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Key Details

Date

Available on demand

Location

Online
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Online

Fees

£71 - Members
£122 - Non-members
£21 - Specialist Societies SLA
£36 - Specialist Societies non-SLA

Programme

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About this online seminar

The course is aimed at those who are keen to develop a better understanding of the role of director/trustee, including key duties, areas of potential liability, legal risks and best practice. Candidates will learn how a board can work effectively and the importance of a governance structure . As well as understand the role of the Treasurer, increase knowledge of financial governance and hear how charities/not for profit organisations are changing post pandemic.  There will also be an opportunity to network with like minded colleagues, share experiences and receive advice from leading experts.

The recording is now available, and will be automatically emailed to your preferred email address as soon as you have booked here. Please check your junk mail if you do not see the email in your inbox.

Please ignore reference to date in the booking process, this is a notional date and you will be sent the recording immediately.

Programme

Organiser: Mrs Rebecca Davenport, Specialist Societies Manager, Association of Anaesthetists
Chair: Dr Mike Nathanson, President, Association of Anaesthetists  

Session 1: Governance matters and legal risks
  • Considerations for charities/not-for-profit governance - post pandemic
    Mr Hugo Walford and Mr Philip Reed, Withers
  • Becoming a Director/Trustee: know the legal risks
    Mr Hugo Walford and Mr Philip Reed, Withers
  • How a Board can work effectively and the importance of a governance structure
    Mr Will Pritchard, Services Manager, PARN
  • Questions and answers
Session 2: Financial governance
  • Good financial governance 
    Mr Stephen Jahans, Finance Manager, Association of Anaesthetists
  • The role of the Treasurer - top tips
    Dr Kathleen Ferguson, Immediate Past President and Past Honorary Treasurer, Association of Anaesthetists
  • Financial fraud and how to prevent it
    Mr Tom Brain, Audit Technical Director, haysmacintyre
  • Questions and answers and group feedback
Learning objectives
1. Gain a better understanding of the role of director/trustee, including key duties, areas of potential liability, legal risks and best practice.  
2. Identify how a board can work effectively and the importance of a governance structure.
3. Increase your knowledge of financial governance and how to avoid financial fraud, plus post-pandemic considerations for charities/not for profits.
4. Understand the role of Treasurer, including top tips on managing your society’s finances.
5. Network with like minded colleagues, share experiences and receive advice from leading experts.

Special Fees Apply - Please email events@anaesthetists.org to book if you are eligible for the Specialist Societies rate