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Asking the questions that matter

 

 

Webinar aim

This webinar is being delivered in partnership with the Co-production Network for Wales and aims to:

  • Introduce the Co-production Network for Wales
  • Explain what we mean by co-production, collaboration and involvement
  • Explore how to monitor, evaluate, and evidence co-production
  • Discuss why evaluating co-production is important and who it's useful for
  • Find out where to look for resources and how to evaluate co-production

 

Learning Outcomes

By the end of the webinar participants will:

  • Have learnt about the Co-production Network for Wales and the free resources that are on offer
  • Understand what co-production is and isn't, and why evidence is key to a co-production practice
  • Understand what constitutes robust evidence and what's required to produce it
  • Have been introduced to useful evidence tools available on the Co-production Network Knowledge Base
  • Have heard from others about the way they produce and use evidence, and the challenges they face

 

Who the session is for

Staff from public and third sector organisations who would like to learn more about co-production and evidence. It will help if you have an interest in co-production or at least social change programmes. You don't need to have a background in research or evidence, just an interest in how you can use it in your work.

 

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WCVA

WCVA

Fel aelod bydd gennych fynediad at ystod eang o adnoddau a chymorth. Rydym hefyd yn hoff o gynnwys ein haelodau cyn i ni wneud penderfyniadau o bwys sy’n effeithio ar y trydydd sector.

WCVA is the national membership organisation for the third sector in Wales. Our vision is for the third sector and volunteering to thrive and improve well-being for all. We aim to achieve this by influencing, connecting and enabling.

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