May 17, 2019 |
Data and collaboration are key elements in planning effective legal assistance services.
Victoria Legal Aid are running a workshop to share some of the data resources and collaborative planning approaches they’ve developed for the sector planning project to:
- update you on what we’re doing now to support evidence-based planning
- get your input on what’s working for you in service planning
- use in your own planning.
The workshop will be useful for community legal centre managers, policy and project staff, administration workers and anyone interested in finding out more about using data and client-centred approaches to plan effective legal services.
Friday 31 May, 10 am – 2 pm
Victoria Legal Aid, 570 Bourke St, Level 10, Rm 16, Melbourne
Friday 7 June, 11 am – 3 pm
Centre for Non-Violence, 96–98 Pall Mall, Bendigo
Register for the workshop
To register, and for more information, contact Olivia Backyew, Victoria Legal Aid's Sector Engagement and Service Design – email [email protected] or phone (03) 9280 3893.
1. Using legal needs data
An introduction to the Victorian legal needs data and analysis developed through the Sector Planning project. You’ll have a chance to experiment with the data available for your region or specialist focus.
2. Planning evidence-based legal services
What works in sector planning? Hear about the collaborative planning pilot from the CLCs and regional VLA offices involved. Find out about the service design tools and approaches that work for effective service planning and share your own success stories.
3. What’s next for sector planning?
An opportunity to find out about the new data tool we’re developing to provide a more user-friendly and dynamic data source for sector planning. We’re keen to get your insights on what you need, to make sure the resource is as useful and accessible as possible.