An introduction to improving practice by using outcome and feedback measures with Children and Young People
Join us for our 1 hour online training webinar led by Lee Atkins. This session is ideal for those that are new to using outcome measures in their practice. Ideal as part of induction of new staff joining your service, or as a refresher for those with more experience.
The focus is on principles and practice so this could be relevant to staff working in a range of settings in statutory services, voluntary and community organisations or education settings – anywhere where children and young people may be receiving support with their mental health and wellbeing.
The content of this webinar includes the following:-
- Understand what measures are, why to use them and the different uses
- Differentiate between outcome and feedback measures, and understand the role of both
- Develop awareness of the range of outcome measures, and when they could be suitable
- Consider views of young people on use of outcome measures and implications for practice
To sign up for a place for you, and your colleagues, please contact: email@example.com
Attendance at this online CORC training event is a benefit of CORC membership so joining is free for staff at CORC member organisations (maximum of ten places per setting for full members and one place per setting for associate members) but you do need to register by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org
If your organisation is not a member, the cost to attend this online training session is £25 per person. To book your place, please click the link below. Alternatively, if you are interested in joining CORC, details of membership are available here.
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As Regional Officer for the Midlands and South West, Lee seeks to support organisations and services to develop their evidence based and outcome focused approach for service improvement. Lee developed his passion for this work supporting the mental health and well-being of children and young people over 12 years across voluntary and statutory sectors. This experience gave him a keen understanding of the needs of children, young people and their families (CYPF) and a commitment to putting them at the centre of all support for them. Lee is excited by the variety and diversity of work that takes place for CYPF and seeks to better understand, to demonstrate and to improve the effectiveness of this support.