A detailed, half-day seminar that provides a thorough examination of the legislative process. It provides an in-depth insight into how both primary and secondary legislation are made.
Delegates will hear from experts about the best way to engage with the legislative process. Former speakers include Ministers, MPs, Peers and Public Bill Office staff. The course is delivered on the parliamentary estate.
This course aims to provide delegates with a good understanding of how both primary and secondary legislation are made. In particular it will look at:
This course is designed for anyone who works in an environment which is related to Parliament and wishes to develop their knowledge of the legislative process.
It is well suited to public servants, academics and those from the voluntary and private sectors who are interested in this particular aspect of the parliamentary process.
For more information, including on prices, please contact Greg Kay, Training Coordinator, on GregKay@ipt.org.uk