Wales Building Your CiLCA Portfolio Course – Starting 6 May

Overview

CiLCA Portfolio Course

This is a training course for clerks, deputy clerks and other council staff in Wales, who wish to obtain their CiLCA Level 3 qualification.

The Building your CiLCA portfolio course sessions will be webinar based and delivered over 6 webinar sessions, once a month throughout the year.

Cost: Members – £250 + VAT, Non-members – £300 + VAT

Please note that the above cost is for the CiLCA Portfolio training course only and not the CiLCA qualification.

Duration: 2 hours per session

100% Virtual: Sessions lead by a CiLCA trainer

Course Overview

The course comprises six 2-hour webinar sessions once a month. The aim is to help you to build your portfolio by understanding the evidence to be submitted for the CiLCA qualification. The sessions are lead by an experienced and well-qualified CiLCA trainer who will answer all your questions. The course content is as follows: 

Session 1 – Unit One: Core Roles in Local Council Administration
Session 2 – Unit Two: Law and Procedures for Local Councils, includes LO7 under GPOC
Session 3 – Unit Three: Finance for Local Councils
Session 4 – Unit Four: Management for Local Councils
Session 5 – Unit Five: Community Engagement
Session 6 – Recap session: Opportunity to discuss any Learning Outcomes (LOs) you may need clarification on.

Sessions are not recorded to protect confidentiality.

Course Dates

Session 1 – Friday 6 May 2022

Session 2 – Friday 10 June 2022

Session 3 – Friday 15 July 2022

Session 4 – Friday 16 September 2022

Session 5 – Friday 14 October 2022

Session 6 – Friday 18 November 2022

Time: Each session will be from 10:00am – 12:00pm

You will need to complete a CiLCA training needs analysis and return it to cilca@slcc.co.uk prior to the first session. 

This course is similar to driving lessons; it is not the actual CiLCA qualification.

Candidates must register separately for the qualification for which the fee is £410. 

Requirements

  • You are strongly advised to have had a minimum of 12 months working in the sector
  • You should have achieved ILCA and ILCA to CiLCA or attended training for clerks run by your County Association
  • You must complete a Training Needs Analysis form for your trainer
  • You must have access to a computer/laptop in a location where you are not disturbed
  • Attended an Introduction to CiLCA session

Attendance Requirements: It is expected that all students will attend all six sessions.

CPD Points: You can claim 10 CPD points for attending this course.

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About the Trainer

Helena Fox, Further details to come.

Helena Fox

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