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The South West Professional Development Forum will bring officers together for a shared learning experience featuring highly regarded keynote speakers and specialist sessions to provide upskilling and professional development opportunities but will of course be delivered in accordance with current regulations and health advice. The forum program will provide sessions that are designed to inspire and motivate delegates encouraging them to take advantage of opportunities that arise and ... Details
When: August 10–11, 2022
Where: Stay, Margaret River
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The Induction to Local Government workshop will provide you with a greater understanding of local government in WA. The workshop is invaluable for a wide range of people, including employees new to local government, experienced local government employees seeking a refresher on localo government trends, best practices and current information, and local government service... Details
When: August 18, 2022
Where: UWA Watersports Complex
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The WA Age Friendly Communities Priorities Report published last year provided an overview of shared Age Friendly priority areas and highlighted Transport as a key challenge facing older people across all local governments. Its a barrier shared across both metropolitan and regional communities. 'Getting Around' is an opportunity to put Age Friendly transport in the spotlight and move forward our knowledge and understanding of how we can reduce the barriers for older... Details
When: August 18, 2022
Where: The Rise, Bayswater
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The Finance for Non-Financial People workshop will provide you with the essential financial skills for your role in local government. Being able to clearly understand and analyse your financial performance will dramatically improve your decision-making and bolster your value within your local government.The workshop is for people who would like to improve their knowledge of local government financial planing and... Details
When: August 19, 2022
Where: UWA Watersports Complex
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Customer Complaints can be a fantastic source of continuous improvement, innovation, and growth for any organisation. However, complaints are often very costly, time-consuming, and stressful for those dealing with them. With the appropriate Customer Complaints Resolution Process, along with the right interpersonal and communication skills, customer complaints can be an opportunity to improve your service and... Details
When: August 22–23, 2022
Where: UWA Watersports Complex
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What is procurement and how should the process of procurement be undertaken? Local governments have a responsibility to ensure they are following best practice, behaving in an ethical and legal manner, and operating fairly and responsibly when procuring goods and services. Join us for this complimentary webinar with John Filippone, Director at Procurement Plus to explore contemporary procurement practices, best practice processes and effective procurement... Details
When: August 23, 2022
Where: Online via Zoom
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Communication is King! Tools, tips and tactics for excellent communication, whatever your profession.  The Mid-West Branch and the Communications Network are pleased to come together in Geraldton to help empower local government professionals of all disciplines to add to their communications tool kits.

When: August 26, 2022
Where: Geraldton Multipurpose Centre
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When: August 26, 2022
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The digital world is changing the way we work and live, and as community leaders, local governments need to be cognisant that digital transformation is set to play a key role in local government services and operational delivery in the future, local governments need to reassess their business models and move towards a more mobile and agile way of business. The masterclass will comprise two sessions that will provide participants with a unique perspective on the intersection between... Details
When: August 29, 2022
Where: City of Vincent
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Leadership style, organisational culture and power dynamics have an impact on you and your team. It's important to be aware of these influences and understand how you can respond and make a difference. This along with the core elements of coaching and leading your team effectively are the main focus areas of the Ignite Program.

When: September 5–7, 2022
Where: UWA Watersports Complex
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Local governments are involved in many and often complex contract-based relationships. Contract mistakes can be costly and administering them often needs an understanding of both the legal aspects and the required workplace tools and practices to ensure greater success. Contracts rely more on common law (administered by the courts) than written legislation and therefore understanding the Australian contract law principles is essential in managing the risks of unenforceable, or... Details
When: September 19–20, 2022
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Local governments have a constant flow of information that must be communicated in the most efficient and clear way. This workshop will provide participants with an enhanced understanding of key report writing concepts and an improved knowledge of grammar and punctuation essentials.

When: September 19–20, 2022
Where: The University Club of Western Australia
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The Finance for Non-Financial People workshop will provide you with the essential financial skills for your role in local government. Being able to clearly understand and analyse your financial performance will dramatically improve your decision-making and bolster your value within your local government.The workshop is for people who would like to improve their knowledge of local government financial planing and... Details
When: October 14, 2022
Where: UWA Watersports Complex
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This introductory course provides a practical overview of the key processes of the project lifecycle, and introduces the primary knowledge areas such as time, cost, scope and stakeholder management. Attendees will be provided with a useful set of templates to take away, adapt and apply back in their local government.

When: October 17–18, 2022
Where: UWA Watersports Complex
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The Induction to Local Government workshop will provide you with a greater understanding of local government in WA. The workshop is invaluable for a wide range of people, including employees new to local government, experienced local government employees seeking a refresher on localo government trends, best practices and current information, and local government service... Details
When: October 19, 2022
Where: UWA Watersports Complex