Making Action Learning Work

Making Action Learning Work!

Re-blogged from WCVA In addition to training and bespoke support the Communities First Support Service is offering an increasing number of people in the CF workforce the opportunity to learn from each other via our Outcome Learning Groups (OLGAs). These are based on the methodology of Action Learning. Here, Jane Lewes from The Learning Consultancy, Read more about Making Action Learning Work![…]

Hopes and Fears participatory methods, participants hopes and fears written on post-it notes and stuck onto a flipchart

Participatory methods and techniques, networks update

If you’re new to this blog, our regional participation networks are suitable for anyone working in the field of participation and citizen engagement and we run them three times a year in North Wales, South East Wales and South West Wales. Attendees come from a range of different organisations in the public and third sector Read more about Participatory methods and techniques, networks update[…]

May Regional Participation Networks: Co-production

Co-production seems to be the latest buzz word to be found in all sectors of public service and some would argue that is means different things to different people. In the participation networks that took place at the beginning of May, we explored what co-production means to people and tried to make sense of what Read more about May Regional Participation Networks: Co-production[…]

New methods, good practice and evaluation dice: Our May Participation Networks

This post was written by Dyfrig just before he left Participation Cymru. We always try and practice what we preach – that participation helps to delivered services that better meet people’s needs. February’s networks gave us a lot of scope to consider how to take our participation networks forwards. Participants told us they wanted the Read more about New methods, good practice and evaluation dice: Our May Participation Networks[…]

How children and young people are feeding in to the Citizen’s Panel for Social Services in Wales

The second round of meetings of the Citizen Panel for Social Services in Wales have now taken place. There are adult panels in the North, South East and South West Wales, and we’re also working with children and young people around Wales who are affected by the way that social services are delivered. The views Read more about How children and young people are feeding in to the Citizen’s Panel for Social Services in Wales[…]

Information sharing and feedback – our February / March Participation Networks

Our Participation Networks, which take place in North, South East and South West Wales, are practical sessions that take place to help public service organisations to examine different issues; use different methods to engage; to share good practice; and to network. This quarter’s networks have looked at information sharing and feedback. These themes are often Read more about Information sharing and feedback – our February / March Participation Networks[…]

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