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Transforming Social Care...
Transforming Social Care

8 June 2005, Ibis Hotel Earls Court, London SW6

This case study-led conference will examine the issues surrounding the fundamental structural, cultural and organisational changes and challenges facing councils in delivering the government's new vision for social care. The conference explores implementing direct payment schemes, the administrative and cultural challenges of providing separate children and adult care, closer working between local authorities and primary care trusts and the recruitment, retention and registration of social workers. As the sector faces further changes in the very near future, you cannot afford to miss this crucial event.

Full programme details are at

Sustainable Communities

14 June 2005, 27 Sussex Place, Regents Park, London

The outcome of the Egan review and addressing the difficulties surrounding housing, regeneration and town planning will all be covered in this much awaited conference. What exactly do local authorities need to do in order to develop communities that residents want to live and work in?

Find out by visiting and registering today.

Youth Services Green Paper

11 July 2005, 27 Sussex Place, Regents Park, London

The Youth Services Green Paper is a crucial development, with many new challenges. As local authorities prepare to establish children's trusts with responsibility for integrated youth services, the challenge is to ensure that all services are joined-up, government expectations are met and all relevant stakeholder views are taken into account. LGC is pleased to be presenting this essential Youth Services Green Paper conference, which is the first of a three-part series, following the development of government's youth policy, from green paper to act.

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