CiLCA Portfolio – Maesteg
This is a course for clerks and deputies who want to obtain their Level 3, CiLCA qualification. Spread over 4 days, each day of the course covers all the questions within the five sections of the Portfolio of evidence required for CiLCA. Some work will be needed between each course day to write or gather together the evidence needed for the Portfolio submission.
The course explains the background to each question giving you a broad knowledge of all the aspects of the clerk’s work.
SLCC Members – £340 + VAT
Non-Members – £390 + VAT
Claim 10 CPD points for attending this course!
Joining instructions will be sent to you 3 weeks before the event and your invoice will be sent before the event. We advise that, on receipt of the joining instructions, you are liable for any fees incurred in order to attend the event.
10th Sept, 8th Oct, 12th Nov, 10th Dec
9.30am – 4.30pm
Maesteg Town Council,
Town Council Offices,
Study CiLCA & learn the tools to...
- Make confident, informative decisions for your council and your community
- Advise the council on its duties and powers
- Adapt to changing circumstances
- Ensure your council is compliant with proper financial practices
- Set a vision for the future for your council and your community
- Respond to questions and problems with a dynamic, ‘can-do’ attitude
- Advise and support the council as it identifies and implements plans for the future
- And much more!
- Day One: Roles, duties & responsibilities, employment issues, CPD and PR and communication
- Day Two: The General Power of Competence, new legislation and sources of advice, agenda setting and meeting procedures, standing orders and committees and Freedom of information.
- Day Three: Accounting and statutory guidance, budgeting, grant awarding policies, insurance, sources of advice on financial matters and VAT.
- Day Four: The planning framework, effective observations on planning applications, partnership working, funding sources and community engagement.
Who should attend?
CiLCA is suitable for all officers working with local councils. Councillors and officers of advisory bodies have also taken CiLCA in the past. CiLCA is flexible enough to suit candidates from the diversity of local councils.
When a council’s chief officer (or clerk) has CiLCA , s/he is qualified in England for the purposes of the Local Council Award Scheme (Quality and Quality Gold) and eligibility for the council to use the general power of competence.
Meet the Trainer – Paul Egan
Holds the CiLCA qualification and has been the Clerk to Llandough Community Council for 35 years. He is also the Deputy Chief Executive of One Voice Wales and has responsibility for leading on the national training programme for Councillors. In his former career, he was Director of Human Resources/Deputy Chief Officer for the South Wales Probation Service and during his long career in this field he was a member of a range of regional and national policy making groups. Prior to his early retirement he was Acting Chief Probation Officer for the South Wales area. He is currently a Trustee of a local charity and a Director of a private limited company. Since early retirement he has worked as a freelance HR Consultant and for around 2 years was the Corporation Secretary for a Cardiff based College of Further Education. He has always been an advocate of training and development and is committed to helping Clerks successfully complete the CiLCA qualification.
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