The CIPR's Local Public Services group represents communications professionals in all local public services, including local government, health, housing, education, and emergency services.
Visit our blog at http://localpublicservicecomms.org
Forthcoming CPD webinars - more details
9 October 2017, 6.30pm 'Intellectual Property - why is it important to you', a CPD webinar with IPO and CMI Southern. Book for the 9/10/2017 webinar - for the CPD log, please indicate if you are a CIPR member.
5 December 2017, 6.30pm 'Mental toughness and personal resilience' a CPD webinar with trainers AQR International and CMI Southern. Book for the 5/12/2017 webinar - for the CPD log, please indicate if you are a CIPR member.
We are gathering research materials including case studies on digital transformation for a report and webinar later this year. The webinar will explore 'Managing communications in the digital age with the self-service citizen', a CPD webinar with the CIPR Wessex and CMI Southern. Contact us to get involved or submit materials.
We represent communicators working in or supporting local public services, from councils and health authorities to regional police and ambulance authorities. We are a voice for you at a national level and within the Chartered Institute of Public Relations. If you have issues, concerns or just want to shout about your work, we are there to help you.
Our main aims are to:
- promote good practice and encourage professional development and standards
- support local public services to continue to deliver great communications during a period of significant cuts in the public and not-for-profit sectors
- promote the benefits of partnership working
- promote the role of council and other public services communications as effective tools to engage with residents and other stakeholders.
The group conducted an extensive research project into local public service communications in 2015 resulting in a report 'Influence for Impact'. A programme of CPD events, working with other parts of the CIPR, are planned for 2016. We want to involve you in the development of these events. For more information, email LPS@cipr.co.uk.
Get in touch
For authorative comment on local public service communications issues, contact the CIPR Local Public Services Group.
Get in touch with Group Chair, Clair Mandy Pearse and the group at LPS@cipr.co.uk