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Overview of BACH’s elected Regional roles

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Overview of BACH’s elected Regional roles

Overview of BACH’s elected Regional roles

Regional Chair

The role combines attending NEC to represent the views and concerns of all the Region’s Members. They also take information and responses from NEC back to their membership. They must attend most NEC meetings and get the Regional Vice-Chair or Secretary to participate if they cannot. Some Regional Chairs work with local organisations to develop support for their members and learners. BACH states that each Region will organise a termly event, covering CPD and the running of the Region. In June 2022, the NEC decided the Business Manager should give support where required, but see the two roles below.

Regional Vice-Chair

The primary role is to support the Regional Chair with organising the regional events. They should also share the work of communicating with their members. Although the Vice-Chair does not automatically become Regional Chair, it is helpful that they learn the Regional Chair’s role, so they are in a position to stand as Regional Chair or support the incoming Member. 

Regional Engagement Secretary

The primary role is two-fold. Firstly, to support the Regional Chair. Secondly, to communicate with the Members about Region events, Items they wish the Chair to raise at the NEC and share the minutes of the Regional CPD events. Also, to share information on new Additional Members, and people moving or leaving colleges with the Business Manager.  BACH Workers Team, can send out email and provide up to date members details

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