What will the support look like?


Examples of support could be:

  • Spreading knowledge of what works for a theme (e.g. running a local workshop for Children's Trust staff based on the Centres reviews of the 'what works' knowledge).
  • Providing an external perspective to challenge local policy, processes and practice in the light of the knowledge base.
  • Assistance in translating C4EO outputs into an appropriate local improvement plan.
  • Working with key individuals who are leading local change to mentor, coach or support them.
  • Facilitating the use of performance improvement or change management approaches e.g. outcomes based accountability (OBA) methodology.
  • Facilitating local 'learning sets' to explore and apply the evidence base on a priority issue.

 

 

 

 

 

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