Book your place at the Hertfordshire Trustee Conference on 27 November 2019

The first ever conference for trustees in Hertfordshire.

We are delighted to be working in partnership with #TeamHerts Volunteering (THV) to arrange this brand new event that will inform and bring together charity trustees in Hertfordshire.

This event is an opportunity for board members and managers to gain a better understanding of the changing landscape and expectations of charity trustees as well as to gain practical guidance with governance issues and common challenges.

Date: Wednesday 27 November 2019
Venue: University of Hertfordshire, de Havilland Campus
Time: Arrival from 2:45 pm and event from 3:15 pm-7:00 pm

The programme will include:
  • A keynote address from Karl Wilding about the Importance of Trustees. Karl is the new Chief Executive of the National Centre of Voluntary Organisations (NCVO) and is an insightful and entertaining speaker.

  • The launch of the latest version of “Building Effective Boards” - published by HCF and #THV to support charities and volunteer-involving organisations to build and develop their trustee boards.

  • A range of speaking with a wealth of knowledge on different aspects of charity governance.

This event is free to attend and open to all individuals who sit on boards or management committees of charitable organisations in Hertfordshire. We welcome trustees, directors, CEOs/senior managers or those thinking of becoming a trustee.

Places at this event will be allocated on a first come first served basis – you may book for up to 4 named delegates per organisation.

Booking is also essential due to parking restrictions. The car park at the venue is on an Automated Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) system and you do run the risk of a fine if you do not give us the correct details at least 24 hours before the event. There is a pay and display facility if required.

CLICK HERE to book your place

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