On this page you will find more details about ORIC's Building Strong Stores workshops.
On this page
This workshop looks at corporate governance for management committees and directors. It will look at the keys to running a successful store such as:
- running your store
- corporate structure
- principles of good governance
- good business practices
- roles and responsibilities of directors
- understanding financial records.
The workshops run for three days, 8.30 to 4.30 pm each day.
|Contact||Freecall: 1800 622 431
|Dates and locations||No courses currently scheduled in 2016–17|
*ORIC may pay for the training including accommodation, meals and reasonable travel costs for participants to attend their closest training.
ORIC does not pay sitting fees and cannot provide child care.
Corporations/employers may wish to reimburse participants for work time loss and ORIC can provide evidence of participant attendance at the workshop if required.
This is residential training and will be held in a central location. Usually the training room and accommodation are in the same venue.
Accommodation will be on a twin share basis. We hope that people will be able to support each other while away from home.
Applications from corporation employees must be supported and signed by the CEO and a director of the corporation.
Participants will also need support from their family or community.
Applications are welcome from store management committees only (not store managers).
Store management committees can nominate two people and a reserve.
This training is not for store managers or staff who work in stores.
Participants need to be committed to the training, have a sense of fun and be willing to work with and learn from others.
It is expected that participants will show respect to themselves, other participants and the trainer. Participants must sign a learning agreement with ORIC.
Seek the support of your corporation and family.
There aren't any workshops of this type scheduled for 2016–17 but you can email firstname.lastname@example.org to express interest in having training organised for your corporation.