New regionally hosted sessions for 2018
National Fire Chiefs Council in collaboration with Shared Service Architecture and Canterbury Christ Church University
These sessions are open to all emergency services, health services, local authorities and other public sector organisations involved in collaborative working and shared services.
The three seminars for this programme are:
The Highway Code of Collaborative Working which equips you with an understanding of the basic legal statutes and other issues that can empower, or place constraints on multi-agency partnerships.
The SSA Trust & Shared Vision Toolbox which will teach you how to apply 40 highly successful tools, templates and techniques to build trust and shared vision between the decision makers in the partnership.
The SSA Business Case Toolbox provides over 40 tools, templates and techniques for use in developing a shared business case.
Once you have completed the three sessions, and your application for practitioner recognition has been approved, you will be licensed to use the designated letters CTPrac™. You can use them in your email signature, business cards and CV.
You will have also stepped onto the first module of the Postgraduate Certificate In Collaborative Transformation at Canterbury Christ Church University.
On completion of the postgraduate certificate, you can apply for Collaborative Transformation Architect – CTArc™ – recognition.
This is a pathway session to the Postgraduate Certificate in Collaborative Transformation at Canterbury Christ Church University.
The fee for attending this three day programme is £925 +VAT per delegate
28 February - 2 March 2018
Location: South West
Ratings from past delegates
"Engaging, knowledgeable and good delivery style. Extremely helpful programme with practical tips and guides to assist practicing and developing Collaborative Programmes at work. It’s not rocket science – we can go away and do this."
Derry Crorken, Chief Inspector Early Action Integration and Collaboration Manager, Lancashire Constabulary
"This course has really opened my eyes to the skills necessary to do collaboration."
Andy Johnson, Deputy Chief Fire Officer, Shropshire Fire and Rescue
"An excellent insight into the mechanisms relating to public purpose collaboration."
Rob Carden, Chief Supt, Merseyside Police