The Improvement and Development Board (IDB) develops the strategy for and oversees the operation of, improvement and development initiatives in the local council sector in England, It was established in 2013 by agreement between NALC and the Society of Local Council Clerks (SLCC).
The core aims of the Improvement and Development Board are to:
Support county associations, SLCC branches and County Training Partnerships by providing strategic direction and a forum for discussion, consultation and collaboration for improvement and development initiatives
Engage with external stakeholders, including central government departments and the local government association, on improvement and development issues affecting local councils
Promote and maintain quality and consistency and develop a sustainable funding model for sector improvement and development initiatives
THE WORK OF THE IMPROVEMENT AND DEVELOPMENT BOARD
The key programmes overseen by the Improvement and Development Board are the Local Council Award Scheme, Certificate in Local Council Administration (CiLCA) and local councillor training packs.
Agendas, papers and minutes can be found in the members area.