Pass it on Planning is an innovative leadership course enabling
whole communities to benefit from good person-centred planning.
The course will bring people with support or healthcare needs,
family carers and practitioners together to learn how to plan in
person-centred ways, not only for themselves but for the benefits
of others. A key aim of the course is to equip participants with
the skills, tools, knowledge and confidence in order to provide
peer-to-peer planning with other members of their communities.
In Control's leadership programmes give families and
practitioners the latest cutting-edge information and build a
network of well-informed and well-connected people who can truly
work in partnership with local authorities and other organisations
to effect positive change.
Participants on our programmes report that their experience has
been "truly life changing", helping them to get
employment, gain and use personal budgets in innovative ways,
employ their own staff, ensure they are fully included in
'mainstream' society and make a valued contribution.
Our family leadership courses help people to develop ideas,
opportunities and tools which leave a lasting
What's on offer?
Pass it on Planning is a course consisting of five days which
can take place consecutively or over a number of months.
The course will cover:
- The history of the disabled people's movement, changing
perceptions and why things are the way they are.
- Getting the right support, positive inspiration and real life
examples from people who have created solutions to get the lives
- Planning and working in a person-centred way, an introduction
to practices and techniques.
- Building circles of support, how to set up solution circles
centred around the individual.
- Live planning, learning in action and an opportunity to
practice some of the skills learnt and construct real plans for
Course outcomes include:
- Enabling people to plan better futures by providing
participants with the right skills, knowledge and confidence to
ensure they have greater choice, flexibility and control over their
support, healthcare or wellbeing needs.
- An investment in peer support by establishing a local network
of 'Planning Champions' who will be able to pass on their skills
for the benefit of others within their own communities.
- A culture shift by bringing individuals and a variety of
practitioners together to work in a positive, co-productive
- Inspired and motivated participants, committed to supporting
others to live the lives they choose.
Courses are tailored to the needs of each locality. As a guide,
a typical course would cost in the region of £7,000 excluding
VAT and venue costs.
Find out more
This programme is bespoke, tailored to the needs of each
locality. Please contact us on 0121 474 5900 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss
Please also visit Partners in Policymaking for
more information about our range of family leadership courses
operating under Partners in Policymaking.
What else is on offer?
For more information about our other support programmes and
services, visit What