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Thu, Jan 11



CL 1003.001 Parliamentary Procedures I

Join our course led by a registered parliamentarian covering Robert's Rules of Order and parliamentary procedures. Ideal for community leaders and residents, learn to navigate fair, efficient, and productive neighborhood organization meetings. Register now for empowered civic engagement:

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CL 1003.001 Parliamentary Procedures I
CL 1003.001 Parliamentary Procedures I

Time & Location

Jan 11, 2024, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM EST


About the Event

Parliamentary procedure is the code of rules and ethics for neighborhood organizations, city councils, and other deliberative bodies to transact business fairly, efficiently, orderly, and expeditiously. Conducted by a registered parliamentarian, the first half of this course is designed for community leaders new to using parliamentary procedure, or who would benefit from a refresher on the fundamental concepts of effective and fair meeting procedure. The basic tenets of Robert’s Rules of Order are taught to arm presiding officials with the tools necessary to run successful and productive gatherings. The second half of this course is designed to instruct residents on the rights, privileges, and obligations they have as members of an NPU or neighborhood organization. Community members can participate in decision-making for their organizations and learn how to use parliamentary procedures to participate in the civic process.

Participants must download the Zoom app and must have a smartphone, iPad, or another tablet, laptop, or desktop computer. A Wi-Fi connection is strongly encouraged, but not required. If you are not using wifi, please check with your wireless or internet service provider to ensure additional data charges will not apply.   

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