This event is packed with best-practice advice, tips and information on your new clerking role.
The role and functions of parish, community and town councils have increased immeasurably and the roles of the modern council officer now cover a range of topics including legal and financial, publicity, events, staff supervision etc. This New Clerk Event will provide you with a basic toolkit to fulfil your new managerial role and serve your community to the fullest.
Join the event to:
Discover how the new clerk support initiative can help you settle into your role
Find the best way of managing your role, responsibilities and working relationships
Understand how to compile lawful agendas including tips on writing minutes
Create your own ‘Clerk’s Year Calendar’ containing key dates and important tasks
Identify your learning pathway using SLCC professional development
The event is open to clerks who have been clerking for 12 months or less and is for SLCC members and non-members. Only £10 + VAT to attend!
Click here to view the programme for the London event taking place on Wednesday 27th February at CCLA, Senator House, 85 Queen Victoria St, London EC4V 4ET
Click here to view the programme for the Sedgefield event taking place on Wednesday 3rd July at Hardwick Hall Hotel, Sedgeﬁeld TS21 2EH.
Your New Clerk Event is generously sponsored by:
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We advise that you do not purchase non-refundable travel tickets to the event until you have received confirmation from the SLCC, which will be finalised 2 weeks before the event. Many travel companies do not offer refunds on advanced bookings and the SLCC will not be held liable in the unlikely event of cancellation.