Fear-less Governance Seminars 19th & 20th in Kerry

indexEvery year Kerry Volunteer Centre works with community groups on “Governance” related matters to grow their understanding of and develop their capacity to implement best practices in how they run their organsiations.

In 2017 we are delighted to announce our Fear-less Governance Seminars to support the committee members awareness and implementation of good governance practices. The seminars have been deliberately scheduled at evening and morning time to accommodate attendance and are made possible by collaboration with Irelands’ Governance Code Working Group.

The evening seminar will take place at 7.30pm to 9.30pm Wednesday 19th April in the Brehon Hotel, Killarney and the morning seminar on Thursday 20th will be from 11am to 1pm at the Manor West Hotel Tralee.

The Fear-less Governance Seminars will be delivered by Senan Turnbull a member of the Governance Code Working Group which developed the Code. Senan has a life times experience on committees and Boards both local and national and is currently a member of the Board of the Charities Regulator and Chairperson of the newly appointed Statutory Consultative Panel on the Governance of Charitable Organisations.

It is highly recommended that at least two members from your group attend, booking is essential and places can be booked by emailing Margaret via margaret@volunteerkerry.ie or by calling Kerry Volunteer Centre office on 066 717966. The cost is €15 per attendee.

The Governance Code is a resource that maps the practice of good governance by community, voluntary and charitable organisations in Ireland. It was developed by the sector for the sector in 2012 and was updated in 2016. It is a practical resource to aid community and voluntary organisations to embark “on the journey” of good governance so as to assist them in achieving their goals with more confidence.

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by KerryVolunteerCentre