This course introduces participants to the key elements of comparative local governance. It addresses conceptions of governance and how they drive public sector representation, service delivery and reform. Notions of public value, public interest, localism and innovation are also discussed in order to map out how these are translated into local government structures and determine the role and purpose of this level of government. International and interstate examples of local government models and legislative frameworks are used to illustrate the practical articulation of these concepts.
Key info: dates, cost, location
|Duration||3 days, plus one month self study period|
12-14 August 2020, plus one month self study period.
To register your interest in future dates for this course, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Location||UTS City Campus|
$2785 (GST free)
Courses are subject to minimum enrolment numbers to run.
Who should attend?
- Council staff
- Senior council staff
- Conceptions of local government
- Local governance in other context
- Implications for the future of local government in Australia
About the presenter
Su Fei Tan is a Senior Research Officer with the UTS Institute of Public Policy and Governance. With more than 10 years’ experience of research and capacity building for local government, Su Fei’s areas of interest and expertise include local democracy and representation, environmental sustainability, strategic planning, and supporting local government in developing countries. These are complemented by a wide range of skills and experience in project management, editing and research.
Pathway to postgraduate study
Successful completion of this short course could count as credit towards one of our postgraduate courses. Find out more.
Booking and payment options
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