27 Oct 21 - 28 Oct 21

Project Management Workshop

This two-day workshop is designed for councils and is based on years of experience of working with the local government sector on real projects.

It will benefit anyone involved in projects, from beginners through to highly experienced.

Wellington

27 Oct 21

BERL 2021 – The Post-adjustors Update

BERL’s 2021 forecasts for the economy and movements in the key input costs for local authorities have been released. This webinar will provide an overview of the economic situation, and what the means for your bottom lines.

29 Oct 21

Free Webinar: Future for Local Government – the opportunity for change

Join Kath Ross, Interim General Manager - Transitions at Taituarā who will lead this free webinar and summarise the key messages within the Future or Local Government Review Panel's first report Ārewa ake te Kaupapa.

23 Nov 21 - 26 Nov 21

Online Event: Community Plan Forum

This is the first Community Plan Forum post the 2021-31 LTP. No post LTP would be complete without an opportunity to reflect on the experiences of LTP 2021, what worked, what didn’t, and how Taituarā might support you with the future LTP.

Wellington

06 Dec 21 - 07 Dec 21

2021 Taituarā Conference

The theme of the 2021 Taituarā Conference is 2050: Embracing the Challenge – Creating the Future. What does the future look like? What are the opportunities and challenges ahead? How can we focus, prepare, think differently and respond to these opportunities and challenges?

Christchurch

16 Feb 22 - 17 Feb 22

Electoral Officers Training


The Electoral Officers Training has been rescheduled to 16 - 17 February.

The 2022 local authority elections are looming on the horizon. Will you be ready for Vote 2022?

Our two-day programme features informative and interactive sessions from experienced electoral officers and election partners bringing you all the essentials on running a successful election and the very latest updates on Māori wards, the ins and outs of managing social media, delivering the election in the event of Covid restrictions, how candidates should declare their donations, and how to improve voter turnout in your community.

Wellington