The Trustee Leadership Programme returns to Bristol

17th April, 2018

Following on from its most successful year yet, the Trustee Leadership Programme will continue to grow in 2018, returning to Bristol for the second time, on the 24th of May.

“10/10 because there is not a 10+!”

Cristiane S, ViiV Healthcare

The programme, created in partnership with Close brothers Asset Management and the Clothworkers’ Company, covers key regulatory issues for Trustees and their responsibilities, also includes a networking event with charities seeking Trustees.

It is appropriate both for individuals seeking to become Trustees for the first time, as it will give potential Trustees the skills and confidence required to join a charity as a board member, as well as experienced Trustees, as the course provides a refresher on essential elements of Trusteeship and ensure that participants are up to date with any new legislation. For those seeking professional accreditation, it will be possible to receive it from the Institute of Leadership Management.

“I feel much more confident about taking on a Trustee role now,”

Rebecca P, Wards Solicitors

Please follow this link for more information, and to sign up, and email us here should you have any questions. We look forward to welcoming you on our Programme, and training you to become part of the next generation of British Trustees!

 “I think what you’re doing is brilliant so the more we can put out there to encourage more people to come forward the better”

Tim H, Close Brothers

“Creekside Education Trust was very impressed by the calibre of the potential Trustees – obviously the Trustee training run by Cause4 is very effective and useful for all! ”

Sophie A, Charity Representative of Creekside Education Trust

“Cause4 is an excellent organisation, well connected and clear in its ability to shape and advise. They offer challenge, and will steer stakeholders with diplomacy while holding a clear line on what will move the organisation towards its goals.”

Simon Larter-Evans, Headmaster, St Paul’s Cathedral School