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NRCoP, ANZSOG and AELERT present: What does it mean to be a regulator in local government?

Price

Free

Location

Zoom Webinar Online

Duration

1.00pm - 2.00pm AEDT (1 hour)

Dates

28 February 2024

Overview

In an exciting development, NRCoP is joining forces with AELERT to present the first webinar event for 2024!

From the inner-city to remote rural communities, local governments play a leading role in their local economy and community, with important statutory functions as regulatory authorities under a wide range of state and local laws and policies including planning, health, building, property and land.

So what does it mean to be a regulator in local government?

Join the webinar and be among the first to hear the results of the 2023 AELERT “Understanding Regulation in Local Government Survey” along with insights from local government regulatory practitioners on questions such as: What are the: challenges and rewards of regulation at the local level? What tools and skills to regulators in local government need? How can we support the professionalisation of the role of local government regulators?

 

Facilitator: David MacLennan, CEO, City of Vincent

Guest Speaker 1: Gregory Abood, CEO, Australasian Environmental Law Enforcement and Regulators network (AELERT)

Guest Speaker 2: Susy Cenedese, Strategy Manager Environment, Local Government NSW

Guest Speaker 3: Samuel Ferrier, Manager City Safety, Hume City Council

 

Event Details

Online Platform: Zoom Webinar

Date: Wednesday, 28 February 2024

Time: 1.00pm – 2.00pm Australian Eastern Daylight Time (AEDT)

**Webinar time is in Australian Eastern Daylight Savings Time (AEDT), please ensure you check your jurisdiction time zone for time differences. We recommend adding the webinar event Zoom login details to your calendar.

The Zoom login details are provided via the registration confirmation email. Please let us know at regulators@anzsog.edu.au if you haven’t received the confirmation email (remember to check your junk/spam inboxes).