Gain CTPrac™, or CTArc™ recognition

A recognised Collaborative Transformation Practitioner (CTPrac™) is a public sector project manager, or project team member, who has attended three qualifying seminars or workshops in the SSA collaborative working programme. CTPrac™ recognition also indicates that they have stepped onto the pathway to the Postgraduate Certificate In Collaborative Transformation at Canterbury Christ Church University.

A Collaborative Transformation Architect (CTArc™) has completed the Postgraduate Certificate In Collaborative Transformation. They will have the skills and knowledge to lead programmes of shared service, or collaborative transformation projects – reported into by CTPrac project managers.

The benefit for your organisation is having members of staff who are skilled and knowledgeable in the specialist areas of collaborative working and shared services. They can accelerate the scale and pace of the collaboration projects and avoid the mistakes of unskilled project leads. The benefit to you is that CTPrac™, or CTArc recognition will turbo charge your CV and make you valuable, in these uncertain times, to both your current employer and future ones too.

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Why become a postgraduate?

Shared Service Architecture and Canterbury Christ Church University launched the UK’s first Postgraduate Certificate in Shared Services (PCSS) in 2010. In 2015 the six month, part-time learning, certificate was refreshed and renamed the Postgraduate Certificate in Collaborative Transformation to reflect the changes in the UK public sector collaboration landscape.

The programme focuses on providing the advanced collaborative leadership skills, that are required by those leading on partnership working across local government, blue-light transformation, NHS integration, Health & Social Care, Housing and Education (HE/FE).

Registration for the February 2018 15th Cohort is now open.

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