Strengthen your understanding of the legal obligations and responsibilities of the company secretarial administrator with this programme. Accredited for 18 CPD Hours
Company secretarial duties continue to grow. The seriousness of the role makes it essential to keep up-to-date with changes and new developments
Across six modules the Successful Company Secretarial Administration flexible distance, online learning programme gives practical, easily accessible advice on the role, responsibilities and legal obligations of the company secretary. The course also provides a detailed analysis of a range of legislation such as the Companies Act 2006 which will allow you to further understand the legal implications which could impact upon current business activities.
This flexible distance and online training programme will provide answers to the following key questions and concerns:
It will take you through every aspect of the role and responsibilities from start to finish and ensure that you fully understand the full scope of the duties. This programme stands apart from the competition by dealing with a full range of difficult and potentially damaging issues, as well as the essentials of the company secretary’s responsibilities.
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|Successful Company Secretarial Administration|
|Module 1 - The Role|
|The Position of Company Secretary|
|The statutory registers and execution of documents|
|Module 2 - Everything you need to know about shares|
|Dividends and interest payments|
|Share capital and shareholders|
|The issue of shares and the reduction of share capital|
|Debentures and loan stock|
|Transfer and Transmission of Shares|
|Module 3 - The Mem and Arts and When a Company Goes Down|
|Articles and the Company Constitution|
|Receivership and administration|
|Winding up and striking off|
|Module 4 - Rules and best practice for governing meetings|
|General meetings and members' resolutions|
|Board meetings and the way that directors make decisions|
|Module 5 Dealing with Companies House|
|The confirmation statement|
|Dealing with Companies House|
|Module 6 - Understanding Employment Law/HR Issues|
|National Minimum/ Living Wage|
|Preservation of Records|
Roger Mason FCCA, FCIS, ACIB is a highly experienced company director and company secretary. His early career was with Midland Bank and the Ford Motor Company before becoming Finance Director of ITC Entertainment Ltd. He was, for 14 years, Company Secretary and Finance Director of a leading British greetings card company. He lectures on finance and business matters and has written a number of well respected books.
David Martin FCIS, FCIPD, FioD was a director and secretary of one of the top 250 listed PLC’s for nearly 10 years. David was responsible for a range of disciplines – including personnel, property and insurance as well as statutory and legal requirements and corporate/internal communications (three of his annual reports won national awards). David is an employer’s representative for the panel of members for the Employment Tribunals and a member of one of the Registrar of Companies committees.
Upon course completion all participants are asked to complete a short questionnaire and then issued with a ‘General Certificate of Course Completion’.
You will also have an option to receive the advanced ‘Certificate of Excellence’. Participants are invited to undertake a final external assessment in the form of an online multiple-choice paper. A pass rate of 80% and above is required to ensure that a high level of competence has been achieved within the subject area and to receive this certificate. The final external assessment can be taken up to three time
Participants are required to achieve a pass rate of 80% and above to ensure that a high level of competence has been achieved within the subject area and to receive the advanced ‘Certificate of Excellence’. The final external assessment can be taken up to three times, thereafter the ‘General Certificate of Course Completion’ will be issued.
NB: The final external assessment is an optional appraisal and those participants not wishing to undertake it will automatically receive the ‘General Certificate of Completion’ for their personal development/training profile.
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This course qualifies for the following CPD programmes: