GE Campaign briefing- sign up here!

location for Devonshire House Hotel

When?

January 24, 2015 at 10am - 4pm

Where?

Devonshire House Hotel
293-297 Edge Lane
Liverpool, Merseyside L7 9LD
United Kingdom
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Hiya,

This General Election briefing is the most important one we have ever done. our intention for the day is that it will provide you, our activists, with as much knowledge, skill, motivation and inspiration to take your campaign to it's highest level possible- which is what we need if Labour is to win in May 2015.

Below is the agenda and below that is where you sign up-we really look forward to seeing you there!

Agenda (TBC)

10am – registration tea and coffee

10.30am – Win 2015 – keynote speaker (TBC)

11am – Win 2015: The strategy Greg 

11.30 am – Training 1

1. Print
Details of national and regional print offer, how to order and deadlines.
Recommended for agents, print co-ordinators campaign co-ordinators in Labour held or non-target seats

2. Winning with Trade Unions and in the Workplace
How to communicate with affiliates and trade unions to win support and activists in the workplace
Recommended for campaign co-ordinators and candidates

3. Media and message
Using media to deliver a co-ordinated message in your seat.
Recommended for candidates, press officers, print co-ordinators and campaign co-ordinators

4. Preparing for polling day
Who to knock and how to organise polling day operation.
Recommended for agents, campaign co-ordinators and ward organisers in key seats

5. Legal training
Staying on the right side of the law with expenses, returns and conduct.
Recommended for all agents

6. Joint campaigns for May 2015
Making sure General election materials, message and activity is a joint campaign with council elections on the same day.
Recommended for Council candidates, campaign co-ordinators and agents

12.30pm Lunch

1.30pm Training 2

1. Print
Details of national and regional print offer, how to order and deadlines.
Recommended for agents, print co-ordinators campaign co-ordinators in key seats

2. Getting Out the Postal Vote
Impact of Individual Electoral registration on postal votes in your seat and guidelines on getting people onto postal votes.
Recommended for agents, campaign co-ordinators and ward organisers

3. Media and message
Using media to deliver a co-ordinated message in your seat.
Recommended for press officers, print co-ordinators and campaign co-ordinators

4. Preparing for polling day
How to use the best of your resources in the last week and polling day.
Recommended for agents, campaign co-ordinators, council candidates and ward organisers in Labour held or non-target seats.

5. Legal training
Staying on the right side of the law with expenses, returns and conduct.
Recommended for all agents

6. Nationbuilder
Using your website to find supporters and activists, and using nationbuilder to manage volunteers.
Recommended for campaign co-ordinators, candidates, ward organisers

3pm Tea and coffee break

3.15pm - Win 2015:The strategy -Patrick Heneghan, Executive Director of Field Operations 

4pm FINISH

CONTACT
Lucy Smith ·
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