Trustees & Governors responsibilities webinar

Published by Susan Robinson on 5 February 2019

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Our experts Susan Robinson, Partner and Head of Charities and Not for Profit, and Phil Reynolds, Audit and Assurance Senior Manager and specialist in Academies and Education, discuss how new and existing Trustees and Governors can perform their role as well as cover their responsibilities.

The webinar’s agenda includes:

  • Governance Structure in a SAT and MAT
  • Effective features in governance
  • Financial oversight and monitoring
  • Governance vs Management
  • Role of a trustee
  • Liability of Trustee
  • Protecting a Trustee

This webinar is aimed at providing Trustees, Governors, Accounting Officers, CFOs and SLTs with a more detailed understanding of their role and responsibilities. We also encourage members of School Leadership Teams to listen so that they have an appreciation of the challenges Trustees and Governors face.

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