Procedural Competence in a Local Government

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Evidence emphasis and decision making records

 

SKU: Repo10003939

“Procedural competencies refer to need to demonstrate the rationales for and implications of various processes for making decisions within local governments.”

The major assignment for this course is the development of a Local Government Portfolio which demonstrates and documents a student’s structural, substantive, and procedural competencies for local government management. Structural competencies refer to the student’s abilities to demonstrate an understanding of how, why and with what consequences local governments are structured/organised to deliver services, and their abilities to use that context and evidence to assess reform proposals, evaluate recent changes, or compare structural arrangements across and among jurisdictions. Substantive competencies refer to the need to develop and demonstrate expertise in one of the service delivery areas in which local governments have responsibilities. Procedural competencies refer to need to demonstrate the rationales for and implications of various processes for making decisions within local governments

This assignment is about “procedural competencies” – the need to demonstrate the rationales and implications of various processes for making decisions within local government.

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