The role of a Company Secretary is an often an administrative one, but nevertheless it is an incredibly important one.Company Secretary's are ultimately responsible for ensuring that the company is properly administrated. Theyare responsible for dealing with Companies House, ensuring that Annual Returns are submitted and informing Companies House of any changes to the Company or its officers (Directors). Additionally, a Company Secretary may also be responsible for arranging company meetings, taking notes, keeping minutes, the distribution of company accounts and arranging the Annual General Meeting (AGM). The one day Company Secretarial Practice training course provides a comprehensive and intensive coverage of the role and responsibilities of the company secretary and is suitable as an introduction to the subject for those new to the role and also as an update on the recent changes. Delegates will learn the key aspects of the following: .Role of the company secretary .What company records and registers must we keep? .What returns should we file at Companies House and when? .Board meetings and minutes .What decisions or transactions require members' approval? .How can member approval be obtained? .How have the changes brought in by the Companies Act 2006 affected the way things should be done. The nextcourse takes place on the 17th October 2012 in Central London and costs only 380 + vat. Delegates will leave the course with a thorough and up-to-date understanding of their duties and responsibilities and the key changes made in the 2006 Companies Act. To find out more or to book a place on the course, contact us on 0800 40 848 40, email us: or book online - Company Secretarial Practice