Wednesday, August 11, 2010

Climate Alarmism weekend: paid by you

Yes you, the lucky taxpayer is paying for a range of Climate Alarmism training sessions. These sessions of which the fourth, fifth and sixth will be taking place at the following locations,

9 to 10 September 2010, Learning and Conference Centre, Nottingham
24 to 25 November 2010, Warwick Conference Centre
8 to 9 March 2011, Warwick Conference Centre
are specifically desingned for your elected local representatives and their hangers on,

Elected members with portfolios relating to climate change including environment and planning, transport, regeneration, housing, corporate strategy. Leaders and deputy leaders. Opposition spokespersons. Chairs of scrutiny panels.
Better still they will focus on some pretty important issues,

In a fast moving policy landscape, opportunities for local authorities to show leadership are broad, but also present many challenges.

This course offers participants the opportunity to learn more about the latest developments, how the best local authorities are approaching climate change, and the benefits of strong political leadership.
It will be an invigorating time,

It is designed to expose participants to a mix of expert guest speakers, discussion, networking, dynamic learning methods and stimulating activities.
Got to love the idea of 'dynamic learning methods' and those 'stimulating activities' sound a blast.

Best of all, it will be free at the point of use,
The course is offered free of charge to senior elected members as part of the IDeA’s programme on climate change.
You will not be surprised to hear that I have FoI'd it on cost and participation. I will, of course, report back.

1 comment:

andy5759 said...

I wonder if Common Purpose have any fingers in this particular pie.