Monday, January 09, 2012

Course on Scottish Information Commissioner Decisions

The Campaign for Freedom of Information in Scotland is providing a half-day training course on 'Scottish Information Commissioner Decisions' in Glasgow on 20 March 2012 and Aberdeen on 21 March 2012.

The course is aimed at FOI practitioners and those with a good working knowledge of the legislation. It highlights the latest developments in the way the exemptions, public interest test and the legislation's procedural requirements are being interpreted. The course is presented by the Campaign's direction, Maurice Frankel, who has worked in the field for 27 years. It will cover the most significant decisions issued since our last course in February 2011.

While the course will focus on the significant decisions issued by the Scottish Information Commissioner since the last course, it will also cover significant Court of Session rulings and decisions issued by the UK Tribunal that have implications for Scottish public authorities.

The course represents extremely good value for money. The course fee has remained the same since 2006, and significant discounts are available for more than one booking from the same organisation.

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