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Charity specialists offer free trustee training in Watton 

A free training session to take trustees through their legal accountabilities and to answer questions will be held at Watton Pentecostal Church in February run by Advice For The Voluntary Sector, a support and advice organisation for charities and churches.

On Saturday, February 8, 10am-1pm a free training event will be held at Watton Pentecostal Church to give trustees of churches and small charities an up-to-date overview of their legal accountabilities.

The training will be run by a member of the AFVS (Advice for the Voluntary Sector) team, a support organisation with a mission to keep churches and charities safe and compliant. The trainers have strong charity backgrounds and are equipped to answer your questions.

The course will cover:

  • Governance
  • Managing Risk
  • Roles & Responsibilities
  • Effective Board Meetings
  • Policies
  • The Charity Commission
There is a maximum of two free tickets per organisation for the training. 

Andy Strajnic, Lead Trainer and Charity Specialist for AFVS said: “In today’s climate it’s more important than ever to invest in good governance and up to date training. With thanks to The National Lottery, we have been awarded a grant to enable us to provide some free training to small charities with an annual income of under £150k”

For larger charities, with an annual income of more than £150k there is a charge of £90 for the session. 

To book a place please register online at Eventbrite.

Watton Pentecostal Church, Dereham Road, Watton, IP25 6ER

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