Webinar For Financial Inclusion Workers
A webinar is being held on Friday October 28th on the subject of making effective use of the Knowledge Hub across the frontline financial inclusion sector.
This webinar session will be delivered by Emma Crouch (Welfare Rights Worker, Chair and Facilitator of the Dundee Advice Workers Forum and Knowledge Hub Group), Sandra Sankey (Improving Outcomes in Money Advice Project Manager at the Improvement Service) and Kristoffer Boesen (Media & Communications Officer at the Improvement Service).
In this webinar, participants will learn how advice workers have made use of this online collaboration tool in Dundee, as well as the positive outcomes. This good practice model has been highlighted as a case study through the Improving Outcomes in Money Advice Project.
The Dundee Advice Workers Forum is a local network for people working in advice services to share information and experiences. The Forum meets 4-6 times a year and was looking for ways to improve communication between members on a day-to-day basis and increase partnership working across the sector. Thus, it established its online group on the Knowledge Hub, a secure online collaboration platform which enables colleagues across public and third sector services to connect, discuss, exchange knowledge and develop initiatives to improve public services.
The webinar will help you learn from the approach taken in Dundee, learn more about the Knowledge Hub, and inform you regarding the support available from the Improvement Service which may help strengthen and support your own partnerships and networks.
To sign up to the webinar session click here: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/58971584240429826
For more details or if you have any questions in advance of this session please get in touch with Sandra Sankey, firstname.lastname@example.org, Tel. 07771 958964