The associate membership option is open to voluntary and not-for-profit organisations (£395 annually).

Our associate members benefit from: 

  • A named contact in our central team to offer direct support by telephone and email - including advice and guidance about choosing, working with and understanding data from measures, or about developing your own approach to outcome measurement. 

  • Access to the CORC Best Practice Framework and Self-Assessment Tool 

  • Online member resources, including CORC Best Practice Framework summary, CODE database and a range of information guidance materials 

  • 1 place at each of our trainings - see our CORC annual training programme to see what is on offer

  • Monthly e-newsletter with updates, shared learning and research 

  • Places at regional and national shared learning events, including CORC Forum and Regional Seminars (1 place per event) 

  • Discounts for partner events, including annual Summer School - Leadership in child and youth mental health 

Associate members can also access the following at a subsidised rate:

  • Additional specialist/on-site support at our membership day-rate (£350 a day plus expenses) 

  • Facilitation in using the CORC Best Practice Framework and Self-Assessment Tool, including access to the CORC staff survey and support to develop an improvement plan based on your gaps and priorities (£700 + expenses) 

  • Accreditation Scheme (£695) 

  • Data analysis (costed together based on your needs/specification and our day rate) 

What should members expect to contribute to CORC?

  1. To provide nominated representatives who will be in a position to speak for their organisation at CORC meetings. Each CORC service/member grouping is asked to appoint at least three member representatives, preferably including one senior practitioner, one senior manager and one senior administrator. Their suggested role is to represent their service, to disseminate any CORC information to the appropriate members of staff, act as a finance contact and provide liaison between member organisations and CORC

  2. To share data (once collected) for central analysis

  3. To share ideas, experiences and developments with other members to help us learn from each other

  4. To pay annual membership subscriptions in order to fund the infrastructure to support the continuing collaboration

Members commit to:

  1. Focus on outcomes that are important for children and young people

  2. Use outcome data to directly inform clinical work

  3. Share learning with other members of the collaboration

  4. Share outcome data for central analysis on at least an annual basis

 

Join us

21 Nov 2019

CORC Members Forum November 2019

Sign up to the CORC Forum: Outcomes for All? Finding a common language for child and youth mental health, 21st November

The publication of a new national outcome metric for youth mental health is imminent. The implementation of Mental Health Support Teams is driving more outcome measurement in schools and colleges. The calls on mental health support are increasing and diversifying. Can our outcome measurement approaches answer this challenge?

We share young people’s responses to these developments, the latest position from NHS England, service innovation from our members, new CORC research, and learning from the international arena. Join our 2019 Forum to be inspired by advances in thinking and practice. Contribute to the debate, and to ensuring our evidence can support improved wellbeing for all children and young people.

#CORCForum2019

Associate Members can get 1 free ticket

Best Practice Framework

CORC members can request a copy of the Framework and bespoke implementation support free of charge or at a reduced rate depending on their level of membership.