Getting it right as an Academy Clerk or Company Secretary - London (16.05.17)

Are you an academy or due to convert?

Are you clear what the role of Company Secretary involves?

Our regular training events are designed to provide you with a comprehensive guide to the role of Company Secretary to an Academy and include the following:

  • The legal framework encompassing a practical guide to how an academy trust should operate under its articles of association and relevant parts of company law
  • The specific role and responsibilities of a Company Secretary to an academy trust
  • The relationship between the Company Secretary and Clerk to Governors roles
  • How to convene and support member and director meetings
  • Decision-making in meetings and by resolution
  • Keeping the right paperwork – company registers, agendas, minutes, and reports to Companies House
  • New rules coming into force under the Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Act 2015

Target Audience

  • Company Secretaries appointed by academy trusts who wish to understand how the role applies in an academy setting
  • Clerks to school governing bodies who wish to work as, or who are working alongside, Company Secretaries
  • School Business Managers or governors who are thinking about how to operate the role of Company Secretary to their academy trust
  • Multi Academy Trust directors who want to better understand their governance structure

Our training events are a great forum to exchange ideas and experiences with your counterparts in other schools.

Date and location
Tuesday 16 May 2017

Stone King LLP
​Boundary House
91 Charterhouse Street

1:45pm:    Registration
2:00pm:    Start
5:00pm:    Finish

£60 plus VAT
​Discounted to £45 plus VAT for FASNA Members and free for Stone King Retainer Clients. Please contact us for your discount code.

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Please feel free to pass the invitation on to any colleagues, should you think they would be interested in attending.


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