Co-production: Holding accessible and inclusive meetings
Meetings are one of the day to day activities of almost all co-production projects. But how do we make sure that our meetings allow everyone to take part, do not exclude anyone, and support project progress effectively?
This highly practical course is for anyone in social care and health services who is planning or already working on projects which involve holding meetings with diverse groups of people.
- An overview of co-production
- Recruiting group members
- Getting to know the group and building trust
- Training and support for group members
- Terms of reference, chairing and ground rules
- Creating accessible meeting papers
- Common problems and how to overcome them
- Understand the principles of inclusive and accessible meetings
- Understand access requirements for disabled people
- Improve their confidence and knowledge to hold inclusive meetings
Who should attend?
Participants are likely to be mixed group, with a range of roles including:
- Co-production leads or managers
- Involvement, engagement or participation leads/managers
- Senior leaders with responsibility for co-production
- People who use services and carers who are active in co-production
- Chairs of co-production groups or boards
- Researchers leading the co-production aspects of studies
- Social work and health educators who lead on co-production or involvement
The course is delivered over one full day.
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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.
Book a place on an open course
We occasionally deliver this training course as a one day open access classroom course on selected dates. These courses are designed for individuals or small groups to attend.
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