Good governance enables organisations to make the best use of their resources. Are your Trustees well-placed to make the most of the opportunities that come your way?
The Wales Audit Office, the Charity Commission and Good Practice Wales held this free interactive seminar that brings together the most up-to-date practices from across Wales and beyond. By the end of the seminar, delegates were able to select from and adapt approaches to suit their own governance needs, enabling them to achieve more with less.
You can watch the presenters discussing their contributions [Opens in new window] to the seminar.
The seminar was aimed at Welsh public and third sector:
- Non-executive board members
- Others with responsibility for governance
The seminar consisted of two showcase sessions:
Presentation by Wales Audit Office - Anthony Barrett and WCVA - Anna Lewis
Lessons Learnt: Reflections on recent reports
Presentation by Arts Council of Wales - Hywel Tudor [PDF 269KB Opens in new window]
The New Grants Culture: Expectations on Trustees
And a choice of attending two of the following workshops:
Workshop by Charity Finance Group - Helen Saxton and Frank Learner [PDF 238KB Opens in new window]
Workshop by Charity Commission - Tim Reese and Rosie Stokes / Nia Morgan and Nia Jones
It's your decision: charity trustees and decision making
Workshop by WomenCount - Norma Jarboe [PDF 119KB Opens in new window]
Recruiting diverse trustees
When and where
Wednesday 6 November 2013, 0900 - 1300,
Wales Audit Office, 24 Cathedral Road, Cardiff, CF11 9LJ.
Wednesday 22 January 2014, 0900 - 1300,
Glasdir, Plas yn Dre, Llanrwst, LL26 0DF