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Being on Board

What being on a Board involves

As a Board member or Chair of a public body you will often be involved in:

Although Board members do not become involved in the day-to-day running of the public body, it is an incredible opportunity to lend your voice and opinion to sbujects that matter to you, whilst gaining new skills and valuable experience.

As part of the role you will take part in discussions, review paperwork, work with partner organisations, overseeing the preparation , approvale and implementation of corporate plans. It is a place for you to have a say and express your ideas, ensuring the organisation delivers on its corporate objectives and runs effectively.

Becoming a Board member could give you the opportunity to: