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Are you interested in becoming a Trustee?

The Education and Training Trust of the Chartered Insurance Institute is an incorporated charity which is a subsidiary of the CII established to advance the education and training of people employed or desiring to be employed in insurance and allied occupations.

Although the Trust has significant reserves, due to its funding and structure, its income is likely to be insufficient to meet its running costs at a point in the foreseeable future.

Therefore, the current trustees have agreed with the CII that it is in the best interests of the Trust to commence an open and transparent run off of the charity.

The Trustees are seeking to recruit up to four Trustees who are independent of the CII's management in that they are not/have not been involved in the governance of the CII, i.e. this role is not open to current or former members of the Board, Council or Committees as published in the Annual Report of the CII. The new trustees will assist with:

  • awarding grants from the current reserves
  • ensuring an open and transparent run-off of the charity.

This is a voluntary role which will last until the Trust has been struck from both the Companies and Charities registers.

If you are interested in applying, please email Julie Arthy at julie.arthy@cii.co.uk who will be able to provide you with an application pack which includes information on how to apply.

The closing date for applications is 2 October 2017

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