Regional Training Seminar – Saltash 2019

Attend your RTS and…

  • Understand the NEW website accessibility regulations – does your website comply?

    This session will cover what you need to do to comply including manual and automated website testing, publishing an accessibility statement and the important compliance date

  • Gain practical tips on writing your press release

    Tips include making sure media stories match and support your council’s brand, finding and emphasising your news values, giving the media want they want and crafting concise, well-structured media releases with a clear call to action

  • Consider cyber insurance to remain secure, vigilant, and resilient

    Did you know that 76% of local councils were affected by cyber crime in 2017? Don’t be one of them, attend this session to understand the risks your council could be exposed to, as well as an overview of cyber insurance and the solutions available

  • Understand the latest legal advice and information

    Put your legal questions to colleagues from Wilkin Chapman LLP, the largest law firm in Lincolnshire and East Yorkshire

A local case study delivered by your fellow clerk!

Esther Greig and Amanda Lash, Clerk to Camelford Town Council will speak on ‘Camelford Projects: initiation, funding, consultation, and most importantly, completion.’

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13th November 2019


China Fleet Country Club, North Pill, Saltash, Cornwall PL12 6LJ

CPD Points

Attend this event and log 2.5 CPD points!

Day Delegate

from £80 + VAT

Ticket Info

Joining instructions will be sent to you 3 weeks before the event and your invoice will be sent the day after the event. We advise that, on receipt of the joining instructions, you are liable for any fees incurred in order to attend the event.

Regional Training Seminars are generously sponsored by Came & Company Local Council Insurance

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Came & Company Local Council Insurance, the SLCC Principal Sponsor