How does The Promise Scotland support organisations?
The Promise Scotland can talk to those who lead change
If you work in "the care system" and are leading change around the promise, you can get in touch to arrange an informal chat with a member of The Promise Scotland’s support team.
It builds service design skills through its Design School
You can sign up to the Promise Design School if you're:
- a person with experience of "the care system", or
- a worker from any organisation across it.
The Design School offers different ways to learn how to co-design services so they can be centred on the people who need them.
It provides tailored support to those who get Promise Partnership grants
The Promise Partnership funds projects across Scotland that work to #KeepThePromise in a specific way. Those funds come from The Scottish Government; not from The Promise Scotland.
But when a group or organisation gets funds from the Partnership, The Promise Scotland provides them with support.
And it supports people through Communities of Interest
The Promise Scotland runs communities of interest which bring groups of people together.
These groups may consist of:
- People in similar roles. For example, they might bring together representatives of different local authorities.
- People with a common interest. For example, they might bring together people whose work impacts a particular area of Plan 21-24.
Communities of Interest allow people to support and to challenge their peers. By doing this, they help drive the change demanded by the Independent Care Review.