Marsh Community Centre in Grimsby

The cost of this session is currently being kept very low – £5 per person for Member or Friend organisations or £10 for individuals from other organisations.

Space can be very limited, so we may need to restrict to a maximum of three attendees per organisation.

To book a place or to discuss this further, please contact Karl Elliott at VANEL via 01472 235311 or preferably email karl@vanel.org.uk.

[ We are also able to deliver this course directly to your whole board of Trustees.  This is chargeable but if you are interested please contact Karl to discuss. ]