Arlingclose provides its clients with seminar programmes that are topical, timely and are driven by their needs. The workshops, which are held both in London and other locations around the country are an inclusive element of our treasury management service. The seminar programme is determined by our clients.
We limit the numbers of attendees to our workshop to around 18 people. This is because we want them to be true hands-on workshops. Where events prove popular we aim to provide them on more than one day as we prefer not to restrict participation.
An important by-product is that clients that attend our seminars are able to discuss issues closely and exchange contact details to maintain dialogue thereafter. Feedback from our clients on these events is important to us and has been excellent. We host the following training and workshop events annually.
Alternatively, Arlingclose would be pleased to structure on an annual basis a one-day training programme for treasury officers and/or Members at the Council, which will be specific and individual to the Council's requirements.
The 2017 CIPFA Treasury Management Code reemphasises that the responsible officer for the authority should ensure that council members have access to relevant training.
Arlingclose offers tailored member training of varying degrees of complexity, from the introductory to the expert. The courses apply the theory to the Client’s own strategy and position, providing elected members with the necessary background and knowledge to effectively scrutinise activity.
We also prepare seminar-style presentations loosely based on the quarterly strategy meetings with officers. These focus on the current economic situation and each Client’s actions in response to this and our advice, with extra explanation on areas of most relevance to elected members/senior officers.
A typical training programme might include:-
The subject matter for member/officer training for the Client is flexible and will be discussed and tailored to your specific requirements.
This service is available to clients and non-clients alike and any enquiries should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.