Webteam: December 2019
GOVERNANCE FOR MISSION Training
The main focus will be highlighting the roles and responsibilities of being a managing trustee of a Church, Circuit, District or Charity. In addition, through case studies, we will be discussing what the consequences are when things go wrong and how to avoid them in the first place.
What is it? These are introductory sessions, each one similar, providing reflections on 'good' governance and 'not so good' governance.
Who is it for? It is a MUST for members of Church Council, Circuit Meetings and District Council and for anyone who is a Managing Trustee of a Charity.
When and where is it going to happen?
10 am, Saturday, 15th February at Alderley Edge Methodist Church, Chapel Rd, Alderley Edge SK9 7DU
The session will be limited to 25 people so please book early to avoid being disappointed. Further, more advanced, sessions will be available concentrating on buildings, risk assessments and Trustee induction, handbook and reporting, on request.
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