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Delivered through the medium of English
The session will give participants the knowledge, understanding, skills and confidence necessary to implement co-production successfully. Small group discussions will enable participants to share their knowledge and experience and to take a creative, asset-based approach to strategic planning.
This highly interactive theory and practice training includes presentations, case-studies, exercises, small-group and whole-group discussions, and Q&A opportunities.
Part 1 will cover:
- What co-production is, and isn’t.
- Why co-produce? purpose, value and impact.
- Strengths and Assets. What are you already doing?
- When to co-produce. Spectrum of engagement & complexity theory.
Part 2 focuses on the practicalities of implementation. It will cover:
- How to co-produce. Techniques, tools and co-design methodology.
- Co-productive evaluation. Outputs & Outcomes and measuring what matters.
- Co-production and you. What could we do? What difference could we make?
By the end of the course, you will be able to:
- Understand the principles of co-production
- Understand the potential impact of working in this way
- Understand when co-production can be most effectively applied
- Understand the key co-production implementation tools, techniques and methods
- Understand the basics of evaluation for co-production
- Consider how these principles could be applied in their specific organisational context
Who this course is for
The training is suitable for people with varying levels of co-production knowledge, or none. It is particularly aimed at managers and frontline staff who will be responsible for implementing a co-productive approach and will include opportunities to consider the potential for and barriers to co-production in your organisational context. It can also be beneficial to include partners and members of the communities you support: a demonstration of the all in this together ethos that underpins co-production.