Free Workshops on Tools and Best Practice When Designing Interventions

Are you involved in designing and delivering activities or programmes to create positive change in young people? If so, this opportunity might be for you!

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The University of Edinburgh are running free workshops to share tools and best practices when designing interventions. The workshops will detail the Six Steps to Quality Intervention Development (6SQuID) framework.The framework is a practical tool for use by practitioners, decision makers and researchers. By applying the framework, it provides a way to optimise your activities so that they have the best chance of success. It describes how best to approach a problem; mapping the pathways by which your activity or programme is expected to have its effects; effective action planning; testing and making refinements; in addition to evaluation.

The workshops are open to those working in the youth work sector. They are looking for participants to take part in two four hour workshops that will be held in central Edinburgh. There will also be opportunities to seek input on specific activities or programmes that you might be developing currently.

If you are interested, please contact Amy Calder.