Building your own capacity and capability to train Peer Support Workers

Since 2021 ImROC has offered a registration licence to individuals working in the NHS and voluntary services. Typically these organisations wish to invest and develop their own peer support training capability and capacity but with ongoing support of ImROC colleagues to maintain quality and support peer trainers and peer training development in the longer term.

The ImROC Licence Pilot

ImROC has piloted licensing work with 4 organisations to develop the national programme. Northampton Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust, Shine Lincolnshire, Viewpoint Hertfordshire and Leicestershire Partnerships NHS Trust have been early adopters of the national licence, working in partnership with ImROC to refine the offer.

What does the National ImROC Licence offer?

We provide a cost effective support package that enables organisations to deliver (with ImROC support) quality assured (1) peer support worker training and / or (2) introduction to peer support worker training.

This begins with training (and assessment) for trainers to learn and practice co-facilitating ImROC training within their own organisations. Train the trainer development supports organisations to develop organisational capacity to develop and train their own peer support workers and / or those wanting to explore peer support working.

Quality assurance from ImROC that supports the organisations registered trainers. Branded training materials adapted to reinforce the partnership between ImROC and your organisation.

For individual peer trainers, the confidence of having been trained by experienced peer trainers established in their field of expertise. Confidence in knowing that the support of ImROC is available to all registered colleagues.

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A National Community of Practice of Peer Trainers

Purchase of ImROC licence registrations enables the peer trainers of your organisation to be part of a nationwide Community of Practice, developing the scope of peer support working, learning from other organisations and allowing national networks to flourish.