• NSW Department of Premier and Cabinet, Yuin Room, Level 21, 52 Martin Place, Sydney

    The last Events Network meeting of the year was a great success, with 50 members attending from 23 councils and organisations.

  • Wagga Wagga City Council, Council Meeting Room, Cnr Baylis & Morrow Streets
  • Sydney CBD, for venue details contact LGNSW Learning Solutions


    This interactive session will provide Council staff with the skills, knowledge and confidence to better communicate and connect with their communities on social media.

  • Across NSW

    LGNSW is offering an opportunity for the new team of councillors to come together with their executive to reflect on, discuss and plan the success of the new council term.

  • Throughout NSW

    This one-day workshop will provide you with an understanding of the roles and responsibilities of consultative committees in a Local Government.

  • Sydney CBD, for venue details contact LGNSW Learning Solutions


    Effective writing is talk ‘tidied up’, however many people were never taught the basic rules of grammar and punctuation that help writers achieve this. To give your writing credibility and make sure your message is correct and clear, it is important to understand and apply the rules of grammar and punctuation covered in this course.

  • UTS Aerial Function Centre Level 7, 235 Jones Street Ultimo, Sydney

    /files/imce-uploads/396/Program_Excellence_in_the_Environment_Awards_2017.pdfRecognising outstanding achievements by local government in managing and protecting the environment.

  • Sydney, for venue details contact LGNSW Learning Solutions


    Whether you are trying to break through to supervision, develop skills in leadership or just manage your work/life balance issues better, you will need a little help. This program is designed for women to give you a non-threatening environment in which to explore issues which might be bothering you and holding you back from aspiring to greater achievements at work. At the end of the program you will have a skill set to take you confidently to the next level.

  • Throughout NSW


    Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems (RPAS), also known as ‘drones’, are increasingly capable and adaptable across a range of tasks that are performed by local government. From infrastructure management and vegetation mapping to land use planning and tourism, drones have the capacity to perform many tasks, often saving time and money when used appropriately.

    There are many options variables to consider when determining the best use of drones – the range of technologies available and how they may be used, public safety, current laws surrounding drone operations, contractor versus in-house operations – these are just a few of the issues to address in determining how and when drones may be used in the local government environment. 

  • Wagga Wagga City Council

    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.