CPD Opportunity – LGMA Effective Report Writing Online Course

This interactive online course has been developed for local government professionals who need to write, edit, and submit reports.

Do you want to improve your written communications skills? In today’s world of information overload, it is vital to communicate clearly, concisely, and effectively. The better your writing skills are, the better the impression you will make and the more successful you will be in ensuring your advice and ideas get noticed, assessed, and implemented. Improve your writing skills, avoid common pitfalls, and fix those pesky grammatical mistakes with this online course offered by experts in writing effectively and communicating successfully in a local government context.

Provider: Local Government Management Association of British Columbia

Presentation Topic: LGMA Effective Report Writing

Date: Monday, October 23rd, 2023 – Tuesday, November 7th, 2023

Time: 1:30 PM PST

Where: Online course, with 3 modules plus an introduction

Cost: $610 + GST LGMA member or $700 + GST Non-member

Registration: Register Online

Review the brochure and register online by October 9, 2023.
Webinar log-in information will be sent to registered participants prior to the course start.

CPD Eligibility: 5 points under Category A3 (you will need to self report these points)

Course Format:

This three module online course features three x 90-minute, interactive webinars with Q&As and an overview of the assignments. Participants attend the live webinars; review additional resource documents and participate in online discussions in the Moodle virtual classroom; work on the assignments on their own time; and submit their assignments for review, coaching, and direct feedback. Recordings of live webinars will be posted to Moodle so that participants may review if they are unable to attend a live session.

NOTE: To receive a certificate of completion, all 3 assignments must be completed and submitted prior to the deadlines noted in the course outline on page 2. Extensions will only be considered in extenuating circumstances.