Charities and Not for Profit Boards Recorded


An opportunity to see the 2018 Governance Conference which focussed on ethics and governance in the Charity and Not for Profit sector

Venue details:  
Online, ,
Start date & time:  
01 January 2017 00:00
End date & time:  
01 January 2020 00:00
Price: €62.50  (€62.50 Member price)
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Speaker details
First nameLast name
Niall Fitzgerald


Product type:  
CPD online course
Practice and business improvement

This course was originally recorded in 2018

Course overview 

The aim of this online course is to bring together regulators, advisors, experienced executive and non-executive directors and key decision makers involved in the sector to discuss and reflect upon achievements and future challenges for the sector in relation to ethics and governance. The course is also exclusively present insights and findings arising from the recent research conducted by Chartered Accountants Ireland in production of the forthcoming “Concise Guide of Ethics and Governance for the Charity and Not for Profit.

Codes matter, procedures are important, sensible regulation protects and standards can ensure quality, but what advice would the Sector provide to the Sector? We hear from people about their experiences and also gain insight to practices behind the written codes and procedures that guide, steer and promote delivery of long term success in Charitable and not for profit organisations.

Who should attend?

This course is a must for current and aspiring non-executives, senior management, auditors and business advisors to charitable and not for profit organisations in order to understand national trends and approach to ethics and governance in the sector get first hand insights on ethics and governance (practice, impact and approach) from executives/senior management and non-executives in charitable and not for profit organisations.

Key Learning outcomes

Further develop your current awareness, or compare to your own experience, of some of the ethical and governance issues facing the sector, including advice from the sector to the sector in addressing such issues.  Experience an informed panel discussion on the difference passion, people, purpose and pride make for effective ethics and governance in the sector.

Frances McCandless (Chief Executive, Charity Commission Northern Ireland), Shauna Greely (Past President, Chartered Accountants Ireland), executive representative from the GAA, Kerry Anthony, CEO of DEPAUL, and panel discussion including a number of experienced non-executive board members. We will also have comments from Feargal McCormack (President of Chartered Accountants Ireland), Chartered Accountants Ireland) and Tiarnan O’Neill (Chair of Charity and Not for Profit Group Northern Ireland, Chartered Accountants Ireland).