How to Use Creative Methods for Participation

Who the course is for:
Anyone currently involved in participation work with children and young people, who is interested in finding out more about how to use creative methods for participation.

Aim of the course:

This training course offers participants the opportunity to develop their knowledge and skills in using creative methods to ensure effective and active participation by children and young people.

Information about the course:

This new, innovative one-day training course is based on the popular resource ‘How to Use Creative Methods for Participation’. Creative methods offer a unique way to develop fun and inclusive engagement with children and young people and support their involvement in decision-making. Using creative methods can enable children and young people to share, explore and develop their ideas and to express them in memorable ways.

Learning outcomes:

By the end of course delegates will have:

  • An understanding of the rationale for using a creative approach
  • Be able to apply creative approaches to participative, decision making
  • Experienced practical exploration of video, music, art and photography activities
  • Shared best practice and developed personal action plans

Bespoke Training & Consultancy
If your needs are more specific we can adapt the exercises used in this established training course to meet your learning outcomes, and we can design it to fit within your organisations schedule of learning and development.
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How to guideHow to use creative methods for participation
This How to guide aims to provide help for organisations to get started using creative methods for participation.
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The course outline as a factsheet can be downloaded below

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Participation Works is a partnership of…
British Youth CouncilChildren's Rights Alliance for EnglandKIDSNational Council for Voluntary Youth ServicesNational Youth AgencyNCB