Board Governance Company Secretary the General Manager's Course
Mandatory Course for CEOs of a registered club under the NSW Registered Clubs Regulation 2009
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2023 / 2024 - CLICK FOR REGISTRATION
(2023) 13 & 14 December - Liverpool Catholic Club - https://www.stickytickets.com.au/UJ3N1
First Quarter of 2024 COURSES
5 & 6 March - Dubbo RSL Club - https://www.stickytickets.com.au/Q04V7
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As the Club’s Company Secretary, this course targets Senior club managers who aspire to, or are new to the role of Secretary Manager/CEO/GM of a registered club.
Defining the roles of the Secretary Manager & the Board; Governance vs Management
The specific role of the ‘Secretary’ in Secretary Manager: Duties & Responsibilities
Legal responsibilities of a company secretary; Typical duties of a company secretary;
The Governing Body's (‘The Board’) Role, Amalgamations & De-amalgamations
The Fundamental Realities of The Board/CEO Relationship; Important Ground Rules.
Allocating Responsibilities: A suggested framework to define the duties in the relationship.
How to prepare for & conduct meetings; How do Boards operate? What does a Board do?
Planning & Conducting Board meetings; Minutes; Monitoring the outcomes of the meeting
Corporate Governance – understanding its relevance & requirements for compliance
Standards and systems audit assessment for licensed venues, Legislation governing the clubs
Associations and companies, Meetings; Notices; Resolutions; Disciplinary Hearings
Corporations Act: Directors & Officers responsibilities; Business Judgement Rule
Understanding your core business and what “Not for Profit” really means
KPIs and benchmarking, EBITDA and the importance of cash flow, Keeping ASIC in the loop
The Legislation process, interpret legislation, Insolvency, Common features of Registered Clubs
The Registered Clubs Act 1976, The Liquor Act 2007: the Important Provisions & Demerits
Gaming and Liquor Administration Act 2007, Conditions on Club License, Constitutions
Common areas of difficulty for Secretary Managers, Board Issues, Member rights to info, Requisitions
Going to Court, Core property, Leasing and Licensing, Service Contracts Times
Duration Two Days
ACCM Points : CMAA Members & CMDA Affiliates earn 25 points for successful course completion.