When we launched the local delivery pilot (LDP) approach we stressed that there would be a strong emphasis on learning throughout the pilots.
Shared learning is an essential feature of this work and we want to be able to share in a way that significantly helps other locations.
One way will be through workshops and webinars.
Engaging with Localities - Tuesday 8 October, 11am-12pm
The next in our series of the local delivery pilots community of learning webinars looks at engaging with localities. During the webinar, attendees will hear from colleagues from the Greater Manchester pilot who will talk about community engagement and in particular how voluntary, community, faith and social enterprise (VCFSE) partners are at the heart of this work.
There will be presentations from colleagues from the Greater Manchester pilot, followed by a question and answer session providing the opportunity for attendees to find out more about what the pilot has been learning.
On 3 July, 2019, we broadcast a webinar exploring the collective learning to date from the local delivery pilots.
It looked at the expanding learning and themes that are most commonly occurring across the pilots and was led by Naomi Shearon, out strategic lead for market insight, who was joined by Jason Fergus from the Essex local delivery pilot.
If you missed the webinar, would like to hear it again or would like to share it with colleagues you can view it here.
On 9 April we broadcast our second LDP Community of Learning webinar on community engagement featuring colleagues from two of the local delivery pilots (Birmingham and Solihull, and Withernsea) who shared their stories about how they have reached out to people in their local communities.
If you missed the webinar, would like to hear it again, or would like to share it with colleagues you can view it here. You can also download the slides, including information on engagement tools/resources pilots have used.
On 24 January, 2019, we broadcast our first community of learning webinar where Chris Perks, our executive director for local delivery, and Naomi Shearon, our strategic lead for behaviour change, shared the emerging learning so far from the local delivery pilots.
The webinar looked at the themes which are most commonly occurring across the pilots which we think have significance and relevance across the sector. If you missed the webinar, would like to hear it again, or would like to share it with colleagues you can view it here.
In June we ran three workshops in collaboration with the local delivery pilots, where we talked with delegates from a range of organisations about the work and experience of the pilots to date.
If you are interested in the learning shared and topics covered, including exploring the growing learning, you can read about it in the report from the workshops, which includes the slides from the sessions.
We, together with the local delivery pilots, recently talked with 130 delegates from a range of organisations across the country about the experiences so far of the pilots' work.
If you are interested in the learning shared and topics explored you can read about it in our report from the workshops which includes all the slides.
Keep in touch
If you want to keep in touch with the work of the pilots and be informed of workshops and webinars you can be added to our community of learning (CoL) contact list by emailing us through the CoL mailbox*.
Workshop and webinar slides
Community of Learning - June 2019 report File size: 2.02MBDownload
Community engagement webinar - April 2019 File size: 4.36MBDownload
Community of Learning - November 2018 slides File size: 9.11MBDownload
Community of Learning - November 2018 emerging learning prompt cards File size: 0.31MBDownload
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