The aim of the session is for delegates to improve their report writing skills and increase their confidence to make the whole process easier and quicker.
Seminar on devolution and local government structures
In-house training from LGIU
Online Training: How to Design and Deliver Training to Elected Members
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This two-hour session has been developed for Chairs, who want to develop their knowledge and skills around the people side of meetings. Set in the virtual world, the programme covers a range of topics focussed on techniques which can encourage participation. The course also features ideas on how to manage over-participation, together with some input…
This programme has been specially written for Councillors and Officers who will be chairing meetings online using platforms such as MS Teams, Google Meet or Zoom.
This 75-minute session has been developed to provide participants with advice and guidance on how to best support meeting chairs.
This 75-minute programme has been developed for participants who would benefit from the opportunity to reflect on the way they manage their own personal safety
Join us on 23 March for a virtual exploration of the future of local government in response to Covid-19. LGIU will use this opportunity to build on our Post-Covid Councils pillar, Towards a new municipalism, which examines possible scenarios for how the way that local government works and delivers services might change in response to…
Join us as we explore how local governments in Australia and the UK are finding innovative ways to deliver improved community wellbeing outcomes against a backdrop of a pandemic and challenging economic climate 7pm AEDT | 8am GMT
Join us for a members-only online discussion of How to Stay Sane in Age of Division by Elif Shafak. Our book club provides an opportunity for a friendly Chatham House discussion of the book, the challenges in your council and what we can learn from each other.
This two-hour session has been developed for officers and members who are keen to establish boundaries in the way they work with colleagues and constituents.
techUK and the Local Government Information Unit (LGiU) are pleased to be working together on a series of events to bring together local government with the tech industry to interrogate and find solutions to some of the biggest challenges our communities and local public services face. Book online The pandemic has highlighted the importance of…