May masterclass series: 24-26 May
We are pleased to announce that registrations are now open for 3 masterclasses to be held between Tuesday 24 and Thursday 26 May. Our masterclasses are interactive, and we encourage group discussion and shared experiences. You’ll have direct access to a subject matter expert to answer your questions.
In this masterclass aimed at officers, we’ll present a series of hypothetical examples. Participants will be invited to identify risks, suggest preventative policies and ways to encourage their committees of management to achieve best practice compliance.
In this masterclass we are going back to the basics. Aimed at financial professionals who have recently joined our jurisdiction and new officers, the ROC’s Financial Reporting Specialist will explain the financial reporting essentials.
Minute-taking is essential to the good governance of registered organisations. Unfortunately, it’s not uncommon for officers to be asked to take on this important role with no experience or training about how to record minutes. We’ll highlight some of the dos and don'ts of minute-taking and best practice strategies.
Our masterclasses follow the success of our online Q & A panels and workshops, which the ROC has delivered on different compliance topics since 2020. We look forward to meeting you online at one (or more!) of our May masterclasses.
Links to previous workshops
These are a great tool to assist your organisation with its ongoing compliance. Each workshop contains an audio recording (approx. 1 hour) with detailed questions, answers, hypotheticals and examples to help you understand the topic of the workshop. There are also links to relevant documents that are mentioned in the audio. The workshops can be accessed at any time and are aimed to assist officers, administrators and members of registered organisations.
These are records of in person events that the ROC has held to assist organisations with their compliance. The workshop will have details of the speakers and links to the handouts. These events are not recorded and are a point in time reference.
Information Workshop Questions and Answers
Many questions have been asked at the information sessions and workshops about specific circumstances, particularly in relation to corrupting benefits and disclosure obligations for bargaining representatives. The ROC cannot provide legal advice about how the law applies to individual specific circumstances, however our tools and resources on a range of topics might assist organisations and their branches to identify issues they need to think about.