AILG Elected Members July 2022 (In-Person) Module 4 Training
“Local Authority Audit Committees and the Governance and Oversight Role of Elected Members”
AILG are pleased to announce our July 2022 Elected Members Training Programme (In-Person Training Event).
The Training module is entitled “Local Authority Audit Committees and the Governance and Oversight Role of Elected Members.” Full training programme details will be issued closer to the event date.
* The fee for this training event is €70 per elected councillor
Registration will commence at 9.30am with Training beginning at 10.00am.
Please note that registrations must be completed on-line via Eventbrite on a first come, first serve basis.
Only one booking is allowable per person. If you wish to make a booking for a colleague it must be done by way of a separate booking. Please ensure that all bookings are under the full name of the attendee.
Module 4 of the 2022 AILG “Elected Members Training Programme” will take place on the following dates and venues.
Please click the Eventbrite link of your chosen venue below to register.
|Eventbrite Link (for Registration)
Thursday 21st July 2022
The Horse and Jockey Hotel, Co. Tipperary
9.30am – 1.00pm
For Councillors whose parent Councils are within the Southern Regional Assembly
Saturday 23rd July 2022
The Allingham Arms Hotel, Bundoran, Co. Donegal
9.30am – 1.00pm
All Elected Members can attend this venue
The above training events will be subject to current government public health measures and may change if any changes to public health measures are announced.
The primary rules relating to attendance at the seminars are the same as has applied to AILG training over the past five years:
Where a Councillor attends a training event other than that designated for her or his parent Council, travelling expenses will be paid at the shorter of the two distances;
Councillors may attend a training seminar on a Saturday which is not in their designated area but only to a maximum of two such attendances in the calendar year, i.e. a maximum of two out of area Saturdays in the calendar year.
Given the tight timeframes involved in sanctioning attendance retrospective sanction can be assumed on an exceptional basis.