Certificate in Charity Law, Trusteeship & Governance

26/03/2024 12:34:04

Final applications are being accepted for the Diploma Centre’s Certificate in Charity Law, Trusteeship and Governance.

The course equips practitioners and those working in the charity, community and voluntary sector with the necessary knowledge and skills to maintain integrity and uphold standards. Members with an interest in the area of charity governance or those already working in the sector will gain insight from our faculty of solicitors, barristers, accountants, and other professionals with expertise in the field of charity law.

What our past students say

"This course was one of the most enjoyable courses I’ve ever done, it was so well organised and subject matter came alive with a variety of expert speakers. The mix of online and in-person lectures worked well, and the online learning platform allows you to watch lectures back in your own time and to revisit information again as needed. The course encourages networking and meeting other professionals, which was a valuable part of it. A key interest for me was the financial module, and, as a result of the course, I have a much clearer understanding of our responsibilities as a charity in relation to SORP and financial reporting. I would highly recommend it to any charity professional looking to upskill or refresh their knowledge in a range of areas relating to charity governance."

Claire McSweeney Manager, Ballymun Community Law Centre

Who should apply

The course will appeal to those in practice who advise charitable organisations. It will also appeal to those working in the sector or those who hold positions on boards of organisations or in a management capacity.

The course commenced on 1 March. However, applications are still being accepted. Participants who register for the course at this stage will be able to access all content on demand.

Contact us

For further information on the course and the application process visit the Diploma Centre website or contact the course leader, Suzanne Crilly.