Co-production – an introduction training course

CPD Standards Office accredited course

This CPD-accredited course gives an introductory overview of co-production and how its principles can be applied in the workplace.

Course content

This course explains the valuable role of co-production in the collaborative development of care services.

Content includes:

  • an overview of co-production
  • an outline of the principles of co-production
  • learn how co-production is different to consultation, participation and involvement
  • a look at barriers to meaningful co-production.

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Learning outcomes

This course is a useful introduction to co-production for social care providers and affiliated staff. It boosts knowledge and understanding around best practice and the main principles. Participants will:

Who should attend?

Team leaders and managers working for care and support providers, healthcare staff and managers, housing officers, commissioners of services, project workers and carers and users of social care and health services.

Duration

Co-production – An introduction course is delivered over one day.

CPD accreditation

CPD Standards Office accredited course ref no 60036/40.

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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.

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