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Learning
on Demand

Learning
on Demand

Self-directed development materials right at your fingertips

We understand that opportunities for self-reflection and professional development aren’t always easy to factor in on top of your everyday workload.

That’s why we decided to create the Solace Learning Hub. Our aim is to curate a space where you can engage with informative and inspiring sector-specific content, allowing you to expand your knowledge and skills in a way that suits your learning style, and your circumstances.

This space will be continuously refreshed and updated with content for you to visit at a time that works for you.

 

Carefully curated learning

Whether you’re an Early Career Leader, Established Leader or Executive Leader, we have resources available to aid your learning and development.

We’ve tagged our resources up with corresponding icons to where you are in your career for ease of navigation:

Content to continue your development

You can expect to see webinars, reports, thought leadership pieces, articles, podcasts and much more, all highlighting the latest information encompassing our core policy areas:

  • Health & Social Care
  • Economic Prosperity
  • Civil & Community Resilience
  • Digital Leadership
  • Infrastructure & Planning
  • Childrens & Families
  • Leadership & Learning
  • Elections & Democratic Renewal
  • Housing
  • Environment & Climate Change
  • Finance

Hot Topics

Spotlight on Health & Social Care

View our work on local public health, adult social care reform, and strengthening the sector following the challenges and opportunities highlighted by Covid-19.

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All Things Finance

View Solace’s work on local government finance, and championing the need for a fair and sustainable funding settlement to give our sector the certainty it needs to thrive.

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Digital Leadership & Economic Growth

Explore Solace’s activity around growing our local economies sustainably and fairly, and developing digital leadership skills in our authorities and communities.

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