Developing good relationships between commissioners and providers in adult social care - 1 day

Southwark Employees Price: £0 Associates Price: £0

Who is it for?

This course is for Practitioners and Managers.

What does it cover?

This course covers: 

  • Why organisations and individuals provide adult social care, what it necessitates and the various roles, tasks and ways of working required.
  • How commissioners and providers can work together practically.
  • Whether ‘good’ relationships can be measured and how these impact positively on customer outcomes.

What are the course outcomes?

 Participants will be able to:

  • Explore why local authorities undertake commissioning of adult social care, what it entails and the different roles and tasks involved.
  • Understand why organisations and individuals provide adult social care, what it necessitates and the various roles, tasks and ways of working required.
  • Consider what the evidence shows to be the makings of ‘good’ business relationships between commissioners and suppliers in public services.
  •  Understand how commissioners and providers can work together practically.
  • Review some examples of successful and innovative working relationships.
  • Describe steps they intend to take individually and together when they return to their places of work.
  • Know whether ‘good’ relationships can be measured and how these impact positively on customer outcomes.

Book dates available for this course

30 Jan 09:30 35 Wellington Street, London SE18 6HQ 8 Spaces Left

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