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Your essential one-day training updates are coming back to in-person delivery for 2022!

Visit your regional training seminar for topical, relevant and hands-on learning for the local council sector. Network with your fellow clerks, peruse the exhibitor zone, refresh your knowledge and return to your council with new skills.

Attend this event to:

  • Examine the role of community and town councils in planning and hear the latest planning updates
  • Explore the Self-Evaluation Toolkit, discuss the benefits and find out how to put it into practice in your council
  • Prepare for one of the most significant events – Operation London Bridge. Your council will only get one chance to get it right
  • Network with your fellow clerks from the local area, as well as exhibitors and speakers
  • Receive an update on SLCC and key issues facing the sector


A closer look at one of your speakers...

Statutory Training Plans and Self-Evaluation Toolkit

Statutory Training Plans – Kevin Griffiths, Welsh Government & Paul Egan, One Voice Wales (OVW)

The Local Government and Elections (Wales) Act 2021 introduced a duty on community and town councils to publish training plans, taking effect from May 2022. This session will provide an overview of the legislative context and provide practical advice on preparing a training plan. Paul Egan will cover the core competencies of community and town councillors and how One Voice Wales can support councils in ensuring these are met.

Self-Evaluation Toolkit – Mark Galbraith, SLCC Wales Policy Liaison Officer, Kevin Griffiths, Welsh Government, & Paul Egan, One Voice Wales (OVW)

This session will take a detailed look at the Self-Evaluation Toolkit, now available for community and town councils in Wales.

This toolkit has been developed jointly between One Voice Wales, SLCC, and Welsh Government, with advice from Audit Wales. The toolkit will support community and town councils in Wales to review the financial management, governance and accountability arrangements they have in place, consider how effective these arrangements are, and how they might be improved.




22 June 2022
Arrival and registration opens at 8:45am
The event starts at 9:30am – 4:00pm


The Metropole Hotel and Spa, Llandrindod Wells


Members: £85 + VAT
Non-members: £135 + VAT
Bring along a fellow clerk, officer or councillor and get their non-member place for £85 + VAT!

Clerks in Wales – you could be eligible for a bursary towards 50% of the cost. Click here to find out more.

CPD Points

Attend this event and log 2.5 CPD points!

Feedback from Training Seminars in 2021

‘This was the best training event I have ever attended. The content was on target and explained beautifully. Bargain price for the knowledge and expertise imparted. And whilst we do not have the face to face experience, I also managed to deal with some emergency situations throughout the day so being in the ‘office’ was really useful.’
Helen Griffiths, Chalfont St Giles Parish Council

‘Although I missed meeting colleagues in person and the inevitable gain from networking, holding the Regional Training Seminar virtually worked really well.  The programme was fast paced and without travelling the day was shorter so there was the opportunity to keep on top of work.  A win-win situation!’
Julie Larter FSLCC, St Austell Bay Parish Council

‘To do these training sessions virtually is so much easier as you don’t have to give up a whole day. You can listen in to those sessions of most interest/use, and do others things whilst the other sessions are being held. Thank you, I have a back ground in planning and deal with the planning aspects at work, so the planning session was of particular interest to me.’
Helen Ferdinand, Yeovil Town Council

‘Excellent program covering useful topics, lots of useful information.
Philip Peacock PSLCC, Huntingdon Town Council