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LGMA Minute Taking Online Course

Event Series Event Series: LGMA Minute Taking Online Course

Date and Time

Tuesday, November 14th, 2023 – Tuesday, November 28th, 2023

10:00 AM PDT

Location

A 3-module, online course to assist participants in taking comprehensive yet concise minutes that fulfill legal requirements and operational standards.

Description

Do you want to learn how to take comprehensive yet concise minutes that fulfill legal requirements and operational standards? Then this program is for you! If you take minutes for your council, board, or other organization and want to learn administrative best practices this program is a must. Recognize your role in creating a successful meeting, going beyond taking notes for minutes, and ensure that your minutes have legal force and effect.

Course Format:   This online series consists of three x 90-minute webinars with Q&As and an overview of the assignments, with follow-up sustainment activities and resourcesAttend webinars; review additional resource documents; work on assignments on your own time; and submit your assignments for review, coaching, and direct feedback before the next assignments are due.

Note:

  •       Recordings of live webinars (Nov 14, 21 & 28) will be posted to the Moodle virtual classroom so that participants may review if they are unable to attend a live session
  •      To receive a certificate of completion, all 3 assignments must be completed and submitted prior to the deadlines noted on page  2. Extensions will only be considered in extenuating/emergency circumstances.

 

November 14 – Module 1: Before the Meeting Organization (webinar and assignment)

November 21 – Module 2: During the Meeting (webinar and assignment)

November 28 – Module 3: After the Meeting (webinar and assignment)

 

Cost: $610 + GST LGMA Member; $700 + GST Non-Member

 

As the LGMA is a non-profit and program registration fees are intended to cover the cost of program delivery, we allow only one registrant per paid registration. Please do not share course access information, including course materials and the session link. If you plan to attend a program with a group of your peers, be sure to contact us at office@lgma.ca in advance so we can ensure your group is within the maximum training capacity and update your registration invoice to reflect the number of attendees.

 

Review the course brochure and register online for all three modules before October 31, 2023. Information will be sent to registered participants before each module. Maximum 30 participants.

 

Cancellation Policy: No refunds will be provided after October 31, 2023.

 

Instructor: Lisa Zwarn

 

LGMA

Details

Date:
November 14, 2023
Time:
10:00 am - 11:30 am
PST
Series:
Cost:
$700
Event Category:
Website:
https://members.lgma.ca/events-and-training/event-details/?EventID=200

Venue

Online

Organizer

Local Government Management Association of BC
Phone
(250) 383-7032
Email
office@lgma.ca
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The First Nations Well Being Fund has been developed and is being implemented by FNPSS in order to support First Nations in their efforts to promote well-being, increase quality of life for all community members and reduce poverty at the community and Nation level.

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Credit or non-credit programs delivered by an accredited post-secondary institution are eligible.

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For any inquiry, please contact office@lgma.ca

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The First Nations Well Being Fund has been developed and is being implemented by FNPSS in order to support First Nations in their efforts to promote well-being, increase quality of life for all community members and reduce poverty at the community and Nation level.

There are two streams of project funding available: Stream 1: Community Projects and Stream 2: Wellness Planning Projects.
Stream 1 - A maximum of $250,000 will be available.
Stream 2 – A maximum of $50,000 will be available.

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For additional details on each funding stream and eligibility, and to apply, visit our website: ow.ly/TJuh50RRPMQ
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The First Nations Well Being Fund has been developed and is being implemented by FNPSS in order to support First Nations in their efforts to promote well-being, increase quality of life for all community members and reduce poverty at the community and Nation level.

There are two streams of project funding available: Stream 1: Community Projects and Stream 2: Wellness Planning Projects.
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Stream 2 – A maximum of $50,000 will be available.

First Nations who received project funding in a previous round of the First Nations Well Being Fund should contact FNPSS to discuss eligibility under the current funding opportunity.

For additional details on each funding stream and eligibility, and to apply, visit our website: https://ow.ly/TJuh50RRPMQ

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