Implementing the Regulator's Charities Governance Code


Carmelite Community Centre, 56 Aungier St, Dublin 2, D02 T258
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Implementing the Regulator's Charities Governance Code

This event is fully booked.

The Charities Regulator published its new charities governance code in late 2018. The deadline for compliance with this new code is 2020. 

Alongside an overview of the new Code, this training will explore the practices of good governance, identify strategies to help you apply these in your organisation and ensure that you are prepared to implement the new Code’s requirements.

Learning Outcomes

Participants will be able to:

  • Understand the organisational role played by trustees
  • Outline the essential elements of good governance for nonprofits
  • Identify the key legal duties of charity trustees
  • Outline the Charities Regulator's Governance Code requirements
  • Apply the Code in their organisations.
How to register

This event is fully booked.

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Your Facilitator

Gerry Egan

Gerry is an experienced consultant and trainer working with clients in the commercial, public and not for profit sectors specialising in governance and compliance, strategy and communications. He is a Chartered Director, former Company Secretary and serves on the board of two nonprofits. Gerry is also a judge in the Good Governance Awards for community and voluntary, charities and social enterprises.

Feedback from attendees of Gerry’s previous workshops

“A clear breakdown of a complicated subject” - P. O'Donoghue - Dignity 4 Patients

“Extremely informative and kept on point” - K. Murphy, Nurture Africa

“Practical, hands on activities that gave us concrete resources and guidance” - A. O'Sullivan, Chernobyl Children International

The Wheel wishes to acknowledge support for its training services from the Department of Education and Skills through the National Training Fund

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Who should attend

This training event is suitable for staff and board members of charitable organisations in Ireland.