Half day course, AM, 22nd February, London
Charity trustees are responsible for ensuring that risks to the charity are regularly reviewed and that they focus their attention on taking actions to address the most serious risks to the charity. As a delegated role, senior staff (or those working directly to deliver services) should regularly review and assess the risks faced by their charity in all areas of its work and plan for the management of those risks. Risk is an everyday part of charitable activity and managing it effectively is essential if the charity is to achieve its key objectives and ensure the funds and assets are safeguarded.
Aimed at Trustees, CEOs and charity managers
This half-day workshop will cover the following areas:
- What is risk?
- Why is risk management important?
- Charity risk scenarios
- How to manage risk
- The Board’s statutory/legal role in managing risk
- The Charity Staff role in managing risk
- The Charity Risk Management Statement
- Useful Sources of Information
Trainer: Janine Edwards
Venue: Amnesty International UK, Human Rights Action Centre, 17-25 New Inn Yard, London EC2A 3EA
Date: Wednesday 22nd February 2017
Time: 10.00am – 1.00pm (registration from 9.30am). Please click here to view the course Trustee Role in Strategy in the afternoon.
Cost: Full Day Training Courses: have an average market value of £300 but are delivered to our members for £15, to secure a place you will be required to pay a £50 deposit but on attendance and after completing the full day training course £35 will be refunded to you. Retained fees contribute to booking, administration and material costs. Deposits will not be returned in cases of partial attendance.
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