Scheduled Training

Supporting Nonprofits to Become More Effective At What They Do

We offer a comprehensive Scheduled Training Programme twice a year starting in January and September. Our courses address the needs of people working in nonprofit organisations in both a voluntary and paid capacity.

Individual courses concentrate on a specific topic. They are practically focused and use participative methods to allow participants the opportunity to learn from others working in the sector.

Topics we deliver training on include:

  • Board Roles & Responsibilities
  • Charities Governance Code
  • Financial Management for Non-Profits
  • Understanding Budgets
  • Strategic Planning
  • Companies Act 2014 and the Charities Act 2009 for Non-profits
  • Role of the Company Secretary
  • Role of the Chairperson
  • Microsoft Excel

Our scheduled courses are delivered mostly online. Many of our courses are also available on a customised basis nationwide on request. Learn more about our customised training.

If you are interested in a specific topic but don’t see a relevant class scheduled, get in touch with us and let us know at


Very well structured, clear and effective training. I had completed the training previously however the interactive nature of this training and the use of case examples was very useful.
Attendee of Charities Governance Code, Autumn Winter 2022

Carmichael training is affordable. The content is always spot on. The trainers are always knowledgeable in their fields. I like that I am able to put to practice that which I have learnt.
Esther Nyambura, Adelaide Health Foundation

I found the course to be very beneficial – in particular the specifics on the Charities Act 2009 and the Amendment Bill 2022. I have found it hard to find training / information courses on these subjects.
Attendee of Companies Act 2014 and the Charities Act 2009 for Non-profit Organisations, Autumn Winter 2022


“The Scheme to Support National Organisations is funded by the Government of Ireland through the
Department of Rural and Community Development”