The Civility and Respect Project launches a new suite of e-learning


The Civility and Respect Project has launched a new suite of e-learning courses for local (parish and town) councils.

The National Association of Local Councils (NALC) has recognised that webinars and training courses only sometimes suit the busy schedules of local councils. E-learning allows councils to respond quickly to learners' needs, with flexibility and without having to organise physical training with fixed dates and times.

The e-learning courses are on standards in public life, respectful and positive social media for councils and councillors, leadership in challenging situations, and personal resilience.

One of the project's key aims has been to deliver training support for councillors, clerks and council staff who experience difficulties with bullying and harassment and to address some of the causes of poor behaviour.

Local councils in most areas can enrol and pay for courses online. You should register via your county association in South West, East of England, Derbyshire, Northamptonshire, Nottinghamshire, Oxfordshire, Staffordshire, and Warwickshire.

To access the training, please visit the Nimble e-learning website.

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