We have full membership options for publicly funded organisations: £3,000 annually (+ VAT) and voluntary organisations: £1,500 annually (+ VAT). Membership of CORC is also open to international organisations.

Our full members benefit from: 

  • Free access to all CORC trainings - multiple places per organisation*

  • Places at regional and national shared learning events, including CORC Forum and Seminars*

  • Access to online resources through the CORC website and members area, including e-learning modulesonline training videos and resource library 

  • Access to the CORC Best Practice Framework and self-assessment tool

  • Access to CORC's four Badges of Recognition

  • Access to CORC Comparators for commonly used outcome measures, allowing you to compare your own organisation’s data with the change reported by children and young people in the CORC dataset for each measure

  • Receive direct support by phone and email from the CORC team, plus a named Regional Improvement Officer for your organisation, to address queries on routine outcome monitoring, evaluation, and evidence-led service improvement

  • Access to the CORC team to address the specific needs of your organisation - this can be discussed to ensure it is most relevant and beneficial to your organisation, but could include: advice about choosing, working with and understanding data from measures, or advice on analysing outcome data, and access to benchmarks for individual measures, based on the CORC dataset

  • Reporting or data analysis support tailored to the needs of your service, such as Impact Analysis (analysing and reporting on your anonymised data), which could include considering change on measures between time points and how meaningful these changes are, comparing service data with comparator data held by CORC, breakdowns by demographics characteristics, or expert advice, guidance and coaching to support you in analysing your own data in-house and opportunities to benchmark against the CORC dataset

  • Up to one day of on-site or virtual tailored support, drawing on CORC’s skills and expertise in research, informatics and practice teams in a wide range of areas associated with outcome-focused practice and using evidence. This could include team training; support with choosing and using outcome and feedback measures to strengthen practice and inform service development; improving data collection, collation and analysis; facilitated self-assessment, staff survey and improvement planning using the CORC Best Practice Framework; support on the interpretation, presentation or application of your data; facilitated discussions with funders, commissioners or partners around working with data in a meaningful way; a review of processes and systems; developing outcome frameworks

  • Participation in a learning collaboration, bringing you information about the latest academic advances, policy thinking and on the ground developments via CORC’s website, events and monthly e-newsletter, and providing opportunities to engage with peers to share and advance practice

  • Full members can also access other services at a reduced rate

*if required to keep numbers manageable, we may restrict numbers for some events

Join us

If you'd like to arrange a free 20-30 minute conversation with one of our friendly CORC Regional Improvement Officers to discuss your organisation’s needs and how we can help, please just get in touch: corc@annafreud.org.  No obligations, just an exploratory and informative opportunity to discuss. 

Research and Consultancy Service

I see our membership with CORC as a way to drive our service improvements and provide a better and more effective service for our young people and their families going forward.

Seán O’Brien (Outcomes Information Officer, Belfast Health and Social Care Trust)

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.

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