This course consists of three modules of one hour each which cover an introduction to using social media effectively, planning and managing your social media and using images and video effectively.
In-house training from LGIU
Panel discussion on building capacity to use evidence and help end homelessness – LGIU & CHI
Report & Research Centre Launch – A New Settlement: Place and Wellbeing in Local Government
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This 2.5-hour online workshop is an opportunity for Members to develop their understanding of the relationship, the ways in which they can develop their own working relationships with officers and consider how their Council as a whole can move forward.
On 24 June, LGIU and the Centre for Homelessness Impact (CHI) will host a virtual panel discussion on building capacity to use evidence and help end homelessness. Experts across UK local government will come together to discuss using evidence to inform effective and strategic homelessness prevention.
This webinar seeks to clarify what we mean when we say project and demonstrate how a practical approach can be beneficial. And introduces the nine essential parts of any project not just for work but in other aspects of your life as well.
This workshop provides an introduction for both elected members and officers involved in developing responses to the climate emergency and an opportunity to share ideas and best practice.
The LGiU is offering a new service for members to discover more about their individual personality behaviours and traits, including an online test with a personalised profile report and confidential feedback. Psychometric testing is something you may be aware of, you may have even taken a test previously, but do you understand how testing is…
This programme has been developed for Members and Officers who are presently involved in mentoring, or who intend to be in future and would like to develop their skills and knowledge.
2021 requires a re-commitment from local authorities’ leaders and managers to make a significant shift in stepping up to practice inclusive leadership. Being inclusive leaders means making equality and diversity part of everyday work. These two online workshops provide an introduction to equality diversity and inclusive leadership practices.
This is an essential course for Members who need to be able to read and summarise information from written text faster and more effectively. The seminar focuses on the different types of reading styles and encourages better retention of written material through the use of specific techniques.
This is a highly interactive session that has been developed for Councillors and Officers who want to improve their ability to store and retain information.