By the end of this 4-week course you’ll be able to:
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Our remote learning course, How to Make People-centred Change, is a facilitated online course based on over 5 years’ experience of running transformative projects with organisations, people and communities. We’ve designed the course carefully so you get the information you need at a pace you can digest it, along with the time, space and methods we know will allow you to properly explore how to use it in your own context.
E-learning! We’ve had enough of clicking through to the next page for more irrelevant information which doesn’t apply to our world, so we’ve designed this course based on what we know actually works in changing how you do things – reflective, participatory learning with a practical focus and human connection.
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An introduction to the ideas we need to explore when applying co-production methods and mindset to our work. Take part in practical activities to decide where you want to get to, understand the difference you can make and how to motivate people to take part.
Tackling the difficult issue of deciding who you need to speak to first. Thinking openly about who to involve and what level of involvement is right. Practical activities to map assets and find the people and communities who can be part of the process.
Thinking about what prevents us from engaging with people and what will allow us to do more. Practical activities to identify and overcome barriers, and time to try out and understand a range of collaborative methods and engagement techniques.
We’ll be introducing you to a range of collaborative methods which will make the sessions engaging, and applicable to your own context. You’ll also be trying out (and learning to use) many of the methods we use when we facilitate co-production, so you’re ready to start building them into your own involvement plan in week 4.
We’ll be introducing you to a range of collaborative methods which will make the sessions engaging, practically useful and applicable to your own context. You’ll also be trying out (and learning to use) many of the methods we use when we facilitate co-production, so you’re ready to start building them into your own involvement plan in week 4.
Sessions take place on Zoom or MS Teams every week for four weeks, between 11am – 1pm. (Please make sure you are able to attend the full series of four sessions before booking)
Session dates / times
TBC – please get in touch of you’re interested and we will let you know when the next dates are available.
Cost for the full series of 4 sessions is £720 per person (including VAT)
On booking you will be sent a learner agreement form which includes all the information you need to arrange payment.
Please ensure you have budget-holder approval prior to booking your place.
• A tool kit of activities and techniques for involving people specific to the context you are working in;
• The skills and confidence to start applying the mindset of co-production in your work;
• A deeper understanding of what it feels like to really bring lived experience into decision-making;
• The tools to put together a complete engagement plan.