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20 Questions Directors of Not-for-profit Organizations Should Ask about Governance | Canadian Institute of Chartered Accountants / Institut canadien des comptables agréés 2013
Governance Publication

This booklet identifies and briefly discusses the key areas of governance in a not-for-profit organization and the responsibilities of the directors. It is part of the Canadian Institute of Chartered Accountants' Not-for-Profit Directors Series, which includes several other useful resources.

BoardMatch Fundamentals | Altruvest 2012
Governance Curriculum-based e-learning

BoardMatch Fundamentals is a free program that trains volunteers about the fundamental roles and responsibilities of charitable board service. It also facilitates a board-matching component between registered charities and qualified candidates through its innovative online board position postings and recruitment section.

NEW Online UBC Course: Cultural Tourism – An Asset-Based Economic Development Strategy | UBC Centre for Cultural Planning and Development 2017
Governance Curriculum-based e-learning

The international University of British Columbia (UBC) Centre for Cultural Planning and Development is now offering a new CPD course: "Cultural Tourism: An Asset-based Economic Development Strategy(Oct 2 – Dec 3, 2017) delivered 100% online.

Working for a Non-Profit Board: Tips and Tools for Cultural Managers | CHRC/CRHSC 2013
Governance Publication

This HR tool offers helpful tips and useful resources to bring new perspectives and approaches to Cultural Managers. Some managers with extensive experience in the sector or those who work for large and very complex organizations may find the extensive bibliography a useful resource. Less experienced managers may wish to use this toolkit to address one challenge at a time.

Ce projet est rendu possible grâce à Patrimoine canadien et au Secrétaire aux affaires intergouvernementales canadiennes du Québec

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