Supporting and representing voluntary and community organisations across Northern Ireland.
NICVA recently met with the Head of the Civil Service and the Permanent Secretaries of all the Departments. The outcome is that departments will continue to fund voluntary and community organisations that they have a funding relationship with, for 3 months, in the absence of an agreed NI Budget.
NICVA are inviting each of the departmental leads on Brexit along to hear your concerns regarding the potential policy impacts Brexit will have on your organisation.
The national minimum wage and national living wage rates increased on 1 April 2017. Find the new rates here.
The key 2017 conference for senior leaders and trustees in the voluntary and community sector on data protection and the pending General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
If you are interested in building your confidence in making professional presentations and if nerves are an issue for you then this is the course for you. The content is tailored to you and your skill level and we have made 8 places available only which gives you the opportunity to practice your skills. Institute of Leadership and management (ILM) unit accreditation is available for this course.
Risk management is an important tool in ensuring the efficient and successful operation of voluntary and community organisations, regardless of their size or nature. This training offers participants a better understanding of risk management and the tools to help implement it effectively within your organisation.