• 28 Margaret St Sydney NSW

     

    Whether reading council's budget, or contributing to/questioning the Operational Plan, councillors have to make many decisions about financial issues in local government.

  • 28 Margaret St Sydney NSW

     

    Leaders today are judged not only on their ability to communicate but on their readiness to understand and adopt new forms of communication.

  • Sydney NSW

     

    This practical workshop has been designed to provide councillors and relevant professional staff with practical techniques to enable them to be more comfortable, confident and effective in dealing with the media.

  • 28 Margaret St Sydney NSW


    Council officials play a vital role in serving local communities. To do this effectively, they need  to uphold the highest standards of behaviour to ensure communities have trust and confidence in local government.

  • 28 Margaret St Sydney NSW

     

    This workshop will provide participants with a working knowledge of the diversity of functions provided by Local Government, improving their customer service skills and enhancing internal communication.

  • 28 Margaret St Sydney NSW

     

    This is a practical skills program focusing on the basic principles of  effective letter and email writing.

  • Multipurpose Room at Narrabri Aquatic Centre, Tibbereena Street, Narrabri

    This forum will offer participants the opportunity to explore the role that councils play in the safe management and regulation of asbestos within their Local Government Areas.

  • Sydney CBD, for venue details contact LGNSW Learning Solutions

     

    Many tasks at the core of a council’s operations require effective engagement - with local communities, the business sector, NGOs and other levels of government.

    The program is designed to give the participants better skills in customer care and a greater understanding of the need for the best possible service.

  • 28 Margaret St Sydney NSW

    This practical workshop will develop participants’ skills in writing persuasive proposals, submissions and grant applications.

  • 28 Margaret St Sydney NSW

     

    John F. Kennedy could read at 5000 words per minute (wpm) and Jimmy Carter could read at 3000. What about you? What’s your reading speed? The average Australian reads at 220 wpm with 60% comprehension.  We all have the potential to at least double or triple our reading speed and improve our comprehension. And depending on our motivation, read at thousands of words per minute.