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Minute Taking Online Course – FALL 2022

Minute Taking Online Course – FALL 2022

Date and Time

Tuesday, November 15th, 2022 – Tuesday, November 29th, 2022
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.
November 15 – Module 1: Before the Meeting Organization (webinar and assignment)
November 22 – Module 2: During the Meeting (webinar and assignment)
November 29 – Module 3: After the Meeting (webinar and assignment, to be completed by December 12).
Fees: $590 + GST LGMA Member; $675 + GST Non-Member
Review the online course brochure and register online for all three modules before November 8, 2022. Information will be sent to registered participants before each module. Maximum 25 participants
Cancellation Policy: No refunds will be provided after November 8th, although substitutions within your organization are permitted.
Presenter: Lisa Zwarn
Course Format: Each interactive webinar is a 90-minute (10 – 11:30 a.m.) facilitated online workshop with Q&As and an overview of the assignments. Participants will have five days to complete their assignments for each module and will receive written feedback and coaching.

Details

Date:
November 15
Time:
10:00 am - 11:30 am PST
Cost:
$675
Event Category:

Organizer

Local Government Management Association of BC
Phone:
(250) 383-7032
Email:
office@lgma.ca
View Organizer Website

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