|Source||The University of Cambridge Programme for Industry, The Prince of Wales International Business Leaders Forum, and The Copenhagen Centre|
We are delighted to announce the launch of Partnership Matters: Current Issues in Cross-Sector Collaboration. This annual publication exemplifies cutting edge partnership thinking and practice and provides thought leadership for the partnership movement. The publication (which is downloadable from http://www.cpi.cam.ac.uk/pccp/journal.html) draws extensively on contributions to and output from the Postgraduate Certificate in Cross-Sector Partnership (PCCP) course.
PCCP is developed and delivered by an international partnership between three established and influential institutions. Since its launch in 2002, it has already achieved international acclaim and support from major public and private sector institutions as well as leading NGOs and intergovernmental agencies, and in its first two years, has attracted top-level participants from over thirty countries and from a broad range of sectors. The course is designed for senior professionals from any sector whose role requires them to understand, develop or manage cross-sector partnerships. Our aim is to provide participants with a broad and deep understanding of the key issues and challenges facing cross-sector partnerships, as well as practical tools, skills and techniques to help them to meet these challenges in practice. Participants also leave the programme with a strong, multi-sectoral and multi-national alumni network to support them in their future endeavours.
Applications are currently being received for the third year of the course, which will begin in March 2004. It is anticipated that the course will be fully subscribed by this year-end. If you require any further information or wish to discuss the course in more detail please contact Annette Rigby at email@example.com, call +44 (0) 1223 342128 or visit the programmes website: http://www.cpi.cam.ac.uk/pccp.
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