What do we do to help?

C4EO's timely and relevant Tailored 'Peer to Peer' Support delivered by Sector Specialists can help:

• Meet local needs
• Work with strategic managers and teams to drive improvement
• Challenge current practice in the light of the evidence base and best practice
• Gather and celebrate excellent local practice.

Examples include: Assistance with a local improvement plan; facilitation of a 'turning the curve exercise'; help to use evidence based audit tools.

Tailored 'Peer to Peer' Support Helps Authorities by enabling them to:

• Reflect on current practice and future need
• Clarify their ideas and approaches
• Plan to implement appropriate strategies
• Action agreed programme
• Improve outputs and outcomes.





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