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Leading a Pan-London Voluntary and Community Sector Action

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Leading a Pan-London
Voluntary and Community Sector
Action Plan
24 September 2014
Pan London Action
Planning
Journey so far
The Journey
so -far
London CYP
Engage
VCS Network
developed
Review of
needs and
priorities
by VCS Engage
and TDA
Broad
range of
partners
engaged
June 25th
Action
Planning
Session
Draft
Action
Plans
Developed
Cross Sector
event planned
Sept 08
Action Plan
disseminated
to all partners
Key Challenges
• Complexity of delivering ECM-CFC across 33 boroughs
• Commissioning issues
• Workforce development
• Representation of the VCS regionally and locally
• Effective cross borough working
• Diversity of provision
The Vision: A New Approach
• Drawing on expertise across the sectors to identify both
priorities and solutions
• Maximising opportunities for robust partnerships and
joint working
• Highlighting, creating and showcasing effective practice
• Brokering resources and packages of support
• Promoting pan-London approaches and enabling
partners to work together
• 25th June – 6 key messages
25th June
Outcomes
First Steps Towards Realising Vision
•Review of key needs and priorities completed across a
range of partners by VCS Engage and TDA
•Advisory group established to steer the process supported
by GOL
•Action planning session facilitated on the 25th June
•Session focused on creating a SMART action plan across all
partners
•6 key areas for development
identified
Some ways this will be achieved
• Communications
• Partnership Working
• Training and Development
• Research and Analysis
• Reviewing and Strengthening
Overview
Action
Keymessages
Messages
Action Plan
Plan: Key
Infrastructure and Capacity
• Strengthen and improve VCS communications across London
• Promote effective engagement of VCS orgs ensuring engagement and
involvement in local and regional decision-making
• Increase engagement and representation of Pan-London Specialist
Infrastructure Groups in local and regional decision- making
1) Improved Communications
Aim – Coordinated communication across the VCS in London
•
Improved communications process in place with the right
influence to the right people
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•
•
Improved sharing of good practice
Policy and lobbying roles coordinated
Rationalised signposting and knowledge management in place
Sustainability of the VCS Engage approach
Leads: London CYP Engage, the London Policy Group and LCYPP
2) Effective Engagement
Aim – to ensure that VCS organisations are engaged and
involved in local and regional decision-making
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•
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mandated voice at a local and regional level
•
•
equitable access to commissioning processes
better engagement of small, BAME and other interest groups
Robust partnerships with stronger accountability and feedback
structures in place
joint training, research and knowledge sharing
Leads: London CYP Engage, the London Policy group
and LCYPP
3) Representation and Pan London Specialist Groups
Aim – to increase engagement and representation of
specialist infrastructure groups in decision- making
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•
mandated �voice’ at local and regional level
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•
improved working between specialist regional groups
identified �communities of specific need’ to have the opportunity
and support to be represented within structures of influence, e.g.
Children’s Trusts and LSPs.
advocate �Shout, Store, Share and Support’
Leads: London CYP Engage, Specialist Infrastructure Groups
and LYCPP
Overview
Action
Keymessages
Messages
Action Plan
Plan: Key
Services and Delivery
• Support innovation through partnerships across statutory and third
sector
• Improve commitment to securing quality assured practice
• Develop workforce - aim for well trained and qualified workers with
clear and affordable development pathways at all levels
1) Promote Innovation
Aim: supporting innovation through partnerships across
the statutory and third sector
•
check commissioning and alignment pressures do not limit
innovation and risk-taking
•
Raise the profile of innovation and provide platforms for
innovators
•
Support innovation in the following areas:
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cross-borough working
Consortia or partnership approaches
Sharing approaches
Leads: London CYP Engage and Innovation Exchange
2) Increase Quality Assurance
Aim - Improved service delivery and commitment to securing
quality assured practice
•
Propose new ways to increase investment without undermining
delivery
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•
Enable funders to value quality and be confident VCS can deliver
•
Focus on joint training, research and knowledge sharing
between VCS and commissioners
Produce robust map of quality assurance and clearly signpost
through agreed routes
Leads: London CYP Engage and Young London Matters
3) Promote and Ensure Workforce Development
Aim - Well trained and qualified workers with clear and affordable
development pathways at all levels
•
•
improved service delivery
•
promote value of workforce development and comprehensive
training
•
training and skills needs across VCS should inform workforce
strategies
ensure commissioners understand and recognise skills and
qualifications
Leads: London CYP Engage, CWDC, Workforce Networks and
GOL/LYCPP
Next Steps
• Develop
• Deliver and Implement
• Evaluate and Review
• Disseminate learning
Outcomes
•sustainable and vibrant VCS
•improved and more accurate
communication between and within sectors
•more positive outcomes for
children and young people, their families and
communities
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