Photograph of Norman WraggThe Chairman of the BCA is first and foremost the guardian of the Association's constitution.  It is especially important to be able to interpret the Constitution in Annual General Meetings. To chair this meeting is the next priority task of the Chairman.

The Chairman's most intensive job is to chair meetings of the BCA Committee. Held twice a year, these always last for at least five hours.  The Chairman must Control the meeting without dominating the discussion.

With the support of his fellow trustees the Chairman may be expected to give a lead in all matters of strategy, and should also be prominent in a public relations role for example to host guests of the Association.

Last but not least, the Chairman is responsible for devising and signing off the Annual Report and the Business Plan.



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