Co-Production means working together in partnership between those who provide services and those who use them to achieve social change.
About this Event
The need to involve service users in service design has gained greater attention in recent times. How, though can this happen to ensure genuine participation and involvement in sometimes complex systems?
This workshop will
• Explore the definitions of co-production
• Examine the benefits and challenges of using a co-production process
• Enable delegates to share their experiences and expertise in this area (if any)
• Use the LINKS model of co-production to identify where their organisation is at in terms of the co-production process
Online using Zoom
The training will allow participants plenty of opportunity to get involved through the use of practical exercises and also will allow plenty of time to ask questions.
Places are limited to Community/Voluntary and Public Sector and will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.
If you have any queries at all please email:
Lisa McArthur - firstname.lastname@example.org
If you register and do not attend, your registration fee will not be refunded unless you give advance warning of at least 7 working days.
We may take recordings at this event and these may be used for publicity or other purposes. Please contact email@example.com if you do not wish to be included.
We will send out workshop materials and Zoom joining details prior to the workshop.