What people say
I used to panic in a room with lots of people. Now I can sit in a room and listen to what people say.
Organisations are listening more and putting people at the heartNIN Member
10 years ago I didn’t work, now I have been offered a job. I’m much more independent now. I never used to go out much, now I’m never in.NIN Member
The training (Champions for Change course) taught me to understand the process of trying to bring about change. We are using a format from the training to help us work on issues about local bus transport.
I had found my voice, then I lost it and its just beginning to come backNIN Member
I would like to sit at the top table and speak about how my life is changing.
For us (the Charter) has become a quality assurance standard and the people we support keep us informed if we are not doing things as we should. It has made a big difference to us.
I have managed to encourage and support a service user to go on a bus independently which has totally changed their life for the better. Most rewarding part of my career so far.
Chairing a meeting – building up my confidence meeting people, having a voiceNIN Member
People don’t think I could do the things I do and I have loved proving them wrongNIN Member
Posted on 29 January, 2013 | No CommentsThis report brings together the feedback from delegates who attended "The Future for Learning Organisations” event in November 2012, the purpose of which was to support and inform those involved in the learning and development of social care workers in Scottish social services.