The Role of a Company Director
Classroom: £289 +VAT per person
The role of a company director is an important one and it carries many duties and responsibilities that are imposed by corporate governance rules and legislation. Keeping up to date with all of these requirements while still trying to carry out your day-to-day work can be a considerable challenge.
This practical and comprehensive course will help you understand everything you need to know about your role and the legal risks associated with it. You will gain a complete understanding of the role, duties and legal responsibilities of a company director as well as the many potential internal and external risks that you may face. Attending this course will help to equip you with the knowledge and skills required to be able to cope with the role, manage risk effectively and avoid financial penalties.
“Just wanted to thank you for the great training that the presenter provided. My fellow Directors thoroughly enjoyed the day and got a lot from it.”
“An excellent and informative course. Content delivery was clear, concise and consistent. I will definitely attend more.”
“Enjoyable and copious examples provided by the presenter really livened up the subject.”
This practical course focuses on real-life situations and will cover:
This course is perfect for the following:
David is a Chartered Director and has been facilitating, delivering and mentoring at senior management and director level for the last ten years in both the public and private sectors. He has also provided training and consultancy services to the Institute of Directors for 11 years and has broad practical experience of business change management and in mergers and acquisition.
Roger is a qualified Accountant and Company Secretary with vast experience and a highly practical approach. He has held several senior positions and for twenty years was a Financial Director and Company Secretary. Roger is also the author of 22 books, including 'Company Law: The Authoritative Guide for Directors and Secretaries', a comprehensive book covering many aspects of Company Law.