Greater Manchester Centre for Voluntary Organisation

GM VCSE workshop - “An introduction to co-production”

“Commissioners, providers and residents working together will create better proposals and a quicker route to successful change …  co-design and co-production will underpin place based, whole system reform.” Commissioning for reform: Greater Manchester commissioning strategy 2018

Co-production is getting a lot of attention at the moment, but what does it actually mean? Far from being the latest buzzword, co-production underpins the principles of devolution and will be the basis for future commissioning in Greater Manchester.

Whatever your level of understanding or current level of your involvement in this area, join us on 9th August for an introduction to co-production from a VCSE, statutory and academic perspective and a workshop to explore how we can start to put these ideas into practice. The event will be followed by the opportunity to attend an optional Research Focus group which will aim to understand and share views about how best to design a study that can capture good practice in terms of service user value co-creation in VCSE organisations.  The focus group will last for 1 hour. 

Apologies but all places on the Workshop are now fully booked. 

Apologies but all places on the Research Focus group session  are now fully booked.  

Please note, as this event is likely to be very popular, only one delegate place can be offered to each VCSE organisation in order to ensure that as many organisations can attend as possible from across GM. Multiple registrations from the same organisation will be rejected. 

Directions and map to GMCVO

When
9th August, 2018 10:00 AM   through   12:00 PM
Location
GMCVO, St Thomas Centre,
Ardwick Green North,
Ardwick
Manchester, M12 6FZ
Contact
Phone: 0161 277 1016
Email:

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