Consultancy work undertaken by IMPOWER and New Networks (FOI)
Consultancy work undertaken by IMPOWER and New Networks (FOI)Produced by the Freedom of Information office
Authored by Government of Jersey and published on 23 December 2020.
Prepared internally, no external costs.
Can you tell me what posts / consultancies [redacted] (either as IMPOWER, and / or New Networks or under her own or any other title) has undertaken for Jersey States;
With dates if possible
In 2018 and 2019, [redacted] undertook work in relation to the following areas:
the offer for children in care
the entitlement for care leavers
the framework and model for prevention and early intervention (right help right time)
business case for support for Jersey Cares
support for the development of the target operating model (Children, Young People, Education and Skills)
other consultancy support (eg contributing to proof of concept work in relation to a service model for mothers susceptible to multiple removals of children at birth
Advising on the establishment, scoping and delivery planning for the Government of Jersey “Shaping Demand” efficiency programme
[Redacted] work has been commissioned on the basis of between two to three days / week depending upon demand.
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