Co-production – an introduction course
Building partnerships with users and carers to improve services is what co-production is all about. But how can we work together to make this a reality? This participatory session focuses on the practical processes and tools required for successful co-production.
This course will help you to:
- understand what co-production is
- understand the difference between co-production and engagement, participation and involvement
- identify the principles of co-production
- identify some of the barriers to meaningful co-production
- improve your knowledge and confidence about how to put co-production into practice
Who should attend?
This introductory level course is aimed at staff, carers and users of social care and health services who want to know about the basics of co-production and increase their understanding of good practice.
This course is particularly valuable for the following teams and staff:
- team leaders and managers working for care and support providers
- healthcare staff and managers
- housing officers
- commissioners of services
- project workers.
This is a sample training course outline. It is based on approximately 25 delegates, trained at your premises. It can be adapted to your organisation’s training and CPD requirements. Contact us to arrange an in-house customised course.
Book a place on an open course
We are also delivering this training as an open access course. These courses are designed for individuals or small groups to attend. We currently have the following open sessions scheduled for this course: Book now for the following dates:
The 29 September Co-production course in Birmingham has been postponed and new date has yet to be confirmed. You may wish to book the London course.