This course aims to give clinicians an understanding of the effectiveness and benefits of the recovery model with specific reference to theories surrounding co-production. Clinicians will learn how co-production can be used to best effect in delivering and facilitating courses. Common strategies and issues associated with co-production will be addressed, focusing on overcoming potential obstacles in planning and facilitation.

Learning outcomes

Students will:

  • Know the history and philosophy of the recovery model and how it influences co-production
  • Gain knowledge of the benefits of co-production for both clinician and Peer Trainer
  • Apply skills learned to plan and facilitate Recovery College courses effectively

Course structure

One half-day workshop

Aimed at

Trust staff and those who need a deeper understanding of co-production in practice.