Events

LGIU offers many different types of events - ranging from policy roundtables to learning and development online seminars and training courses. We also offer in house training - download programme. Contact barry.obrien@lgiu.org to find out more.

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Online Training: Personal Safety (Lunchtime Special)

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

England & Wales, Global, Ireland, Scotland

Policy workshop: Towards a new municipalism

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…

England & Wales, Global, Ireland, Scotland

An Introduction to Mental Health (lunchtime session)

This webinar has been designed to provide an introduction to mental health, with the aim of understanding more about some of the most commonly diagnosed disorders, as well as provide advice and guidance on how to support ward members who have issues with their mental health.

England & Wales, Global, Ireland, Scotland

Online Training: Beyond Conflict Resolution

A 2-hour session that will equip delegates with the knowledge to successfully escape from high--risk situations when all other means of conflict resolution have failed. 

England & Wales, Global, Ireland, Scotland

Online Training: Understanding Strategic Thinking

These online participative workshops are ideal for managers or specialists who have a strategic role or who are looking to develop a better understanding and skills in the area of longer term planning and strategy.

England & Wales, Global, Ireland, Scotland

Online Training: An Introduction to Transactional Analysis

This two-hour session has been developed for officers and members who want to develop their knowledge and understanding of communication. Built around the Parent – Adult – Child model, this is a useful programme for those who manage tricky conversations with colleagues and members of the public.

England & Wales, Global, Ireland, Scotland