Although charity law is considered a relatively niche area of law, at the end of 2017 the number of charities listed on the Charity Commission’s register reached a nine-year high of more than 168,000 with a collective income of over £75 billion.
Aimed at practitioners who require charity CPD, the courses within this section have been delivered in the form of traditional one-hour webinars and are accessible via any internet connected device for a period of 12 months, making them perfect for busy practitioners who require easy access to online charity training courses.
The charities CPD courses within this section will examine topics including the tension between public benefit and ancillary private benefits, charitable vehicles and trading, arguably one of the most contentious tax issues that charity practitioners face.
For those new to this area of law and non-practitioners interested in how to set up a charity, our How and When to Register a Charity will discuss the factors you must be aware of before registering a charity and the steps that must be followed, should you wish to proceed. Experienced practitioners will benefit from our charity course Trading and Gift Aid which examines the rules involved when trading and the associated tax implications, to ensure that viewers and their clients act in a lawful manner.
If you wish to maintain your knowledge in this area, why not check out our 5-star rated bite-size Charities Update; aimed at practitioners of all levels this charity law course delivers a concise round-up of developments within this area of law such as the position regarding unclaimed gift aid and the release of GDPR and Charitable Fundraising guidance briefings by the IoF and the Fundraising Regulator (FR).
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