What must you know before you get ‘behind the wheel’ of a collaboration or shared service?
The Highway Code seminar is one of the most popular in the CTPrac™ programme. The reason is that many leaders and managers have been thrust into collaborative working without any formal training and have found themselves lacking knowledge in the key decision-making areas.
For example, collaborative structures, collaborative governance and the raft of legal issues that impact shared services and collaborative transformation. These include which models and legal entities can be used (eg combined authorities, joint committee, special purpose vehicles, mutuals, joint ventures etc), the impact of current EU procurement law, VAT exemptions, TUPE, the Social Value Act, data protection and key issues in partnership communications.
Using enjoyable, rapid learning techniques, this seminar will take you through the five steps in the Highway Code of Collaborative Working. The essential things you need to understand about the rules, regulations and potential pitfalls that you will encounter on the collaboration journey. They are set out in the five-step journey map above.
This is a pathway session to the Postgraduate Certificate in Collaborative Transformation at Canterbury Christ Church University.
The fee for attending this seminar is £399 +VAT per delegate (discounts apply for multiple bookings)
30 January 2018
Location: Thames Valley
7 February 2018
13 February 2018
21 February 2018
To enquire about holding an in-house seminar for groups of 8 or more (we will come to you) and the discounts/benefits involved, please email Magda Zurba
Ratings from past delegates
Comprehensive and engaging seminar which was well presented and structured.”
Excellent overview of parts to consider and issues to be aware of – the checklists are a must.”
Informative, pitched at the correct level, good documentation.”
A good mixed approach to delivering learning.”
A really excellent day, delivered in a way to involve and excite.”