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Upcoming Events

Burial Law and Management

Published: 15 Nov 19

Join our KALC legal consultants for a "Best Practice" workshop on 19 February 2020. Read More...

Introducing Allotment Law and Management

Published: 8 Oct 19

Back for the New Year. Our workshop for Councils with Allotment provision! Read More...

Website Accessibility Regulations Workshop

Website Accessibility Regulations Workshop

Published: 8 Oct 19

KALC is delighted to launch two identical workshops on the Web Accessibility Regulations that came into force on 23 September 2018. This one is on 20 January 2020 Read More...

Website Accessibility Regulations Workshop

Published: 8 Oct 19

KALC is delighted to launch two identical workshops on the Web Accessibility Regulations that came into force on 23 September 2018. This one is on 24 January 2020 Read More...

CiLCA Preparation 2019

Published: 7 Oct 19

Did you come to our CiLCA sessions this year? This is for you! Read More...

Minute Taking Workshop

Published: 7 Oct 19

Make sure your minute taking is up to scratch and uses best practice for the job... Read More...

The Dynamic Councillor - Last Post Election Event!

Published: 4 Oct 19

Join us for our last Post Election Dynamic Councillor Event at New Romney Town Council on 16 December... Read More...

Dynamic Councillor Workshop

Published: 18 Mar 19

Saturday 23 November 2019. Lenham Community Centre. Morning Event Read More...

Dynamic Councillor Workshop

Published: 18 Mar 19

Thursday 5 December 2019. The Old Fire Station. Cranbrook. Afternoon Event 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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