National Corporate Parenting Training Programme Evaluation

An evaluation of the impact of the National Corporate Parenting Training programme developed and delivered by Who Cares? Scotland.


1. At all training sessions, local officers have delivered a presentation on their own good practice. At training sessions prior to December 2011 no examples of national good practice were delivered.

2. CELCIS facilitates collaboration across partnerships to improve outcomes for looked after children through the provision of services to stakeholders at practice, operational and strategic levels.

3. The purpose of Fire Reach is to provide training and development opportunities for young people, principally through Fire & Rescue Service related activities. Young people will be encouraged to make the most of their physical and mental capabilities to enable them to become more responsible, safer and caring members of their communities.

4. The Improvement Service was set up in 2005 to help improve the efficiency, quality and accountability of local public services in Scotland by providing advice, consultancy and programme support to councils and their partners. One of its roles is to provide learning and development opportunities to Elected Members, senior management and officers.


Email: Alison Melville

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