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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.


 

2017 sessions

Dates for the 2017 program have now been announced and bookings are being taken.  Sessions fill up quickly so book early.  The price remains the same as last year so this seminar offers great value for money, providing a full day of useful procedural information and interesting input from the Members. 

 

Dates

Wednesday 5 April 2017 (Fully Booked)
Wednesday 21 June 2017 (Fully Booked)
Wednesday 9 August 2017
Wednesday 18 October 2017

 
Please note that the seminars are held on sitting days.

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​To book a place on one of the seminars please complete the registration form below and email to pr&t@parliament.nsw.gov.au

 

Registration ​ ​Please complete and email this form indicating your preferred date

2017 Seminar ​registration form

 

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

​2017 LA Public ​Seminar Brochure

 

Program:  ​This is a sample program to give you an idea of the structure of the day.

Seminar Progr​​​am​​

Venue
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 Parliament House, Macquarie Street, Sydney


Cost: $295 per person, including lunch and refreshments and a parliamentary resources kit.

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&t@parliament.nsw.gov.au