How Does the UK Parliament Really Work

It is no surprise that parliament can be complicated, those working in or around government need to ensure that they have a good base of knowledge of the constitutional role and importance of parliament.

A good base of knowledge will allow those who have recently entered the Civil Service or Public Sector to move through the parliament more smoothly and allow them to adjust for variety of situations. Those already in parliament may benefit from a refresh and update on their current knowledge, this course will provide both an in-depth look into the systems that govern parliament but also offer insight.


Key features:

  • Understand the system of parliamentary democracy
  • The role of the UK Parliament, including specific roles of the two houses of Parliament
  • Parliamentary scrutiny through questions, debate and committees
  • The impact of devolution and the relationship between UK Parliament and devolved legislatures

Who is this virtual course for:

This virtual course is designed for civil servants and public sector staff who engages with Parliament and would benefit from understanding how it works. This course is also useful for those outside of the public sector and would like to understand how the legislative process and how they can contribute.


Summary

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Duration

10:00 - 16:00

Price

£395 + VAT

Location

Zoom or MS Teams

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