Below is the list of current events scheduled by The Training Consortium. To find out more about each event and to register, click on the relevant link below to download the event flyer.

˄ ˅
˄ ˅
˄ ˅
12-Oct-2016 Improve your decision making Hobart
12-Oct-2016 Digital recordkeeping on a shoe-string budget Hobart
13-Oct-2016 Towards best practice in policy evaluation Hobart
14-Oct-2016 Communicate with confidence Hobart
14-Oct-2016 Behavioural Insights for public policy and service delivery Hobart
18-Oct-2016 Crown Law 101: working with the Solicitor-General and the Crown Solicitor Hobart
18-Oct-2016 New Supervisor Launceston
18-Oct-2016 Chairing a meeting Hobart
26-Oct-2016 Procuring Goods and Services Devonport
27-Oct-2016 Career Empowerment Hobart
27-Oct-2016 Managing Contracts Devonport
28-Oct-2016 Creating a culture of effective decision making Hobart
1-Nov-2016 Leading with emotional intelligence Hobart
3-Nov-2016 Think on your feet Hobart
3-Nov-2016 Developing an agency retention and disposal schedule Hobart
4-Nov-2016 Introduction to the State Service Hobart
9-Nov-2016 Understanding lean thinking Hobart
9-Nov-2016 Adaptive leadership Hobart
9-Nov-2016 Minutes and Agendas Made Easy Hobart
15-Nov-2016 New Supervisor Hobart
15-Nov-2016 Online Practical Ethics in the Public Sector Virtual Classroom
16-Nov-2016 Working with Challenging Clients Launceston
17-Nov-2016 Facilitation and Stakeholder Engagement Hobart
17-Nov-2016 Having the difficult conversation Campbell Town
23-Nov-2016 Writing for Government - in Plain Language Devonport
24-Nov-2016 Introduction to Appreciative Inquiry Launceston
24-Nov-2016 Project Management Essentials Hobart
25-Nov-2016 Introduction to Appreciative Inquiry Hobart
29-Nov-2016 Communicate with confidence Devonport
30-Nov-2016 Digital recordkeeping on a shoe-string budget Launceston
30-Nov-2016 Financial Management Basics in the Tasmanian State Service Hobart
7-Dec-2016 Writing for Government in Plain Language Hobart
9-Dec-2016 Email Ninja Hobart
28-Feb-2017 Preparing documents for decision makers Hobart