Creating "Duty to Collaborate" Programme Teams

Jun 26, 2018

Quick Overview

This is a pathway session to the Postgraduate Certificate in Collaborative Transformation at Canterbury Christ Church University

Creating "Duty to Collaborate" Programme Teams

Venue: Essex FRS Headquarters
Time: 26th - 28th June 2018

We are pleased to announce a range of new regionally hosted session dates for 2018.

Below is a summary of the course but please dowload the PDF document at the bottom of this page for full details on the programme. 

NFCC's Creating "Duty to Collaborate” Programme Teams ensures that your FRS project teams are equipped with over 100 tools, templates and techniques to support the wide range of collaboration projects demanded by the transformation of the public sector.

Delivered by Shared Service Architecture, the programme underpins the first module of the Postgraduate Certificate in Collaborative Transformation from Canterbury Christ Church University, covering the development and delivery of collaborative working and shared services within, or between, organisations.


31 fire and rescue services and 26 police forces have already sent members of their collaboration teams on this programme, with the majority rating it as “Excellent” in their evaluations.


What are the benefits of having a skilled collaborative transformation team?

For your organisation: It gives confidence to an employer to know that they are represented by practitioners who are skilled at building collaborative advantage for all in the partnership.

For your partnership: Having skilled collaboration practitioners on the project team will help accelerate the journey by ensuring that the collaboration is set on strong foundations from the outset, and will avoid the classic pitfalls experienced in so many partnerships.

For individuals: Project team members can apply over 100 tried and tested tools, templates and techniques in any collaborative settings and across many sectors (local and central government, fire, police, PCC, health & social care, housing and third sector). This gives them the confidence to be successful in their role, no matter who the partners are.


This regional programme will take place at Essex FRS Headquarters on 26th to 28th June 2018.  We have a maximum of 20 places available. 


26th June - Unpacking the collaborative working - Highway Code Toolbox

27th June - Unpacking the collaborative working - Trust and Shared Vision Toolbox 

28th June - Unpacking the collaborative working - Shared Business Case Toolbox 


The fee for each individual session is £350+vat with a £125+vat discount for booking all three sessions together. 

This programme is open to all emergency services, health services, local authorities and other public sector organisations involved in collaborative working and shared services. 

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