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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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Land and Local Government: A SURF People and Sector Connector Gathering

A free half-day SURF event and networking lunch for local authority representatives. About this event This event presents an opportunity for local authority officers with responsibilities for any aspect of place-based regeneration to engage in constructive and informed discussion around the themes of land reform and community land ownership. Land reform is a key policy priority for the Scottish Government,…

Scotland

Engaging “Easy to Ignore” Communities

Our Engaging “Easy to Ignore” Communities training is a free, one-day course that uses the National Standards for Community Engagementalongside the “What Works Scotland” recommendations to delve into methods of outreach, sustainable interactions and more. For more information, or if you have any additional requirements – please don’t hesitate to contact info@centreforequalities.org.uk, or give us a call on 01592 645310.

Scotland

One-day workshops on procurement, management & leadership

If you are looking to develop your knowledge and expertise in procurement or within the disciplines of management and leadership, the Academy’s upcoming one-day workshops are an excellent way to familiarise yourself with the essentials. 

Scotland

Tackling child poverty in North Ayrshire: Challenges & opportunities

Scotland has ambitious targets to reduce child poverty by 2030. Delivering on these targets will require action from national and local government in Scotland, as well as from organisations in the third and private sectors. But what actions will make the biggest difference, what matters most to people living on low incomes, and what do…

Scotland

Scotland’s Democratic Future: Shaping Scotland’s Citizens’ Assembly

The Scottish Government has proposed a Citizens’ Assembly on Scotland’s future, providing an opportunity for greater citizen engagement on issues facing the country. A Citizens’ Assembly in Scotland provides the opportunity to democratically work through complex constitutional issues in a way that fosters consensus and understanding rather than division in society. But what is a…

Scotland

The Mythical Millennial: Managing a Changing Workforce

Workplaces are facing a changing landscape in terms of employment and hiring talent. An ageing population means more generations working together than before, all whilst more young, future employees enter the workforce looking for the perfect job. Brought to you by Young Scot and Developing the Young Workforce (DYW), this free one-day event will address the changing…

Scotland

Tackling Child Poverty in Midlothian: Challenges & Opportunities

Scotland has ambitious targets to reduce child poverty by 2030. Delivering on these targets will require action from national and local government in Scotland, as well as from organisations in the third and private sectors. But what actions will make the biggest difference, what matters most to people living on low incomes, and what do…

Scotland

A Sustainable Future for Urban Scotland

Join an expert panel to consider how we can build a sustainable future for urban Scotland, putting communities at the heart of regeneration.

Scotland

Tackling Child Poverty in Highland: Challenges & Opportunities

Scotland has ambitious targets to reduce child poverty by 2030. Delivering on these targets will require action from national and local government in Scotland, as well as from organisations in the third and private sectors. But what actions will make the biggest difference, what matters most to people living on low incomes, and what do…

Scotland