Contact to book your place. To book your place, you must be registered as a representative of a CIAN member charity / not for profit.
3pm, 7th July 2020 - Webinar Network Meeting
The webinar presentations will be led by Sarah Hillary, Risk & Advisory Services Partner at BDO UK, and will cover the following topics:
1. Reforecasting your finances to remain resilient
While the world is rightly focused on the health and wellbeing of individuals during the current situation, leadership teams need also to have a grasp on the financial resilience of their charities to ensure the right actions are taken today. But you can only truly understand your resilience if you have the right forecasts in place. We will talk through how to re-forecast in the uncertain situation we find ourselves today.
2. Returning to work – what’s the risk?
Returning to work after an extended working from home period will come with its own risks. These need to be managed, just as any other risk would – carefully and appropriately. Not all risks will warrant the same attention, but an effective internal audit team will be in a strong position to advise on these risks and support your charity plan a safe return.
If you would like to attend, please email email@example.com soon as possible so that we can get a sense of numbers and plan the format accordingly. Please ensure you specify the email address that you want added to the Webinar invite.
Date TBC August 2020 Webinar - provisional date subject to amendment for virtual meeting to include speaker from the Chartered IIA and the CIAN AGM.
Wednesday 14th October 2020 - Haysmacintyre provisional date subject to amendment
Upcoming CIAN Training courses:
Auditing Culture and Ethics - Rescheduled date TBC
Our next training course will be on Auditing Culture and Ethics and will be presented by John Cheshire. The course will cover:
• A targeted overview of culture, including theory, models and current issues
• Why organisational culture is so topical
• Developing a practical framework for approaching an audit of culture
• Auditing culture – good practices and addressing the pitfalls
• What are business ethics? Theory, models and current issues
• Auditing ethics – good practices and addressing the pitfalls
Book your place before 13th February to avoid missing the early bird price of £120. All applications for a free place must also be submitted by 13th February. One free place will be available on this course for a CIAN member who would otherwise not be able to attend the training.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to book your place, submit your ‘free training place’ application or for further information.