As is so often the case, the answer is “yes and no”.
Because of our unique structure to assure consumer control (which is required by the Rehabilitation Act as amended), our boards and councils are unique. Not very many non-profit boards are made up of people eligible for services. Because society lags behind, many of our members are serving on their first board, and need training in how to be on a board. As I have said many times, we (the Independent Living Movement) must assure opportunities for people with disabilities to serve on our boards, and other boards, too. Our website has some great training about and for boards and councils. Some of these are training around the history and philosophy of Independent Living, something the IL-Net has developed for all board and staff of CILs and SILCs. Some items, though, would fit almost any board. Here are a few more generic topics from an IL perspective:
Financial Management (a key fiduciary responsibility)
I have mentioned Blue Avocado before, but here is a great article about ethics from their perspective called Alligators in the Boardroom.