Company Secretary for Assistants
Souters offers Company Secretary Courses for Assistants that are CPD Accredited and delivered by a team of experienced trainers from the law, finance and company secretarial functions.
Why are Executive Assistants involved in this area?
Many of the requirements of a company secretary have a natural connection to the role of an Executive Assistant. In organisations with no full-time company secretaries, organisations encourage Executive Assistants to participate in this vital area of company administration. Executive Assistants in numerous industries are finding themselves involved in this exciting area, which carries a lot of responsibility.
Company Secretary Courses for Assistants
We have developed a three-day training course for Executive Assistants and other administrative professionals. The training programme contains three parts:
- Finance training
- Corporate Law training
- Company Secretarial functions
These three areas combine the skills needed to gain a strong understanding of the Company Secretarial area. The training aims to build confidence in the area and provide the ability for an EA to be proactive and take greater ownership of these responsibilities.
Should I ever be asked about training courses, you will be highly recommended!
Nikki, attendee on Company Secretary Training at Souters
What are Company Secretaries?
CompanySecretaries provide an essential function inside all organisations. A company secretary has to manage a company’s everyday legal administrative process. This means that they need to carry out a series of functions, including:
- Organising boards meeting, annual board meetings and annual general meetings
- Keeping statutory registers
- Preparing official agendas
- Minute Taking for official board meetings
- Ensure filings are made to Companies House, stock exchange or any other register
- Acting as a point of contact with Companies House or a national company register
- Ensuring compliance and timely submissions to Companies House
It is a complex role and fundamental to ensuring your organisation’s statutory and regulatory compliance.