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Company Law & The Company Secretary - Full Day of Accredited Learning: Dublin - 12 December 2017

Company SecretaryTrainingDublin12Dec2017

This full-day accredited (CPD 4 hours) workshop will provide an essential examination of the ways in which the legal responsibilities and duties of the Company Secretary & Directors have changed under the Companies Act 2014 and the Charites Act 2009. 

To book this workshop (price is €195), go to the bottom of page, opt in or out of the free 6-month membership of the ICSA and click 'Add to Cart'.

Nonprofit Governance from the Ground Up: Galway - 24 October 2017

Governancefrom GroundZeroGalway

An intensive full day training for Irish charities to get their governance practices in order.

Select from the price options at the bottom of page and click 'Add to Cart'.

Members of The Wheel receive reduced rates on events.

Charity Trustees - Board Roles and Responsibilities: Navan - 7 February 2018

Charity Trustee training Navan7Feb2018

This specially timed evening event has been carefully scheduled to provide charity trustees with a thorough understanding and working knowledge of the essential elements of good governance and charity regulation compliance.

To book, go to the bottom of page and click 'Add to Cart'.

Members of The Wheel receive reduced rates on events.

Charity Trustees - Board Roles and Responsibilities: Athlone - 16 November 2017

Charity Trustee training Athlone6Nov2017

This specially timed evening event has been carefully scheduled to provide charity trustees with a thorough understanding and working knowledge of the essential elements of good governance and charity regulation compliance.

To book, go to the bottom of page and click 'Add to Cart'.

Members of The Wheel receive reduced rates on events.

Charity Trustees - Board Roles and Responsibilities: Dublin - 6 December 2017

Charity Trustee training6Dec2017

This specially timed evening event has been carefully scheduled to provide charity trustees with a thorough understanding and working knowledge of the essential elements of good governance and charity regulation compliance.

To book, go to the bottom of page and click 'Add to Cart'.

Members of The Wheel receive reduced rates on events.

Governance & Charity Regulation - a 2-day Survival Guide: Dublin - 28 & 29 November 2017

RegulationResourcesDublin28/29Nov2017

An intensive 2-day training opportunity for Irish charities determined to excel in good governance, income diversification, complying with charity regulation and understanding the requirements of transparency at all times.

This workshop is now fully booked. If you would like to join the waiting list for this workshop please email lauren@wheel.ie 

The Governance Code Boot Camp

Governance Code Boot Camp

The Governance Code Boot Camp Programme has been devised to help Irish non-profits transition to an era of higher regulation and transparency by putting the right training and resources at their fingertips. 

Risk Management

Does your organisation have procedures in place to comply with employment, equality, and health and safety legislation?

Risk is a situation involving an exposure to danger. You should approach risk management positively, as part of the day-to-day management of the organisation, for it does not just identify threats, it also provides opportunities for improvements.

Threats and opportunities

Most risk can be anticipated and therefore planned for, for example:

Fundraising

Aim to build long term relationships with your funders

It is vital that your organisation approaches fundraising in a strategic way, with proper planning, implementation and evaluation.

Information and Copyright

Poor systems will lead to organisational inefficiency

Information

It is imperative that you establish systems for the proper administration and management of information. Organisations are bombarded with vast volumes of information daily, received by post, telephone, text, email, fax, etc. Poor systems will lead to organisational inefficiency. For example, how do you ensure that information is passed round all relevant people? How do you keep track of your library resources?

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