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NCF Forums and Networks

Connecting Members, Sharing Best Practice, Exchanging Knowledge

The most valuable resource of the NCF is the knowledge, experience and information held by the combined NCF membership.

We have eight forum groups; they are: HR, Marketing and Communications, Practice and Quality, Finance, Learning Disability, Digital Transformation, Housing with Care and Governance (for trustees and board members).

2023 has seen us launch three specialist learning networks focused on Dementia, Faith and Spirituality, and Public and Policy Affairs. More details on these networks can be found here.

To join any of our forum groups or networks, please email Valeriia Zemtsova

Through the sharing and harnessing of these resources the NCF Forums and Networks are invaluable to individuals and organisations in the effective provision of quality care.

The NCF Forums bring together over 1100 senior executives and decision makers from across our member organisations to discuss social care policy, quality assurance systems, human resources management, learning disability, staff training and development, finance, domiciliary care, marketing, housing with care, property and purchasing, digital technology and governance.

They are a very effective means of communication, networking and policy development.

As a member of the NCF Forums and Networks you can pose questions for real time responses to other forum members.

Meetings and discussions are restricted to NCF members and invited guests only.

All NCF members are welcome to nominate a representative from within their organisation to attend these meetings.

Membership of the NCF has been incredibly useful to our team, in particular through the weekly member calls and via the various forums, such as the HR, Finance and Communications forums.  Our non-executive directors have also found it useful to connect with the Governance forum, especially for those who didn’t have a background in adult social care.