During these sessions we intend to give a complete grounding in the work of a parish clerk. Each of the sessions are stand-alone but also build on each other and clerks can attend as many or as few as required.
These events are open to Clerks, Assistant Clerks and Finance Officers
This session will concentrate on finance administration including including book-keeping, spreadsheets, local council accounting software, payment of invoices & petty cash.
|Event date||Tue 10 Sep 2019 9:30 am|
|Event Ends||Tue 10 Sep 2019 1:00 pm|
|Registration closes||Thu 5 Sep 2019 12:00 pm|
|Notes||£15 for member clerks|
|Location||Long Itchington Community Centre|
|9.30am - 1:00pm||
This session will concentrate on finance basics including:
• Finance Administration: spreadsheets, accounting software
This session will accrue 1.5 CPD point
for officers from member councils with a budgeted income of over £6,000
PLEASE ENSURE YOU HAVE THE AGREEMENT OF YOUR COUNCIL TO PAY THE COURSE FEE
Free places for Clerks Toolkit
We are offering 6 Clerk Toolkit Sessions for the Price of 5. When you have booked and paid for 5 toolkit sessions WALC will send you a coupon code so you can book your 6th session for free. This offer is per person and not per council.
For those intending to complete the CiLCA qualification
this session is particularly relevant to units LO6/LO7/ LO15/LO18 & LO19
|Terms and Conditions of Registration||
|With thanks to||
Long Itchington Parish Council
for providing the room and refreshments for this event.
There is a large car park at the Centre but it is shared with the school so is busy between 8.30am and 8.50am
Gill holds a BA (Hons) in Business Studies, and started working for parish councils in 1991 and gaining the Cert. HE Local Policy Studies from Cheltenham and Gloucester in 1995 and a BTec in similar subject from Worcester College. Then, because Gill loves the subject and wanted to share it with a wider audience she took the PTLLS qualification (Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector) in 2009.
Gill has worked for one PC for 11 years, then took a break of 3 years before returning to clerking and have now worked for another 6 councils ranging in size from electorates of more than 5,000 to less than 400.
She has represented Worcestershire as county representative at SLCC’s NEC and is a member of the Institute of Local Council Management, which means that she keeps up to date with personal training and CPD. Currently Gill works part-time for two parish councils as well as delivering CALC training.