Events, training and support

Helping trustees and senior managers to fulfil their obligations and maintain an awareness of best practice is an important part of our service. We will help you to navigate the increasingly complex issues you have to manage today.

Each year, we provide complimentary training designed to help charity trustees feel confident in their role. We also produce white papers to give thought leadership on key investment strategy issues.

You have the opportunity to join us at one of our regular Conversations about topics every charity should be discussing, as well as our Charity Symposium, which is attended by more than 150 charities and their trustees.

We also look forward to meeting you at the various events we host on behalf of the community throughout the year.

Training for charity trustees and senior finance staff – Winchester

7 Nov 2019 - 10:15 to 13:30
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Our training is designed to give you useful knowledge as well as the opportunity to share experiences, challenges and ideas with other trustees and finance staff. Our speakers will focus on the following topics. Responsible capitalism – reconnecting with the past to secure its future - Archie…
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Training for charity trustees and senior finance staff - Edinburgh

20 Nov 2019 - 10:15 to 14:00
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With the theme of governance, our training is designed to give you useful knowledge as well as the opportunity to share experiences, challenges and ideas with other trustees and finance staff. Our speakers will focus on the following topics. A practical guide to CC14 - Fiona Gillespie, Head of…
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Training for charity trustees and senior finance staff - Glasgow

21 Nov 2019 - 10:15 to 14:00
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With the theme of governance, our training is designed to give you useful knowledge as well as the opportunity to share experiences, challenges and ideas with other trustees and finance staff. Our speakers will focus on the following topics. A practical guide to CC14 - Fiona Gillespite, Head of…
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