Case study

Constructing collaboration - Canterbury Christ Church University

10 May 2016

Canterbury Christ Church University, in partnership with Shared Service Architecture, has established the UK’s first postgraduate qualification for developing Public Purpose Collaborations.

Aimed at organisations such as Combined Authorities and City Regions it will be delivered nationally in partnership with the Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy (CIPFA), and is expected to be completed within six months part-time study.

The Postgraduate Certificate in Collaborative Transformation has been designed to equip programme and project managers with the skills and tools they need to drive forward collaborative transformation projects and make significant savings.  By developing and using in-house managers, organisations can minimise external consultancy fees while also realising many thousands of pounds in tangible savings for shared service partnerships.

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