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Cobham Workshop 4 Commissioning And Market Making Sarah Hargreaves

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From the NYA Aiming High for Young People events: http://aiminghigh.practicalparticipation.co.uk

From the NYA Aiming High for Young People events: http://aiminghigh.practicalparticipation.co.uk

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  • 1. Aiming High for Young People: A Ten Year Strategy for Positive Activities Workshop 4 Sharing, learning and developing action Commissioning and Market Making
  • 2. Overview
    • Vision of activities and barriers to access indicate what might be financed through youth budgets
    • Increasing young people’s control over spending means preparing and enabling them as planners, commissioners and deliverers
    • Centrality of third sector means changes for local authorities and voluntary sector organisations
  • 3. The role of the third sector
    • Strengths of third sector
    • Capacity building and market making – VCS Engage and £515m programme in Review of the Third Sector
    • Support young people to provide activities for others
    • Support marginalised young people to influence services
    • Involvement in design and delivery
  • 4. Role of the local authority
    • Emphasis on driving up quality
    • Effective co-ordination
    • Commissioning across range of providers
    • Investment in expanded capacity of third sector
    • Pooled budgets – integrating, provision with YOTs and PCTs
    • Developing the workforce to employ best practice