An introduction to the concept of co-production and how it can be used to design and deliver public services
Co-production, if done well, can ensure that citizens have a
meaningful voice and are at centre of the design and delivery of
This course will look at the current Welsh context for
co-production and demystify the terminology around co-production.
Factors that need to be in place for co-production to thrive, such
as a cultural shift to enable shared power with citizens and an
asset based approach will be considered as well as the benefits and
challenges of working in a co-productive way.
Case studies highlighting co-production in practice will be
shared during the course and there will be the opportunity to
practice a number of participative planning tools.
To introduce the concept of co-production and how it can be used
in the design and delivery of public services.
By the end of the session participants will have:
- Contextualised co-production within Wales
- Better understood what is meant by co-production
- Discussed the culture context needed for co-production to
- Gained an appreciation of the benefits and challenges
- Shared case studies of co-production in practice
- Practised participative planning tools
Who this course is for
This course is aimed individuals, communities and organisations
who want to further develop and increase their skills and knowledge
of public engagement and work in a co-productive way.
We can also tailor this course for your organisation, contact us for an informal
discussion about your learning needs.