About the webinar
SFHA has been reviewing its Governance guidance documents, in conjunction with a working group of members. This launch event will provide an overview of the latest documents to be updated
- The Model Code of Conduct for Governing Body Members
- The Model Code of Conduct for Staff
- The Model Entitlements Payments and Benefits Policy
These documents are particularly important to our members – as they provide practical templates and guidance to help organisations meet their regulatory requirements in this regard.
Benefits of Attending
This is your chance to hear directly from the author of the guidance Linda Ewart, who will outline what has changed in the updated documents and how to use each document in practice within your organisation. This will be of particular benefit to senior staff, governance staff and governing body members.
How to book
This webinar is exclusively for SFHA members and it is open to all staff and board members
To book your place use the 'Book Now' button at the top of this page.
You will receive the link for the session around 24 hours before the session is due to start which you will use on the day to access it.
We are broadcasting this session on Zoom.
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- SFHA has considered the 3rd party usage and security of both applications and found these both suitable and applicable to meet our privacy and data protection standards.
- We may also use these recordings for information sharing, promotion and publicity, this also includes social media use. Personal details and identification will never be recorded or shared if it is deemed inappropriate or not for legitimate interests.
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- If you do not wish to be recorded, or details used for as part of this conference, you should inform SFHA staff immediately.
Member Price FREE
Non-member Price N/A
Linda Ewart has provided support to a wide range of housing associations, first in a variety of roles with the SFHA and, in the last ten years, as an independent consultant.Read More
With a background, in policy development and good practice advice, she has experience in many fields and has led sector negotiations on regulatory matters, lobbied government and politicians and influenced legislation and policy.
As an independent consultant, Linda has specialised in housing association governance, working with governing bodies and staff on a wide range of issues including business and strategic planning, policy review and development and regulatory compliance.