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Do you need a better understanding of charitable trusts?

Overview:
This one day course explains the law relating to trusts and provides operational guidance for the trusteeship of charities.

Come away with a background of the statutory role, knowledge of roles and responsibilities in day to day operation, and a wider understanding of issues connected to trusts.

Who should attend?

  • All town, Parish or Community Clerks and those involved with or would like to know more about Charitable Trusts.
  • Members who might be trustees.
  • A great course for new Clerks in post or a re-fresher course.

 Course outline:

  • Statutory role: background
  • The Trusteeship role: Sole, joint and custodian, incorporated and holding trustees. Ex-officio trustees.
  • Appointment of trustees. The charity's governing document and its charitable purpose.
  • Issues to consider at registration.
  • Issues after registration: Separating charity property from local authority property.
  • Dealing with conflicts of interest.
  • Use of trustee's property by a charity and vice versa.
  • Trusteeship arrangements other than a local council.
  • Roles, duties and responsibilities: Trustees, Chairman and Treasurer.
  • Governance issues: Meetings, the Annual Report.
  • Examples of charitable trusts and how they might work: Recreation Grounds, village halls, allotments.
  • Other examples of activities within the charity's purposes.
  • Financial management of trusts: Accounting and reporting, audit and scrutiny.
  • Investment: Common Investment Fund and Deposit Fund.
  • The Charity Commission.

Time
1000 - 1630*

* This is a one day course. Exact timings will be confirmed when you receive your joining instructions.


About the trainer:

Roger Taylor is the Senior Partner of Hedleys Solicitors, a firm based in Surrey which has an extensive practice dealing with Parish and Town Councils in England. He lectures on subjects such as Common Land, Village Greens and Charitable Trusts for the SLCC and on other matters relating to the practice and procedure of Parish and Town Councils for a number of County Associations.

 

 

 

Delegate Fees:

If your Clerk attends, subsequent bookings for the same course from members of the council may attend at the member rate.

There is not just value in your investment in attending the training course, but these are also great opportunities to network with like-minded individuals and make new contacts.

 Book your next personal development opportunity now!

 Date  Course Code  Venue  Directions  Members  Non Members  Register
17th Apr 18
Char0418 St Erme Community Centre, Castlefield, Trispen, Truro, Cornwall, TR4 9BD

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* Your registration will secure you a place on the course. Your booking will then be confirmed and invoices issued approximately 3 weeks before the course date. At a similar time you will also be sent a delegate list and joining instructions detailing the venue, parking, trainer and any other details relevant to the course. It is advised not to book you travel until the course is confirmed and you have received your joining instructions.

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