Co-Production for Public Engagement and Consultation
A one-day course that aims to provide a definition of co-production within the context of consultation and engagement and explore its broad principles. We will also look at practical applications of a range of methods.
What topics will you cover?
The course is broken into two main sections:
- Context and theory covering:
- The principles of co-production in the context of consultation and engagement
- The areas in which coproduction is most appropriately applied in the change management timeline
- The requirements for changed relations in adopting coproduction solutions
- Asset based methods in consultation and engagement
- Differentiating co-design and co-production
- The practice of co-production in the context of consultation and engagement
- An introduction to a range of methods that can support co-production
- Exploration of practical examples of the application of the techniques in developing a co-productive environment
What will you achieve? An understanding of….
… the key elements required to build a co-productive environment
… the shift towards shared power and decision making
… the key ways in which working together in a co-productive environment can help avoid some of the most obvious pitfalls in consultation
… practical application of engagement techniques to build social capital and deliver improved outcomes
… the importance of measurement of outcomes from co-production
Who is this course for?
The course is aimed as an introduction to the outline principles of co-production to enable practitioners to begin their journey towards effective co-production in an environment of shared power and decision-making.
Andy Wright | Senior Associate
• Community Engagement, including co-production/co-design
• Asset-based community development
• Consultation planning and delivery
• Continuous engagement