This training course on Parliamentary Procedure is for elected Parliamentarians, Clerks and other Parliamentary officials, and many public policy-makers and regulators. The course covers Parliamentary practice and procedure fundamentals and adds in-depth analysis and discussion of critical areas.
It will give special attention to those features of the practice and procedure of Parliament, which are fundamental to the rule of law and the separation of powers under any democratic constitution.
This KC Academy course also considers lessons to be drawn from Parliamentary practice and good governance in a wide range of public authorities and statutory and commercial corporations.
This KC Academy training course will highlight:
By the end of this KC Academy course, participants will be able to:
At the end of this training course, you will be able to:
This is a highly interactive course, where delegates will be encouraged to engage and participate, sharing experiences and establishing best practices from a comparative analysis of different jurisdictional practices.
This training course will use a range of approaches to learning, including experiential group activities, individual exercises, case studies and syndicate discussions.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
This course will be of direct benefit for elected Parliamentarians, Clerks and other Parliamentary officials, as well as a wide range of public policy-makers and regulators. Through interactive teaching methodology, it aims to provide an effective introduction for inexperienced Members or officials while adding value (particularly from a comparative international perspective) for those of considerable experience.
The governance components of the course will be of particular interest to:
During this 5-day KC Academy course, delegates will cover the following subject areas:
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