works within the South Australian Local Government sector, as a partner to councils, to provide knowledge and networking opportunities to procurement staff.
A key component of this work is the Professional Development LGA Procurement provides, which incorporate this suite of training modules, developed and targeted specifically to the local government audience.
Procurement is an essential council function and an area of both risk and opportunity – be it from low level purchasing, to strategic, high value, high risk complex procurement.
No matter where you sit in the procurement cycle, these modules will enhance your knowledge and understanding of procurement and the value it provides to councils delivering their strategic outcomes.
LGA Procurement Training Program
If you are interested in gaining a better understanding of procurement in local government, the calendar for 2019 is now set.
We have 3 courses remaining to fit in with your 2018-2019 budgets; and again will conduct the full series in the second half of the year, so you can plan your professional development time.
Please download the 2019 Training Flyer or the full Curriculum below.
2019 Training Flyer(436 kb)
2019 Training Curriculum(1091 kb)
The following modules are available to book now!
**LAST CHANCE TO REGISTER FOR TENDERS AND SPECIFICATIONS - 2 APRIL**
Tenders and Specifications for Local Government - 2 April or 3 September 2019
Advanced Procurement for Local Government - 14 May or 1 October 2019
Contract Management in the Local Government Sector - 4 June or 12 November 2019
Procurement Essentials for Local Government - 2 July 2019
Procurement Planning & Management For Local Government - 6 August 2019
The training modules are delivered at LG House, 148 Frome Street Adelaide – where you have the opportunity to learn and network with other like-minded procurement personnel. Courses are charged per person.
LGA Procurement is also able to deliver training into your council, or region as a joint council initiative – contact LGA Procurement for a tailored quote.
"It was definitely a worthwhile course, only wish I’d done it sooner! Personally I think it should be a mandatory course for all those working in local government when they start, especially if they have no previous council experience like myself."
Lynette Croft - District Council of Ceduna