Using Person Centred Practices, developing Outcomes and Using the Support Sequence   Train the Trainer Programme – UK

Outcomes and the Support Sequence Helen Sanderson Associates have over a decade of experience in supporting people to co-design and write clear and meaningful person centred outcomes. This included writing guidance for the Department of Health, and the Department of Education related to planning and delivering outcomes and person-centred change. Over the last four years we have been putting this into practice through Wellbeing Teams.

Who is this Programme for?

Practitioners, team leaders, managers based in the UK who work in health, education, social work, or social care. Participants will need to have opportunities to practise using the tools personally and/or professionally, to develop their experience and to build a portfolio of examples. (Whilst beneficial, experience of facilitating group training is not essential).

What participants will be able to do as a result of the programme?

This programme is designed to provide instruction, support, practice, observation, and feedback to those learning to facilitate workshops and train others. Participants will develop their understanding of how to use person centred practices, develop outcomes and use The Support Sequence. Participants will be able to train others in using these tools and approaches. .

Participants will learn how to deliver the course as either face to face or online training.

Outcomes and the Support Sequence (Just enough Support)


Accredited trainers receive a certificate of accreditation in the facilitation of training in Person Centred Practices. Accreditation is in the form of a quality standard; it is not a qualification or registration.

How HSA can deliver Outcomes and the Support Sequence (Just enough Support)

  • The programme is delivered via Zoom, Slack and Mural applications. It includes: attending the Person Centred Practices course (six sessions), followed by nine online instructional, interactive workshops.

    Each participant is then required to deliver the training online, co-facilitating the training in a pair under the mentoring of the facilitator from Helen Sanderson Associates. Pairs will remain the same throughout the programme.

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