Company Board Director Roles and Responsibilities

Company Board Director Roles and Responsibilities. The 2-day course is a Chartered Management Institute, CMI, Recognised Training Course

Company law considers all Board Directors to share equally in the legal responsibilities of running a company. This means that the legal duties and potential liabilities of Non-Executive Directors are exactly the same as those of the Executive Directors. The Companies Act 2006 does not differentiate between Executive and Non-Executive Directors.

Company law requires all Board Directors to understand their own accounts and holds the Directors collectively responsible for the validity of the annual financial accounts submitted to Companies House.

It would be impossible to fulfil the legal duties of a Board Director without a good understanding of the legal roles and responsibilities according to the Companies Act 2006 and the other relevant statutory requirements at Board level. This course will provide that knowledge and through case studies and discussions ensure that you are comfortable with the practical application of that knowledge.

This is a very practical course with extensive discussions around case studies that highlight common Boardroom dilemmas. For example a common potential conflict of Interest is that of Subsidiary Board NEDs with Executive roles in the Parent Companies. This course will enable you to resolve such matters to make sound Board decisions, which fully comply with your statutory duties as a Director.

Chartered Management Institute Recognised Training Centre for Director Training Courses. This 2-day training course is a CMI Recognised Director Training Course.

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CPD – Formal Certificates of Professional Development will be issued to all delegates. These certificates will be accepted as evidence for CPD purposes by most professional institutes and associations.

Company Board Director Roles and Responsibilities Course 2 Days

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Non-Executive Director Role and Responsibilities Course 1 Day

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Board Director Roles and Responsibilities Update Course 1 Day

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Company Board Director Responsibilities Training Courses

There are many laws and regulations that apply to Board Directors. The Companies Act 2006 places many legal requirements upon companies and their Board Directors, some of which are grouped together as The Seven Statutory Duties of Directors:

• To act within their powers
• To promote the success of the company
• To exercise independent judgement
• To exercise reasonable care, skill and diligence
• To avoid conflicts of interest
• Not to accept benefits from third parties
• To declare any interest in a proposed transaction or arrangement

There are many other requirements of the Companies Act 2006 and there are other laws relevant to Board Directors. The legal compliance issues for directors seem to be being constantly increased.

Company Board Director Roles and Responsibilities. The 2-day course is a Chartered Management Institute, CMI, Recognised Training Course

The Director Roles and Responsibilities and Governance training course is delivered by some of the best Board Director tutors in the UK. They are heavily involved with Board Directors and Governance at all levels and have a wealth of practical experience at their fingertips, as well as outstanding theoretical knowledge. The role and responsibilities of Company Board Directors will be comprehensively covered by this course.  The Senior Course Leader has been the Chief Executive and Finance Director of a Plc.

The Director Roles, Responsibilities and GovernanceTraining Course provides comprehensive coverage of the knowledge, roles and responsibilities necessary for Board Directors.

The Director Roles and Responsibilities and Governance courses are for experienced and newly appointed Company Directors who want to ensure that they know and understand the Board Director roles and responsibilities and are complying with all of the relevant laws and regulations. The Chairman of the Board of Directors, along with all other Executive and Non-Executive Directors, will benefit from these courses.

They are very practical courses with extensive discussions around case studies that highlight common Boardroom dilemmas. A common potential conflict of Interest situation is that of Subsidiary Board NEDs with Executive roles in Parent Companies. These courses will enable you to resolve such matters to make sound Board decisions, which fully comply with your statutory duties as a Director.

The Director Roles and Responsibilities training course will enable you to define, analyse and interpret the legal and governance issues inherent in any business scenario. Topics that are clearly explained include the Companies Act 2006, Effective Boards, Board Director Roles and Responsibilities, UK Corporate Governance Code, Board Committees, the Memorandum and Articles of Association, Companies House requirements, the Insolvency Act, Liquidations, the Director Disqualification Act, Director Pay, Shadow Directors, De Facto Directors, NEDs, iNEDs, Parent Company Interests versus Subsidiary Board Interests, Director Statutory Duties, Strategic Financial Management, Risk Management, Dividends, Board Resolutions, Effective Board Meetings, Voting requirements and much more.

Institute of Leadership and Management approved training centre. The 2-day course can be spread across two separate non-consecutive days.

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The Corporate Governance Director Responsibilities Training Course provides comprehensive coverage of the corporate governance knowledge, roles and responsibilities necessary for directors.

The Corporate Governance Director Responsibilities training course will enable you to define, analyse and interpret the corporate governance issues inherent in any business scenario.  It will clearly explain the legal requirements of the Companies Act 2006, the seven statutory duties of directors, the latest version of the UK Corporate Governance Code, the personal and corporate insolvency issues surrounding directors and key aspects of other offence specific laws applicable to company boards.

Topics covered include the Companies Act 2006, Effective Boards, Board Director Roles and Responsibilities, UK Corporate Governance Code, Board Committees, the Memorandum and Articles of Association, Companies House requirements, the Insolvency Act, Liquidations, the Director Disqualification Act, Director Pay, Shadow Directors, De Facto Directors, NEDs, iNEDs, Parent Company Interests versus Subsidiary Board Interests, Director Statutory Duties, Strategic Financial Management, Risk Management, Dividends, Resolutions, Meetings, Voting requirements and more. Best Practice will be shared for some of the factors that facilitate Effective Boards.

These training courses are designed for both experienced and newly appointed Company Directors who want to ensure that they know and understand the collective board Corporate Governance responsibilities, as well as the individual Corporate Governance and other responsibilities of directors and are complying with all of the relevant laws and regulations.

Institute of Leadership and Management approved training centre for Leadership and Management courses.

To ensure that the directors attending this training course will get the maximum possible benefit from their time and that the discussions will be at their most effective; the delegate numbers are limited to a maximum of 8.

Formal Certificates of Professional Development will be issued to participants who successfully complete this training course.

These courses are recognised for CPD purposes by most professional institutes and associations including the Institute of Leadership and Management, the Institute of Directors, the Law Society, the CIM, the CMI, the ICAEW, the Institute of Learning and the CIPD. Formal Certificates of Professional Development will be issued to all participants who successfully complete this course.

Please Click Here to explore running these as an In-House Courses   For in-house or internal courses, a Scottish version of this course is available.