Training / Workshop

Chair to Chair event in Bournemouth with Community Action Network

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18:00 – 20:00
Beacon Programme

Do you chair a charity? Ever wish you could talk to someone who faces similar challenges and opportunities? Perhaps someone who has already been there and done that, who understands, and you can learn from? Chairs (and Vice Chairs) often tell us they find it really helpful to meet other Chairs and share challenges and solutions.

If this sounds good to you – please come to the Chair to Chair event in Bournemouth, hosted by the Association of Chairs and Community Action Network. It’s an opportunity to meet and learn from other Chairs, and to explore ideas for helping Chairs to help each other, and how CAN and AoC could help.


6:00 Welcome and introductions (tea, coffee, biscuits). Talk on how AoC and CAN can support Chairs in the area

6.30 Session to explore issues of concern to Chairs

7.00 Group brainstorming

7.25 Review and next steps

7.40 Buffet and informal networking

8.00 Close

This workshop is only open to those who have registered with the Beacon Programme. This free programme is aimed at Chairs and Vice Chairs of smaller charities in England with an annual income of under £1 million.

Book your place

This event is free but there are a limited number of spaces and they are in high demand. For this reason, AoC ask you to pay a £5.00 deposit on booking which will be returned to you following your attendance of the event. If you are unable to attend this event please email giving us at least 48 hours notice. If you are unable to attend and do not give notice then you will be charged £5.00.

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