Interactive Voting

During all our events delegates have the chance to express their views and opinions on the day’s debate through our interactive voting system.

This ground breaking technique will allow you, the delegates, to directly influence proceedings, and in turn allow for a wider consultation process.

You will be asked to respond to a series of questions submitted by both our speakers and delegates, the results of which will then be fed back to relevant policy-makers including government departments, select committees and the LGA.

All questions submitted should allow for a definitive answer rather than an open-ended response. For example, the question should allow for a True/False response or a choice of responses such as A, B, C or D. (please also include the answer options as well).

For an example of the format of our interactive questions, please click here

Delegates will also have a further opportunity to pose questions during the course of the morning in the open Q & A session.

The Future of Sustainable Transport - 2nd April
Removing Student Number Controls - 15th April
Teaching Computer Science at KS1 & KS2 (Leeds) - 29th April
The Role of Local Healthwatch - 29th April
Emergency Preparedness and Community Resilience - 30th April
Addressing Health Inequalities - 30th April
Preparing to Teach the New GCSEs - 8th May
Supporting BME People in the Workplace - 8th May
Tackling Extremism in the UK - 8th May
Ensuring Standards in FE - 13th May
Improving Mental and Physical Offender Health - 13th May
The New Code of Practice for Victims of Crime - 14th May
Recruitment Strategy for Children's Social Workers - 15th May
Review of the Regulation of Cosmetic Interventions - 15th May
Preparing to Teach the New GCSEs - 20th May
Acting on the Witty Review - 20th May
Tackling the Physical Inactivity Epidemic - 21st May
Improving the Adoption Process - 21st May
Widening Access and Student Success - 22nd May
The Pensions Bill - 22nd May