CCVS – Training & Support

We still have a few places left on our;
Duties of Trustees: understanding the basics course this Thursday (May 25) in March.
This half day event has been specifically designed for community group trustees who are new to the role, or who have been trustees for some time, but would benefit from revising some of the key trustee roles and responsibilities.

25 May 9:30 – 12:30 at March Town Hall, Market Square,
March PE15 9JF
This course will provide trustees with an overview of their role and responsibilities including:
What Public Benefit means and how that makes an organisation charitable
• Roles and Responsibilities of Trustees
• Safeguarding the charity’s values, aims and objectives
• How Trustees should manage the strategic decision making such as
budgets, finance and policies

You can find out more and book your place here
or call us on 01223 464696

You may also be interested in our brand new course:
Storytelling for Impact June 6 1:30 – 15:45 at the Meadows Community Centre, 1 Saint Catharine’s Road, Cambridge, CB4 3XJ

Your charity’s stories are your lifeblood. They are the glue that bind your supporters to your cause and move other people to get involved. Told well, they can help you win partnerships, sponsors, fundraisers, ambassadors and patrons.
Come and learn the craft of good charity storytelling. Learn how to identify your heroes, and tell the tales of the challenges they overcome and how you help them to do this. Come away with content to get you started from this interactive, practical masterclass. Bring your smart phone as this session will use images, sound and video – not just words.
The trainer for this event is Natasha Roe from Red Pencil
Find out more and book your place here.

If you would like more information about any of our training or our other services for voluntary groups please call us on 01223 464696.
Kind regards,
Frances Carter
Office 01223 464696

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