Date: Wednesday 3 July 2013 Time: 10.30am – 5pm
Places are still available on this practical one-day seminar focused on the issues for successful participation in the transforming rehabilitation programme. Our range of expert speakers now includes Nick Hurd, Minister for Civil Society, amongst many others (see below).
The government is creating a new public service market worth billions of pounds and is committed to having a diversity of provision in the delivery of probation services.
You should not miss this seminar if you want to be part of this exciting opportunity!
An E3M seminar organised jointly with BWB LLP and with support from NVCO.
Social enterprises, charities and not-for-profit organisations: £125 +VAT;
private commercial organisations: £250 +VAT
To book go to the EventBrite website.
Click here for the programme Transforming Rehabilitation Flyer
The event brings together a range of legal, financial and business experts to address the practical commercial issues concerned in entering this new market. It will include:
• updates on this fast evolving programme and the opportunities that may exist for charities social enterprises and mutual organisations
• how to engage with partners to form a prime consortium and how to bid successfully
• how to engage with prime contractors as a supply chain partner and how to negotiate effectively
• how to attract funding from social investors
•how probation officers may create mutual organisations to bid
• the support that is available and how to access it
• networking opportunities to meet with potential partners and funders
Confirmed speakers include:
• Nick Hurd MP, Minister for Civil Society
• Antonia Romeo, Director General of Transforming Rehabilitation, Ministry of Justice
• Spencer Draper, Team Leader, Market System and Support, Ministry of Justice
• Michael O’Toole, Crown Crown Representative for VCSE Cabinet Office
• Martin Kinsella, CEO P3
• Rachel Byrne, Stonham Homegroup
• Jonathan Flory, Social Finance
• Matt Robinson, Big Society Capital
• Jonathan Bland, Social Business International
The event will be of interest to:
• Charities and Social Enterprises considering participating in the Transforming Rehabilitation programme
• Probation officers considering setting up mutual organisations
• Private sector entities looking to build supply chains to deliver the programme
• Funders and investors interested in supporting participation in the programme
• Intermediaries and advisors looking to support participants in the programme
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