Working in partnership for better outcomes training 1 February 2018
Date published: 11/01/2018
Date:1 February 2018
Location: Voluntary Action Merthyr Tydfil - VAMT (CF47 8UH)
Trainer: Siobhan Hayward
To enable participants to gain a greater understanding of what partnership working is and what makes it effective.
Partnership working is a common feature, which done well can have huge benefits for all parties involved.This course looks at how to make partnership working successful and covers a range of aspects including:
- looking at individuals’ roles within partnerships;
- being personally more effective;
- how to develop relationships within partnerships.
Participants will also look at the types and functions of partnerships, techniques for reviewing the purpose and processes of partnerships, ensuring that the partnership is structured in the most effective way and has appropriate objectives.
By the end of the course participants will be able to:
- review and revise the individual's role in partnerships so that they can decide to carry on, change what they are doing, or withdraw from a partnership;
- be personally more effective, working to strengths and improving weaknesses;
- ensure that the partnership is structured in the most effective way and has appropriate objectives;
- change or refocus the partnership effectively when needed.
This course is aimed at staff involved in partnerships and want to make them more effective.
The importance of working collaboratively has recently been highlighted in the Well-being for Future Generations (Wales) Act as a key tool to meeting well-being objectives and tackling some of the long-term challenges we are facing.
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