Engaging young people in routine outcome monitoring
Join us for our 90 minute online training webinar - led by Hannah Brunskill, our Engagement and Participation Officer - where she will introduce participants to what young people think about routine outcome measures, a right’s-based model in participation and how to feedback, on the feedback.
Youth participation is a high priority for mental health services and services are increasingly working to embed youth voice throughout practice. We believe youth participation should be adopted within services using evidence-based frameworks and guidance, but we understand the many possible challenges that can come with this.
It is suitable for anyone working to support and improve children’s mental heath and wellbeing, including (but not limited to) mental health practitioners and service providers working with young people in statutory services or in community organisations.
In this training session, we will introduce participants to what young people think about routine outcome measures, a right’s-based model in participation and how to feedback, on the feedback.
Aims of this Training:
To explore how young people can be meaningfully involved in the processes and practices of routine outcome measurement. Participants will consider how to ensure young people’s voice is given due weight and hear practical suggestions for improving participation in their service.
- How to implement participation with young people around your service’s processes, with routine outcome monitoring
- What young people think about the use of outcome monitoring
- How to consider participation within a rights-based model
- How to share data with young people
- How to feedback on the feedback
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). Before using the link, CORC members can obtain their discount code 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.
If you have any questions regarding this seminar, please contact us at email@example.com
If you are interested in joining CORC, details of membership are available here.
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Engagement and Participation Officer
As Engagement and Participation Officer, Hannah supports CORC projects to strengthen their approaches to youth involvement, by developing new relationships, processes, and initiatives. Hannah is continuing to build the CORC youth network, ensuring effective dissemination to our young person audience. Hannah ensures young people’s views are reflected in all of CORC’s work and will be taking forward youth-centred projects. Hannah’s experience over the last 12 years has included delivering and designing a range of interventions with young people and families, often leading on group projects for Children in Need. Hannah has an extensive background in running group work and delivering direct support sessions with young people who go through adverse life experiences resulting in low self-esteem, confidence, low mood, and anxiety. After completing a master’s in graphic design, Hannah chose to use her skills in setting up a resource for young people aged 8-25, focusing on creating resources around the teenage brain and how to manage in everyday life. Hannah is passionate and excited to be working with the CORC team on youth engagement, Hannah is keen to draw on all her experience of engaging younger audiences ensuring we build a stronger approach to involving young people and embedding participation throughout CORC initiatives.