The STRENCO Project has released two new competency tools, one for working in co-produced ways in mental health and the other for assessing competencies for activities related to Erasmus Programmes.
The competency tools have been developed with service users, family members, experts by experience, students and academics over the course of the STRENCO Project. Developed over a three year period in communities of practice in Belgium, Ireland, Finland, Greece and the UK, they are designed as tools for self-assessment or can be used to facilitate discussions between students and mentors regarding their acquisition of competency in the areas.
Each competency tool comes with a manual on the competencies, an assessment sheet and a a plot map to track progress over time. Click here to read more.