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Unit Code: AF61WE001
Credit Value: 3
Unit ID: ACH894
Last registration date: 31/07/2014
Expired at review. Last registration date: 31/07/2014
|The learner will
||The learner can
|1. ||Understand and appreciate the purpose of committees and meetings.|
|1.1 ||Describe the key purposes of committee and meetings.|
|2. ||Identify the strengths and weaknesses different styles of running meetings.|
|2.1 ||Describe at least 3 characteristics of good and 3 characteristics of bad meetings.|
|2.2 ||List the main differences between a traditional and facilitative chair person.|
|2.3 ||Describe the strengths and weaknesses of using voting and consensus as means of arriving at a decision.|
|3. ||Describe the structure of a committee and the roles and responsibilities of members.|
|3.1 ||List the main roles and responsibilities of:|
• The Secretary
• The Treasurer
• The Chair
• The ordinary members.
|3.2 ||List the functions of an agenda and draw up an agenda.|
|3.3 ||Present an agenda item and give and receive feedback.|
|3.4 ||List the function of minutes and write a set of minutes.|
|3.5 ||List the stages involved in decision making.|
|4. ||Understand the theory and practice of group work as related to committees.|
|4.1 ||Outline theories and practice of group work in relation to a committee.|
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