The journey to CORC accreditation - Bromley Y and YPAS share their experience!

The Child Outcomes Research Consortium (CORC) Best Practice Framework is a set of standards, tools and guidance for ensuring the highest quality use of outcome and feedback measurement in organisations supporting children and young people’s mental health. Best practice outcome and feedback measurement can help organisations to improve the support they offer and demonstrate the impact of their organisation.

By working with CORC, organisations can access the experience and learning of other services in our learning collaboration as well as insights from research, implementation science and behaviour change literature. Organisations that implement the Best Practice Framework do so in collaboration with CORC’s team of experts in outcome and feedback measurement.

The CORC team tailor their support to the needs of each organisation, helping them to apply best practice in the use of outcome and feedback measures. Organisations whose activities meet best practice standards can apply for formal recognition by CORC. Formal recognition, or accreditation, enables organisations to differentiate themselves from other providers and increases trust among key stakeholders such as staff, service users and commissioners. Find out more:

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