Taking And Presenting Minutes – Part 2 of Quality in Admin Day

Are you responsible for taking minutes?
Are you unsure about the best way to present them?
Do you wonder what to include and what to leave out?
This practical workshop shows you how to make the minute-taking process quicker and easier


This workshop provides lots of practical tips for writing minutes that are accurate, concise and easy to read. You will explore proven strategies for saving time during the minute-taking process, learn how to prepare for meetings and consider different ways of presenting minutes. Suitable for staff, trustees and volunteers who are responsible for taking minutes in any kind of meeting.

We’ll cover

  • Preparing for meetings when in a minute-taking role
  • Taking accurate notes during a meeting
  • Deciding what to include and what to leave out
  • Choosing and designing a layout for your minutes
  • Using stock phrases to save time

Benefits to you

You will leave with a range of practical tools and techniques for more effective minute-taking.

Why not go to the course, ‘Chairing Meetings’, which runs in the morning as well? 10% discount applies on invoicing.

Course Location

Centre Supporting Voluntary Action Chelmsford
Burgess Well House, Coval Lane,

Location Notes

Located in central Chelmsford opposite Halford House. Entry at side of the building past some grey gates. It is an easy 5 minute walk from Chelmsford station and is also close to the bus station. Getting the train to this location is extremely easy if you are on a mainline. We strongly recommend using the train, or if you are driving, the Park & Ride, or for details of car parking see here.  If you choose to drive, use the postcode CM1 1TD for best satnav results.

11 February 2020
1:30 pm - 4:45 pm



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Ticket TypePriceSpaces
1. Voluntary and community organisations, Town & Parish Councils and CICs with over £500,000 income pa£95.00
2. Voluntary and community organisations, Town & Parish Councils and CICs with £100,000 - £500,000 income pa£70.00
3. Voluntary and community organisations, Town & Parish Councils and CICs with less than £100,000 income pa£45.00
5. Statutory & commercial organisations£120.00