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Training Team Resources

All Labour members can play their part in building local parties that are campaign ready, open and in touch with every local community that we seek to represent. The Training Team supports members, role holders, candidates and elected representatives to achieve this goal. Labour provides support through a training programme with our Regions and Nations – providing handbooks, webinars and face-to-face training across the country and at Annual Conference.


Members can access our extensive library of handbooks and guides as well as recordings of training webinars at any time using their Labour Login accounts. These cover guidance for community organising and campaigning, how to get involved in policy making and advice for standing as a candidate. Achieve is our new online learning platform at You can also sign up to receive weekly training team emails and contact the Training Team if you have further questions.

Training at Labour Connected

Resources related to our training at Labour Connected, 19-22 September 2020


Visit our online learning hub

Upcoming webinars

Sign up to one of our upcoming webinars

Recorded training webinars

Search our Webinar Library to find a training session relevant to you (members only)

Online meeting guidance
Handbooks and Guides

Read the various handbooks and guides that will support your interests (members only)

Elections Hub

Find links to resources and training for election campaigns and polling day

Training for Councillors

Visit the training resources of the Association of Labour Councillors

NEC Development Funds

At this time we are not in a position to publicise a new deadline for applications to the fund.

Bernie Grant Leadership Programme
Jo Cox Women in Leadership Programme
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