Have you always wanted to know the ins and outs of Federal Parliament?
FRSA is seeking expressions of interest from FRSA Members (and non-members) wishing to participate in a ONE DAY, Canberra based seminar designed to help you gain a deeper understanding of Parliamentary processes.
Ordinarily, Parliament house runs a four part seminar program across four separate days with each seminar running for two and a half hours. The cost per seminar is $350.00, a total of $1400 to attend all four.
BUT – FRSA has been speaking with Parliament House about holding a custom designed workshop, combining the content of ALL four seminars in a single full day Seminar. We would be able to provide this single day seminar option at a cost of $375 (member) or $450 (non-member) price.
This one day workshop to be held at Parliament house will provide you with an overview of Australia’s Parliamentary system of government and what parliament does, practical insights into the procedures involved in the Budget, step by step information about legislative processes and an overview of the committees, how they operate and how to get involved.
Parliament of Australia 2018 Workshop
Session 1 – Introduction to the House and the Senate – 9.30 to 11am
Morning Tea (15 mins)
Session 2 – Legislation and the budget – 11.15am to 12.45pm
Lunch (30 minutes)
Session 3 – Committees – 1.15pm to 2.45pm
Workshop close 5pm
Proposed dates: Thursday 5 April or Friday 6 April
Venue: Parliament House Canberra
Cost: $375 for Members and $450 for non-members
Whether you have moved into a new role, or simply want a refresh, this is a great opportunity to join others in the sector and learn together.
Simply submit your expression of interest to Amanda or Roslyn at [email protected] providing your name and contact details and whether or not you have a preference for Thursday 5 April 2018 or Friday 6 April 2018.
We will require a minimum of 20 registrations to make this event viable and proceed.
Please submit your EOI by Wednesday 14 March 2018. If you require any further information please be in touch with Roslyn Mertin on (02) 6162 1811.