PREPARING FOR THE 2023 ELECTIONS (NOV)
10 am - 12 pm
Parish and Town Councillors are elected once every four years with the next elections in Norfolk planned for Thursday 4 May 2023.
This course explains the elections process from encouraging public interest to inducting new councillors after the election.
Wednesday, 23 November 2022
£36 subscribers | £45 non-subscribers
Understanding the elections process: nominations, who can become a councillor, the elections timetable, the clerk's role and the pre-election period (previously known as 'purdah')
Encouraging your council to be proactive prior to the election to attract prospective councillors
After the election, understanding what happens next: the importance of the annual meeting of the parish/town council, knowing the dates when this meeting must be held and essential items for the agenda
Ensuring new councillors hit the ground running: tips for your local induction, forms to complete and formal training
What you can do if you still have vacancies after the election: understanding the co-option process and by-elections.
Recommended for clerks who are new to the elections process and those who would like an update since the last elections in 2019.
Repeated on 10 January 7 - 9 pm; 19 January 7 - 9 pm; 23 January 10 am - 12 pm; 26 January 10 am - 12 pm (all online).
We'll send you a link via email a day or two before the session is due to be held, so you can just click on the link to join in. You'll need a laptop, tablet or smartphone with a camera.
Average satisfaction rating for the election courses held in late 2018 and early 2019 was 99.9%.
Excellent as usual and very thorough.
A very worthwhile session which provided a wealth of information on the upcoming election process.
Excellent training session. I have learnt so much and can leave with more confidence.
Very relaxed and informative. Well-delivered.
Just what we needed at the right time - thanks!