Training that pays forward

Trustee Financial Training

(half day workshop)

Our interactive half day workshop is aimed towards non finance trustees – to help them gain a better understanding of financial risks, reserves and the importance of being able to reasonably interpret charity financial statements.


Our workshop can be delivered on your charity's premises and tailored to the training needs of your board. During the workshop, trustees will have the opportunity to complete a number of individual and group exercises.


10% of our training sessions are also available on a "pay what you can" basis for smaller charities with income below £100k, that work primarily with the following groups: 

  • ethnic minority communities

  • gypsy and traveller communities

  • migrants/asylum seekers/refugees

Contact us to find out more and book a session. 


Making Racial Diversity Strategic

(half day workshop)

In order to build racially inclusive and welcoming board cultures where trustees from ethnic minority backgrounds can thrive, a shift is required to move away from simply tolerating/accommodating diversity – to embracing and celebrating the rich dimensions that a diverse board can offer. Building this inclusive culture requires not just looking internally, but looking at the whole ‘charity trustees ecosystem’, including all its components, power dynamics and the relationships between them.


The issue of diversity and inclusion does not sit neatly within the HR function. In order to be fully effective, diversity should be addressed strategically at organisational level, taking into account all barriers that are in place. As with any robust strategy, adequate planning; implementation; and, execution is integral.

Our half day workshop aims to present an alternative approach to diversity training, that focuses on two core pillars – strategy and soft skills.

Contact us to find out more and book a session. 


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