The sessions are open to all emergency services with operational and departmental leaders involved in collaborative working and shared services.
What are the benefits of this one day session to your collaboration projects and your partnerships?
For your organisation: It gives confidence to an organisation to know that they are represented by operational and departmental leaders who understand the theory and skills of building partnerships and collaborations, and can cascade it into their teams and embed it at all levels.
For your partnerships: Having operational and departmental leaders with an understanding of the methods that make collaborations work, will help accelerate the journey by ensuring that the projects are set on strong foundations from the outset, and will avoid the classic pitfalls experienced in so many partnerships.
For your operational and departmental leaders: They will feel more confident in stepping pro-actively into collaborative working – and not just with other emergency services. They will lead their departments more effectively in collaborations and they will become opportunity spotters for collaborations that will deliver the strategy of the organisation.
20 places available in this in-house session £2,250 + VAT plus tutor expensesRegister / More Details
Ratings from past delegates
I found the day very useful given it was the first formal training I have received around the collaboration agenda. My understanding of collaboration has improved through the training given.”
Very useful. Whilst I have attended the practitioner training, this served to refresh my thoughts and give me a firmer framework for the collaboration project I’m involved in.”
Very good and answered some questions I had about what collaboration actually is.”
I thought the activities were really good and effective.”
Majority of the activities were very productive and assisted in putting the learning into context.”
I thought the exercises were good and definitely something useful for future reference, not just for collaboration but for projects in general.”
These sessions were helpful in terms of raising my understanding of the subject and enabled the practical application of the theory behind collaboration.”