This course is designed build upon existing knowledge of minutes and minute taking to provide additional skills to those who take minutes, to improve effectiveness, efficiency and confidence and improve understanding of the entire process.
Delegates will go back to the basics of company law regarding the requirements to take minutes, develop practical skills and get practical guidance on how to overcome common problems and issues. Your tutor – an experienced professional with extensive expertise in this area – will give you the benefit of her experience to help you develop your skills beyond a basic understanding of the need for good minutes and give you a keen awareness of the importance of accuracy, the need for brevity and attention to key detail.
During the day you will cover the following topics, with interactive discussion and participation:
- What minutes are and why they are important
- The Process:
- Before meetings: administrative & personal preparation
- Attending the meeting – organisation & minute note taking
- After the meeting – responsibilities & writing minutes
- Challenges to overcome
- Communication & relationships
This course is for individuals who are already attending board meetings and minute taking as part of their role and are looking to continue to learn and apply best practice, consider other techniques and improve efficiency. This course will also consider the many challenges faced by minute takers and the impact of relationships and communication in the minute taking process.
If you would like to book a place on this course please click on the ‘Book Course’ button to the right of this page and login or register for a user account to complete your booking(s). Any queries please do not hesitate to contact us via [email protected] or call us on 01481 224570.
If no date is scheduled for this course at the present time please click on the ‘Register Interest’ button and login or register for a user account so that we can add you to our course interest register. This register allows us to contact our tutors and finalise dates for a course as soon as we have a few people who have expressed their interest, so the more delegates who register their interest, the sooner we can schedule a particular course.