Introduction to outcome measures
Join us for our 90 minute online training webinar led by Rachael Grant, Regional Officer.
This session is ideal for those that are new to using outcome measures in their practice, as part of the induction process for 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.
Aims of this training:
To introduce measures and develop an understanding of what they are and the roles of different measures. Participants will look at the principles and consider how they can be used.
- Develop an understanding of what outcome and feedback measures are and why they are beneficial to them, young people and the service.
- Understand key principles of using measurement tools.
- Develop an awareness of the range of measures and when they could be suitable.
- Consider the views of children and young people on the use of measures and their implications.
- Know how to access further guidance and support.
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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As Regional Improvement Officer, Rachael seeks to support organisations and services to develop their outcomes and evidence focused approach for service improvement in children’s mental health. Before CORC, Rachael worked as a teacher and a Head of Year in secondary schools. Throughout this work, she saw the importance of effective mental health and wellbeing support and worked to remove barriers to access for young people and their families. Rachael is excited to be working with organisations across the North West to deliver service improvements for children and young people.