Gaining Efficiencies Through a Local Street Scene Service Strategy
This masterclass aims to highlight the importance of developing a street scene service strategy, and demonstrates the value of having an effective strategy properly in place.
Delegates will receive training that introduces them to the range of issues that should be covered by a good street scene strategy, and the session will also go over methods of ensuring effective service delivery and improving the management of the local environment.
By the end of this training delegates will be able to:
- State the importance and value of having a street scene strategy in place;
- Identify the elements integral to a good street scene service strategy;
- Improve the management of their local environment;
Keep Britain Tidy is currently seeking accreditation of this masterclass by relevant bodies.
Who would benefit by attending?
This masterclass is aimed at Local Authority Officers and Managers who are involved in the development and implementation of street scene service strategies or local environmental management, and in town planning & design.
Delegates should already have some knowledge of the issues encompassed by street scene and local environmental management. The course will also be valuable to those who are responsible for staff involved in activities related to service delivery and cleansing at an operational level.
Members with an interest in local environmental management, and partnership working will also find this training beneficial.
One day (10.00am – 4.00pm)
£99+ VAT per delegate. Comprehensive delegate pack and Lunch included.
If you have a large team of staff who you would like to train, then bespoke training will give you much more value for money.Whilst saving money other benefits include:-
- Receiving a more tailored training package
- Providing an induction for new staff and motivating existing staff
- Ensuring consistent quality
- a greater focus on local matters
£2,000 + VAT for maximum of 30 delegates.
We recognise that you may not have a large number of staff to train, so why not invite colleagues from neighbouring authorities and associations who would also benefit from this option, and who could share the training costs.
As a host you need to provide a suitable training venue, equipment and refreshments (including lunch for full day courses).
To discuss this further and ascertain dates, please contact our Training Department on 01942 612621 or email your request to email@example.com