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The award provides a benchmark against which governing bodies can assess their effectiveness.
The Golf Union have become a real champion in the promotion of insport to other sports governing bodies and we are grateful for their support.
However, Horse Racing Ireland and the Turf Club, and the ATP World Finals and Tennis Integrity Unit, were not included "due to uncertainty regarding their constitutions as sports governing bodies.
The National Association of Head Teachers (NAHT) said it agreed wholeheartedly with the Ofsted report, released yesterday which revealed that the most effective governing bodies were those which built on good relationships with school leaders to drive forward improvements.
A Governors Wales has advocated for some time that training for chairs (and prospective chairs) of governing bodies should be made compulsory, as the role of the chair is crucial in ensuring that a governing body fulfils its duties effectively.
She said: "Nationally there is only about one missing governor per school and the majority of governing bodies have at least 12 people.
THE IRISH Sports Council last night announced a 10 per cent increase in Government funding for the National Governing Bodies of sport.
Usually, in church governing bodies, it does, both at CoGS and in the membership of the committees that report to council.
Again, since the CPE has yet to be established, is not a commitment to continuous learning, as required by new credential governing bodies proof of an "as-yet-unspecified" requirement?
The Master Executive Councils are the highest union governing bodies at each of these airlines.
Furthermore], they apply equally to all public-sector entities, irrespective of whether [their] governing bodies are elected or appointed, and whether or not they comprise a group .
Mr Davies said if the standards of governing bodies were to be raised, proper training must be given.
If new recruits are not found there will be 123 vacancies for people on school governing bodies in Cardiff by the end of September.
Governing bodies should regularly ask this question in an effort to determine whether the original reason for creating a board still exists, especially with respect to those boards not required by state or federal law.