Powers & Duties of a Local Government Engineer - Sydney 3 & 4 March 2020
IPWEA (NSW) Professional Development Workshop: Powers and Duties of a Local Government Engineer - Sydney 3 & 4 March 2020
The course is offered as a unit of the IPWEA Diploma in Local Government (Operational Works) Course. (LGA50404)
The course is aligned to the unit of competency from the Local Government Training Package:
LGAGOVA410B: Monitor council procedures to ensure compliance with the relevant legislation.
The objective of this course is to equip participants with the knowledge and skills to operate as an effective practitioner within the local government sector.
Your presenter is Ken Halstead an experienced civil engineer town planner who was employed in local government for a period of 29 years in both rural and metropolitan councils. He held senior engineering management positions including Municipal or Shire Engineer for 20 years. Ken was employed as a part time lecturer for a period of 16 years while employed in local government and full time senior Lecturer for a preriod of 23 years at UTS.
TIMES: Please register at the Workshop by 8.15am on Day 1. The program will commence promptly at 8.30am and finish at 5.00pm on Day 1. Day 2 begins at 8.30am and finish at 5.00pm. Morning and afternoon teas and lunch provided on both days.
ACCOMMODATION: Overnight accommodation is not provided for Delegates. You will need to organize your own accommodation if required.
WHAT TO BRING: Notebook and pens (Course Workbooks provided).
Please see terms and conditions on your invoice in regards to the course proceeding, payment and cancellations.
We look forward to seeing you at the workshop.
Please contact us if you have any questions:
IPWEA NSW will provide suitable learning experiences and opportunities for all students. The learning environment will take account of the different characteristics of students and their varying cultural and educational backgrounds. All students have ready access to IPWEA NSW’s Student Handbook which contains a clear, consistent, rational and understandable summary of the organisation’s policies and procedures.