This course aims to equip Freedom of Information (FOI) officers with the skills, knowledge and competencies to be able to fulfil their role by taking a pragmatic approach and focusing on practical FOI tasks and essential law, rules and guidelines, as opposed to theory.
Writing is an essential feature of many jobs. Whether you write emails to customers, reports for publication, content for website, or marketing materials, the ability to write clearly, concisely and professionally is a vital skill. In this highly practical workshop, a professional writer shares their expertise – to ensure you take away the tools and confidence to write effectively at work.
This interactive seminar is proudly sponsored by the Environmental Protection Agency. Please note that there is only one free ticket per organisation. Date: Wednesday, June 8th 2022 Time: 10.00am - 3.00pm CPD: 5.5 CPD Hours Method of Delivery: Online Fee: FREE The Climate Action Plan [...]
This half-day course will provide employees of public bodies with an understanding of the essential principles underlying Irish freedom of information legislation.
This online Pre-Retirement Planning course will provide you with the information and support you need to look to the future with confidence.
This half day online seminar will equip attendees with the tools necessary to effectively plan for and approach difficult conversations with confidence so they can achieve the most positive outcomes.
This half-day seminar will outline the structure and jurisdiction of the Irish courts system. It will look at the ethics involved in coaching witnesses and the direct examination and cross examination process. It will also look at legal proceedings and ancillary issues focusing on the presumption of innocence and the duty to preserve documents.
About this Webinar Ireland's whistleblowing regime is on the cusp of reform. Legislation implementing the EU Whistleblowing Directive is due to be passed shortly, amending the Protected Disclosures Act 2014 and possibly also the whistleblowing provisions in the Central Bank (Supervision and Enforcement) Act 2013. The changes contained in the [...]
PAI’s panel of expert speakers will cover the evaluation tools through a blend of lectures, case-studies and question-and answer sessions. At the end of the seminar, participants will have a good understanding of how the Public Spending Code should be applied in their workplace.
Public procurement is governed by a comprehensive regulatory and legal regime. It is essential that officials in the public sector dealing with procurement are aware of and know how to stay clear of legal and procedural pitfalls and demonstrate an understanding of how the procurement operation should function from the CPP through to the end of the procurement cycle.