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NCCGP

Module Assessments

This webpage is for the pilot of the National Certificate in Clerking and Governance Practice (NCCGP). The NCCGP consists of 10 modules/sessions and there is an assessment for each module and a final examination for the entire course.

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Module 2 Assessment: Legal Responsibilities and Governing in Public Life
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National Certificate in Clerking and Governance Practice (NCCGP)

Module 2 Assessment: Legal Responsibilities and Governing in Public Life

This assessment is for Module Two of the National Certificate in Clerking and Governance Practice (NCCGP) course.

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Category: UK Companies Act 2006

1. Section 174 of the Companies Act 2006 requires directors to exercise:

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Category: UK Companies Act 2006

2. What does Section 175 of the Companies Act 2006 require directors to do?

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Category: UK Companies Act 2006

3. Which section of the Companies Act 2006 discusses the duty to promote the success of the company?

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Category: Ethical Frameworks and Codes of Conduct

4. The UK Corporate Governance Code emphasises:

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Category: UK Companies Act 2006

5. According to Section 173 of the Companies Act 2006, directors must:

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Category: Ethical Frameworks and Codes of Conduct

6. The UK Corporate Governance Code is primarily concerned with:

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Category: Managing Conflicts of Interest

7. The Nolan Principles include all of the following except:

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Category: Managing Conflicts of Interest

8. What should Governance Professionals establish for managing conflicts of interest?

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Category: Managing Conflicts of Interest

9. The Nolan Principles establish ethical standards for which sector?

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Category: UK Companies Act 2006

10. What is the purpose of the UK Companies Act 2006?

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Category: UK Companies Act 2006

11. Section 176 of the Companies Act 2006 is about the duty not to:

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Category: Managing Conflicts of Interest

12. What is the primary purpose of audit committees in the context of conflicts of interest?

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Category: Managing Conflicts of Interest

13. A conflict of interest should be managed by:

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Category: Ethical Frameworks and Codes of Conduct

14. What is the role of audit committees according to the UK ethical standards?

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There are 14 questions and the pass score is 70%

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Module 1 Assessment: Introduction to Governance
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Module 1 Assessment: Introduction to Governance

This assessment is for Module One of the National Certificate in Clerking and Governance Practice (NCCGP) course.

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Category: International Perspectives on Governance

1. Which country's education system features a strong focus on teacher autonomy?

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Category: Governance Theory and Frameworks

2. Resource Dependence Theory in education influences decision-making by:

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Category: Role of Governance Professionals and Clerks

3. The role of governance professionals in addressing contemporary challenges involves:

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Category: Role of Governance Professionals and Clerks

4. In the UK, governance professionals may:

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Category: History and Evolution of Governance

5. Post-WWII education reforms introduced what type of schools altering governance structures toward inclusivity and community participation?

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Category: History and Evolution of Governance

6. The Public Education Acts in the 19th century were significant because they:

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Category: Role of Governance Professionals and Clerks

7. A governance professional in the education sector is responsible for:

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Category: Governance Theory and Frameworks

8. Institutional Theory in education highlights the influence of:

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Category: Governance Today and Into the 21st Century

9. A crucial aspect of education governance involving teachers, students, and the community is:

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Category: History and Evolution of Governance

10. What highlighted the impact of speculative governance in the corporate sector leading to regulatory changes and increased scrutiny?

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Category: Governance Today and Into the 21st Century

11. The Department for Education (DfE) is significant in education governance as it:

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Category: International Perspectives on Governance

12. In which country does the Ministry of Education play a key role in policy formulation and school oversight?

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Category: International Perspectives on Governance

13. Compared to the UK, the US education governance system is:

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Category: Governance Today and Into the 21st Century

14. An important trend impacting governance today is:

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Category: Governance Today and Into the 21st Century

15. In terms of governance structures, academies and multi-academy trusts (MATs):

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Category: International Perspectives on Governance

16. Governance structures in Germany are characterised by:

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Category: Governance Theory and Frameworks

17. Agency Theory in education is relevant because it:

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Category: Role of Governance Professionals and Clerks

18. Which role title is not typically associated with governance professionals?

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Category: Governance Theory and Frameworks

19. Political Governance Theory views governance as:

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Category: Governance Today and Into the 21st Century

20. One of the challenges in education governance today is:

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There are 20 questions and the pass score is 70%

You have a maximum of 2 attempts to pass.