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Legislative Assembly Public Sector Seminars

Legislative Assembly Public Sector Seminars

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'Introduction to the New South Wales Legislative Assembly'

The seminars provide practical information on the role and functions of the Legislative Assembly.  The sessions focus on the interaction between the Executive Government and the Legislative Assembly and the implications of that process for government departments and agencies.



2018 Seminar Program 

The dates for the 2018 seminar program have now been released and bookings are being taken.  All of seminars were sold out last year so get your bookings in early to prevent disappointment.  We look forward to seeing you in 2018 for our new program, which will have some new presenters, new content and new format.  

2018 Dates

Wednesday 14 March 2018 (fully booked)
Wednesday 23 May 2018 (fully booked)
Wednesday 15 August 2018 (fully booked)
Wednesday 24 October 2018
 Please note that the seminars are held on sitting days.



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For now the seminar team would like to wish everyone a Happy Christmas and prosperous New Year and we will see you all in 2018 for our exciting new seminar program.  

Registration: Please complete the registration form to secure a place on one of the 2018 seminars. 

2018 Registration form

Useful information: Find​ out all you need to know from our useful brochure

2018 brochure​​

Program:  ​The program is currently being updated.  A copy will be provided in the resources pack on the day of the seminar.

Duration:  ​All day seminar - Registration commences at 08​:30 am - Seminar  starts at 09:00 am and concludes at 4:30 pm
Venue: ​Preston Stanley Room, Parliament House, Macquarie Street, Sydney

Cost: $350 per person, price includes a hot buffet lunch (including​ dessert) and a resources pack with a USB pen to take away     


Contact: If you would like any further information on the seminars please contact the Procedural Research and Protocol Unit of the Legislative Assembly on (02) 9230 2555 or email pr&​​