Mount Alexander Volunteer Network Governance Training (in-person, Castlemaine)

Date: 02 Sep 2023

Boardroom governance

Boards, Governance and Leadership workshop

This workshop explores the roles and responsibilities of board members. It covers the important fiduciary duties, and takes a dive into the Acts, Regulations, Codes and Policies that apply to organisations governed by a board or committee.

The workshop is a great refresher for the more experienced and a useful induction for new board members. We’ll cover the following, as well as answering all your questions:

  • Responsibilities of board members
  • Fiduciary duties
  • Governance versus management
  • Acts, Regulations, Constitutions and Policies
  • Codes of Conduct
  • Conflicts of interest
  • Risk management and insurance
  • Where to find the information and policies required to fulfil your role

This in-person workshop will take place on:

Saturday, 2nd September 2023, 2pm - 4pm
Location: Castlemaine Community House


(This is a closed invitation event)

Ian Woodruff | Trainer, governance and community leadership

BSc (Hons), Grad Dip in Nutrition and Dietetics, M Public Health, Dip Gov, FICDA

Ian has spent many years developing his expertise and experience in education and healthcare. He has served on the former Dietitians Registration Board, held a directorship with Dietitians Australia, and served as an allied health director at Melbourne's Alfred Hospital.

At the School of Management at RMIT, Ian held various roles from senior lecturer to program director. His next role was at Orygen, a global youth mental health research, policy and education organisation, where he led teams delivering national training programs in mental health. Before joining ICDA, he managed the professional development program at the Australasian College for Emergency Medicine and led the accreditation of hospitals involved in specialist training.

At ICDA, Ian works developing new training materials and delivering programs, including the acclaimed Diploma of Governance.

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