Explore Chairmanship skills over two Zoom sessions.
Who should come?
The training is aimed at experienced Councillors, especially those considering becoming the Chairman/Vice Chairman of their Council or Chairman of a Council Committee.
|Event date||Mon 21 Jun 2021 6:30 pm|
|Event Ends||Mon 21 Jun 2021 9:00 pm|
|Registration closes||Thu 17 Jun 2021 8:00 am|
|Notes||£50 to Member Councils - register 21 June session to attend both.|
|Location||WALC Zoom Room|
|Event Categories||Specialist Council Training|
|Session 1: Wednesday 21 June 2021||
We examine the role of Chairman prescribed in Law, looking at responsibilities and duties, concluding with what is a good / bad chairman?
Next we look at Chairing meetings, encouraging discussion and reaching a decision. Working within Council policies, and guidelines, setting a business like structure
|Session 2: Monday 12 July 2021||
Styles of leadership, developing Councillors and Staff skills, increasing knowledge. Ways of handling conflict and motivation. The Team form a strategy……
A budget for action, setting the precept, working with and for the Community.
Both sessions will close at 9.00 pm
4 CPD Points
for attending all 4 parts
Record of attendance at training events is required when applying for the Local Council Awards Scheme
£50.00 per delegate for Member Councils
Non-member fee £100.00
This fee covers both sessions
|Help with Delegate’s Fees||
WALC will subsidise member councils
Help with Delegate’s Fees WALC will subsidise member councils
PLEASE ENSURE YOU HAVE THE AGREEMENT OF YOUR COUNCIL TO PAY THE COURSE FEE
Any delegate cancellations
must be received in writing 5 days before the event for a full refund of the fee. Substitute delegate(s) may be named at any time up to the event.
|Terms and Conditions of Registration||
|To attend this session||
you will need
A Zoom account (a free account is fine). please ensure you register for the event in the usual way using the same email address you use for your Zoom account.
A suitable device for attending the session with a speaker, camera and microphone; laptops and tablets are ideal.
Kim has over 10 years’ experience in the local council sector, initially as a council clerk, then as a councillor and County Officer for Gloucestershire, where she developed and instigated advice and training for councillors and clerks.
Seeing numerous changes, she has incorporated many new ideas and details into her courses to enable her attendees to ‘hit the ground running’ with enthusiasm and knowledge.