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Audit Committees - General Overview

Governance

Duration: Half day
Investment: $385 incl GST
Delivery: Webinar
 

 

Target Audience

Audit Committee Members, Elected Members and council staff  
 

 

Overview

The role of an Audit Committee is important to understand. This session provides a broad overview of the legislative and practical responsibilities of an Audit Committee as part of council’s leadership and good governance obligations.
 

 

Facilitator

David Powell, Managing Director, Powell & Co
David has over 36 years’ experience as a Chartered Accountant including 25 years in Big 4 accounting firms with 10 years as a partner.  He consults to clients in a range of industries on IT audit, risk management, internal audit, probity and corporate governance. 
David is currently the Presiding Member of the Audit Committee for City of Adelaide, City of Burnside, City of Onkaparinga, Roxby Downs Council and a member of the Audit Committee for Southern Region Waste Resource Authority.
 

 

Additional Information

If you would prefer to attend the full 3-hour session (which includes the additional hour 'Mock Meeting' at the end of the General Overview session) please click here.

For further information about the content of this program or to enquire about having this program brought ‘In-House’ to your council or to a ‘Council Hub’ near you please contact LGA Training on 8224 2000 or at training@lga.sa.gov.au.
 
Please understand that by registering you are accepting our policy conditions. For a copy of our policies, please click here.

 

Building Effective Relationships for Elected Members

Business

Duration: Half day
Investment: $385 incl GST
Delivery Options: Face 2 Face
 

 

Target Audience

Elected Members
 

 

Overview

This workshop will unpack the principles of building effective working relationships and understanding team dynamics.

Whether it’s working with fellow elected members, with community or strengthening relations with key stakeholders, participants will learn the skills needed to identify their existing strengths, grow their effectiveness and build a team ethos.
 

 

Additional Information

For further information about the content of this program or to enquire about having this program brought ‘In-House’ to your council or to a ‘Council Hub’ near you please contact LGA Training on 8224 2000 or at training@lga.sa.gov.au.
 
Please understand that by registering you are accepting our policy conditions. For a copy of our policies, please click here.
Please note: Elected Members are encouraged to confirm with their administrators authorisation to register, prior to committing.

 

CEO Performance Reviews and Contractual Obligations

Legal

Duration: Half Day 
Investment: $385 incl GST
Delivery: Face 2 Face & Webinar

 

Target Audience

Elected Members

 

Overview

Chief Executive Officers of local government councils are accountable to the elected body of the Council. As such, councils are required to conduct frequent CEO performance reviews. 
 
This session will examine how to ensure a high standard of leadership is provided by the council’s CEO by conducting effective performance management and recruitment processes in line with contractual obligations   This session will further examine how the council can provide ongoing guidance and support to the CEO on their performance, and the importance of doing so. 

 

Key Learnings

  • What constitutes performance management
  • Council’s core governance responsibilities
  • Establishment of KPIs
  • Importance of a CEO Performance Management Committee 
  • How to provide accurate, timely and authoritative feedback to a CEO

 

Facilitator

Sathish Dasan, Principal - Employment and Industrial Relations, Governance - Norman Waterhouse Lawyers
Sathish is the Principal in charge of the Norman Waterhouse Employment & Industrial Relations, Insurance, and Governance & Regulatory teams. Sathish has been named as one of Australia’s leading lawyers in Doyle’s Legal Guide for the last ten years and has earned a reputation as one of South Australia’s pre-eminent specialists in the respective fields of industrial relations, local government and administrative law.

Virginia Liu, Senior Associate – Employment and Industrial Relations – Norman Waterhouse Lawyers
Virginia advises local government and private sector clients in a wide range of litigious and non-litigious matters, in the areas of employment, industrial relations and work health and safety law. Virginia regularly design and deliver training seminars, workshops and presentations for council staff and elected members.

The Norman Waterhouse Local Government Team is the largest of its kind in the State and is widely recognised as the leader in the provision of industrial relations, governance, and regulatory services to the local government sector in South Australia.  

 

Additional Information

For further information about the content of this program or to enquire about having this program brought ‘In-House’ to your council or to a ‘Council Hub’ near you please contact LGA Training on 8224 2000 or at training@lga.sa.gov.au.
 
Please understand that by registering you are accepting our policy conditions. For a copy of our policies, please click here.

 

Community Engagement for Elected Members

Business

Duration: Half day
Investment: $385 incl GST
Delivery: Face 2 Face & Webinar
 

 

Target Audience

Elected Members
 

 

Overview

This Community Engagement for Elected Members session will provide an overview and introduction to the LGASA Community Engagement framework that support council’s effective engagement processes. The content has been influenced by the results of a project funded by the LGA Research and Development Scheme into how councils engage communities in Annual Business Planning and Budgets.

The delivery of the training includes the use of a case study and practical methods, examples, and shared learning experiences of community engagement to build understanding of effective engagement practices.

Through interactive activities elected members will enhance their authentic leadership skills and develop their ability to communicate and engage with greater influence; and discover how to use community input to inform decision making.

 

Facilitator

Barbara Chappell is the author of the LGA Community Engagement Handbook and the City of Onkaparinga’s Community Engagement Handbook which won the IAP2 Core Values Award for Best Policy Framework 2007. She holds a Master of Conflict Management. Barbara is licensed to train the International Association for Public Participation (IAP2) Foundations Program and Strategies for Dealing with Opposition and Outrage Management courses.  She has delivered the training across Australia, in Singapore, Jakarta, San Diego and Ottawa. She works with Councils and community groups throughout South Australia to raise awareness of community engagement practices.
 

 

Additional Information

For further information about the content of this program or to enquire about having this program brought ‘In-House’ to your council or to a ‘Council Hub’ near you please contact LGA Training on 8224 2000 or at training@lga.sa.gov.au.
 
Please understand that by registering you are accepting our policy conditions. For a copy of our policies, please click here.

 
Please note: Elected Members are encouraged to confirm with their administrators authorisation to register, prior to committing.

 

Dispute Resolution for Elected Members

Business

Duration: Half day
Investment: $385 incl GST
Delivery: Face 2 Face & Webinar 
 

 

Target Audience

Elected Members 
 

 

Overview

Dispute resolution is a critical leadership skill. This interactive session explores the factors that drive conflict and offers ways to effectively intervene and facilitate positive outcomes in difficult situations. 

Both the legislative and non-legislative framework used in the resolution of disputes will be addressed. Participants will have the opportunity to improve their ability to identify conflict in its early stages, allowing time to respond with confidence and the capacity to effectively manage situations before they escalate.         
 

 

Additional Information

For further information about the content of this program or to enquire about having this program brought ‘In-House’ to your council or to a ‘Council Hub’ near you please contact LGA Training on 8224 2000 or at training@lga.sa.gov.au.
 
Please understand that by registering you are accepting our policy conditions. For a copy of our policies, please click here.

Please note: Elected Members are encouraged to confirm with their administrators authorisation to register, prior to committing.

 

Effective Decision Making for Elected Members

Business

Duration: Half day
Investment: $385 incl GST
Delivery: Face 2 Face

 

Target Audience

Elected Members
 

 

Overview

This program is designed to assist Elected Members who wish to enhance and refine their decision making skills.

‘Culture eats strategy for breakfast' - Peter Drucker

Elected Members have the ability to shape the environment in which decisions are made upon which the success of a council depends. Good decision-making is the foundation of a council's success and the only way a council can maximise the probability of achieving its objectives in an increasingly competitive, complex and uncertain world. 

This one-day program provides Elected Members and council staff with the skills, tools and strategies to assist in creating and growing a culture of effective decision-making.

Outcomes of this training include improved council performance for the more effective delivery of community value.
 

 

Additional Information

For further information about the content of this program or to enquire about having this program brought ‘In-House’ to your council or to a ‘Council Hub’ near you please contact LGA Training on 8224 2000 or at training@lga.sa.gov.au.
 
Please understand that by registering you are accepting our policy conditions. For a copy of our policies, please click here.


 
Please note: Elected Members are encouraged to confirm with their administrators authorisation to register, prior to committing.

 

Emotional Intelligence 101 for Elected Members

Business

Duration: 1 Day
Investment: $605 incl GST
Delivery: Face 2 Face

 

Target Audience

Elected Members
 

 

Overview

Emotional intelligence is the capacity to be aware of, control, and express one’s emotions, and to handle interpersonal relationships judiciously and empathetically.

Elected members who develop their emotional intelligence skills will find that they can navigate some of the more challenging parts of their role with greater ease. In this interactive session participants will learn practical mindful-based leadership skills to grow self-awareness, resilience, reduce stress, improve focus and be more effective when working with others. 
 

 

Additional Information

For further information about the content of this program or to enquire about having this program brought ‘In-House’ to your council or to a ‘Council Hub’ near you please contact LGA Training on 8224 2000 or at training@lga.sa.gov.au.
 
Please understand that by registering you are accepting our policy conditions. For a copy of our policies, please click here.

Please note: Elected Members are encouraged to confirm with their administrators authorisation to register, prior to committing.

 

Enhanced Public Speaking and Presenting for Elected Members

Business

Duration: Half day 
Investment: $385 incl GST 
Delivery: Face 2 Face & Webinar

 

Target Audience

Elected Members

 

Overview

Being able to communicate effectively is one of life’s most important skills. It allows you to connect with people, to deliver information and to form positive relationships. Communicating in a way that builds trust, respect and engagement with your listeners is becoming more essential than ever before as we adjust to the challenges of today’s fast-paced world where everyone is competing to be heard. In a relaxed and safe setting, learn how to refine your public speaking and presentation techniques so that you become a strong and vibrant communicator, capable of delivering key messages in any forum.
 

 

Key Learnings

  • Preparation: how to start, when to stop;
  • Structure and signposting to help frame a speech/presentation that will resonate;
  • The KISS principle: key messages and talking points that will keep you on track;
  • The importance of words and phrasing that are clear and easy to understand;
  • Speech rhythm, tone and inflection to ensure your audience stays engaged;
  • Analogies and anecdotes to explain complex ideas and statistics;
  • Presentation and demeanour support to build on image and brand;
  • Body language – the tricks and pitfalls; and Insider tricks of the trade.
 

 

Facilitator

Georgina McGuinness, Director – McGuinness Media
Georgina is an experienced media relations, government relations and stakeholder engagement executive, who has forged a career of more than 30 years in communications. For 25 years, Georgina presented Adelaide’s premier weekend news bulletin on Channel 9. Away from the news desk, she was also a senior journalist, sub-editor, producer, chief of staff and documentary presenter. Georgina has received awards for TV journalism and participated in a news presenter exchange with Adelaide’s sister city, Austin, Texas. More recently, Georgina has been a speech-writer to two State Opposition Leaders and Senior Communications Adviser, to then Leader of the Opposition (and current SA Premier) the Hon Steven Marshall MP.

This unique background across media and government has allowed her to establish a wealth of experience and expertise in communication, stakeholder engagement, key message development, publicity, branding and presentation.

In April 2014, she established McGuinness Media and in the five years since, she has experienced strong and growing demand for her services.
 

 

Additional Information

For further information about the content of this program or to enquire about having this program brought ‘In-House’ to your council or to a ‘Council Hub’ near you please contact LGA Training on 8224 2000 or at training@lga.sa.gov.au.
 
Please understand that by registering you are accepting our policy conditions. For a copy of our policies, please click here.

 
Please note: Elected Members are encouraged to confirm with their administrators authorisation to register, prior to committing.

 

IAP2 Foundations in Public Participation

Business

Duration:  5 Days
Investment: $2310 incl GST
Delivery: Face 2 Face
 

 

Target Audience

Elected Members, Officers and Managers in the Community Engagement, Community Development, Community Services, Planning and Development and Strategic Planning areas.

 

Overview

The landscape of global public participation and community engagement is changing. A proven framework for public participation has never been more essential. People want and need to be engaged as decisions are made, and the process must happen in a respectful, positive, and effective way that creates the best possible outcomes for all concerned. That’s where International Association for Public Participation (IAP2) Federation comes in.

 
The IAP2 Federation has streamlined and refined its highly-regarded and innovative flagship certificate course to meet today’s challenging climate. Whether you are new to the public participation process or an advanced practitioner, this new training will provide you with the structure, techniques, and knowledge you need to be successful.

The hands-on design of this program and the expertise of the IAP2 Federation Licensed Trainers ensures that you receive the very best public participation and community engagement training available globally.

The program is divided into two (2) Modules.
A three (3) day 'Planning' module and a two (2) day 'Techniques' module.

 

Planning Module – 3 days

The three-day 'Planning' module provides an introduction to the foundations of effective public participation including decision process steps; how to select levels of participation, identify and clarify the roles and responsibilities of decision-makers and communities; and an introduction to the selection of techniques and development of a community engagement plan. The program has a project management base supported by community engagement and development principles. It helps project officers who are responsible for council’s infrastructure to understand the needs of communities; and it helps community development officers to integrate community needs within a project management structure. The program broadens the perspective of council officers and increases their capacity to work effectively with community members.
  • The public and their roles in participation
  • The integration of project management with community engagement and community development practices
  • How to set clear objectives to achieve public participation goals
  • How to develop a public participation plan including communication aspects of public participation
  • How to identify appropriate evaluation tools to measure the effectiveness of public participation
  • A variety of public participation engagement and communication skills; and techniques including active listening, empathy, managing difficult conversations and risk communication.
 
The Planning module needs to be completed before the Techniques module.

 

Techniques Module – 2 days

The two-day 'Techniques' module provides an introduction to a range of practical techniques that can be used at all five levels on the IAP2 Spectrum of Public Participation. The module builds on the learning from the planning module and provides participants with opportunities to reflect on and improve their understanding of the IAP2 approach to public participation.
 
  • World Café, interviewing from a public participation perspective, focused conversations, Citizen Jury, community groups and other techniques of interest to participants
  • How to select techniques to share information, collect and compile information and bring people together
  • How to adapt techniques to suit specific situations and meet public participation objectives.
 
At the completion of this 5-day course, participants will receive an internationally recognised IAP2 Public Participation Certificate.
 

 

Facilitator

Barbara Chappell is the author of the LGA Community Engagement Handbook and the City of Onkaparinga’s Community Engagement Handbook which won the IAP2 Core Values Award for Best Policy Framework 2007. She holds a Master of Conflict Management. Barbara is licensed to train the International Association for Public Participation (IAP2) Foundations Program and Strategies for Dealing with Opposition and Outrage Management courses.  She has delivered the training across Australia, in Singapore, Jakarta, San Diego and Ottawa. She works with Councils and community groups throughout South Australia to raise awareness of community engagement practices.
 

 

Additional Information

For further information about the content of this program or to enquire about having this program brought ‘In-House’ to your council or to a ‘Council Hub’ near you please contact LGA Training on 8224 2000 or at training@lga.sa.gov.au.
 
Please understand that by registering you are accepting our policy conditions. For a copy of our policies, please click here.

 

Mindfulness Based Emotional Intelligence

Business

Duration: 1 Day
Investment: $605 incl GST
Delivery: Face 2 Face & Webinar

 

Target Audience

All Council Staff

 

Overview

More than ever leaders are understanding the value of emotional intelligence; the capacity to be aware of, control, and express one’s emotions, and handle interpersonal relationships judiciously and with empathy.
 
In this program participants will explore the 5 domains of emotional intelligence outlined in Daniel Goleman's book "Emotional Intelligence”:
  1. Knowing one's emotions
  2. Managing those emotions
  3. Motivating oneself
  4. Recognising emotions in others
  5. Handling relationships
The practical mindfulness, emotional intelligence and leadership tools, resources and exercises explored in this program will assist participants unlock their full potential at work and in life.

 

Key Learnings

In this interactive session participants will learn practical mindful-based leadership skills to:  
  • Experience greater overall well-being;
  • Grow self-awareness and emotion regulation;
  • Build resilience and reduce stress in the face of challenges;
  • Improve focus and be more effective when working with others; 
  • Develop empathy and communicate more effectively and
  • Increase focus and attention

 

Facilitator

Bridget Hogg is Principal Consultant at HR Development at Work - Adelaide’s Attraction, Retention and Change Consultancy Creating Workplace Wellbeing and helping job seekers to find their next happy workplace. She has provided impactful programs, insightful consulting and excellent customer service for 20 years in Adelaide.

Bridget holds qualifications in training and assessment, psychology, management, marketing, NLP and strategic intervention and is a Fellow of the GLF Program from the Leaders Institute of South Australia. 

Bridget assists organisations to improve through people. She is a Member of the Australian Human Resources Institute (CAHRI) and the Asia Pacific Institute for Learning and Performance (ILP). 

 

Additional Information

For further information about the content of this program or to enquire about having this program brought ‘In-House’ to your council or to a ‘Council Hub’ near you please contact LGA Training on 8224 2000 or at training@lga.sa.gov.au.
 
Please understand that by registering you are accepting our policy conditions. For a copy of our policies, please click here.

 

Negotiating and Influencing Skills

Business

Duration: Half Day
Investment: $385 incl GST
Delivery: Face 2 Face

 

Target Audience

Elected Members

 

Overview

This program will provide participants with the opportunity to improve their understanding of the strategic negotiation and influencing process.

In this session participants will develop key skills used to implement a structured method to negotiate successfully and enhance their influencing capabilities. They will also learn collaboration techniques to achieve meaningful commitments and manage the stress that can be experienced through a negotiation process.  

 

Additional Information

For further information about the content of this program or to enquire about having this program brought ‘In-House’ to your council or to a ‘Council Hub’ near you please contact LGA Training on 8224 2000 or at training@lga.sa.gov.au.
 
Please understand that by registering you are accepting our policy conditions. For a copy of our policies, please click here.

 

Outrage Management Basics

Business

Duration: Half Day
Investment: $385 incl GST 
Delivery: Face 2 Face & Webinar

 

Target Audience

Elected Members, CEO’s, Community Engagement Officers, and Managers in the Community Development, Community Services, Infrastructure, Planning and Development and Strategic Planning areas.

 

Overview

This course brings together the collective knowledge and experience of outrage management as taught by Dr Peter Sandman and community engagement practices as outlined in the LGA Community Engagement Framework and Handbook. The workshop is highly interactive and uses a range of adult education methods including using case studies, tools and techniques used in community engagement, times for personal reflection, group discussion and application of strategies. During this four-hour workshop participants will discover:

12 factors that lead to outrage:
  • Six practical strategies for managing outrage
  • New behaviours that you can apply immediately
  • A new way of thinking and analysing communications for outrage situations
  • New ways to plan and implement public participation projects where people are outraged

 

Key Learnings

This program will assist participants:
  • Link meaningful and best practices for community engagement with outrage and emotion
  • Understand the principles and concepts of both and how they can work together
  • Understand strategies for assessing and addressing outrage and how to plan for it in your community engagement work
  • Fully participate in the training
  • Express your specific learning needs and give you time to translate that into practice

 

Facilitator

Barbara Chappell is the author of the LGA Community Engagement Handbook and the City of Onkaparinga's Community Engagement Handbook which won the IAP2 Core Values Award for Best Policy Framework 2007. Barbara is licensed to train the International Association for Public Participation (IAP2) Certificate Program and the Dealing with Opposition in Public Participation course.  She has delivered community engagement training across Australia, in Singapore, Jakarta, San Diego, Ottawa and Tel Aviv. She works with Councils and community groups throughout South Australia to raise awareness of community engagement practices.

 

Additional Information

For further information about the content of this program or to enquire about having this program brought ‘In-House’ to your council or to a ‘Council Hub’ near you please contact LGA Training on 8224 2000 or at training@lga.sa.gov.au.
 
Please understand that by registering you are accepting our policy conditions. For a copy of our policies, please click here.
 

 

Outrage Management in Public Participation

Business

Duration: 2 Days
Investment: $880 incl GST
Delivery: Face 2 Face

 

Target Audience

Elected Members, CEO’s, Community Engagement Officers, and Managers in the Community Development, Community Services, Infrastructure, Planning and Development and Strategic Planning areas. 

 

Overview

In these challenging times of environmental, health, cultural, economic and social changes this two-day course assists practitioners dealing with the tough issues facing our communities now and into the future. Anyone working with communities facing complex challenges such as outreach coordinators, consultants and elected officials would benefit by attending and learning meaningful best practices to assess and address outrage in their public participation.

This course brings together the collective knowledge and experience of outrage management as taught by Dr. Peter Sandman and public participation as practiced by IAP2. It is highly interactive and uses a range of adult education methods including case studies, video clips and the tools and techniques used in public participation.

There is space in this program for personal reflection, group discussion and application of strategies. Participants receive a learning journal to record their reflections and insights and to note what is important for their work. 

Upon completion, you will receive a certificate of completion from IAP2.

During this 2-day course, participants will discover:
  • Six practical strategies for managing outrage
  • New behaviours that you can apply immediately
  • A new way of thinking and analysing outrage
  • New ways to plan and implement public participation projects where people are outraged

 

Key Learnings

This program is designed to help participants:
  • Link meaningful and best practices for public participation with outrage and emotion
  • Understand the principles and concepts of both and how they can work together
  • Understand the differences in the goals and ethics between public participation as practiced by IAP2 and outrage management
  • Develop a common understanding of the foundational concepts and definitions
  • Understand strategies for assessing and addressing outrage and how to plan for it in your public participation program
  • Express specific learning needs and offer time to translate these into practice

 

Facilitator

Barbara Chappell is the author of the LGA Community Engagement Handbook and the City of Onkaparinga’s Community Engagement Handbook which won the IAP2 Core Values Award for Best Policy Framework 2007. She holds a Master of Conflict Management. Barbara is licensed to train the International Association for Public Participation (IAP2) Foundations Program and Strategies for Dealing with Opposition and Outrage Management courses.  She has delivered the training across Australia, in Singapore, Jakarta, San Diego,Ottawa and Tel Aviv. She works with Councils and community groups throughout South Australia to raise awareness of community engagement practices.
 

 

Additional Information

For further information about the content of this program or to enquire about having this program brought ‘In-House’ to your council or to a ‘Council Hub’ near you please contact LGA Training on 8224 2000 or at training@lga.sa.gov.au.
 
Please understand that by registering you are accepting our policy conditions. For a copy of our policies, please click here.

 

Psychological First Aid

Business

Duration: Half Day
Investment: $495 incl GST
Delivery: Face 2 Face & Webinar (includes an additional self guided on-line module)
 

 

Target Audience

Council staff and Elected Members affected or working with communities affected by an emergency, disaster or trauma.
 

 

Overview

Psychological First Aid is an approach to helping people affected by an emergency, disaster or trauma, which aims to reduce initial distress, meet current needs, promote flexible coping and encourage adjustment. This program aims to give participants an understanding of the principles of Psychological First Aid and how and when to provide Psychological First Aid.

Our delivery model comprises the following two components:
  • A self-guided online learning module (completed prior to the live session) which introduces the participant to the principles and elements of Psychological First Aid (approx. 1.5hr)
  • An interactive, live online webinar which builds on knowledge gained through the online learning module to provide practical skills and confidence to provide Psychological First Aid in a professional, safe and sustainable manner (approx. 3hrs) 

 

Key Learnings

  • Psychosocial impacts of crisis events (e.g. emergencies, disasters) and distressing situations (e.g. drought, personal trauma)
  • How to identify common and complex distress reactions
  • How to help promote calm, safety, self efficacy and connection, and instill hope
  • How to provide Psychological First Aid using the "Look", "Listen" and "Link: principles
  • How to look after yourself and others when in helping roles.

 

Facilitator

Red Cross

 

Additional Information

For further information about the content of this program or to enquire about having this program brought ‘In-House’ to your council or to a ‘Council Hub’ near you please contact LGA Training on 8224 2000 or at training@lga.sa.gov.au.
 
Please understand that by registering you are accepting our policy conditions. For a copy of our policies, please click here.

 

Reputation and Media for Elected Members

Business

Duration: Half Day
Investment: $385 incl GST
Delivery:Face 2 Face & Webinar

 

Target Audience

Elected members

 

Overview

Elected members as leaders are responsible for the reputation of council.

In this session participants will gain a greater understanding of media dynamics and learn methods to proactively manage media in context of their role.
 

 

Additional Information

 
For further information about the content of this program or to enquire about having this program brought ‘In-House’ to your council or to a ‘Council Hub’ near you please contact LGA Training on 8224 2000 or at training@lga.sa.gov.au.
 
Please understand that by registering you are accepting our policy conditions. For a copy of our policies, please click here.
Please note: Elected Members are encouraged to confirm with their administrators authorisation to register, prior to committing.
 

 

Reputation and Media Skills for Mayors and Chairpersons

Business

Duration: Half Day
Investment: $385 incl GST
Delivery: Face 2 Face & Webinar

 

Target Audience

Mayors and Chairpersons

 

Overview

A Mayor or Chairperson is the principal spokesperson for a council.

This session which has been designed specifically for Mayors and Chairpersons, aims to provide participants with a greater understanding of media dynamics and how to positively manage them. 

The workshop will equip participants with the skills to effectively manage media interviews through interactive practice sessions.

 

Additional Information

The LGA is also providing 'hands-on' in-house customised media training sessions for councils.
For further information about this Reputation and Media for Elected Members training, please click here.

For further information about the content of this program or to enquire about having this program brought ‘In-House’ to your council or to a ‘Council Hub’ near you please contact LGA Training on 8224 2000 or at training@lga.sa.gov.au.
 
Please understand that by registering you are accepting our policy conditions. For a copy of our policies, please click here.

 

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