"We all found this session enlightening and a beneficial discussion on key topics that both boards and service providers need to take into account on the wide ranging topic of governance."
"Going through the Board Apprentice myself last year, the videos were
extremely helpful for the whole duration of the apprenticeship. I
found the information were clearly explained and being able to refer
back to the videos for future point of reference is so valuable. I am
now very confident to apply for any Board of Director position, having
all the tools in hand to do so."
Existing and aspiring directors/board members, company secretarial and compliance staff, lawyers, accountants and other professionals who require an understanding of corporate governance best practice. Some prior knowledge of business administration , accounts and corporate governance codes is assumed.
Board Apprentice is a not for profit organisation working to help boards diversify. GGGovernance is supporting them by offering apprentices free governance training.
We will add new courses and modules on different subjects within governance on a regular basis. The existing ones will be updated when necessary.
Global Governance Group is a governance consultancy working with boards to improve governance. They perform board reviews, board mentoring and practical implementation of governance best practice.
Face to face tutoring
Charlotte has many years experience in training groups and individuals. In addition to the online governance training she also offers face to face individual or group corporate governance training. The training can be tailored to suit the individual needs and level of corporate governance understanding.
Individual training can be relevant for employees of service providers to boards such as company secretaries, lawyers, accountants etc. It can also be relevant for individuals needing a robust insight into corporate governance. This could for example be politicians who, as part of their job, have to also act as directors of the boards of government owned entities. It could also be senior executives raising to board level as part of their career progression.
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