Building a Culture of Participation,Taunton 13/03/2008

Building a Culture of Participation

Participation Works will be delivering a Building a Culture of Participation course.

This course aims to equip individuals with basic theory and practical approaches to participation, to help them build a culture of participation.

Building a Culture of Participation explores how an organisation’s culture can be established to support children and young people’s active and meaningful participation across the organisation The course is supported by an in-depth research and handbook, which was originally created by the National Children’s Bureau and PK Research Consultancy for the DCSF. It is based on developing skills and knowledge in participation, involving self and organisational analysis as well as action planning. This course may lead on to gaining one to one advice and support from an approved Participation Works consultant.

Due to limited spaces on this course, places will be allocated on a first come first served basis. However, for Building a Culture of Participation and Ready Steady Change training courses over the next 6 months PWNE members have priority booking (2 reserved places on each course). There are limited places available for workers from the statutory sector. If all the statutory tickets have been sold contact our enquiry service to be added to the cancellation list.

For more information contact our Enquiries Service
T: 0845 603 6725

Please make sure you read the Participation Works Cancellation Policy before booking yourself on any of our events.

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