A new year of CORC membership benefits

The new membership year is just around the corner, and it seems timely to share the different membership options and benefits that CORC provides, and to reflect on how these have been used by members.
In the last twelve months, various elements of membership have been accessed by different member organisations to suit their needs and priorities. As a few examples: 

  • East Lancashire Child and Adolescent Services (ELCAS) used their membership to work with CORC to provide external analysis of their data and to explore staff knowledge and experience of using outcome and experience measures using the CORC Staff Practice and Attitudes Survey 
  • Avon and Wiltshire Mental Health Partnership Trust used their membership to support their journey to integrate and standardise good practice of Routine Outcome Measurement across all of their CAMHS and pathways.
  • SWEDA, an eating disorder service, embarked on the process of determining, measuring, and reporting outcomes to show how they were performing

These benefits have often been supplemented with others, including booking free places at our online training webinars and our annual Forum; registering for the members area of the CORC website (which has enjoyed a refresh and update in recent months); and accessing the CORC Best Practice Framework and Badges of Recognition.
It’s been great to welcome so many new member organisations recently, including Kids Matter, Gloucestershire Health and Care NHS Foundation Trust, Advantage Mentoring, Barnardos, In Your Corner, Jami, Erica Foundation and Thrive. We’ll be working with each of these organisations to better understand their areas of focus and make sure that their membership is accessed and delivered effectively.

We are also pleased to announce that on renewal or joining, organisations will now receive a ‘membership badge’ that can be used to evidence their membership of CORC and demonstrate their commitment to supporting the mental health and wellbeing of children and young people and our evidence led improvement.

If your organisation isn’t a CORC member and membership is something you would like to find out more about, further information about full and associate membership is available on our website.

We can also arrange a free 20 to 30 minute chat with Rachael or Lee, CORC’s Regional Improvement Officers, to discuss your organisation’s needs and explore how membership might help.


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