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Training for aspiring Senators:
Thursday February 13th. From 1 – 5 pm.
In WfE Offices 36 Fitzwilliam Place, D2.

Facilitated by Dermot Ryan, a professional with over 20 years experience in Trade Union leadership, campaign management, communications and lobbying, this training session will include;

The Nuts & Bolts – Practical info and advice on the the function of the Seanad, the different ways to get elected and how to manage your campaign.

Profiles of those who have been successful in their bid for Seanad seats.

Campaigning tips – targeting votes, canvassing, selecting and managing your campaign manager and team .

* Unfortunately our offices here at WFE are not wheelchair accessible. We know this is not ideal and we apologise. If you do have accessibility needs, and wish to attend our training, please let us know and we will arrange an alternative venue.

Places are limited so please book NOW

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