Local Government Challenge is a competition which seeks out the best and brightest local government officers with the drive and determination to reach the top.
Competitors take part in a series of real-life challenges in host authorities around the country, which test their individual and team-working skills. The competition offers a great career development opportunity and if they win, there is a prize of up to £10,000 from the Bruce-Lockhart scholarship.
Watch our three finalists Lana, Scott and Steven as they battle it out at the LGA conference for the title of Local Government Challenge winner 2013. This film runs at 3 minutes 6 seconds.
Local Government Challenge 2014
We're delighted to announce that the following 10 contestants have been chosen to participate in the Local Government Challenge 2014:
- Charlotte Breen- London Borough of Sutton
- Jade Taylor- Central Bedfordshire Council
- Michelle Scott- Leeds City Council
- Mahbub Anam- London Borough of Tower Hamlets
- Matthew Carney- Worcester City Council
- Victoria Jeffrey- Surrey County Council
- Graeme Kane- Mole Valley District Council
- Daniel Parry- Doncaster City Council
- Si-Chun Lam- Coventry City Council
- Fiona Price- Northampton City Council
We're also pleased to announce that the following councils will be hosting challenges:
- January- London Borough of Barking & Dagenham and Thurrock Council
- February- Gedling Borough Council
- March- Leeds City Council
- April- Worcester City Council
- May- Breckland Council
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