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ASF Partners with Stanford University and Perpetual Foundation PDF Print E-mail

ASF Partners with Stanford University and Perpetual in New Education Program

Stanford University ASF Perpetual Foundation

ASF is delighted to announce its latest partnership, with the Perpetual Foundation and Stanford University, to help boost the capacity of not-for-profit leaders and build more effective NFPs in Australia. We are particularly pleased that this development builds on and extends our longstanding partnership with Perpetual over the past six years.

Over the next three years, Perpetual, Stanford and ASF will support a program of research and practical learning activities needed by NFPs to thrive in the digital age. This program will be led by the Stanford Centre on Philanthropy and Civil Society (Stanford PACS).

Stanford PACS Executive Director, Kim Meredith, said: Having worked with major organisations in the philanthropic and not-for-profit sectors across the globe, we’ve seen the importance and value that a sound understanding of the digital landscape can provide.

We look forward to working with Perpetual, and their partners in Australia to help raise the bar in this field, and connect with Australia’s non-profit leaders. Additionally, Digital Civil Society is inherently global. This important partnership will build knowledge and resources that will benefit us all.

Perpetual Private National Manager Philanthropy & Non Profit Services, Caitriona Fay, said: “NFPs and philanthropists are still coming to terms with what operating in a digital world means for how they work with communities. This includes how we raise – and donate - funds for public benefit, how we capture, hold and use data, and what that means for privacy, through to the role of markets and social businesses in our economy.

“It’s important to ensure the individuals and organisations in this sector are responding to what the digital age means for society.”

The partnership between ASF, Stanford and Perpetual will enable original research to create practical applications for managing NFP challenges, US-based executive professional education at Stanford and Fellowships at the Digital Civil Society Lab at Stanford, the world’s first research and policy program dedicated to understanding the way private resources can be used for public benefit in the digital age.

CLICK HERE TO READ THE MEDIA RELEASE

CLICK HERE TO READ THE AUSTRALIAN ARTICLE, published 2nd May 2016.


 
AICD Advanced NFP Governance PDF Print E-mail

AICD Governance Training

for Experienced Non-Executive Directors

CLOSING TODAY

AICD Advanced NFP Governance

The AICD's Advanced Not-for-Profit Governance course offers the unique opportunity to focus on the strategic and cultural issues impacting the not-for-profit sector. After two full days in June, you will be able to:

  • Lead the executive, organisation and stakeholders in the areas of sustainability, strategy and risk.
  • Efficiently address issues facing the board with respect to fundraising and sponsorship.
  • Monitor, evaluate and influence the financial performance of your organisation.
  • Evaluate and monitor strategic plans.

ASF, the Bankwest Foundation and the Australian Institute of Company Directors are offering FULLY FUNDED scholarships to NFP staff. Valued at $2,235, this program is exclusively designed for experienced not-for-profit directors seeking to improve board and organisational outcomes.

If you work for a charitable not-for-profit organisation in Western Australia we’d love to hear from you!

APPLICATIONS CLOSE MONDAY 2nd MAY 2016 – APPLY NOW!


 
AICD Short Courses 2016 PDF Print E-mail

AICD's Online Governance Short Courses

AICD Short Course

Need professional development but don't have time to leave the office?

The AICD's suite of e-Learning short courses and webinars will strengthen and refresh your governance knowledge at a time, place and pace that's most convenient for you. Gain knowledge about the role of the board, conflicts of interest, reporting to the board, interpreting financial statements, governance in action, the role of the NFP director and more.

ASF, the Bankwest Foundation and the Australian Institute of Company Directors are offering 20x FULLY FUNDED scholarships to not-for-profit directors, board members, CEOs and senior executives who are seeking a flexible and convenient way to further their knowledge of specific directorship topics.

If you work for a charitable not-for-profit organisation in Western Australia we’d love to hear from you!

APPLICATIONS CLOSE SATURDAY 30th APRIL 2016 – APPLY NOW!


 
HerBusiness NFP Scholarships PDF Print E-mail

HerBusiness

HerBusiness Scholarships for NFPs

Online training at your fingertips

HerBusiness (formerly the Australian Businesswomen's Network) supports the ASF initiative to enhance the management and accountability of not-for-profit organisations by offering fully funded scholarships for its unique collection of online webinars and on-demand short courses, focusing predominantly on leadership, marketing, social media, and business practices. Scholarships are open to both men and women working (in a paid or voluntary role) for charitable NFPs Australia-wide.

The following HerBusiness scholarships are currently available:

Get on Board webinar: What does it take to become a director? How do you go about applying for the role and, when it is offered, how do you assess the risks? This webinar will dispel the popular myths and provide you with the practical information you need to decide whether, how and when to enter the boardroom. Deadline: 28th June 2016

Practical Online Copywriting for Business: This is a two-part online course focussing on unique techniques for writing compelling website copy, how online copywriting differs to offline copy, how to write social media updates that get you noticed, SEO copywriting techniques used by the pros and how much SEO is enough SEO. Deadline: 15th July 2016

Google Analytics 101: Google Analytics is a powerful, yet often underused tool that can power your organisation. Learn how to make sense of your Google Analytics data so that you can make sound decisions to improve your website performance and results. Deadline: 25th July 2016

100% SCHOLARSHIPS open to applicants Australia-wide. APPLY NOW!


 
AICD Company Directors Course PDF Print E-mail

AICD's Company Directors Course for NFPs in WA - DEADLINE EXTENDED!

AICD CDC

The Company Directors Course, first run in 1975, is the most established director program in the world and has played a vital role in founding director knowledge and governance standards in Australia. Spanning five days and valued at $9,065, the program is designed for new and existing directors, senior executives reporting to a board and those seeking a directorship in the next two years.

ASF, the Bankwest Foundation and the Australian Institute of Company Directors are offering 100% scholarships for NFPs in Western Australia to attend the program in 2016. This is your opportunity to join a community of directors that is shaping the future of governance in Australia.

The Company Directors Course will provide you with frameworks that can be immediately applied to improve board performance and decision making. You will embark on interactive working sessions through relevant case studies brought to life with video to apply and reinforce your knowledge. After completing the five-day course, you should not only understand your roles and responsibilities, but also improve your contributions to board performance.

If you live in WA and work for a charitable not-for-profit organisation in Western Australia we’d love to hear from you! Click here to find out more and to apply for a scholarship.

DEADLINE EXTENDED: Applications will now close Wednesday 6th April 2016 at 5pm AEDT. APPLY NOW!


 
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