This report outlines the results of an online survey of local authorities and the suppliers who provided the adviser support, conducted in early 2018 to capture their experiences of the programme at that point in time.
This report forms part of the LGA's evaluation of sector-led improvement and provides an overview of feedback on the impact of attending the Leadership Academy, from councillors who had completed the course in the summer of 2017. The survey was conducted several months after the course was completed, once attendees had had a chance to reflect upon the learning and put it in to practice.
This report forms part of the LGA's evaluation of sector-led improvement. It provides an overview of feedback from councillors who completed the Leadership Academy in 2017/18, gained through paper feedback forms distributed at the end of the final module.
The LGA's Perceptions Survey is an annual survey of member authorities. It is conducted to measure: the extent to which councils understand and engage with the LGA and its offer; how they view the LGA and engage with their communications; and specifically their views on and experiences of the support and resources it offers relating to sector-led improvement.
This publication demonstrates current examples of how councils support adult and young carers locally in a range of different ways from respite breaks to discount cards to tailored information and advice.
Whether it is supporting stopping smoking, encouraging healthy eating, protecting good mental health, or delivering universal or targeted health visiting services or simply working closely with the NHS - councils have a significant role to play.