Peer development day

This day will build a peer network and support you with challenges you face in building the voluntary sector’s role in health and social care transformation in your area. The agenda and structure will be designed to help you work on real current issues.

Date 28 November 2019
Time 10.00–16.00
Location NCVO Conference Suite, London

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Outcomes

By the end of the day, you will have:

Topics to be covered

  • Building a supportive network
  • Learning from each other, as well as national examples of good practice
  • Developing action plans to overcome current challenges to partnership working

We will be taking an ‘action learning’ approach to this event, to ensure that delegates are able to work on real current issues for their areas with colleagues experiencing similar challenges.

Who should attend?

Senior voluntary sector leaders who are responsible for the engagement and involvement of the voluntary sector in their health and social care transformation in STP/ICS area.

Who runs it?

The workshop will be facilitated by Emma Baylin. Emma is NCVO’s content expert on health systems and commissioning, and the role of the voluntary sector in health service transformation. Emma has more than 25 years’ experience of working and volunteering in health and community organisations and is an experienced trainer delivering on topics such as evidencing impact, understanding data and understanding health and social care system transformation.

This day is being delivered through a partnership with IVAR and Social Enterprise UK, and is funded by NHS England and NHS Improvement.

Timings

Registration and refreshments from 09:30.

The workshop will run 10:00–16:00 with an hour lunch break for networking.

Pricing

This is a free event. However, to cover our costs, a cancellation fee of £50 will be charged to anyone that does not inform us that they cannot attend by 17:00 on 25 November, or fails to attend on the day.

Questions

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