Co-produce our Associate Roles with us! Session 2 (repeat session)

Co-produce our Associate Roles with us! Session 2 (repeat session)

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Our follow-up co-production session to think through how we want to approach formalising the 'associate' role at Co-Production Collective

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What is this all about?

Co-Production Collective is going from strength to strength, meaning that the team needs help to meet the demands of co-production. We are doing more and more projects in partnership with other organisations to support them to co-produce, and we need more hands on deck!

We are reaching out to our co-production community for that help. As usual we will be ‘co-producing the co-production’ by working together to develop a way of involving people in paid roles (currently known as associates) to help with co-production projects at the Co-Production Collective.

This is the second of 2 sessions, the first is on 13th June 10am-12noon and 15 June 10-12noon (repeat sessions). We've also added the new date for this second session as lots of people were keen to take part! The two sessions on 28th June and 30th June will cover the same ground so there is no need to sign up for both.

Read our blog to find out more about this work.

Who can get involved?

Anyone who would be interested in being an ‘associate’ working on projects with Co-Production Collective. These sessions are aimed at people who would be interested in leading or helping to run various projects. Being an associate therefore involves a different level of responsibility and commitment compared to coming in as a co-producer for one or more sessions to share your perspective and experiences. Examples of work associates may be doing for Co-Production Collective include:

  • Running/ helping facilitate workshops
  • Qualitative or quantitative research
  • Conducting interviews
  • Being the lead on a project (e.g. overseeing and organising activities within it)

Where are the sessions taking place?

Online via Zoom. We will send out joining details nearer the time.


If you would like to be paid for your time we can offer £75 for each session, £150 if you attend both sessions.


Please sign up through this Eventbrite event. Participants are limited to 30 people in each session, but we will set up a waiting list if more than 30 people would like to take part.

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