This seminar will focus on how to achieve effective governance and accountability in partnership working to deliver efficient public services.
More about this event
The landscape for public service delivery is changing rapidly, and the need for public services to work in partnership to deliver services in a more collaborative and integrated way is now vital.
But there are significant challenges that come with multi-agency working to deliver services in different ways to achieve what is needed, including re-shaping and re-focusing existing services, resources and practices to achieve shared citizen-focused outcomes.
This event will be based around a scenario and will provide a practical walk through of how public services can successfully work together to achieve a common goal – to identify and reduce vulnerability within local communities.
By being immersed in a realistic environment, delegates experience the decision-making process in real time so that you are actively engaged and can more clearly understand the complex issues involved.
After participating in this event, delegates will benefit from improved skills and knowledge to assist them in providing the necessary day-to-day leadership, governance and accountability needed for effective public services partnerships.
This webinar is aimed at:
- Public Service Boards
- Regional Partnership Boards
- Area Planning Boards
- Community Safety Partnerships
- Local authorities – Social Services, Housing, Education, Street Scene and Regulatory Services
- Health (particularly mental health, substance misuse and emergency department leads) – Leaders and Non-Exec Members
- Police and Criminal Justice agencies
- Fire & Rescue Services
- Registered Social Landlords (RSLs)
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