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Upcoming Events

Chairing Virtual Meetings: Skills for Councillorss

Chairing Virtual Meetings: Skills for Councillorss

Published: 29 Oct 20

Join Breakthrough Communications in association with KALC for a workshop on the skills you need to chair a virtual meeting. Read More...

KALC Annual General Meeting - Saturday 28th November 2020

KALC Annual General Meeting - Saturday 28th November 2020

Published: 15 Oct 20

The KALC Annual General Meeting (sponsored by Came & Co) will be held ONLINE on Saturday 28th November 2020 commencing at 9.20 am for Registration for a 10.00 am prompt start. All details and supporting papers have been issued to the Council Clerk by email on Thursday 15th October 2020. Please refer to the Members Area of the website (KALC/Annual General Meeting) where you will also find the papers. Read More...

New Free Event Launched! KALC Net Zero and Environment Brief. 3 November 2020

New Free Event Launched! KALC Net Zero and Environment Brief. 3 November 2020

Published: 9 Oct 20

Our climate is changing rapidly. This is a free workshop to explore the issues we face in Kent and Medway now and in the future. NOW BOOKING... Read More...

The Dynamic Councillor: KALC

The Dynamic Councillor: KALC's Foundation Training for the New Councillor - 5 November 2020

Published: 29 Sep 20

Join Clive Powell for our foundation workshop - The Dynamic Councillor. Not to be missed for the new Councillor or those needing a refresher Read More...

The Dynamic Councillor: KALC

The Dynamic Councillor: KALC's Foundation Training for the New Councillor - 3 December 2020

Published: 29 Sep 20

oin Clive Powell for our foundation workshop - The Dynamic Councillor. Not to be missed for the new Councillor or those needing a refresher Read More...

Training

The KALC Executive Committee strongly encourages all Councillors and Clerks to undertake training and for the Council to ensure that it has a training budget and training policy and plan in place.

The Association has a long history of providing a comprehensive range of quality training to member Councils for new and experienced Officers and Members. The full-day Conferences consist of both formal papers and modular training with a maximum of 100 delegates in attendance, which provide excellent networking opportunities and learning about new initiatives and projects and updates on legislation. The half-day modular training for up to 30 delegates is also available on demand by area at flexible times.

With the constantly changing nature of the sector, new courses are frequently added and suggestions for future events are always welcome.

Please use the information above to plan your own Local Councils training programme for officers and members.


Please note that all of our training carries Continuing Professional Development (CPD) points.

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