Co-production: moving from theory to practice (from ‘what it is’ to ‘how to do it’)

Date & Time:

Tuesday 13 October 2020 (10:00 - 16:30)

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Venue:

John Wesley Memorial Church, New Inn Hall St Oxford OX1 2DH

Detail:

This course is designed for people who are interested in learning how to apply the principles of co-production into the way they work. Delegates will have already completed our Introduction to Co-production module on the website (see below), or another relevant introduction to co-production course (for example SCIE’s).

Target Audience:

The course is a 1 day multi-agency training. It is open for anyone who is affected by Health & Social Care (H&SC), including people who use services or who care for someone that does, providers of services, or people working in H&SC.

You will be interested in this training if:

-you care about actively improving the way health & social care is designed and delivered, where collaboration, integration, equality and diversity are central to the way we work

-you are passionate about building stronger more resilient and sustainable communities

-you want to be a driver of change, incorporating these principles into your area of work

-you want to learn and share with other people who share this passion

Course Aims:

  • Understand the principles and values of co-production & why it works
  • Understand how co-production differs from other forms of engagement
  • Understand the processes involved in starting out – how co-production looks in practice
  • Understand some of the best practice skills, tools, and techniques that are required to facilitate co-production
  • Gain knowledge of good examples, why and how they worked
  • What some of the challenges are and how to overcome them
  • To engage in sharing experiences and learning from each other
  • And to give attendees the knowledge and confidence to implement co-production in their own area of work or community groups

This course is delivered by members of Co-production Oxfordshire.

To access the online introductory learning module please download the online training here:

https://www.oxfordshire.gov.uk/sites/default/files/file/about-council/coproduction_introduction_module.pdf 

 Refreshments and a light lunch are provided on this course.

Places Available:

29
Sector LimitAvailable
Cherwell District Council - Environment15
Cherwell District Council - Housing15
Cherwell District Council - Licensing15
Crimianl Justice Service - Thames Valley Probation15
Criminal Justice Service - Community Rehabilitation Company15
Criminal Justice Service - Thames Valley Police15
Criminal Justice System - Court Services15
Early Years - Childminder15
Early Years - Other15
Early Years - Pre School and Nursery15
Education - Further Education15
Education - Independent Schools15
Education - Primary15
Education - Secondary15
Education - Special Schools15
Health - Clinical Commissioning Group15
Health - Dental Practice14
Health - GP Practice15
Health - Oxford Health15
Health - Oxford University Hospital15
Housing Association15
Other15
Oxford City Council - Environment15
Oxford City Council - Housing15
Oxford City Council - Licensing15
Oxfordshire County Council - Childrens Social Care and Early Intervention15
Oxfordshire County Council - Education and Learning15
Oxfordshire County Council - Environment & Economy15
Oxfordshire County Council - Fire and Rescue Services15
Oxfordshire County Council - Foster Carer15
Oxfordshire County Council - Joint Commissioning15
Oxfordshire County Council - Public Health15
Oxfordshire County Council - Social and Community Services15
Oxfordshire County Council - Trading Standards15
Oxfordshire County Council - Youth Justice Service15
Private, Community and Voluntary Sector15
South Oxfordshire District Council - Environment15
South Oxfordshire District Council - Housing15
South Oxfordshire District Council - Licensing15
Vale of White Horse - Licensing Department15
Vale of White Horse District Council - Environment15
Vale of White Horse District Council - Housing15
West Oxfordshire District Council - Environment15
West Oxfordshire District Council - Housing15
West Oxfordshire District Council - Licensing15

Booking:

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Further Information:

Trainer:

Co-production Oxfordshire Trainers

Venue Details:

John Wesley Memorial Church, New Inn Hall St Oxford OX1 2DH

(01865 243216)