Responding to COVID-19: insight, support and guidance

Social care webinars and events

CIPFA offers social care events on a regular basis, including webinars, conferences and training. See our latest events here.

Webinars coming soon

The Future of Adult Social Care

12 August

Reform of adult social care is long overdue and remains one of the thorniest issues on the UK political landscape. COVID-19 has clearly highlighted weaknesses in the sector's resilience – and should act as a catalyst for reform. Join us in this free webinar to discuss the past and present of adult social care, and what reforms must take place in a world that has been significantly changed as a result of the pandemic.

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Building Back from Covid: Re-setting your Social Care Transformation Plans

27 August

This webinar is another in our series of free webinars brought to you by CIPFA, Peopletoo and SCIE.

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Past webinars

Identifying, prioritising and protecting vulnerable citizens: a case study

In response to COVID-19, CIPFA and Xantura came together to address how local authorities can quickly identify which vulnerable groups are in most need of critical support. View the slides from a webinar on 27 May which explains how their new COVID-19 OneView service helped the London Borough of Barking and Dagenham identify vulnerable people or visit our COVID-19 OneView page.

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Social Care: Recovery and reform webinar after COVID-19

Held on 8 July, this webinar was hosted by CIPFA, SCIE and Peopletoo and brought together strategic decision-makers across all channels of social care delivery to address pivotal aspects to the recovery and reform of children and adult social care services. CEOs, CFOs and directors of children's services explored the key challenges of commissioning, anticipating and planning for the challenges of financing social care, followed by a panel session with further insights and strategies.

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Visit our Building Sustainable Social Care page