by Sarah Clancy | Oct 24, 2022 | Current, Members News, PPN News |
Clare PPN Training: How to publicise your event
Date: Tuesday, 8th November
Venue: Clare PPN offices, Clonroad Business Park, Ennis, V95 N62T
This evening workshop will run through the basics of promoting your event – including using social media, Eventbrite and a simple press release.
The workshop will take place in person, at the Clare PPN offices in the Clonroad Business Park in Ennis, Eircode V95 N62T, from 6:30pm-8:30pm on Tuesday, 8th November.
It’s free and open to all Clare PPN members, but places are limited and booking is essential. Please register by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
by Sarah Clancy | Nov 17, 2020 | Members News, National, PPN News |
Get to Grips with Governance: Clare PPN are delighted to be working with Caroline Egan from CramdenTech to offer a great free, two part training opportunity for community groups who need to get to grips with governance. The sessions will take place online via zoom from 7pm to 8.30 on Monday 30th November and Monday 7th of December.
To reserve a place on these sessions please email email@example.com Places are limited and participants should be available to attend both sessions.
Session 1: Monday 30th November, An Introduction to Governance, 7pm – 8.30pm
Training focuses on the key skills that all boards and committees need to master to effectively run their voluntary groups. Key topics include annual work planning, roles and responsibilities of committee members, tips for chairing meetings effectively and how to take meeting minutes.
Session 2: Monday 7th December, Governance Health Check, 7pm – 8.30pm
Training focuses on the legal responsibilities of boards and charity trustees. Key topics include Companies Registration Office and the Charities Regulation Act, compliance, communications planning, board succession planning, board member recruitment and risk management.
Caroline Egan is the Director of Cramden Tech and has worked with social enterprises, charities and voluntary groups throughout Ireland for over 12 years. Her company CramdenTECH Ltd., has been to the forefront in the development of online platforms and eLearning resources, to enable boards and managers quickly handle their corporate compliance and training needs.