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AoC Governance Finance Masterclass Series – Autumn 2022

Venue: Online via Zoom

Date: 01 November 2022

Time: 16:30 - 18:00

Fee: Starting from £45 + VAT per AoC member per session

We are back by popular demand!

AoC has designed a series of five governance finance masterclasses to give college governors a solid understanding of the complex nature of college finances, support on the questions they should be asking in their board meetings and the tools to understand how and when to raise concerns and offer input.

These sessions have been created and will be led by Andrew Tyley, a leading expert in further education funding and a Deputy Further Education Commissioner.

All sessions will take place from 4.30-6pm, online.

• 1st November – Introduction to FE Finance

• 8th November – Interpreting management accounts

• 22nd November – Cashflow forecasts and loans

• 29th November – Financial health grades and FEC benchmarks

• 6th December – Funding and data

All sessions will include interactive presentations, small discussion groups and Q&A.

Spaces for each session are limited to 40.

Sessions are £45 per person, per session for member college delegates and £75+VAT per person per session for non-members. Delegates can choose to attend as many or as few sessions as they wish.

For AoC members, the discount automatically applies at checkout.

More about Andrew Tyley
Andrew Tyley
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Andrew Tyley was appointed Deputy Further Education Commissioner in September 2016. He is a CIPFA qualified accountant with lots of experience in the FE sector and a particular specialism in college finance. He has also worked on a range of high-profile college recovery plans prior to taking up his post. Andrew’s previous roles include: • Finance Director and College Principal at Walford & North Shropshire College • Finance Director at Harper Adams University • FE and Company Secretary for the Adult Learning Inspectorate • Management Consultant for Price Waterhouse
Andrew Tyley photo

Testimonials from past masterclasses

"Well presented and interactive. Group size meant all could contribute. Learnt a lot and good networking opportunity too." Mark Bass, Vice Chair of Corporation, Barking & Dagenham College

"A very interesting seminar which explained the yardsticks to use." Edward Weiss, Governor, Buckinghamshire College Group