Improving Attendance in the Public Sector Seminar 1

9 Jun 2011 - 9:00am - 1:00pm
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How can absence data be more effectively and consistently presented across the public sector in Wales?

The Wales Audit Office held this free interactive seminar to bring together the most up-to-date practices from across Wales and beyond. By the end of the seminar, delegates were able to select from and adapt approaches to suit their own needs, enabling them to achieve more with less.

This seminar provided a basis for building a strong network of practitioners across the Welsh Public Sector. It enabled public sector organisations to compare like for like data and to share the learning where organisations are performing well.

Delegates attended from Local Government, Police Authorities, Fire and Rescue Services, Health Boards, Welsh Government and Wales Audit Office.

Seminar outline

The seminar will consisted of a keynote speech from Mrs Carmel Napier, the Chief Constable of Gwent, and the following workshops:

  • Hotline to Real-time
    Cwm Taf Health Board, Ian Stead
  • Blasting Bureaucracy and how data is used
    South Wales Fire & Rescue Service, Sally Murton Chapman
  • Figures – Fact or Fiction
    Vale of Glamorgan Council, Miles Punter
  • Measuring Success through Engagement
    UWIC, Stuart Scott

When and where

Thursday 9 June 2011,
0900 - 1300,
Wales Audit Office, 24 Cathedral Road, Cardiff, CF11 9LJ

Agenda (PDF, 117kB, opens in new window)
Improving Attendance in the Public Sector Agenda
Outputs and Actions (PDF, 103kB, opens in new window)
Improving Attendance in the Public Sector Outputs and Actions