The most important ingredient of good pension scheme governance is the people who provide it: pension scheme trustees. They play an important, complex and rewarding role in delivering good outcomes for scheme members.
Our introduction to trusteeship courses help new trustees and people interested in becoming a trustee to understand their role and responsibilities and the issues they’ll deal with – and put it into practice with boardroom simulation exercises.
Class sizes are small, participation is high and the instruction is expert. Through group work, case studies and an open and supportive learning environment, we’ll improve attendees’ knowledge and impact and make them the best trustees they can be.
Our training qualifies for up to 15 hours per course CPD under the PMI CPD Scheme and may qualify for CPD hours under the schemes of other professional bodies.
INTRODUCTION TO TRUSTEESHIP PART 1 - THE THEORY
Our expert, independent trainers take trustees with less than 12 months’ experience – including no experience at all – and anyone needing a refresher through how pension schemes work, what is expected of them and how to apply good scheme governance. More
INTRODUCTION TO TRUSTEESHIP PART 2 - THE PRACTICE
With support and guidance from independent experts, trustees with some experience will take part in boardroom simulations to learn how to approach the issues they’ll face in their roles. More
INTRODUCTION TO TRUSTEESHIP PART 3 - THE expert
This course is aimed at those who have been in their trustee roles for two to three years, who are familiar with the basic principles of trusteeship and accustomed to attending trustee meetings - but who are keen to hone their skills and improve their effectiveness as a trustee. More