Conservative Way Forward are all about securing the future of our Party - and that starts with you - the activists.
During the general election we all dedicated hours, days and weeks of our lives to pounding the pavements, knocking on doors and campaigning long hours to ensure the Conservative victory that Britain needs.
But, what comes next for you? At CWF, we're committed to finding and training the next generation of Conservative leaders. That's why we're starting a new programme: CWF Leadership Training.
Our first weekend will be on the beach in sunny Margate, on 8 - 9 August. We will be offering this opportunity to just a lucky few, to take part in this training course with senior figures and experts from the Conservative movement.
The sessions will cover:
- An introduction to political law - Donal Blaney
- Public speaking & storytelling - Peter Botting
- How to rebut negative attacks - Paul Osborn
- Voluntary Party Best Practice and Grassroots Policy Development - Dr Spencer Pitfield
- How to run a military general election campaign - Dom Morris
We will also be joined by Deputy Chairman of our Parliamentary Board, the brilliant James Cleverly MP who will be our speaker at the dinner!
Being CWF, we will obviously follow this with a slap-up dinner on the beach, with lots of drinks, followed by a fun night out in Margate! For those who stay overnight we will spend a morning on the beach, have the obligatory fish'n'chips for lunch before making our way home.
Here's the important bit:
For people to get the most out of the training sessions, we will have to limit numbers. So, there are just 30 available slots for the training day, and 20 spaces for people to stay overnight. These tickets are first-come, first-serve.
Sign up below to reserve your ticket. See you on the beach!
P.S. Remember, this is a unique opportunity to combine a fun weekend on the beach with some top-level training, and meet like-minded people along the way! Numbers are limited, so book today to make sure you don't miss out.
- August 08, 2015 at 12pm – 6pm
2 Station Approach
Margate, England, Kent CT9 5AD
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