Special Interest Groups (SIGs)

About our SIGs


Are you looking to join a professional network to support you in your daily work, why not join one of our Special Interest Groups (SIGs)?

These groups provide Local Government professionals working in similar fields with a valuable opportunity to network, share best practice, improve practices and knowledge by learning what their counterparts are doing, and learn about the latest developments.

Each SIG is supported by an online community which allows people to share information and find answers to questions and problems, in many cases almost instantly. People who join our SIGs are automatically signed up to a relevant forum so they can start tapping into the knowledge of others. Accessing knowledge from individuals who work in a similar environment is invaluable and should never be underestimated.

If you are unable to attend SIG meetings in person, SIG Members can access the live stream for many of our Special Interest Groups. We also provide a platform through our SIG online communities Resource Libraries, where people from the network can reference and listen back to streamed recordings in their own time; because we also understand that everyone has a busy calendar.

SIG Member Testimonials


   


     Amanda Mills
     Property Coordinator
     Glen Eira City Council
     Property Network SIG 8 years

"I've had fantastic opportunities to meet others in similar roles across Councils. I have been able to learn and hear what other Councils do the same or differently to you within the same field, which is valuable. On top of that there is the excellent learning opportunities on current topics of interest that skilled outside presenters can offer the group." 



   
   Diana McDonald
   Risk Management Coordinator
   Horsham Rural City Council
   Risk SIG 8 years


“As a Co Convenor it is wonderful to see the support that our group gives. The SIG provides a wealth of knowledge to all attendees. On a daily perspective when a policy, procedure, or new system/process is developed there is always someone who has already got one or purchase some type of system and you can get some really honest and appropriate information from them."



   Ruth Kneebone
   Director Corporate Services
   Rural City of Wangaratta
   Corporate Planners Network 3 years


 
“Sharing of resources saves hours in preparation and research. At the Corporate Planners Network, I met a corporate planner from a large metropolitan Council who later provided me with a comprehensive lisiting of performance measures. I am now using these to review and assess our current corporate reporting framework.”



   

    Andrew Mifsud
    Baw Baw Shire Council
    Learning & Development SIG 6 years


    
“Being a part of a SIG expands our networks, knowledge, resources and collaboration effort. Many heads have made better outcomes.”

Active in the SIG Network

  • 6,271 Current Total

Want to join a SIG?


You need to be either an LGPro Fellow, Professional, Young Professional or SIG Member to be part of a Special Interest Group. Our members make it possible for us to support our network of 30 Special Interest Groups.

To join a SIG email us at sig@lgpro.com