Be a part of the Rural and Regional Management Challenge 2020!

 
Challenge your thinking | Develop your network | Expand your knowledge on local government, management skills and team work ability. 

The Rural and Regional Management Challenge is a professional development opportunity for all up and coming staff within council.  Specially designed to provide councils in rural and regional areas of NSW the opportunity to take part in this truly unique professional development experience, the Challenge develops skills and knowledge that can be immediately applied back at council.

How the Challenge works?

Over two days, teams of four come together to compete against other councils in their region as they are challenged with tasks which stretch their knowledge of local government and their council’s policies and procedures. All tasks are tailored specifically for rural and regional councils, addressing realistic scenarios faced in the day-to-day management of council operations.

Dates for 2020
Monday 12 and Tuesday 13 October: Orange
Thursday 15 and Friday 16 October: West Wyalong 
Monday 19 and Tuesday 20 October: Tamworth
Monday 26 and Tuesday 27 October: Shellharbour
Thursday 29 and Friday 30 October: Ballina

Registrations are OPEN, please refer to locations tab below to register the team.

          

The Rural Management Challenge Final

Five heats are being held state wide throughout October 2020. Each heat will produce a winner, the highest scoring team, with the winning team from each heat invited to Sydney in February 2021 to battle it out to determine who is the crème de la crème state-wide!

Challenge Information


Registration Fee:

$2,860 per team
GST Inclusive

Registration fee includes the following for 1 x team mentor + 4 x team members:
• Day 1: Lunch, afternoon tea and dinner
• Day 2: Morning tea and lunch

Note. Accommodation and other travel costs are not included and will need to be arranged by councils and teams independently.


Minimum Numbers:

To ensure the best learning outcomes for the teams, and to ensure all associated costs to facilitate the challenge are met, we require a minimum of four teams per location. There is no limit to the number of teams participating from each council; though they must participate in the same challenge and not at different locations.

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