The BCA constitution is the main set of organisional rules which defines the membership, governance structure and processes of the BCA.
The constitution can only be amended by a General Meeting. The key areas of the constitution include:
- Purposes and Objectives
- Calling Notice / Deadlines for Proposals
- Business of the meeting
- Meeting Procedure
- Notice of Meeting
- Proposals and Amendments
- Representation and Voting Strength
- Other attendance and speaking rights
The Council has the power to create and amend regulations which are more operational in nature. These include the guidelines and policies.
Regulations may include:
- Guidelines for Council
- Rules and Procedures
- Committee Terms of Reference