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DEMAND BETTER Tuesday

Training Programme: Tuesday

Tuesday 08.00-09.00

Salesforce drop-in -

early morning session

Got questions about Salesforce?

Pop along to one of our drop-in

sessions and get answers and practical

guidance on how to make the most of

our membership database.

Membership Team

Hilton, Osborne

digital

Tuesday 09.30-10.45

Now you are selected: Building a

target seat from scratch (Open to all)

If you cannot move to a target seat, this

is how to build one where you live!

Campaign for Gender Balance

Hilton, Sandringham

diversity personal campaigning

Donation Law -

a guide for all treasurers

Everything you need to know to comply

with donation law. A must for all local

party officers of any experience level.

Compliance Team

Hilton, Osborne

party roles compliance

Introduction to the role of an Agent

Find out more about the role of an

agent, how to thrive in the role and

learn top tips and more.

Compliance and

Campaigns & Elections Teams

Brighton Centre, Meeting Room 1c

compliance campaigning party roles

Pick a ward and win it -

Yes, you can still use emails

How to identify the issues in your local

area and campaign to make a liberal

difference in your community. This

session will make you think about how

to run campaigns that engage people.

ALDC and Membership Team

Hilton, Ambassador

campaigning digital

Find the right training

sessions for you…

Not sure what training

opportunities at conference are

right for you? Contact us at

training@libdems.org.uk and we

will happily help guide you. !

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