OnBoard presents: Re-Run – Duties of Charity Trustees

Duties of Charity Trustees will examine in depth the role and responsibilities of a charity trustee. The session will clarify what is required of boards and trustees, outline the legal obligations, examine the roles within a board, and impart the principles behind good governance. Duties of Charity Trustees is a focused, informative seminar that will demystify trusteeship in a clear and concise format.

Dates & Times

September 15, 2011 @ 12:00 am

The session is led by Lindsay Driscoll, a former Legal Comissioner of the Charity Commission with over 30 years' experience in charity law and governance. Lindsay is a co-author of the popular Bates Wells & Braithwaite publication that gave rise to this event: Duties of Charity Trustees (click to view).

What delegates said about Duties of Charity Trustees, November 2010:

"Very informative - new areas of learning in a woolly and exacting world"

"Very useful as I am a new trustee, and also in my working life as a manager involved with charities"

For more information or to book please contact Karen Collins on 020 7551 7724 or email [email protected], quoting reference "Duties of Charity Trustees".Alternatively, please follow the link below to book a place.

Cancellation Policy
If you are not able to attend the event, a substitute can be sent in your place at no extra charge.
We will accept a cancellation up to 3 weeks (21 days) before the event date and you will have a full refund.
A cancellation within 21days – 7 days of an event, will incur an administration fee of £25.
Fees for cancellations within 7 days of the event are non refundable.
* Please note that an invoice will still be issued if you do not attend on the event