Good governance and charity regulation seminar - Hybrid Event **REGISTRATION CLOSED**

Registration closed
9 November 2022 -
1:45pm to 3:15pm

Specially for Trustees' week, this seminar will focus on good governance in voluntary led organisations as well as a reminder of the key regulatory requirements for charities.

The Developing Governance Group will explain how the Code of Good Governance can be used to help board members achieve a greater understanding of what is expected of them in their governance role.  They will also demonstrate how the recently revised Governance Health Check and DIYcommitteeguide can be used to help implement better governance practice in their organisations.   

The Charity Commission will present changes that are being made to the annual monitoring return and online registration application as well as giving an overview of where it is at present with regard to its powers and decisions which staff are permitted to make.   The Commission will be reminding charities about the requirements to register and report serious incidents to it as well as highlighting what is new on the horizon for charity regulation.  

Presenters

Developing Governance Group will be represented by Murray Watt, Community Development Officer, Supporting Communities NI; Denise Hayward, CEO Volunteer Now and Denise Copeland, Governance and Charity Advice Manager, NICVA.  

Frances McCandless, CEO of the Charity Commission for Northern Ireland will present on behalf of the Charity Commission.  

Attending in person or online?

The Developing Governance Group and Charity Commission would like to meet you in person at this event but understand that this is not always feasible for everyone so there is the opportunity to attend the event online also.  

Please be very clear when you are registering to state whether you want to attend in person or online as lunch is being provided at 1.15 PM and it is important to us that food and money is not wasted. 

Further similar seminars have been arranged for youth, age, faith, sport and early years organisations, click here for more information  Good governance and charity regulation update seminars .

                                                           

 

                  

Cancellation Policy

Please be aware that you may be charged if you don't attend an event you have registered for—even in the case of free to access events. Full details on NICVA cancellation policy