East Midlands Councils is the consultative forum for local authorities in the region.
It provides support to Councils to improve their services and is a strong voice for the East Midlands.
East Midlands Councils - Represents the interests of local councils to Government and national organisations
East Midlands Councils - Local councils working together on issues such as housing, transport, the environment and the economy
East Midlands Councils - Supports the improvement and development of local councils and their workforce
What are the objectives of the session?
The day will include discussion on the role of prospective ceremonial Lord Mayors, Mayors, Consorts, Deputies and Chairpersons and will identify any conce...
East Midlands Councils in partnership with Coaching Focus is holding a Coaching Conference on Thursday 6 June 2013. The event will feature a keynote speaker, as well as providing stimulatin...
About the workshop
This workshop will give participants tips and techniques to help them write effective notes during meetings and minutes after meetings. The workshop is designed for the in...
The next Policy Briefing for EMC Members will be published on 24 May 2013
East Midlands Councils are hosting a 7 day Certified NLP Coach with NLP Practitioner programme, part one April 16, 17, 18, 19 and part two May 1, 2, 3.
East Midlands Councils is offering an accredited 5 day Coaching and Mentoring course, which works in partnership with the East Midlands Coaching network.
East Midlands Councils (EMC) is holding a Planning Masterclass, which aims to provide planning practitioners with updates on the latest developments in Sustainability Appraisal/Strategic Environmental Assessment of Local Plans, drawing on the most recent practice and emerging case law. It will deal with thorny issues, such as demonstrating reasonable alternatives have been properly addressed, the appraisal of how much growth, and where major development should be located, in the absence of a Regional Plan.
This course will examine the causes of rent arrears, and promote an interventionist approach and strategy designed to prevent arrears.
The day will include discussion on the role of prospective ceremonial Lord Mayors, Mayors, Consorts, Deputies and Chairpersons and will identify any concerns and further needs that the delegates may have in carrying out their duties.
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