WALGA Training has added to its suite of blended learning opportunities, a range of interactive and sector relevant webinars specifically developed for the Local Government sector.

Not only do webinars allow you to hear from sector experts on topical issues affecting your Local Government, but they also allow you to interact with your colleagues from around the State without spending time and money travelling to a specific location.

Webinars will be announced throughout the year in response to the dynamic Local Government landscape, so make sure you regularly check this page to see the latest we have on offer. Alternatively you can subscribe to our monthly Training eNews publication and have webinar notifications delivered direct to your email address.

Upcoming Webinars

Facilitating Council Business 

Date: Thursday, 30 July
Time: 5:00pm to 6:00pm (AWST)
Free Event

The Council can use a combination of Informal and Formal meetings to strategically develop ideas and exchange information and ultimately add value to providing good government for the whole community. 

The webinar will focus on:

  • the difference between informal  and formal meetings; 
  • using a combination of informal and formal meetings to achieve strategic objectives and
  • how to carry–out efficient Council meetings.

This webinar will be presented by Tony Brown (Executive Manager, Governance and Organisational Services) and co-presented by James McGovern (Manager Governance) and Lyn Fogg (Governance Advisor). 

A recording of this webinar will made available to the public within a few days following the event.

Register: here

Previous Webinars

The following are recordings of previously held webinars:

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To the maximum extent permitted by law, WALGA and anyone featured in these webinars, disclaims all liability (including but not limited to liability for negligence) to any person for any direct or indirect loss arising out of:

  • any act or failure to act by any person in accessing, using or relying on any information contained in these webinars, and
  • any errors, misstatements or omissions in these webinars.