guide-running-successful-accessible-workshops-training.doc...

This preview shows page 1 - 5 out of 58 pages.

Making a Change: A guide torunning successful andaccessible workshops andtraining2008Written by Michael Glynn, Catherine Bewley, FranBranfield, Michael Turner and Peter Beresford, JabeerButt, Suzy Croft, Kiran Dattani Pitt, Jennie Fleming,Ronny Flynn, Charles Patmore, Karen Postle.
ContentsAcknowledgementsSummaryIntroduction-Introduction-Background to the Standards We Expect ProjectDeveloping a Programme1) The need for training2 )Aims and objectives3) The trainers4) Paying the trainers5) Working out a programme for the trainingAccess and Arrangements6) Time7) Telling people about the training8) Finding out what people need to take part9) Where to hold the training10) Equipment11) Food and drinks12) Introductions13) Handouts14) Language15) Ground rules and supporters16) Travel17) What the trainer needs to take part18) Help after the training19) Being flexibleEvaluation and monitoring20) Finding out what people think about the trainingResults of evaluationTrainers’ feedback formsPractitioners and managersConclusions
Appendices-Summary of Top Tips & Checklists-Brief Facts About the ‘Making A Change’ Programme-Training Brief for Trainers-Invitation to Trainer’s Meeting-Programme of Trainer’s Meeting-Contract Letter for Trainers-Example of Workshop Programme-Flyer for Making a Change Workshop-Access Checklist-Access Form for Project’s Second Get Together-Suggested Ground Rules for Meetings-Shaping Our Lives Protocol for Personal Assistants-Adult Protection Guidance for Trainers-Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form-Evaluation Form-Follow-up Evaluation QuestionsAcknowledgementsWe would like to thank all the service users who came to our workshops.Youhelped us find out what we did well, and what we could have done better!Thank you to all the trainers who took part in the workshops.Thanks to all our colleagues at the services who took part in our project.Thankyou for your help in setting up the workshops.
SummaryThis is a summary of ‘Making a Change: a guide to running successful andaccessible workshops and training’.It shows the most important parts of theguide in a short, clear way.Our project set up training for a lot of service users.We wanted everyone to beable to take part.We looked for a guide telling us how to plan the training.Wecould not find one.So we decided to write our own guide.The summary is a quick and easy way to use the guide when you are planningtraining.You can find out more by reading the full guide.Each part has a ‘Checklist’.This has questions we think you should ask whenyou are planning training1) The Need for TrainingTOP TIP: The idea for training can come fromdifferent places.It is important to be clear whatthe need for training is.

Upload your study docs or become a

Course Hero member to access this document

Upload your study docs or become a

Course Hero member to access this document

End of preview. Want to read all 58 pages?

Upload your study docs or become a

Course Hero member to access this document

Term
Summer
Professor
N/A
Tags
Want

  • Left Quote Icon

    Student Picture

  • Left Quote Icon

    Student Picture

  • Left Quote Icon

    Student Picture