The Role of the Charity Secretary
A one-day introduction to the unique responsibilities of the charity secretary.
Charity secretaries serve a critical role – but it is easy for newcomers to feel overwhelmed. Trustees. Regulators. Beneficiaries. Each generates their own needs and requirements.
But you are not alone. Kirsty Semple is a Chartered Secretary who has worked with charities for more than ten years. Start on the right foot (or refresh your knowledge) with this concise, practical course.
By the end of the day you will have:
- The confidence to undertake the core duties of the charity secretary
- Insight into the relationship with trustees, regulators and beneficiaries
- A concise overview of the Charities Act 2006, the Companies Act 2006 and the legal requirements of public benefit
- Advice on practical skills like meetings and decision making (see Full Programme)
Suitability - Who should attend?
Anyone who is new to or looking to step into the role of charity secretary, or is otherwise managing the charity's compliance work
Outcome / Qualification etc.
You will also receive:
- A Delegate Pack containing notes and presentation slides
- An ICSA Certificate to show you have attended the course
- 6 months complimentary professional subscription of ICSA (see below)
- 6 hours credit towards your Continuing Professional Development (CPD)
- Charity sector £490.00 +VAT
- Non-charity sector £550.00 +VAT
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