Responsibilities and role of the Trustee Body
The Trustee Body (formerly known as Council) has responsibility for ensuring that ASE works properly as a charity, that the finances are properly regulated and monitored and the appropriate policies are in place. The trustees makes sure that the activities of the Association fit with the strategic plan and takes a long view of the health of the Association. The trustees meets 3 times a year and consists of 11 member trustees including:
- ASE chair, 3 members elected from Education Group, 3 members elected by direct membership vote, 1 representative of the Quality and Audit (Q&A) Committee, 3 appointed members, Chief Executive (in attendance)
Members of the Trustee Body
A member serves as a Trustee for 3 years.
You can find the dates of the next Trustee Body meeting on the ASE Committee Calendar