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ALCA provides training under the 'National Improvement Strategy for Parish and Town Councils'

The National Training Strategy (NTS) represents a national commitment to training in the local council sector shared by national, regional and local stakeholder organisations. The purpose of the Strategy is to offer training to councils in order for them to make the most of their role and carry out their duties more easily.

Digital Mapping for Local Councils

The morning session agenda (10:00-11:30):

Introduction to Parish Online

- Subscription pricing and how to get Parish Online for free

- How it's used in Local Councils

- Examples from other Local Councils

- Common Tasks

--- Viewing different maps

--- Recording an Asset Register

--- Creating your own maps

--- Styling a layer

--- Producing printouts

- Data sharing

- Q&A

The afternoon agenda (13:00-14:30):

Quick recap of morning session

- Advanced Tasks

--- Sharing Parish Online with colleagues

--- Styling

--- Configuring layers

--- Data extract

--- Public Map

- Q&A

Event Date Thu 9 Sep 2021 10:00 am
Event End Date Thu 9 Sep 2021 2:30 pm
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Available Place 50
Cut off date Wed 8 Sep 2021 12:00 pm
Individual Price Free to Members
Location Zoom
Categories Specialist Council Training

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Online Fraud

Fraud makes up approximately a third of all reported crime and between 2020 around 4.4 million frauds were reported in the UK, with a loss to individuals of around £7-billion in total. Frauds against individuals are frequently targeted at elderly and vulnerable citizens, for whom the consequences of victimisation can be devastating, both psychologically, as well as financially. However, as much as 80% of fraud is preventable with relatively simple safety measures that can employed to protect us from the scammers that we may encounter on a daily basis.

This presentation seeks to raise awareness of the dangers of economic crime, highlight typical case studies of previous offences and offer advice and tips to help keep the audience members safe, as well as signposting people to resources that will help keep them safe in the future.

The session is typically take 35 -45 minutes with additional time for questions and answers.

Event Date Tue 28 Sep 2021 10:00 am
Event End Date Tue 28 Sep 2021 12:00 pm
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Available Place 50
Cut off date Mon 27 Sep 2021 12:00 pm
Individual Price Free to Members
Location Zoom
Categories Specialist Council Training

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Introduction to CiLCA

This is a stand-alone two hour session that is compulsory for all CiLCA students as it must be completed and signed off by a recognised CiLCA trainer before an application to the SLCC will be accepted.

NOTE - Students can chose to do just this session and then complete the CiLCA qualification without signing up to the support package, if they wish.

Event Date Mon 23 May 2022 10:00 am
Event End Date Mon 23 May 2022 12:00 pm
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Available Place 6
Individual Price 40.00 to members
Location Zoom
Categories Specialist Council Training

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