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Professional Certificate in Management of Electoral Processes | International Centre for Parliamentary Studies

After the completion of this course, you will immediately benefit from:

•Being eligible for membership of ILM and will receipt of a ICPS/ ILM joint Certificate of achievement

•You will have access to a raft of resources to help you with your continuing professional development, including an award-winning library of elearning content

•Access to a community of over 30,000 members worldwide enabling you to collaborate and grow your knowledge and skills

•Receipt of weekly news updates, podcasts and cutting-edge research and a monthly published journal and invitations to topical webinars

•Authorisation to use approved letters AMInstLM (Associate Member of The Institute of Leadership and Management) after your name for business correspondence

•Note that you will also be able to discuss qualification options for Leadership and Management directly with ILM should you want to.

 

 

The five-day training programme provides electoral management bodies and delegates involved in the electoral cycle with a clear understanding of the aims, objectives and organisational themes for the successful electoral management. By the end of this course delegates will be able to:

•Develop and implement effective electoral processes - monitoring, evaluating and enhancing performance

•Lead effective organisational change, improving capacity and support structures whilst reducing administrative burdens

•Apply the key principles of electoral management to their organisation and future election projects

•Tailor services to more precisely meet stakeholder needs

 

Dates: 24th - 28th May 2021 (Virtual Learning via Zoom )

Costs: £1950.-

Website: https://bookings.parlicentre.org/book.php?event=LE24/PCMEP

As funding has been allocated to this programme, a number of part-sponsored bursary places are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Please contact us immediately if you wish to participate in the programme but are unable to cover the full fees.