Webinars

Good Governance Principles in TAFE Modules

All delegates must be registered to be able to participate in training and to be eligible to receive qualifying hours


  1. Governance for Directors
  • Explain the role and key functions of the TAFE board and its directors
  • Explain the purpose and essential features of corporate governance
  • Discuss the key duties, responsibilities and rights of TAFE directors
  • Illustrate the consequences of breaching directors? duties and responsibilities
  • Consider the relevant regulatory frameworks applicable to boards and directors
  • Identify relevant board meeting protocols and procedures (including the use of committees)
  • Outline the use of KPIs in monitoring board performance
  • Explain how to make an informed decision when considering joining a board

(75 minutes)

  1. Introduction to Financial Statements for Directors
  • Interpret the financial statements
  • Illustrate TAFE directors? statutory obligations in relation to reporting financial performance
  • Demonstrate the importance of good cash management
  • Outline directors? duties with regard to financial statements and systems

(40 minutes)

  1. Introduction to Strategy and Risk for Directors
  • Understand the role of the TAFE director in setting strategy
    Apply commonly used strategic planning and monitoring tools and frameworks
  • Identify key causes of strategic risk and how those risks can best be treated
  • Describe the risk appetite of an organisation
  • Illustrate the link between risk management, risk culture and effective leadership

(45 Minutes)

 

Presented by: Rosina Hislop

Rosina Hislop started her career as a chartered accountant in the UK. Prior to establishing a boutique management consultancy, Rosina was a partner at Ernst & Young where she was a leader in the strategy and risk practice for South Australia. Rosina has worked with leading global companies on their corporate strategy, business-model innovation and finance systems, including the lead commercial advisor for the sale of a $12 billion business. 

As well as global corporates, Rosina works with government and smaller private and not-for-profit organisations and current board directorships include:

  • SA Health
  • Principals Australia Institute
  • Seymour College
  • Volunteering Strategy for South Australia (chair)
  • Local Government Association of South Australia (independent chair of the audit committee