Training & Events

CORC has over ten years’ experience in bringing together theoretical knowledge on outcome measurement and relating this to the insights and expertise developed by practitioners working with children and young people on the ground. We work with organisations that deliver a wide range of mental health and wellbeing services in diverse settings, including voluntary and statutory providers across the fields of health, youth services, education and social care. Our experienced trainers are engaged with the latest research and draw on real-world examples from CORC members and beyond to bring theory to life and ensure that participants gain practical, relevant knowledge to apply in their own working context.

Click here for an overview of our 2019 training and events programme 

  • CORC for you #2: How would young people measure things in mental health services?

    Following on from the interesting conversations we had at our first You Tube live chat with young people interested in our work, we will be having another one on the 24th April at 18:30 on our CORC YouTube Channel.

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  • Webinar: Choosing and using outcome measures

    Introduces questionnaire-based outcome and feedback measures in children and young people's mental health and wellbeing. By the end of the course participants will understand the rationale for using these kind of outcome measure and will feel informed and confident in choosing and using measures and…

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  • Webinar: Improving the use of measures in your organisation

    Participants will understand how to embed use of measures through local routines, processes and approaches and develop action plans to apply learning to their own organisational context. This course is split into 2 parts. The first part will take place on 9th July 2019 and the second part will take…

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  • Summer School: Leadership in Child and Youth Mental Health (5th - 8th Aug 2019)

    Are you a leader or aspiring leader in child and youth mental health settings? Looking to transform what you can offer young people and families?  On this course: Learn about THRIVE, the UK’s most widely used innovative framework for transforming child and youth mental health provision Hear abo…

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    Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families
    4-8 Rodney Street
    London
    N1 9JH

    Train station: King’s Cross / St Pancras
    Underground: King’s Cross / Angel
    Buses: 17, 45, 46, 63, 259

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