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What is the Municipal Leadership Development Program?
The Municipal Leadership Development Program (MLDP) is a series of modules or workshops developed exclusively for elected and appointed municipal leaders in Saskatchewan.
Who should attend?
Mayors, reeves, councillors and municipal staff who want to strengthen leadership in their local government should attend.
When and where will the modules be held?
Modules are held each year in the fall at various locations throughout the Province. The winter modules are scheduled prior to the SUMA and SARM Annual Conventions. A complete list of upcoming modules can be found on the Schedule page.
If you are interested in hosting a Fall MLDP module within your community, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
How do I register for a module?
It’s easy! All the information you will need to register for a module can be found at Register.
How much time will the program take to complete?
The program is currently structured around six (6) one-day modules. There are two sessions of modules held each year, a fall session and a winter session (held in the early spring). Modules can be taken in any order based on the dates and locations that best suit your schedule.
What’s in it for me?
Plenty! The MLDP addresses key issues facing you in governing at the local level.
Certificates will be presented to participants (for their participation) after the completion of each module. Upon completion of all of the modules, you will be recognized with a Certificate of Completion.
In order to get the most out of the course and to obtain the module credit, participants are required to attend 80% of the module, either virtually or in-person. Payment for registration must also be received in order to obtain credit for the module.
How can I get more information about this program?
Contact information for the committee can be found on the contact page.