The Modules - An Overview
Module OneYoung Inspectors – The Programme
Module one introduces adult support workers to the programme and highlights the lessonslearnt from the pilot project. It drills down to the trusted methods used to ensure both youngpeople and the organisation get the most out of this programme. This module is essentialin providing a thorough summary of what the programme is, why it works and whatresults the organisation and young people can expect to achieve.
Module Two Involving Young People
Module two answers the question, Why young people? It focuses on the true benefitsof this programme for young people and also why using a trained Young Inspector is morebeneficial than other methods of obtaining feedback. This module also advises on best practiceand standards in the recruitment and application process.
Module Three A Guide to Delivery for Workers
Module three is a guide to the delivery of the programme for support workers. The aim of thismodule is to produce a better understanding of the overall programme. It will coach supportworkers on how to support young people and agree roles, rights and responsibilities within their jobs as service inspectors. Training is tailor-made specifically for the group’s needs, with flexibleoptional extras dependant on time, and supplement exercises that can be taken away to focuson other areas at a later date.
Module Four Marketing and Media
Module four provides advice on how to develop an effective marketing and communicationsstrategy, which incorporates a media plan and will enable you to recruit Young Inspectors,identify possible services to be inspected, and make the programme attractive within yourorganisation and local area.
Module Five Assessing Services
Module five is an in depth step-by-step guide to assessing services. It covers everything fromwhat types of services young people should inspect, to how to carry out an inspection, what toreport and how to de-brief and follow up on your findings.