Trustee Induction Training, Thursday 4 November 2021

Whether you are new to your trustee role or looking for a refresher, join us and fellow trustees from across our areas to improve your knowledge around being a trustee and what good governance looks like. The session will cover the basics you need to know, plus some of the usual challenges/myths and top tips for being an effective trustee.

When you register, there is the option to send us any particular questions/concerns or areas you specifically want the trainer to focus on during the session. Along with the programme, we will send you some questions to think about in advance.

By the end of the session, participants will have:

  • an understanding of the roles and responsibilities of trustees
  • considered how they can make an effective contribution to their organisation’s governance
  • identified further areas for development in their governance role

We are expecting this course to be popular and will aim to run the same session again later in the year if it goes well. Places are limited to 2 per organisation.

Date: Thursday 4 November, 18.00-20.30pm


Organisations Annual Income Members Non-members*
Under £250,000 £25 £30
Over £250,000 £40 £45

* Organisations who are not members of ours, but who are a charity or community group operating in in Adur, Worthing, Brighton or Hove.

Bursary places are available to groups with an income of less than £35,000 per year.

Venue: this live, interactive session will run online via Zoom

Book: via eventbrite

Trainer: Sally Polanski has worked as a senior manager in the charity sector for over 20 years and has extensive experience of business and strategic planning, organisational development and multi-agency partnership working.  She trains trustees in developing effective governance and facilitates leadership awaydays and strategic planning processes for local and national charities.

See our training terms and conditions for more information.

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