NICVA

NICVA

NICVA
61 Duncairn Gardens
Belfast
BT15 2GB
United Kingdom

Opening Hours

Mon-Thurs: 9:00pm - 5:00pm
Fri: 9:00pm - 4:30pm 

NICVA, the Northern Ireland Council for Voluntary Action, is a membership and representative umbrella body for the voluntary and community sector in Northern Ireland.

With over 1,100 members - that range from household name charities to grass roots community groups - we lobby and campaign to advance the interests of the people and communities that our members support. We offer a wide range of practical services, products and support to our members to help them do what they do best - find innovative solutions for social challenges. Our membership reflects the make up of the sector in terms of both thematic (issue based) and geographical representation.

Our services include; advice (governance and charity advice, HR), fundraising, research, policy and lobbying and training and we develop, manage and host CommunityNI.

For more information on NICVA, visit our website or follow us on Twitter or Facebook.

NICVA's Content

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Training/Advice

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The management of risk is the responsibility of the board and while it may delegate the day to day management of risks to its senior staff, the trustees remain ultimately responsible.
Belfast
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Training/Advice

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This new NICVA ILM progamme is a great opportunity for senior leaders in the voluntary and community sector in NI to learn, reflect, be challenged and plan for leading their organisation to the next stage of development.
Belfast
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Conference

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The preparation of the Trustees Annual Report, and transmission of it to the Charity Commission, is a legal requirement for all registered charities but it doesn't have to be a tick box exercise...
Belfast
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Training/Advice

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This qualification offers you the opportunity to choose and complete units that develop the management skills and leadership capabilities most valuable to you.
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Training/Advice

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This one day course describes a framework for managing the performance of staff including supervision and appraisal. It also covers how to give feedback and tips for how to deal with under performance.
Belfast
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Training/Advice

NICVA

This one-hour webinar will look at how to choose the right funder and avoid wasted time and effort in funding applications. It is part of a series of monthly webinars that are free to NICVA members.
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Training/Advice

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The level 3 award is designed for those working towards a teaching/training qualification or for those who don't want to take a qualification but want more information about how to teach/train effectively, for example, in your workplace if you train people as part of your job either in groups or as individuals.
Belfast
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Training/Advice

NICVA

The board has an important role in the financial governance of its charity, so it needs to ensure that it has good financial reporting to it.
Belfast
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Seminar

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The world is changing with rapid advances in artificial intelligence, big data, augmented reality and other emerging technologies and will fundamentally alter the way we live, work, and relate to one another. How will this affect jobs, society and the future of voluntary and community organisations? What new demands and opportunities will this bring? Is our sector ready to adopt these new technological advancements? Come along to NICVA to hear about the challenges and opportunities for the sector and how charities are already using this new technology.
Belfast
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Seminar

NICVA

The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are a universal call for action on ending poverty, protecting our planet and ensuring all people can enjoy peace and prosperity. All UN member state governments, including our own have signed up to these goals. The Department of Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs have recently carried out a mapping exercise to highlight how the Programme for Government Outcomes Delivery Plan 2018/19 aligns with the SDGs.
Belfast

More Information

Type of Organisation

VCSE

Team

  • Stephen Gray
  • Stephen Gray
  • Roisin Kelly
  • Sandra Bailie
  • Ian Kelly
  • Shauna O'Neill
  • Alex Hastings
  • Shauna O'Neill
  • NICVA Editor
  • Una McKernan
  • Denise Copeland