Exploring coproduction / the shared power model – a higher level of engagement

Aims
Accredited by Agored Cymru

To enable learners to understand how to use a ‘Shared Power’ engagement model in project work.

Content
Participants will have an opportunity to build on their existing skills and knowledge in Public engagement by exploring in more depth the higher levels of engagement i.e. Shared Power and Citizen Control. The course offers knowledge, skills, tools and reflective practice to enable practitioners to put into practice these higher levels of engagement. It is advisable that participants has firstly complete the ‘Public Engagement: Theory and Practice’ course, delivered by Participation Cymru or an equivalent.
Learning outcomes
By attending this course you will be able to …
  • Understand levels of engagement and their characteristics
  • Understand how to influence decision-makers to potentially change organisational culture
  • Be able to use a shared power model of engagement in planning a project
  • Be able to reflect on practice
Who this course is for

This course is aimed at those who work within public services who want to further develop and increase their skills and knowledge in public engagement, particularly at the level of Shared Power (which includes co-production).

Additional information
  • A registration fee of £21 per learner will be charged for those who register to complete the Agored Cymru assessment
Day 1 - 6 June 2018
Day 2 - 7 June 2018
Day 3 - 3 July 2018
Date:
6 June 2018 - 3 July 2018 (3 Days) - The Culture & Media Centre (CF10 5HW)
Trainers:
Alain Thomas, Amanda Williams
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