Venue: Online (access information will be sent to ticket holders prior to the event)
Date: Wednesday 23rd November 2022 10:00am – 1:00pm
Price: £25 (Small number of allocation available for unwaged individuals) – See below*
Co-production is a way of working together, where the people who are affected by the decisions have a say in making those decisions. It values the lived experience of communities and looks to share power and responsibility in order to achieve a better outcome. Co-production has become something of a buzz word recently, but there are better (and worse) ways of ‘doing’ co-production. When it is done well, it not only achieves better results also boosts the wellbeing of those involved. At Boingboing we have been working co-productively for a number of years on a range of projects and have learnt many valuable lessons along the way. In this training we will share this learning. So whether you’re new to co-production, or are looking for a different perspective on your co-productive practice, this session is for you.
By the end of the workshop you will:
• have a better understanding of the benefits of co-production
• understand the principles of co-production
• know what good (and bad!) co-production looks like
• have some tips and techniques to get you started and have a successful co-production experience
Who should attend?
This half day session is aimed at anyone who is engaging with, or is planning to engage with, community members in co-productive practice. It is for policy makers, researchers, service providers, town planners, product designers, and so on.
What will it cover?
• Definitions of co-production
• Examples of co-production
• The challenges of co-production and solutions
• Putting co-production into practice
• 10:00 am – 11:30am: Online training session
• 11:30am – 11:45am: Break
• 11:45am – 1:00pm: Online training session
To book your place
To book and pay online using a debit/credit card, please click through to the appropriate booking page. If you would like an invoice to be raised to your organisation for the training fee, please email us.
£25. Limited spaces, please book early. *We have a small number of free places available for unwaged people. Please email us explaining why you would like to attend the course and explaining your circumstances. Limited spaces so please book early.
The forum will be held online on Zoom. Please arrive in the online platform 10 minutes prior to the start time. An email with joining instructions will be sent out the day before the event.
We have reluctantly decided to use Zoom for our training, despite some concerns about their policies and practice, because we want to prioritise digital inclusivity. Please read here for a full explanation. If you would like to minimise exposure, use Zoom through your browser rather than the app, although this will affect your ability to interact with the session. Please be aware that Zoom are able to access what you post in chats.