As you explore new ways of working through this period of remobilisation, you may be looking at your Service Level Agreements (SLAs).
SLAs are often the preferred method for local authorities to place arrangements between their services and customers on an open and transparent basis and demonstrate value for money.
Frontline services such as Catering, Cleaning, Grounds Maintenance, or traditional “support services” such as HR Legal Services, IT, Pensions and Payroll, have found that the SLA model is an excellent tool for developing partnerships and for demonstrating continuous improvement through ongoing review.
This course looks at how to make SLAs work for you from both a service provider perspective and a service purchaser perspective.
Delivered on Microsoft Teams, this is an intensive inter-active day that uses a variety of training methods including individual and group exercises, example SLAs for critical review, and has a strong emphasis on equipping participants with practical skills and knowledge that they can use in their workplace to improve their SLA arrangements.
1-day event: 10:00 – 16:00
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