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Public Sector Executive Launch 365 Events Platform

Public Sector Executive are proud to announce the launch of our 365 virtual events platform.

When building our platform, we set out with goals to ensure that PSE’s virtual events stood out from the rest, offering unique insights, a real sense of community for those that register and ensuring that a 365 day subscription truly meant a 365 day subscription by making all of our talks, Leaders Debates and networking available year-round.

With over 20 years’ experience of publishing to the public sector, PSE have curated a fantastic offering of over 300 speakers to share their insight and knowledge with you to help you power through 2021.

As with all things that PSE put out, our events are fully CPD certified, with up to 100 points available within our virtual events platform. 

As well as being able to attend our events live virtually, members of our community will be able to take part in events on-demand, to remind themselves of a valuable titbit to share with colleagues or simply to check back on a talk that they missed, making PSE’s virtual events truly unique.

Just because our events are virtual, that doesn’t mean you’ll miss out on those great networking opportunities – we have made sure that messaging, calling and video calling are baked in to our platform, which again is accessible all year round, meaning the networking doesn’t have to end when the event does.

Network isn’t limited to events, though. By signing up early, you can make the most of the platform’s fantastic messaging options to network with other leaders within the public sector who have already signed up to be part of the events.

Our events kick off on March 10th 2021 with the ZERO CARBON GOVERNMENT, with speakers from across the public sector, including Prof Joe Howe Executive Director and Professor of the Thornton Energy Institute, and Councillor Angeliki Stogia, Executive Member for Environment, Planning and Transport, Manchester City Council who will discuss how the public sector can decarbonise and innovate to meet net zero targets.

With digital playing such a key role in how everyone has worked over the past year, it has forced organisations to rethink their digital strategies, something that our second event shines a light on. Our DIGITAL INNOVATION event on April 7th 2021 aims to showcase where the public is going with digital transformations with speakers such as Geoff Connell, Head of Information Management and Technology, Norfolk County Council and Tom Pickering Member, All Party Parliamentary Group for Artificial Intelligence.

PSE will delve in SKILLS AND THE FUTURE OF WORK on May 5th, where discussions will be focused around ensuring that the public sector continues to be at the forefront of training and development of its workforce, with speakers including David Gallagher from Northern Council for Further Education and Sue Lovelock, Director of Professional and Technical Education, Education Skills Funding Agency.

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PSE365: Public Sector Virtual Events

PSE has created a full calendar of events to address the most important issues that influence the delivery of public sector services. 

 

Over 365 days you’ll have the opportunity to hear from a range of highly motivating, informative and inspirational speakers. These speakers will equip you with knowledge and unique insight to enable you to overcome the challenges that you face.

 

See our full events calendar and register now! 

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Ep 48. Achieving Net Zero - Cllr Abdul Jabbar - Oldham Council

As central government aims for the UK to be net zero by 2050, councils around the country make plans for how to reduce emissions. This episode’s guest, Oldham’s Councillor Abdul Jabbar outlines the importance of coming together to reduce the nation’s carbon footprint, the benefits of achieving net zero, and how Oldham Council are working to do just that.
 

Touching on the role that the public sector can play in sustainability, Cllr Jabbar said:
 

“I think it’s really important that the public sector gives true leadership in this space. I think something like one third of the carbon emissions in the country come from the public sector, so obviously we’re a big polluter in terms of the emissions.”
 

Councillor Jabbar also spoke about challenges being faced by organisations:
 

“I think the biggest one has been finance. Clearly the local government sector in particular has had its grants cut from central government by a huge amount and that’s had a very big impact in terms of our plans to take forward projects in relation to climate change, so that’s a major issue.”
 

To hear what Cllr Jabbar has to say about the mission to achieve net zero carbon emissions, listen to the latest episode of the Public Sector Executive Podcast.

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