OPP OF THE DAY: Trustees, Building Bridges Training

Trustees with an Interest in Making a Difference in the Lives of people with a Learning Disability

Building Bridges Training makes a difference to people with a learning disability via training and research. Building Bridges Training is a small Community Interest Company operating in the West Midlands area. We are seeking new trustees to give fresh ideas into future strategic development, fundraising and to ensure sound decision making.

This role will enable us to:

  • Move forward into the next stage of our strategic development.
  • Obtain fresh ideas which will ensure that Building Bridges Training meets its legal and statutory duties, remains solvent and is well run.
  • Provide, and further develop, resources and courses in topics such as financial capability, preparing for work and more.

We need you to make a real difference to the lives of local people who have a learning disability but also – through training – increase understanding within mainstream organisations of how best to support people with learning disabilities who use their services.

Person Description

We are looking for knowledge and experience in some of the following areas:

  • Financial management
  • Fundraising strategy
  • IT strategy
  • Marketing strategy
  • Strategic development and planning

(As we are seeking 3 new trustees it is not essential for any one trustee to have all the skills required).

Meetings are held quarterly on a weekday evening. A minimum of 3 years commitment is required.

FOR MORE INFO OR TO APPLY, please contact:

Dr Liz Tilly
Tel: 0121 559 9197
Email: liz@building-bridges-training.org

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