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    This course aims to give you the skills you need to write effective, clear and concise reports for your managers and your Council. 

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    This program is a partnership between LGNSW and the Institute of Internal Auditors.  The program will assist NSW councils to implement the new risk management and internal audit framework.

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    This one-day practical workshop is designed to give participants an understanding of the importance of minutes for successful governance in informal and formal settings. 

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    This workshop will provide participants with a working knowledge of the diversity of functions provided by Local Government, improving their customer service skills and enhancing internal communication.

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

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    John F. Kennedy could read at 5000 words per minute (wpm) and Jimmy Carter could read at 3000. What about you? What’s your reading speed? The average Australian reads at 220 wpm with 60% comprehension.  We all have the potential to at least double or triple our reading speed and improve our comprehension. And depending on our motivation, read at thousands of words per minute.

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    The most important influence in ensuring a productive meeting is the Chairperson!

    Meetings play an important role in the management of all organisations and are an essential part of good corporate governance. They can be a waste of time or very productive and contribute greatly to the success of an organisation. This advanced workshop is designed to enhance the skills of people who chair formal or informal meetings, and concentrates on the finer points of chairing meetings both in the private and public sectors, so that they demonstrate knowledge, leadership and professionalism.

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    This practical workshop is directed towards general managers, directors, human resource practitioners, payroll officers and line managers.

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    With greater community expectations and current line manager accounting responsibilities, managers are increasingly being expected to understand, interpret and explain financial issues as they pertain to their departments or sections.

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    This course will provide you with a practical introduction to the NSW Planning System. It is tailored to property staff working in councils who would like a better understanding of how planning operates in NSW and the issues they need to be aware of when interacting with planners in council.