Road safety professionals are being invited to attend a free seminar taking place later this month, which will focus on working creatively and collaboratively in times of cutbacks.
Organised by the Child Accident Prevention Trust (CAPT) with funding from the DfT, the seminar takes place at the City of Bradford offices on 23 March (10.30am-3.30pm).
The seminar is being described as an opportunity for service providers and commissioners to come together and think ‘outside the silos’ about linking up services to save children’s lives on the roads.
It is aimed at those with an opportunity to influence or determine ways of working between departments, across local authority boundaries – or by bringing together the not-for-profit sector with the statutory sector.
The day will combine a range of short presentations from regions who have created ‘innovative joint working programmes’, with speakers sharing both the opportunities and the challenges they’ve faced.
Presentations will cover issues such as road safety education, training and publicity, engineering and public health.
For more information and/or to book a place on the seminar, visit the CAPT website.