Professional Development

LGPro provides a broad range of professional development opportunities for people working at all levels in Local Government.

This includes:

  • An extensive number of Local Government specific programs
  • Conferences, forums and seminars
  • Awards
  • Sector Secondment Program
  • Online Learning courses
  • Special Interest Groups connecting people working in similar roles across the sector

The Professional Development Calendar for January - June 2021 has something for everyone.

Our professional development offerings draw on expertise from in the sector, our corporate partners and expert research/academic contacts and facilitators to deliver quality, relevant and affordable professional development.

LGPro is here to support its members and the professionalism of the sector – no matter what challenges its presents.

  Download the Professional Development Calendar January - June 2021





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22 April 2021
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Behaviour Change Network SIG meeting

Online Via Zoom



Last Day to register

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BCN220421
ILG210429
6 May 2021
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Intro To Local Government for Corporate Partners - Online

Online



13 Day/s to register

The half day program is open to all LGPro Corporate Partners.

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ILGCP0521
6 May 2021
, VIC
CARB060521
12 May 2021
ONLINE,

Writing for Influence in Local Government - Online

Online

Online

Only 8 places left

This online workshop provides those who write or authorise Council reports with the skills necessary to report effectively.

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WFI210512
ILG210519
9 June 2021
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VOL090621
SIP160621
21 June 2021
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Activity Centres & Place Managers SIG meeting

City of Casey Visiting Narre Warren Fountain Gate



Kicking off at Narre Warren Station the group will explore Narre Village shopping precinct, discuss placemaking and investment attraction in the Narre Warren Business Park and then move towards the award winning Bunjil Place the City of Casey's $125 million civic precinct. Here you will see an example of public square and urban screen in action and discuss the complexities of working with Westfield as an adjoining stakeholder.

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TC210621
ILG210622
23 June 2021
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PROC230621
23 June 2021
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Core Financial Skills Online Training 9.30am - 12pm

Online



Only 13 places left

This workshop is designed to support non-finance professionals working in Local Government to perform their financial planning and reporting responsibilities. The major areas covered are: - Understanding the legislation and office obligations in regard to the preparation of the key planning and report documents - Learning the key accounting concepts and financial terms - Undertaking effective budgeting, monitoring, forecasting and reporting

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CFS210623
ILG210705
ILG210726
ILG210802
10 August 2021
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VOL100821
ILG210823
25 August 2021
ONLINE,

Writing for Influence in Local Government - Online



Online

Only 15 places left

This online workshop provides those who write or authorise Council reports with the skills necessary to report effectively.

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WFI210825
6 September 2021
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Activity Centres & Place Managers SIG meeting

City of Monash Visiting Glen Waverley



Experience parklet and outdoor dining innovations in Glen Waverley. Community safety is imbedded into the place making team at Monash and is a key ingredient in making better and safer places. The team will share a number of place and safety matters they have tackled including, a coordinated Council/Police response to criminal activity; safety audits, use of crime stats, rough sleepers and the development of a Glen Waverley Safe Precinct.

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TC060921
17 September 2021
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PROC170921