National Workshop Series
The Third Age Trust will be running a new series of training events in 2018 for U3A committee members.
These workshop days are being offered in response to requests and enquiries from U3A committee members regarding the legal requirements and responsibilities of running a U3A.
As charities (registered or otherwise), U3A committees are required to ensure that they are aware of and compliant with the legislation that impacts on their work. U3A committee members are the foundation of the U3A movement. These pilot days, which will be led by industry experts, have been designed to support you to fulfil your requirements as both committee members and charity trustees.
Each workshop day will cover a number of important topics:
- General Data Protection Regulation
- Equality, Diversity and Inclusion
The format will be a mix of plenary and break-out sessions, with plenty of time for networking and discussion. Lunch will be included. All delegates will have the opportunity to attend all sessions.
etc.venues Birmingham: 30 April
Join us in Birmingham for the next edition of Keeping it Legal.
The venue is a short walk from all Birmingham train stations, and reduced price parking is available in Londonderry House NCP.
etc.venues Maple House, 150 Corporation Street, Birmingham
De Vere Horsley, Surrey: 5 April
Designed and built in 1820 by Sir Charles Barry, the architect of the Houses of Parliament, the estate was later the seat of the Lovelace family who enhanced it with the bold architectural features that can still be seen throughout.
A free shuttle bus will operate from East Horsley Station, and parking is available on site.
De Vere Horsley Estate, Leatherhead KT24 6DT